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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...fec31c689bc741

    A Florida attorney in town for a Mass Torts Conference was playng blackjack at Wynn when he had a heart attack and slumped unconscious at the table.

    He was ignored for 20 or more minutes and ultimately died.
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    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...fec31c689bc741

    A Florida attorney in town for a Mass Torts Conference was playng blackjack at Wynn when he had a heart attack and slumped unconscious at the table.

    He was ignored for 20 or more minutes and ultimately died.
    It could of been a lot worse for the attorney if he wasn't vaxxed.

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    I would like to see the video on the gambling streak for the night and the hand which triggered the heart attack. Somehow the dealer ignored him at some point, would think player had easy 20 and dealer went 21 so they could just pick up the chips and the cards without interaction. Then it is sarcastically like, "Sir, if you're dying you need to go contact security about it." The guy must have went from drunk as shit to dying kind of fast I'd guess, and maybe big and maybe ugly.
    Last edited by theywontpayontuesday; 02-23-2023 at 11:15 AM.

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    People become dealers because they want to help people therefore there is no negligence here.

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    He was supposed to double down, not over.

    I'll see myself out.

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    Originally Posted by smurgerburger View Post
    People become dealers because they want to help people therefore there is no negligence here.
    You're a funny guy!

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    Originally Posted by Mission146 View Post

    I'll see myself out.
    No, not THAT again. Save that for the rest areas.

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    Originally Posted by Mission146 View Post
    He was supposed to double down, not over.
    He should have had mild card infatuation and not a myocardial infarction.

    Ba da bing, ba da boom
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    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Mission146 View Post
    He was supposed to double down, not over.
    He should have had mild card infatuation and not a myocardial infarction.

    Ba da bing, ba da boom
    Talk about a bad beat

    ...or beat
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    Too much victim mentality. Not enough personal responsibility

    This guy should have known: Have your heart attacks in Church, or volunteering at the homeless shelter, someplace you’ll actually get noticed. If you’re in a casino with crowds of people that are all falling over drunk, passing out & slumped over how is the dealer or anyone else supposed to know that you are the one guy out of dozens that is slumped over bcuz of a heart attack?

    Just like the other lady should have known: If you don’t want them to accidentally kill your brain in the hospital then don’t drink on New Years Eve while you’re in Vegas

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    Originally Posted by DGenBen View Post
    Too much victim mentality. Not enough personal responsibility

    This guy should have known: Have your heart attacks in Church, or volunteering at the homeless shelter, someplace you’ll actually get noticed. If you’re in a casino with crowds of people that are all falling over drunk, passing out & slumped over how is the dealer or anyone else supposed to know that you are the one guy out of dozens that is slumped over bcuz of a heart attack?

    Just like the other lady should have known: If you don’t want them to accidentally kill your brain in the hospital then don’t drink on New Years Eve while you’re in Vegas
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    This reminds me of Tommy Cooper's death at a Magic/Comedian Show he was headlining. Tommy had a heart attack and begun making the "I'm in trouble," snore and the audience thought he was joking since he was a Comedian/Magician. They had no idea he was DYING. Tommy collapsed and the audience still thought he was joking as he was a Magician/Comedian.

    They curtains suddenly closed around him and they laughed and cheered for roughly 20 minutes before the audience begun to be like,"Something might be wrong. The curtains have been closed around him for 20 minutes and according to the program, he's supposed to still be performing. They soon found out Tommy DIED! The Audience Members must have felt horrified and guilty that they were cheering and laughing when Tommy was fucking DYING and they thought he was just performing.

    I remember a Poster saying he was about 5 and watching the show on a rerun and he LAUGHED. His Grandfather looked at him seriously and was like,"You shouldn't be LAUGHING. Tommy was DYING when this was filmed and died shortly after. The Poster was like,"I immediately stopped laughing when my Grandfather told me that."
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    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    This reminds me of Tommy Cooper's death at a Magic/Comedian Show he was headlining. Tommy had a heart attack and begun making the "I'm in trouble," snore and the audience thought he was joking since he was a Comedian/Magician. They had no idea he was DYING. Tommy collapsed and the audience still thought he was joking as he was a Magician/Comedian.

