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Definition of Eye In The Sky

Definition of Eye In The Sky

The overhead cameras in land-based casinos that are used to monitor the tables and players. 

Example of Eye In The Sky

Land-based casinos use Eye In The Sky surveillance cameras to monitor suspicious activity such as card counting, which is popular in roulette and blackjack.

History of Eye In The Sky

The original Eye In The Sky was a ceiling-mounted one-way mirror through which casino surveillance teams could view the floor below to identify suspicious customers or dishonest employees. These days, sophisticated closed-circuit surveillance cameras cover every area of the casino, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.



Definition of Eye In The Sky



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