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Friends sister won 30k first time on the pokies when working in a pub in the early 90s. Made her think all wins would be that much.
Also not a casino worker. I saw something similar in Vegas. He was so happy and was looking around to see if anything else had noticed.
I grinned at him and gave him a thumbs up. He was just so pleased, it was really sweet. Then he turned around and within 2 minutes blew through all the money.
He just got up from his seat and walked away with his head down. I worked for a casino in Mississippi. A man from Illinois called and said he did a voluntary lifetime ban from all casinos in Vegas, but wanted to know if he could drive to Mississippi and gamble at the casinos here.
I spoke with my supervisors and they said he could gamble in Mississippi I went against my supervisors and told the guy that he was not allowed in any casino.
I would have felt terrible about helping him relapse. A dude wearing diapers. A woman spending more than 24h at the same machine, spending 17k when the maximum win for that machine was 6k.
An elderly woman who was completely disoriented after having a grand mal seizure was resisting the EMTs who were attempting to render her medical assistance.
She began to get up and then she noticed one of the machines light up and flash. She made an audible groaning sound, and awkwardly ran towards it. An EMT put a chair behind her and sat her down.
They continued their work while she mashed all the buttons, completely disoriented. Gambling addiction is real. It is deeply rooted in your brain.
Even when she bit off a section of her tongue, and was barely breathing, she still wanted to smash every button on all the slot machines surrounding her.
Countless children sitting on the edges of the gaming floor waiting for their terrible parents whom have been arrested for child endangerment as a result.
I worked in casinos in Mississippi for quite a few years. This is a story from the craps table. They were having a good time, but seemed to know nothing about the game.
They were playing the sucker bets mostly the field and started to win quickly. Sometimes the dice just seem to want to give away money.
Complicated explanations of things like "place bets" and "come bets" went right past their alcohol-soaked brains. Yes, Virginia, there is a reason those drinks are free.
One young fellow in particular was winning hard and fast. While his friends were betting small amounts, he was pressing his bets aggressively.
Then the dice began to turn. His packed rail of cheques began to slowly shrink. I recall her informing him at one point that he had "a down payment on a house" in front of him.
Of course, the big and easy wins had him convinced that he was playing the genius strategy and just needed to hold the course through this dry spell.
It took him about another 15 minutes to blow through it all. She yelled at him, tried to pull him away by the arm, screamed at him. When he was down to a few thousand, she became hysterical, clawed the ring off her finger, threw it at him and stalked off screaming between her sobs.
Looking subdued and resigned, he played back the rest of his winnings until he left the table with nothing. Not a casino, but my family owns a few liquor stores and this story definitely fits.
When I was working there during college, there was a lady named Lois who would come in once a week and by a lot of scratch offs. Any winnings went right back into buying more tickets on top of what she was already spending.
So lets do some math here kids. This is not including any winnings she put back into the fund. Now you may be wondering where someone gets all this money.
I had the same questions. Apparently, her husband, who was a pretty nice guy, did very well for himself and his family. He was dutifully setting aside money so that they could retire early and travel the world.
She was in charge of it because she was an accountant and also pretty good at her job. While she professed a deep love for her parents, she was, and I quote "growing increasingly aggravated at their selfish want to continue to spend her inheritance on themselves.
I assume from having to hide her habits from her husband. Personally, she was actually fairly pleasant to talk to. She would come in in the morning and stand off to the side while she starting making decisions on what tickets she was buying.
It would take maybe minutes each time for the whole transaction. She would have us go through the current selection of tickets and see what number the book was on.
She knew the odds of winning based on how much of the book had already been bought. When she came in by herself, you could see the hunger for the scratch off tickets in her eyes.
She was stand next to the counter, her eyes would glaze over and she would get into whatever zone she got into and could not be distracted.
I saw another lady knock a bottle of something off the counter that hit Lois in the leg, broke on the floor, and soaked her shoes.
It was uncomfortable the first times I interacted with her because of how desperate she looked. On the rare occasion her husband came in with her, we were not to discuss lottery tickets.
