My friends and I are planning to go on a casino night-out.
We are generally ok with gambling; we have no gambling addictions and we just have fun when we win and, why not, slightly make fun of ourselves when we lose.
We are Italian, and since casinos, except for one in Venice, are kind of illegal, we go to Swiss ones, which are basically acceptable and give us no problems.
I personally went to a casino before, and I must say that the habits of the customers are very different: some of them just play for fun, some of them play with friends and some of them are basically addicted to gaming.
The kind of customer that leaves me speechless is the one who blames the game on others and who basically thinks that "God" or any other higher power is against him. Although this type is very rude and annoying, I don't see the bodyguard doing anything. To be clear... this was not a single person but 5 or 6 who behaved like this.
The last time I went to the casino it was only me, so it was easy to let them do their show and ignore them, but some of my friends are not so "polite" when they lose or someone blames them for what they do.
So, how to avoid these kinds of players? How to make it clear to the casino that we are not the problem (if some incident arises), but their lack of bodyguard efficiency?