Pros: flexible scheduling, breaks every hour, collect tips, and great work environment and food
Cons: off schedule hours that are far from a normal lifestyle
Going into work and swiping yourself in, looking to where you were on the schedule and working what table game rotation given, listened to pre shift meetings, dealing to customers and when not dealing sorting cards/standing and inviting guests, every hour received a 15min break, and at end of night swiped out
Learned to deal cards and many table games – more... along with learning about many peoples lives and cultures
Management would always follow up on all games being dealt and making sure proper procedure was followed along with counting of chips and cash exchanges for chips were watched closely
Co-workers are very friendly and you mostly worked alone unless on roulette or craps. It was like one big happy family and we planned many events outside of work with employees.
Hardest part of the job would be having to deal with angered/drunk guests and upset customers that lost lots of money
Most enjoyable part of the job was if I was in poker you are your own boss and the table you deal on is your entire control along with meeting new people and learning different cultures/backgrounds. – less