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Nevada And Atlantic City Casinos Ban Gambler For Winning

Nevada and New Jersey casinos are not in the business of losing money. With the casinos still struggling to recover from the economic recession, the last thing they need is a shark gambler to come along and win tens of millions of dollars playing blackjack.

That is exactly what happened for Dan Johnson. The forty-nine year old has been on an incredible ruin over the first few months of 2011, winning over $15.1 million in the first six months of the new year. That winning streak has put Johnson on the outs with several casinos.

In the old days, Las Vegas casinos were run by mobsters, and they would have ways of dealing with a gambler who took too much of their money. Today, however, things are much more calm, and casinos use more diplomatic ways of ridding themselves of gamblers who win too much.

Caesars and Harrah's in Nevada and the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City have banned the blackjack player from enjoying the game he loves at their casinos. No evidence has been revealed to show that Johnson won the money by cheating, but the casinos figured they would cut their losses nonetheless.

"This comes down to a few casinos who simply believe that this gambler is too good, and they are unwilling to take their chances with him anymore," said Gaming Analyst Steve Schwartz. "It may not be fair for Johnson, but there will be plenty of casinos that will welcome a high roller into their establishments. He should have no problem finding action if he wants it."

Atlantic City casinos, in particular, are not in a position to take million dollar hits. Pennsylvania has made a strong push to become the gambling capital of the East Coast in the past couple of years, and New Jersey casinos have not responded. Analysts believe that by the end of 2012, Pennsylvania casinos will have passed New Jersey casinos in overall gaming revenue.

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