After reading through many threads in this forum, I think the question about the history and the historic influences of (Cuban) Salsa, Son and Casino has been debated numerous times. As far as I could see, people here do not really make a difference between Cuban Salsa and Casino. This stands in stark contrast to what I recently discovered on this blog, Son Y Casino, in which the author argues Cuban Salsa and Casino were two very different things. I quote: The first two points I could agree with, where I could not follow his argument was the last one. What are people's opinions here? If you agree, I would love to know what makes each style unique when being danced? Not by a historic point of view, but by comparing the two styles on the dance floor, preferably with videos, getting to the nuts and bolts of body movement, circular motion, etc.