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Gambler who lost £4million sues Mayfair casino Aspinalls as they didn't 'force him to stop and rest'
Gambler who lost £4million sues Mayfair casino Aspinalls
The businessman is reportedly worth £40 million, so his losses at the casino represented about 10% of his net worth.
His writ adds: 'Rather than forcing the claimant to stop and rest, Aspinalls increased his credit to £2million.
A model of a large white elephant still sits in the entrance, alongside a bust of Aspinall's close friend, the fugitive 7th Earl of Lucan, who disappeared in 1974 following the murder of his children's nanny, Sandra Rivett.
Four years later, Aspinalls won a case against Mr Lim when it took him to court him for the money he had lost but not paid.
The businessman joined the club in 2014 and was allowed a cash cheque of 6 crores, but later when he lost the sanctioned amount, the club raised his credit to 19 crores and let him additional credit of almost 20 crores.
People who are going to gamble need to do so with predetermined acceptable losses because the chances are you're going to lose.