    They curtains suddenly closed around him and they laughed and cheered for roughly 20 minutes before the audience begun to be like,"Something might be wrong. The curtains have been closed around him for 20 minutes and according to the program, he's supposed to still be performing. They soon found out Tommy DIED! The Audience Members must have felt horrified and guilty that they were cheering and laughing when Tommy was fucking DYING and they thought he was just performing.

    I remember a Poster saying he was about 5 and watching the show on a rerun and he LAUGHED. His Grandfather looked at him seriously and was like,"You shouldn't be LAUGHING. Tommy was DYING when this was filmed. The Poster was like,"I immediately stopped laughing when my Grandfather told me that."
    Red Fox died the same way. The people thought he was doing his trademark "I'm coming to see you Elizabeth".

    In this case we really do not know the details and anything is possible. We assume the man was actively at the table and people just ignored him, but it could have been something the case less conspicuous. Perhaps he fell over a table nobody was playing or dealing and that's why nobody cared.

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    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    They curtains suddenly closed around him and they laughed and cheered for roughly 20 minutes before the audience begun to be like,"Something might be wrong. The curtains have been closed around him for 20 minutes and according to the program, he's supposed to still be performing. They soon found out Tommy DIED!
    That's bullshit.

    The British audience did not laugh and cheer for twenty minutes you moron.

    Where did you dig that false claim up?
    Last edited by MisterV; 02-25-2023 at 11:14 AM.
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    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Tasha View Post
    They curtains suddenly closed around him and they laughed and cheered for roughly 20 minutes before the audience begun to be like,"Something might be wrong. The curtains have been closed around him for 20 minutes and according to the program, he's supposed to still be performing. They soon found out Tommy DIED!
    That's bullshit.

    The British audience did not laugh and cheer for twenty minutes you moron.

    Where did you dig that false claim up?
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    Per wiki:

    "As Cooper lay dying on the floor, the audience continued to laugh at him believing it was part of an act. Cooper then began snorting and snoring, and died after. Around this time, Jimmy Tarbuck, Alasdair MacMillan (the director of the television production), and the crew behind the curtain who witnessed the incident realised that what was happening to him was not part of the act.

    After realising what had happened, Alasdair MacMillan cued the orchestra to play music for an unscripted commercial break (noticeable because of several seconds of blank screen while LWT's master control contacted regional stations to start transmitting advertisements)[22] and Tarbuck's manager tried to pull Cooper back through the curtains.

    It was decided to continue with the show. Dustin Gee and Les Dennis were the act that had to follow Cooper, and other stars proceeded to present their acts in the limited space in front of the curtains. While the show continued, efforts were being made backstage to revive Cooper. It was not until a second commercial break that paramedics moved his body to Westminster Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival."

    Note:no reference to 20 minutes of audience cheering and clapping.
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    Just saw this guy was trying to count two tables. He could only clearly see 20% of the cards next door, and the count at his table was getting messed up. BOOM!!---there goes the heart!

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Just saw this guy was trying to count two tables. He could only clearly see 20% of the cards next door, and the count at his table was getting messed up. BOOM!!---there goes the heart!
    Translation: Rob craving attention from KJ.

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Just saw this guy was trying to count two tables. He could only clearly see 20% of the cards next door, and the count at his table was getting messed up. BOOM!!---there goes the heart!
    I heard it was 3 tables.
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    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Per wiki:

    "As Cooper lay dying on the floor, the audience continued to laugh at him believing it was part of an act. Cooper then began snorting and snoring, and died after. Around this time, Jimmy Tarbuck, Alasdair MacMillan (the director of the television production), and the crew behind the curtain who witnessed the incident realised that what was happening to him was not part of the act.

    After realising what had happened, Alasdair MacMillan cued the orchestra to play music for an unscripted commercial break (noticeable because of several seconds of blank screen while LWT's master control contacted regional stations to start transmitting advertisements)[22] and Tarbuck's manager tried to pull Cooper back through the curtains.

    It was decided to continue with the show. Dustin Gee and Les Dennis were the act that had to follow Cooper, and other stars proceeded to present their acts in the limited space in front of the curtains. While the show continued, efforts were being made backstage to revive Cooper. It was not until a second commercial break that paramedics moved his body to Westminster Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival."

    Note:no reference to 20 minutes of audience cheering and clapping.
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