I was reading an article about Sheldon Adelson in the magazine Mother Jones. It was basically a hit piece blaming him for strictly following his own selfish, greedy motives in changing his position on internet gambling from “yes to an emphatic “no. In the reader comments there were statements that, unlike internet gambling, brick & mortar casinos make it possible for a gambler to offer his/her home as collateral to increase a credit limit. Can this be true? If so, I think this would be a very poor business practice for casinos to follow. It’s been a long time ago but I have used casino credit. As far as I was aware, a customer’s bank account(s) ratings based on the average account balance were the only thing used in approving casino credit and in determining the limit. Has that changed?