Pro Casino Player Sues Caesars Entertainment

planet-hollywood-las-vegas-nevada-75x5128 year-old pro gambler Ross Miller filed a lawsuit against Planet Hollywood Resort in Las Vegas claiming that the casino took $5,000 in casino chips from him because of card counting in June 2013. The lawsuit is accompanied by another suit filed against the owner of Caesars Entertainment Corp as the gambler says he was illegally detained at three casinos owned by the company in Atlantic City in 2013. According to Miller he was counting cards in blackjack on 20 June 2013 when he noticed that he had caught the attention of the staff. Then he headed over at Planet Hollywood Casino and wanted to cash in $4,975 worth of casino chips. The cage cashier then took his chips and asked for his ID. Eventually, Miller won the case, but he never got his money.

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