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How do you/have you been kicked out of a casino?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by DonnyC, Feb 1, 2014.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Been there, done that is sort of my common theme is Vegas.

    But I've never been kicked out of a casino, and I think it could be fun!

    How have you been kicked out, and what might I try?
     
  2. ernestoc33

    ernestoc33 Low-Roller

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    A sure fire way to get kicked out is to get stupid drunk an piss of the table games or pretend to club cards. Any sort of "scam" that looks convincing to the pit boss with get you tossed.
     
  3. C0usineddie

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    it actually is sort of fun. I got thrown out the old fashioned way once years ago by the scruff of my neck just like on tv. That was cool.

    Now they just sort of start asking you a bunch of questions and basically bore you to the point where you leave on your own. the good old days was much funner. you knew where you stood.
     
  4. Kiwicol

    Kiwicol Low-Roller

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    One of the things I love about Vegas is the latitude you get in casinos (or indeed walking down the strip, drinking in taxis etc etc).

    One night 3 years ago at the Monte Carlo my travelling companion and I returning to the Casino at 2am had our first ever craps session - lost dice, too much hi fiving and cheering etc etc and they rolled with it. We then shut a roulette table when he spilt a drink, and all they did was move us and the other players to a new table.... while ordering new drinks for us.

    if that was at my local casino here I would have been banned for life...

    Col

    PS - I'm not proud of how we behaved that night at MC - but in our defence we weren't abusive etc and were tipping well and spending a bit...
     
  5. Haileylayne

    Haileylayne Tourist

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    When I was 18 I went with some friends to get those awesome fried Oreos from Mermaids.. Well I guess I looked underage because when I went to order, the cashier immediately asked me if I was 21 and was EXTREMELY rude about it.

    I didn't realize you couldn't be in a casino that isn't part hotel so I was really confused.. All I had to say was "you have to be 21 to buy oreos?". We ended up arguing because this lady was being SO FREAKING RUDE.

    Long story short - security was called and that's how I was escorted out of Mermaids. All over some damn fried oreos:thumbsup:
     
  6. theshaah

    theshaah Low-Roller

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    I can actually say I have been kicked out of The Rio. Well....not really that "I" was kicked out but the person I was meeting there was. So I just kind of got caught up with him. He's been back numerous times and he says they do that from time to time. Especially if you do things they frown upon like wonging a slot, or credit hustle.
     
  7. Smo

    Smo Mr. Las Vegas

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    Got escorted out of O'Sheas back in '89 or '90, when it was still run by the mob. I caught the BJ dealer cheating multiple times and I called her out on it. The PitBoss didn't like that, so we argued a bit.

    Long story short, I was afraid to ever go back in there again. I bet it was about 10 years or more before I went back.

    Got all drunk and was ticked off at the guy sitting third base at Harrah's one evening back about the early 90's sometime. I was heavy into counting cards, and the table was going great until they brought in 'the cooler'. I swear this guy played every hand wrong! Anyways, I would yell at him for doing these stupid mistakes. Eventually I was nicely asked to leave the casino. Funny thing was, I had a room there.
    Went out, sobered up a little, and sneaked back into the casino and into my room later that night. My upcoming trip is the first time I have stayed there since the 'incident'. :drunk:
     
  8. paperposter

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    ive left a few a being treated like shit and once the palms security tried to 86 me for the nite till i went and got the mgr and vp of the place to put db security gard in his place , lets they just say they sent the security guys to apoligized to me, and upgraded my tickets at the pearl for my troubles.

    then went aria after and won 25 grand that nite
     
  9. ncoday

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    These days probably anything you do bad enough to get 86'd from the casino is also going to get you arrested (permanent Parade-Rest as we called it in the military)
     
  10. TRN

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    I've been kicked out of a poker room for saying "You've gotta be F---ing kidding me" when someone hit a miracle card on the river against me for about the 9th straight hand. I wasn't saying it to anyone in particular, but the dealer insisted I was staring him down as I said it.
     
  11. IvanBeausky

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    Purchased 32oz beer at the abc store downtown with 2 pals. We entered the Fremont. Bought in for $400 each at the craps table. Within 3 rolls of the dice, we were surrounded by security and asked to leave IMMEDIATELY.

    Still can't figure that one out. I guess you can't bring a beer INTO a casino?:thumbsdown:
     
  12. LolaDoggie

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    I don't know if this counts because we weren't gambling. It might not be what you had in mind when you asked the question. Our first trip, Xmas to New Year's 2004 we kind of went a little overboard with the booze.

