Paul O'Gara, an a lawyer specializing in Atlantic City gambling issues, said it will be difficult for Taveras to prove the casinos knew she had a problem but ignored it.
"How are you supposed to know whether this was a woman who was just having a good time, or had money and was just lonely, as opposed to someone who couldn't control themselves?" he said.
Yeah, doesn't everybody eat candy and oj for 4 or 5 days straight, pass out at the table and lose hundreds of thousands of dollars just to have a good time!? Sounds like a blast. O'Gara must be a real doozie. I'm guessing some of the local ambulances have his teeth marks in their bumpers.