The other gambler, Kuala Lumpur-based businessman Low Lin, will most likey be served at his consumer credit company’s address or elsewhere. Allegedly, Low owes the casino some $442,210 in losses. Since he is based abroad, High Court permission is required to serve him the suit papers.

The casino says Low requested $1 million in advanced credit last April and they gave him $500,000.

While he did pay $45,000 of his total debts, he still has about $442,210 left outstanding.

Even though it is unlikely that Marina Bay Sands will recover its losses, they hope their attempts to pursue these defaulters will help deter future ones.

Marina Bay Sands is owned by the same company the operates the Venetian and Palazzo, two major Las Vegas casino resorts.

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