No relief for a gambling bender gone bad

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No relief for a gambling bender gone bad
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LAS VEGAS — A federal court in Nevada dismissed a casino patron’s lawsuit against the Park MGM and liquor vendors at the casino hotel, where he lost over $60,000 playing slots in a drunken stupor he cannot remember. His claims against the vendors, and the hotel for not giving him complimentary tickets to a Bruno Mars concert that were allegedly given to white players only, were not plausibly stated and the hotel was never served notice of the suit.

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#InTheSpotlightFGN - Nevada Gaming Commission approves Competition Interactive slot The regulator has approved Running Rich Reels.

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The regulator has approved Running Rich Reels.
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