When players enter casinos, they may be game to try out their luck, but casinos are meticulously designed to ensure that they play as long as possible—lucky or not. Casinos conveniently have no windows, so patrons have a harder time tracking the time passing at the tables. They serve free drinks to gamblers to help loosen inhibitions (and open wallets). They carefully calculate wins and losses to make sure dealers aren't in cahoots with players. And not only do they monitor every table through video surveillance to look out for suspicious activity, but they also hire undercover security to patrol the floor.

A lot of money goes into casinos, and that's where the owners want it to stay. In fact, most casino games have a built-in house advantage, which can reach between .5 percent to 30 percent, depending on the game. If you cost the casino too much money, no doubt casinos will think twice before they open their doors to you again.

Although winning too much is a rare reason for casinos to ban a customer, it could theoretically happen. Gambling operations are privately owned businesses and can refuse service to anyone without providing a reason. A handful of celebrities have admitted to being banned from casinos because Lady Luck was happily on their side while playing blackjack. (A game that only gives the house as little as 0.28% of an edge when played with liberal Vegas rules.) One celeb was shut out simply for perceived prowess; he didn't even make it to the gambling tables. Still, another one was banned for less stellar reasons.

So which notable figures got the boot? ATS.io compiled a list of five famous people who've been banned from casinos using various news articles. Read on to see which celebrities broke casinos' banks and, in one case, also broke a casino's trash can.

Celebrities Who’ve Been Banned From Casinos

From card counters to sore losers, these five famous people have been banned from casinos, according to news articles compiled by ATS.io. 

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