Dana White Banned From Casino Gambling
Have you ever wondered what happens when you win some big money in Vegas?
Ask Dana White. You get banned.
That’s right. The UFC President was recently banned from gambling at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas after he took them for $2 million.
On the 21st of May, White was advised by the management at the Palms Casino that his limit had been reduced from $25,000 a hand to only $5,000.
White is well known for being a big gambler. In fact, this millionaire has been known to walk out of casinos carrying big black garbage bags full of cash and White also has no problem betting $50,000 a hand in Blackjack.
In response to this recent ban, White stated that it is clear that casinos are now all owned by corporations and hedge funds which do everything possible to prevent players from winning.
As White stated, “”Casinos don’t want to gamble anymore.”
To add to this recent ban, allegations were also made that White is a card-counter but he quickly dismissed these claims stating, “A lot of people are going to think I’m a card counter after that Ben Affleck thing at the Hard Rock. I’m the farthest thing from card counter.”
In 2012, White had a fall out with the Palms Casino due to his winning ways and as a result White pulled all UFC events from the casino when his credit line was cut in half.
In March this year the two parties settled their differences but it seems there is trouble in paradise again.