The more I hear the worse it gets, but that would be understandable. She barred herself from going in there and got the casino to agree to keep her out? Am I right so far? So now she "wins" when officially she isn't in there? How is that possible? So now she expects the casino to pay her after they've both agreed that she will no longer be going in there? She deserves to be paid NOTHING and probably charged with trespassing.
I heard this woman speaking on CBC radio a few weeks ago I think it was. It's not isolated to this one case, that is to say that the Casinos are letting chronic gamblers back in time after time. They only exercise the letter of the contract when someone wins...that's called stacking the deck in your own favour...Casino's wouldn't do that now would they? Sounds to me like the contract was voided by both parties, so she has a valid case to say that she's owed the winnings.
I just heard on the news some woman is suing the casino for many $thousands SHE lost gambling? Why would a casino be responsible?