It was awkward to say the least. So how does her story end? About 3 years ago, her husband was diagnosed with aggressive cancer at about 68 years old and passed away a few months later.
She followed a few months later due to cirrhosis and other health complications from excessive drinking and smoking. We found out from one of her kids who also came in regularly.
They kids eventually found out about what she had been doing because their dad had told them about what he had been putting away for them and he had hoped they would enjoy their lives with what inheritance he was able to give them.
The kids were resentful, but were more sad that she had sunk so low and never got help. Blamed themselves some for not recognizing the signs for what they were and getting her help when they could.
Fuck what a hell of a story. Was she much younger than her husband or are her parents just ancient? A couple years ago, well more than a couple really, I think a guy comes in.
I was relatively new back then, was working for about 8 months. Apparently they were friends. This guy pulls out 20k to play blackjack.
Then he starts placing the max and loses it all within half an hour or so. People come here to lose their money. This guy though did not seem to care at all.
He walks to the cage and gets over k in chips. Apparently this fucking guy brings a bit of cash to lose in cash and then collects the money he wore transferred.
First of all, who the fuck does that? Who has a ritual to lose money before playing "seriously". He goes to the high roller baccarat table which is But you know what, this guy just brought 20k to lose and has a quarter of a mil left to gamble with.
Once he sits down they changed the bet to He stars betting 25k each hand. About an hour later he comes back and goes to the cage.
I genuinely have no idea how much he got but it was well over k. He proceeds to lose all this too. Yeah I thought the same.
I would later learn from my boss that while he was well off he was not in a position to lose the amount he lost that day. My boss was talking to him through his session saying how he should go back to his hotel room but he would just laugh it off.
So like I said, my boss is friends with him so we know a little bit more about this guy than we should. He loaned out over k to his "friends" who shortly after stopped talking to him and ran off with the money.
From everything I could tell he was a genuinely nice guy who had just been taken advantage of who had a clear gambling addiction.
Apparently shortly after his last visit he only had the restaurant left in his name. Sold the convenience stores he had. About 7 years pass and we never saw him at the casino again.
Then last year I saw him again. He was in the security office with a younger kid and my boss. I knew the younger kid cause he used to come to casino once every weeks and blow k a visit.
The dealers would talk about him in the break room cause he was always friendly and would tip well. Turns out this fucking kid is the guys son.
His dad made him sign a self exclusion policy so that he was banned for life. The kid like his dad had a gambling addiction.
I thought it was just a rich kid with money to blow but no, this kid was working more hours than most people I knew just to fund his gambling.
He would take the casino bus for 2 hours back and forth just to gamble when he got a day off work. Personally I never have had the desire to gamble but shit like this just reinforces that into me.
See his son who is now a gambling addict sign a self exclusion policy after losing thousands. And is this by any chance at the Montreal Casino?
Not a casino worker but there is a cafe with slots right in front of my dorm. One night, some guy who was forbidden to go there went and lost a good chunk of cash.
He eventually left with the cop car. By dad used to have a hobby on Friday nights. He would get a beer and a pack of cigarettes and sit outside a casino and people watch.
He would stay a few hours so he would see people go in, paycheck in hand, only to leave hours later with nothing. He overheard a lot of phonecalls where people would call their spouses in tears, saying that they had lost everything.
Even once, he said he overheard a dude call his wife sobbing, saying he had lost their house. Saw one guy in oily overalls just stack up a single long pile of red chips on one hand and lose.
Nothing major, maybe inches expected, but the roads were empty and nobody was out doing anything. Made driving much easier.
I mean, maybe 50 people in there. It was around the beginning of the month, so lots of these folks got their social security checks and then just camped in front of the slot machines.
Oxygen tanks for days. He plays his kids birthdays, 7, 21, 8, He hit 21 six times. There was one guy at the table, alone with the dealer. At one point while we were watching, a woman walked up to him wife?
He gave her what had to have been a few hundred thousand in chips and she bounced away gleefully. They love going to vegas and in China rich is on an entirely different level than the U.
