I was dealing roulette and I had one player at the time; he was middle-aged and looked like he came from a Middle Eastern country. He had $2,000 worth of
in front of him and was doing well. Another guy in a wheelchair comes up to the table and
$100 for one
He put the
on the first dozen, I spun the ball and I turned to the other side of the table to finish
When I turned back the
was gone. So I looked at the guy in the wheelchair and asked, "What happened, you decide not to make the bet?" He looked down at the table and asked, "No,
where did my
go?" By this time the ball was dropping, so I called over my floorman, David and
waved the table off
A 5 hit and the guy in the wheelchair would have won. We stopped the game and David called the
They told him that the guy with the $2,000 stole the $100 from the guy in the wheelchair. So David went up to the Middle Eastern man and asked for the money back. The guy
acted like he had no clue what David was talking about. He denied doing anything.
So David called my shift supervisor and my shift supervisor looked at the tapes and came down to the table and started yelling at the Middle Eastern guy. "I watched you
on the camera's!" my supervisor screamed as he pointed to the camera's. The player kept denying that he did anything. Finally the Middle Eastern guy got
frustrated and asked to be
so he could leave. I
colored him up
and David told me to take the $100 out of the pile. I did, I put the
on the wheel, and we gave him the rest of his money back and told him that he could go. He looked dumbfounded, "You're not going to arrest me?" "No,"
David said,"we got the $100 back from you so you can do as you please. So he sat back down and asked to be given roulette
again. Meanwhile, I gave the guy in the wheelchair his $300 that we owed him. He was happy because he won $200 and he was late for the bus, the Middle Eastern guy was
happy because nothing happened to him and the casino was happy because they were able to still make money off the Middle Eastern guy. I feel like I was the only one who
thought he should be arrested.