World-renowned poker player Phil Ivey won £7.6 million — about $11.9 million — in one spectacular run of punto banco, a baccarat game. Crockfords is charging that Ivey observed tiny flaws in the game's cards, and used that knowledge to give the house a severe thrashing. As a result, the casino is refusing to pay, and Ivey has filed suit to receive his withheld winnings.
So just to review: the casino was sloppy. A player DID NOT cheat to win. And they still aren't paying? Explain "business ethics."