Dana White Banned From Palms Casino For The Second Time

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Dana White, UFC president, claimed that he won a total of $2 million in Palms Casino and was informed he’s no longer welcome on the casino premises.

The fifth episode of the UFC’s “Embedded” video blog shows how he’s cashing out extremely big amount of money and tips the cashier quite generously with $500. The following morning he received a phone call from Palms manager, who told White that he is no longer welcome to gamble at Palms.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported for the gambling news that the probable reason for that is the fact that White claimed that he won around $2 million in this casino for three months playing and his limit was lowered.

White’s version

White commented: “A lot of people are going to think I’m a card counter after that Ben Affleck thing at the Hard Rock. I’m the farthest thing from card counter. Casinos don’t want to gamble anymore. They’re all owned by hedge funds and corporations. They want to stack the odds so much against you that won’t play.”

Additionally, he gave Caesars, which operate under US gambling laws, a huge compliment: “Realistically, there’s only one place to play left in town. That’s Caesars. They will let you play what you want to play. No messing around with limits.”

All the problems of White that happen for the second time in Palms Casino started when the casino cut White’s limit from $25,000 per hand to only $5,000. Now we have to wait and see if he will return there for third round.

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