Posts Tagged ‘The Hangover’

Borgate Hotel Casino Sues Gambler Due To Defective Cards Odds Are Low Extreme Hangover

April 12, 2014

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — An Atlantic City casino is suing a big-time gambler, claiming he won $9.6 million in a card-cheating scheme in baccarat.The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Phillip Ivey Jr., considered one of the best poker players in the world. The lawsuit alleges Ivey and an associate exploited a defect in cards made by a Kansas City manufacturer that enabled them to sort and arrange good cards in baccarat. The technique gave him an unfair advantage on four occasions between April and October 2012, the casino asserted in its lawsuit.

Casino sues gambler two years later  for defective cards provided by casino. Odds of winning very low creating extreme hangover.



Ask The Eye, Wedding Hangover, Often The Money Shot Provides That Keepsake Moment

October 22, 2013

Dear Eye View

At our wedding, many of our relatives and friends opted to give us cash gifts. The problem is that my brother stole most of the money at the wedding. The police are involved and we have painfully discovered he has debts and a gambling problem. Although we are no longer speaking, I still love my brother and I don’t wish to advertise his personal demons to everybody else. But I find myself completely stuck when it comes to writing thank you notes. I am pretty certain some of our guests gave very generously, warranting more than a generic “Thank you for your presence and your present”—but I have no way of finding out who and how much. I really want to do the right thing and express my gratitude, but how without knowing what everyone gave us?


Dear Sad

I understand your concern. Sometimes weddings bring out the worst in people. Have you considered checking  your wedding photos? They can help capture that keepsake moment.Then delete them.

Hope this helps.



Las Vegas Mental Hospital Handing Out One Way Bus Tickets, What Happens In Vegas Not Staying

April 24, 2013

San Francisco city attorney Dennis Herrera announced Monday that he is going to begin an investigation into Rawson Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada following accusations that the hospital has been providing patients with one-way Greyhound tickets to other states. The Sacramento Bee has run an investigative series into the hospital and claims that Rawson Neal has discharged around 1,500 patients this way. In one case, a man being treated in Rawson Neal was put on a bus to Sacramento with only three days worth of medication for his schizophrenia, depression and anxiety. The man said the doctor recommended the trip to California because the state has better health care than Nevada. Meanwhile, officials in Los Angeles are debating opening their own investigation into the matter, as a majority of the patients shipped to California ended up in L.A.

Nevada mental hospital shipping patients across the border. What happens in Vegas not staying in Vegas.