No Constitutional Right to Gamble

October 3, 2014

  • 92 Constitutional Law
  • 92XXVII Due Process
  • 92XXVII(G) Particular Issues and Applications
  • 92XXVII(G)12 Trade or Business
  • 92k4266 Particular Subjects and Regulations
  • 92k4285 Gambling and gaming

10-03-14Blackjack players who counted cards did not have constitutionally protected property interest in opportunity to gamble, and therefore countermeasures used by casinos and authorized by state casino commission to defeat such players did not violate due process.

Doug Grant, Inc. v. Greate Bay Casino Corp., 232 F.3d 173, (C.A.3 (Pa.), 2002)