“He racked up $5.6 million in chips before management [at Tropicana] cut him off.”
Do you have what it takes to bet $800,000 per hand at the blackjack table?
Don Johnson is a paradox to casinos. Both their worst nightmare and their dream: a big time, fearless player with deep pockets.
He didn’t come to Vegas with millions. He started his career as a jockey, then as a gaming regulator and eventually found his way to the top of the gambling world. Not satisfied with small wins, Don did the math to figure out what optimal plays would yield the best and biggest results.
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