Gambler Loses Control Of Bowels At Casino

Jason Feng, 44, worked as a dealer and floor supervisor for over 15 years in casino across Metro Vancouver before leaving the profession a month or so ago .
The now freelance writer has been talking recently about some of his many bizarre experiences while working in the casino industry, one of which he describes to highlight the addictive nature of gambling.
Apparently, Jason Feng was in his office at the casino when he received a call from a pit supervisors claiming the casino floor smelt less than savoury. When asked to explain his statement, the supervisor replied:
“I mean it really smells like s–t out here.”
Forced to investigate the offensive odour, Feng then writes: “The culprit was  a normal looking lady who just could not leave her table for fear that her luck would change for the worse if she left for fifteen minutes to go to the washroom yards away.  Unfortunately, this was not the only time I encountered someone in this predicament.”
Apparently, their bowels aren’t the only thing some addicts fail to control during gambling and Feng goes on to say that also affected is their control over betting patterns, as well as their temperament during losing times.
However, Jason Feng also describes the lengths casinos will go to in order to accommodate their high-rolling patrons, often by overlooking the temperamental behaviour they exhibit, often associated with problem gambling.
For instance, Feng describes the private rooms set aside for casino high-rollers and states:
“They’re there to gamble, and money matters. When their game goes badly, they often scream at the dealers – which would see them tossed out if they were downstairs. Dealers, some of them hired because of their proficiency in Mandarin, take the abuse hard…One female dealer left in tears after a half-filled water bottle was flung at her and the angry client objected to her being moved to another table.”
Keen to make his point, Jason Feng goes on to state that although casinos are often portrayed as place of glitz and glamour, there is also an uglier, addictive side to these places which is often overlooked.

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