Las Vegas "Whales"
While the "whales" number just a few hundreds in the world, the amounts
they can afford to lose are purely impressive; that is why hoteliers pay
specially trained staff for "whales hunting". The Asians form a big part
of this exclusivist market, about 80 %. The bottom line is to keep them
coming in, at the same rate, after nine eleven.
Unfortunately, Las Vegas seems to be experiencing a decrease in whale
strands these days. One reason, that all hoteliers agree about, is they
don't get as much privacy in Las Vegas casinos as they would normally get
in other gaming destinations of the world. While hotel owners in Las Vegas
await their VIP saloons approved, the "whales" gamble in Macau, Monaco or
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