Ok, we all know that casino gambling is a losing game in the long run (unless you play games like poker against other players and the casino rakes in 5% or so off the top). We also all know that you shouldn't gamble with money you can't afford to lose, so you might as well treat your initial bankroll as entertainment expense.
So if you're comfortable realizing you'll probably lose your money, what casino games do you play to get the most fun for your entertainment dollar?
Slots? Video Poker? Blackjack? Craps?
Do you play minimum bets so you last longer or big bets for the bigger thrill?
Has anyone compared the odds for various games against how fast they move? (e.g. Roulette: 5% house advantage with one spin every 43 seconds.)
Here's a trick question:
Playing odds in craps lowers the total house advantage, but does it lower the advantage enough to make your money last longer?
Obviously there are no right or wrong answers -- just opinions.