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If having more intoxicated gamblers is a possibility, the casinos will support smoking weed in some way. Maybe not out in the open; but perhaps with a "private area"...
They do not discourage intoxication beyond the point of thinking straight at this point and they encourage intoxication in general--if they can get less people thinking straight, they will try to do so.
(...but it is not the CASINOS fault that people accept their drinks and make stupid decisions with their money after they are intoxicated--I have not seen a single casino drag someone off the street to get them in the door. I do, however, think they over-serve some patrons who become disruptive...but they try to get their money before thy kick them out.)
A good point, but alcohol intoxication is different than marijuana. Alcohol as they say uninhibits, increases risk taking behavior while marijuana makes you forgetful and distorts reality. I'm not even sure marijuana would increase the urge to gamble.