UFC Boss's Blackjack Skill Ends in Vegas Casino Ban
Dana White has been banned from the Palms Casino Resort for the second time in the past 24 months. He won more than $2 million playing blackjack at the resort.
The UFC boss was banned from the Palms Casino for winning too much playing blackjack. The first time he was found guilty of the same crime, he boycotted the casino and was only brought back by the intervention of Palm's Chief Executive Dan Lee. He won more than $2 million in three months playing the black jack at the Casino. He is adamant that he earned his winnings fairly.
Palms casino in Las Vegas banned UFC boss White from betting on blackjack tables. Palms lost $1.6 million to White in one session. The casino sent him a UFC-style Championship belt. White is the undefeated black jack champion.