Ben Affleck is a gambler? A gambler that is now banned from one of the biggest casinos 11.06.2014

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Ben Affleck has been banned from playing blackjack at Hard Rock Casino for being too good at it.

He hasn't done anything wrong, he's just won so much money, that the casino doesn't want to lose any more to the new Batman who turns out to be a true pro.

Though the casino chiefs have banned the actor for life from the blackjack tables, he can still play any other games.

Although the casinos have a house edge in all casino games, some gamblers still happen to be able to beat the house.

In most cases it has to do with foul play, but not this time - the Hard Rock Casino hasn't accused the actor. The Star magazine's sources say though, that Affleck was asked to leave the table because he was counting cards.

He has been punished later - his wife Jennifer Garner has lost faith in him and wants him to quit gambling.

She accompanied him at the casino and looked embarrassed and ashamed when Affleck was asked to leave.

Affleck's gambling addiction puts a lot of stress on the stars' marriage - they've had a long fight after the incident, that was witnessed by everybody around their hotel room in Vegas.

Garner demanded him to quit gambling and the actor said that he's a grown man and can make his own decisions.

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