This is a good example for anyone who claims nothing can be done against regulations because nobody has anything to gain. People keep on with their logical fallacies irregardless of stories like this.
The standard claim is the casino has too much to lose to do anything which would jeopardize its existence and this is blatantly untrue. The rules and regulations might be deterrents, but deterrents do not prevent a crime from happening. Just because a fine or sanction might be enough to put a major dent or death sentence on a casino, this does not mean they would not try. If an employee insider is able to use his position to get over on the casino, it is just as possible for them to act on its behalf in a similar pressure. I am not saying it is being done anywhere, but it has been done before, and it certainly can happen again.Quote: Mooseton
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Companies are ran by real human beings and are subjected to their emotions, thoughts, ideas, plans, realities. Most companies ever created have failed due to the actions of those running and working for them. I see a casino as no different than any other company, regulated or not.