This is a work in progress:
1) Concerning development, especially on the Strip, post 2007: Whatever happens, nothing happens (Shamelessly taken from Asimov's Laws of Hollywood).
2) Sucker bets were not devised by suckers.
3) The time you spend in line to get cheaper show tickets is directly proportional to the square of the money saved (at least).
4) You ommit tipping the dealer at your own risk (especially in craps).
5) Ignore the Wizard's Commandments at your own peril
6) Buildings and/or landmarks in Vegas do NOT get farther away the more you walk towards them, but it sure seems that way. Even so, your journey won't be shorter if you walk backwards.
7) The best way to enjoy a Vegas buffet is to lower your expectations (The IP exception: no lowering of expectations will work for the Emperor's Buffet; it needs to improve considerably before it can be classified as "bad").
8) There's a reason why slot machines are called one-armed bandits (of course since most don't have levers anymore, the reason no longer is obvious. But calling them plain "bandits" is insipid and uninspired). This reason does not necessarily apply to VP machines with good paytables.
9) Pay attention at all times while gambling. It's better to prevent a controversy than to win one.
10) Sucker bets were not devised by suckers (It won't hurt to repeat it, and I was one law short).
Bonus Law: "System" is not equivalent to "Strategy."
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