Published on 9 February 2013 by Casino Admin
Last year a scientist published a paper about the difference in casino gaming behavior between men and women. Apparently the guy visited for about a year a couple of Europe’s biggest land based casinos, and closely observed both male and female casino players, resulting, after thorough analyzing of his data, in some remarkable outcomes. Bottom line: next time you visit a (Netent) casino, better go with a lady, ‘cause you’ll probably have twice the fun (and some pocket money left).
Nowadays it shouldn’t be an issue anymore: women love casino gaming as much as men do. Still the investigation of the zealous researcher showed there are significant differences in how men and women casino visitors behave while gaming and enjoying their casino night out.
For starters he discovered women are better and smarter casino players than men are. Come again? According to the scientist his data clearly shows women are more inclined to stop playing after having spent a certain amount of money and therefore won’t end up completely broke at the end of the night.
Furthermore, probably because they normally still have some spare change left, women seem to spend more in the casino lounge bar on drinks and snacks for themselves and their accompanying friends than men do.
A last remarkable finding was that women in a casino suddenly don’t seem to care that much about money anymore, because apparently their attitude towards their losses is that it’s “just a game” and therefore “part of it”.
We at netentcasino.com really love scientific publications like the above. It helps us giving a certain direction to our chaotic lives and create order where there once was complete and utter anarchy.
Because next time when we visit either a land based or an online Netent Casino we make sure to bring our wives, let her play our favorite Netent casino games, let her win with our money (or loose it, but hey… who cares?). We let her get us drunk at the casino bar, drive us home safely and maybe afterwards, in the intimacy of our love-nest, we still can get lucky (or again!). Viva la ciencia!