A man from Southern California who lost $500,000 at a casino has filed a lawsuit accusing the casino of “plying him with drinks and lending him money so he could keep playing.” The lawsuit contends that the plaintiff was so inebriated that he was unable to read his cards and was dropping his chips while playing. The plaintiff claims he should not be liable for his losses because he was blackout drunk, for which he alleges the casino was partly to blame.
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