Harry Kakavas, who wagered nearly $1.5 billion on baccarat in just over a year, claimed the casino knew he had a gambling problem and attempted to exploit him.
The High Court rejected this claim.
“He was able to make rational decisions in his own interests,” read a summary of the court’s ruling. “Crown did not knowingly victimize the appellant by allowing him to gamble.”
Kakavas had first sued the casino in 2007.