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Old 11-11-2017, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by AndyS View Post
I would imagine no business would want him hanging out at their casino. Rather lose one customer than hundreds. Not sure if what they did is legal but if it is itís understandable.
NGC gives broad discretion to permanently 86 someone. And, for what it is worth, not all permabans are actually permanent. My guess is that it will be lifted in six months or so, if not before the Super Bowl. Although, as I recall, the Cosmo lacks a sportsbook, so they don't get the draw by having him on site during the Super Bowl.

However, I am guessing there is A LOT more to this story than has been leaked to the media. Situations like this do not occur in a vacuum, especially when you get hipster idiots that want to try and get their 15 minutes of YouTube fame (you know, like too many of the patrons of the Cosmopolitan).

There are also enough fame chasers that, as a general rule, casinos benefit from someone like OJ being on the premises. Those fame seekers on The Strip bring in money to gamble with, and may even gamble beyond their means for a shot at saying that were near OJ in a High Roller pit or at one of the bars on the premises.
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