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Question Banned?

Discussion in 'North American Land Based Casinos' started by Charlie1960, Apr 20, 2017.

    Apr 20, 2017
  1. Charlie1960

    Charlie1960 Dormant account

    Las Vegas
    Has anyone, here, been banned from a U.S. casino for winning too much? If so, how much did you win, when you were told to leave?

    In 2000, I won $14,000 at the craps table at Isle of Capri in Tunica, but all that happened there, was I was given gifts, my wife's and we were given comps for our food and a "High Roller's Suite". However, two things that may have come into play here, on why I wasn't banned, is that:

    A: I was betting on other players, never touching the dice myself.


    B: The casino was closing in two weeks and the dealers didn't care who won, or how much. They even left the same dice on the table the whole time!

    The reason I'm interested now, is that I've learned dice control and want to win big, but I'm afraid of being banned. One famous dice controller has been banned from every casino in Mississippi and, as I understand it, also Vegas.

    I noticed, at one casino I went into, when the box man saw I was setting the dice, he started talking to me like I was a piece of trash. In that case, I just walked away because I wasn't going to let his foul mouth ruin my day. I went, instead, to play blackjack and did pretty well.

    I do my best work on craps and am just wondering how much I should stay under, when shooting and betting on myself, to stay off the "radar".

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