If you are planning on robbing a casino, let me give you a bit of advice: Do not do it. I am sure it has crossed many a desperate mind to devise some plan of relieving casinos of their revenue in some way or another. Whether your plan is to try and stick up the cashier’s box, knock over a few slot machines, or even robbing a patron after they have left, your best bet is to not go forward with the plan. Casino security has been revised and fine tune over the last couple of decades to a very formidable task. I mean the whole purpose of creating the Ocean’s 11 movie series, other than getting a bunch of cool A-List actors in the same movie, was to show a group of people achieving an impossible task.
Casino security is more sophisticated than the average criminal and I have read article after article of grand schemes being thwarted left and right. Even slot machines are the classic games that only took a string attached to a coin in order to gain the upper hand. However, the key to top casino security is the all seeing and unblinking eye of the surveillance camera. Most of the time when an article comes out about a casino that has been robbed it comes with very close and detailed photographs of the perpetrator. There is very little that a patron or criminal can do to hide from the several cameras laid out across a casino gaming floor.