Casino allowed him to gamble away $127 million And now the heir to a Nebraska party-favor fortune has a lawyer. [WSJ] More: Above the Law. Filed under: compulsive gambling By Walter Olson December 7, 2009 3 Comments
“Terrance Watanabe, 52, is believed to have the biggest losing streak in Las Vegas history”
I bet he can make it all back by writing a book!
And if the casino failed to allow him to loose all those millions they would be hit with an investor lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty.
Casinos are in the business of separating people from their money; anyone who thinks otherwise deserves to be fleeced.
I know this guy from my time at working at a high-end restaurant in the Old Market and I can tell you that this guy loved to throw around the money in exchange for VIP treatment.
On the bright side, at least the DNC is losing a donor.