They are fuck you rich to the extreme. Yeah, some of those whales have been known to bet upwards of a quarter million on games of baccarat.
They come loaded with millions ready to gamble. Had a friend who was a stewardess for whale in Macao. Not a casino worker but I witnessed something sad that I can share.
I was watching a blackjack table. A man with a decent amount of chips on the table asked the dealer to hold his seat while he got up to use the restroom, and the dealer agreed.
She sat there nervously for a hand and then got up and left. Apparently in 2 days he lost around 13, at mutliple casinos.
Afterwards he walked to the parking garage and jumped. I was with a cousin of mine and we were playing Black Jack. I was done and taking shots of tequila, just minding my own business, when I get hit in the back of the head with a water bottle.
Threw his water bottle so hard at the table that it bounced off and hit me and sprayed water all over the rest of the folks. He was such a big gambler that they cornered off that table just for him.
I turned around, made eye contact with the guy, and just started hysterically laughing. He did not find it amusing and stormed off. Apparently he did this on a regular basis.
We had this guy who had just won a couple thousand on slots, he was super exited and said he would be back to collect after he smoked a cigarrette.
I was clocking off at the time but overheard one of the techs say "He better smoke two" reason being if you owe the goverment money for something like child support for example they can take all your winnings, which is exactly what happened.
I got out of there before he came back inside. How would they possibly know? So I was at the casino on a cruise ship and I was just betting a little on the roulette table when a group of about seniors in college came up to my table.
A few of the guys were playing while the rest of the group was just standing around watching. This is a common "strategy" to roulette so nobody thought anything of it the first couple times he doubled his money.
That spin comes up black. At this point, you can tell he is really upset and all his friends are trying to cheer him up and trying to get him to leave the table.
He was completely out of money so he pulls out his room key which doubled as a credit card for the cruise line. His girlfriend is in tears begging him to leave.
By the time he was done, black had come up 19 times in a row. The worst part of the story was that as soon as he finally accepted defeat and stopped betting, the very next spin came up red.
My main contracts in the Security Industry are gaming rooms. Sports bar in back for Race betting, 60 Pokie Slots machines in front.
Literally working in one now, and I have a metric fuckton of sad shit I see daily. Drug overdoses when those junkies I mentioned come back for more.
Up to about 19 or so in 8 years on this particular contract alone. Daily police calls to chase up parents of kids running around the back alley entrance.
We tried and track em down in here, they ignore us and keep pushing the buttons. Got a ban wall like the Sistine Chapel due to this.
Elderly patrons who genuinely have nothing better to do and are just starved of attention. Same people, every night, for hours on end. As long as their genitals are covered and they got a 20 in their hand, all are welcome.
This was recently rectified when a previously banned problem patron beat the shit out of a female staff member and I Tried to pin the whole thing on me, too.
These bloody things destroy lives. How long do bans last? No set guidelines, event by event based. The initial ban was due to him smacking the machine around.
Warned him, he kept doing it so kicked him out. Had the next night off, was told he returned and repeated the behavior, was removed by my Bouncer and banned.
Rebanned him that night when I started shift. Banned again, this time for six months. Next day, puppy eyed day manager, reduced to 3 months. He lasted two days this time.
This happened 3 more times til I just gave up relying on management to enforce it, and remove him as soon as I arrive. Refused him entry about 2 hours ago.
He just walks through the front door, sees me walking up and rolls his eyes. Tell him flatly to go away, and not return. I see the same people there every day.
Like - do they not have jobs, or families? Some are old enough to possibly be retired, and others are probably on disability pension, but others just look too young and healthy to warrant being either.
They eat in the restaurant anywhere between once to three times a day. Well he lost it all and the wedding was called off obviously. My parents live together but they never married.
Addition to the story, my mom did propose to my dad one Christmas when I was old enough to remember but he declined. I think he knew that everyone at the make-up wedding would make comments like "I guess they finally scrambled all that money back" or something.
I worked in a casino for over 5 years in the cage Where you bring your tickets or chips to get cash. The saddest event that ever happened at the casino I worked at was by far a suicide.