Fastest way to blow cash away
Speaking of the fastest way to blow cash away, I can come up with 2 kinds of jerks who may blow their farms away in a hurry.
1) Highrollers with no ideas what to do on bj tables. Leonard Tose is a good example. He managed to blow away $40,000,000 on bj tables of Resorts & Sands.
2) LV jerky casinos which backroomed & roughed up APs. The Courts has ordered them to pay big bucks to some victimized APs. By the way, DD': wrote "Yes I won my case against the Frontiere. It was in the news some time back. Six figure settlement.
Congrats to you DD' for a job well done; hey that casino backrooms APs no more. Thanks for your above info, and I was able to find & read the good news in the LvSun. I like to share with readers the following highlights:
"Jury: New Frontier must pay $110,000 to card counter
A Clark County District Court jury has awarded a gambler $110,000 for an incident in 2001 in which he was detained in a security office at the New Frontier.
Wednesday, the jury found the New Frontier, its security chief and a security guard liable for false imprisonment, assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
Gambler DD' was not cheating at cards but was admittedly counting cards -- an activity that is legal in Nevada. Casinos don't want card counters' business and have the legal right to prohibit counters' play and ask them to leave the property.
According to the New Frontier's account of the 2001 incident, DD' won about $4,000 after about 30 to 40 minutes at blackjack. He was approached by security personnel after cashing out his winnings and was escorted into a private room, where he was detained and questioned for less than 10 minutes.
The casino also said DD' committed a crime by gambling at the property, obtaining a loyalty club card and winning money under an assumed name. But DD' said he broke no laws by using a fake name because he didn't use the name to commit a crime.
According to court documents, the New Frontier's security chief said that after the incident, the property changed its practice of bringing suspected card counters into a back room for questioning. The security chief said the casino now approaches unwanted gamblers on the casino floor and asks them to leave, court filings show."