It is not just gambling/casino, IMO. It is many things in life, many, countless.
I have posted pictures and a few stories about my business I am currently in, the hazardous material clean up emergency response business that is. You know, i read your post(s), I think back and I compare, and compare, and compare, and compare.
I deal with state police officers, county sheriff's, sometimes city police officers, private business owners of properties where a truck spilled something at, etc., etc. The higher the person's apparent intelligence, education, standing, etc., and all that--generally the more of a challenge I have when I first roll up on the scene.
Now, the state, the department of transportation, the fire departments, etc., do not clean up hazardous, toxic or spilled property from trucks and trains, they might mitigate a bit or more often than not, just stand by and offer defense and protection in case of fire and/or disaster. Okay with that said, like I said, more often than not, the higher the education and intelligence level of a person at the site, the tougher my job becomes.
I simply love it when it goes the way it is supposed to go, "Okay Glen is here, you need anything Glen?, if not you got the scene and I am out of here, thanks bye". It always comes to that anyway, seriously, but it is the drama and the chest pumps and the crotch grabbing that is so damn ugly and so common, more and more so these days than ever before.
Can you relate all that to the casino and to the new versus the experienced players? As well, to the forum members?
I certainly can!