The Hunt for the Mysterious Big Winner at Las Vegas Mogul’s New China Casino

Sands says winning streak by ‘Lady Luck’ dented profit; at Parisian in Macau, no one has seen her

The Parisian, which opened in September, is the fifth property opened by Sands in Macau, the only place in China where casinos are allowed.PHOTO: AFP/GETTY IMAGES

By EseErheriene
March 3, 2017

A mysterious gambler whose winning streak was blamed Las Vegas Sands Las Vegas SandsCorp.for denting profit at its newest property in Macau is proving elusive.

Sands earlier this year said its $2.9 billion Parisian casino—fronted by a half-size Eiffel Tower replica—had made far less money per mass-market gambling table than anticipated.

“One particular customer, she wins every day and she’s doing very well and she affected the numbers,” Sands Chief Operating Officer Robert Goldstein said on a January call with U.S. investors. Mr. Goldstein didn’t provide more specifics about the customer or disclose the size of her winnings.

Read the full article here.

Share this article