louy wrote:I am currently considering applying for PR here in Singapore. But this $100 casino tax is slightly off putting.
Just have to make sure I go to the casino as many times as possible whilst I still can.
Consider: One does not create an expensive casino, full of bright lights, beautiful people, and casino equipment for free. Someone pays... and that someone is a gambler.
Analyze any casino game... the odds are stacked in favor of the house... by about six percent on average.
So... you might get lucky and win... but the reality is that in the long term you must lose... it's the odds.
Thus, the $100 only adds a slight kick to the pain you will feel... or to look at it as an optimist... the money I lose is for entertainment value... just like I spend money for all other sorts of entertainment.
Anyone approaching a casino with the idea of coming out with more money is a fool.
Luck may allow you to prevail but odds are against it.