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by | 21st, February 2017

Casinos revisited

Technology has brought about massive change for all forms of business, with the casino industry being absolutely no exception to this rule. An increasingly globalised world and the concomitant rise of the internet has ensured that it is possible for anyone to play their favourite table or slot games from their own homes, using an online casino, whereas before the top casinos were only really accessible for the wealthier and more privileged areas of society. This article will take a look back at the casinos of an earlier era, focusing on the 1950s.

As attending a casino back in this decade was nowhere near being the regular, mainstream activity that it is today, both men and women used to dress a lot more stylishly to do so. The television series Magic City focuses on a casino the Miramar Playar during this decade and shows how everyone within the casino environment was dressed sharply during this period. While men would generally wear either sharp suits or evening dress to the casino, women would dress in glamorous , figure hugging dresses, furs and jewellery. This was because it was a period when the Strip in Las Vegas was expanding, and becoming more widely known thanks to entertainers like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, but was still very much the centrepiece of gambling in the US and a special event for those who got to participate in it. Dealers would typically wear shirts and ties during this period as well, although images suggest that they would sometimes roll up their shirtsleeves. Everything about casinos and gambling during the 1950s suggested glamour, from the luxurious décor

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