So I don't hijack the thread of a waitress testing a gambler's sobriety by giving him a virgin drink... Legally, the casinos are obligated to cut off a drinker who is intoxicated. In reality, abiding by the law would devastate Las Vegas. We have seen a story or two about a gambler not paying his marker based on the argument that he was overserved and too drunk to make reasonable decisions. There is no question a patron should be able to recognize his/her own tipping points of buzzed to drunk to wasted. There is no question alcohol can cause unreasonable decisions/behavior. There is no question that bars and bartenders around the country have been found legally responsible for the damage a patron has caused when being overserved. What do you think about this huge gray area of responsibility between customer vs. business? I think specifically in Las Vegas, cops and judges would be politically cutting their owns throat by charging a casino with overserving. The state has too much revenue riding on gambling and alcohol. If they took away excessive alcohol the gambling and clubbing revenue would significantly drop. It could turn Nevada into New Mexico. I think the Good Ol' Boy network completely turns a blind eye for the good of the state.