    We were at the Tropicana, the little gift shop right at the entrance to the old motel wing "garden rooms" and I guess we weren't using our inside voices. This big guy with a Tropicana nametag comes over to us and starts chatting with us, walking and chatting. And before we knew it, we were headed out the front door because he convinced us we should go check out the MGM Grand, that we'd really like it there. Not a dramatic getting thrown out story. But, we got thrown out all the same.
     
  13. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Not kicked out, but back when I started advantage play I was observed very closely a couple times. I got the hint. Once a paranoid pit critter gave me the treatment just for playing good BS.
     
  14. Piggylane

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    Late one evening four years ago, maybe midnight, after a couple beers I bought in for $200 at a BJ table at the Suncoast, where I was staying. Only one other player at the table. If I remember correctly it was a six deck shoe. When my stack hit $10K I was told I was too lucky for them and had to leave the table and they'd prefer I wouldn't play blackjack there again! By that time my beer level was quite high, I'm a very nice guy, not mouthy, so I just cashed in and went to my room.

    I'm not a card counter, couldn't anyway with about ten beers in me, but doubled down on a 13 with the dealer having a 9 up and beat her! That, I remember, was my last hand (betting big too).

    Turds. I won't play there ever again and have never received an offer from them either despite pushing over $100K through their videopoker machines that weekend.

    Not like getting run out of the building, 86'd or taking the ride of shame to Clark County Detention Center but I bet many of us have had similar experiences when you get too lucky.
     
  15. Big Tip

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    There was a group of us playing craps at Casino Royale. The little pissant pit guy said something to me about something or another. Whatever, I thought. Then a little bit later he said, "That's it, you're out of here." I never really understood what the problem was. It might have been a language problem, or maybe I straightened one of my bets up. It's still not exactly clear. The members in my group, even the ones more sober than myself, thought that it was unwarranted though.

    We all colored up and left. There might have been nine of us. Anyway, as I was leaving the table, I said, "I've been thrown out of better places than this dump!"

    I went back the next day and played at the same table. The dealers all thought the pit dude was the chip on his shoulder asshole type. He wasn't working there anymore on my next trip.
     
  16. WHIVGOYTUBE

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    I have not, but read on another forum where this guy at 5:00AM in the morning at the Hard Rock Indian Casino in Hollywood Florida watched a Dealer at an empty BJ table rigging the Shoe.

    Dealer was taking out face cards and replacing them with junk cards. When her asked the dealer what he was doing, Security immediately surrounded him. When he told Security what he saw the Dealer doing, not only did they kick him out, but they also trespassed his ass! :grrr:

    Play at Indian Casino as your own risk! Yes, I do, with $50 for 25c VP BAR when GF and I go to eat at the Hard Rock Café in Tampa (once in a great while). If it were legit, I would play higher denominations.
     
  17. Greensideup

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    While working graveyard shift security last night, we 86'ed an Englishman for grabbing an old lady's backside in the elevator lobby. Whole way out, he didn't understand what he'd done wrong.
     
  18. WHIVGOYTUBE

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    Yea, that is better, grab ass on an older lady,

    We really need to distract on the HR casino rigging the BJ shoe for the early players.

    Lady's and Gentlemen, nothing there to see...

    I have a nice rigged 6X shoe for you..

    Chief needs to refuel his Yacht! Director of Gaming Board and Controls.
     
  19. jhpa

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    I am not sure this counts, since I was leaving anyway.

    It was after 11PM and I found myself back at the Golden gate for a third time that day. They had replaced the regular dealers with dancers and the music was blaring. The dealers were not good, were having trouble figuring out the payouts and were constantly booking bets wrong.

    At one point, I bet my usual $10 comeout bet: “hi-lo-yo two each, hop the hardways one each”. I bet this "$10 action" regularly without problem. The dealer put $2 on each hardway and asked me what to do with the other two. I repeated “hi-lo-yo two each, hop the hardways one each”. She said – “you don’t have enough money” I repeated it again, louder.

    At this point the she threw the money back at me and said “I don’t respond to people yelling at me.” I told her to take down my bets and I was leaving.

    She called the pit boss over who called security on me and came around the table to tell me I had to leave. I told him I was already leaving and he needed to do a better job training his “dealers” and maybe consider turning down the music so they can hear. I also told him how I had been in there earlier in the day, was always friendly and polite to dealers and this dealer needed a talking to.

    I walked out and headed across the street to the Las Vegas Club. Too many options downtown to play at a place who treats players like that.
     
  20. blackjacknut

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    About 5 years ago when I first started being an advantage player (counting), I took a WV casino for $4500.00 in 45 minutes and was asked to not play BJ anymore, I could play slots or other table games. So I went to the craps table and took them for $10K in about 1.5 hours they never said nothing to me...teach them bastards.... :wink2:
     
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