Caesars Palace fined €196.959 for dancing gambler
Nevada’s gaming board has fined Caesars Palace €196.959 for allowing a gambler to climb the gambling table. The player danced on the baccarat table while the game was played. The gaming control board (GCB) lodged a complaint against Caesars Palace. The Vegas-based casino didn’t protect the game and the players.
In September, the gaming commission needs to approve the settlement, which prevents a law suit. Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace
, signed the settlement. The GCB members and Michael Somps also signed the settlement. Somps, senior deputy attorney general, formulated
Caesars Palace admitted that they failed to protect the game and the players. On October 2009, a player was gambling in the high-limit baccarat
room. The same player decided to climb the baccarat table three times. He placed a bet after he walked and danced on the table, after which he returned to his seat.