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What’s the Future of Casino Games and Gambling? [Podcast]






Casinos and gambling games were changing before the global pandemic known as COVID. Now, the entire gambling sector is forced to hit the reset button. Will casino-resorts come back like before? What about the thousands of casino workers, including dealers — should they look for other jobs and work on developing alternative skills? What games will gamblers be playing 5, 10, and 20 years from now? Those are just a few of the questions addressed and answered in this in-depth (1-hour, 45-min.) discussion on all aspects of casino and gambling culture.


0:04 – Intro
2:33 – Should casino employees be looking for new jobs?
10:53 – Locals casinos vs tourist casinos, who will fare better?
15:07 – Will Las Vegas ever truly recover from COVID?
26:48 – Does blackjack have a future?
36:04 – What is the future of craps?
40:37 – Is the “new” Las Vegas sustainable?
47:15 – The future of roulette and digitized table games
52:32 – Balancing experienced casino people vs well-educated bean counters
58:10 – Baccarat and “carnival” table games
1:07:09 – Slot machines and video poker.(Note: The correct title of the book mentioned is “What Stays in Vegas” written by Adam Tanner) 1:11:40 – The future of poker, both live and online
1:18:25 – Horse racing and sports betting
1:33:10 – What does the next generation of gamblers want
1:41:36 – Final thoughts
Matt Lessinger and Nolan Dalla are the participants in this latest unscripted episode of “An Intelligent Conversation.”
Recorded 10 October 2020



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