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Table Dance Costs Las Vegas Casino $250K

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While in Vegas, watch yourself the next time you're dealt a full house, five 7s, or whatever the hell it is that wins at baccarat. Should the celebration get out of hand, you risk having the casino be fined $250K by the Nevada's Gaming Control Board. If you think being asked to leave is the worst that can happen, try returning to that establishment after it's lost a quarter of a million dollars because of your drunken tomfoolery.

They won't want you to check out the back room as a reward.

Caesars Palace -- the glittery sirloin in the Bellagio-MGM Grand Strip sandwich -- rolled snake eyes this week after Nevada's gaming board fined the casino for allowing a high-limit baccarat player to dance not once, not twice, but three times on the card table while the game was being played. Through its inaction, the board found that Caesars failed to take action to protect the game, the customers, and the hundreds of chips that had to have been swiped during the distraction.

According to the Associated Press, the casino even allowed the player to place bet while standing on the table.

And to think, I was told to leave Bally's when I asked for no ice in my complimentary Zima.
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