A married mother spent 96 hours playing baccarat at Crown Casino in a marathon gambling session before napping in front of poker machines, the Victorian royal commission into the gambling giant has heard.
The former doctor, whose identity has been suppressed, played the popular card game across four straight days at the Southbank casino in Melbourne.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
When the woman wanted a 'break' from the tables, she had a series of micro sleeps when sitting in front of the pokies, the Crown inquiry revealed.
The development comes as the inquiry also heard Crown, which is backed by billionaire James Packer, hired just 12 responsible service of gambling staff to monitor tens of thousands of patrons at the venue, which is open 24 hours a day.
Crown Melbourne VIP Mahogany Room Executive Peter Lawrence has previously admitted to targeting vulnerable problem gamblers, according to the Australian Financial Review.
A married mother spent almost 100 hours playing baccarat at Crown in Melbourne