Victor H. Royer was born in 1936 in Philadelphia, PA. He got interested in gambling quite late. In 1984 he was a writer in Hollywood. Once returning from New York from a business trip he decided to visit Las Vegas and that's where it all began. At that time he knew almost nothing about gambling industry, casinos and casino games.

Las Vegas

When he got back home he wrote a story about his gambling experience and gave it a title Poker People. Looking for a publisher, Royer sent it to The Player magazine and in few weeks he received a letter with notification that his story would be published. But this wasn't the end and he continued to write articles for The Player.

In the beginning of 1990's he was offered a position of a consultant in the casinos, gaming resort operators and gaming machine manufacturers. He held on to this position for more than a decade being useful not only to the casinos but to the gamblers as well.

Victor Royer continued to write gambling articles for many magazines like includingCasino Executive, Midwest Gaming and Travel, Card Player,Casino Journal, Casino, Nevada Casino Journal, The Player, and Las Vegas magazine.

Royer claims to have visited every casino in the United States and on this basis he created numerous profiles of the casino games and land-based casinos.

The Writer

At the end of 1990 he decided to focus on writing. His first book was published in 1994 and won favour among a wide range of gamblers. His agents found a publisher and all of his 13 books were published. His works are considered to be among the best in the field of gambling. The review of his book Powerful Profits From Slots which has sold more than 60,000 copies and is now available at our site.

Interesting fact: Victor Royer had a nickname Vegas Vic and he was named so after the the famous Neon Cowboy, in Downtown Las Vegas.