United Kingdom: Man who spent £27 million in Mayfair casino has case dismissed by High Court Tom Wood, LADbible · March 4, 2021 at 2:00 am A man who gambled £27,000,000 during a five-night stay in a casino has lost his case at the High Court. Juste Puharic claimed that the Park Lane Club in Mayfair owed him nearly £250,000 after he spent £27 million at the casino in 2015, ending his stay £1.2 million in credit. The Croatian businessman – who called himself a ‘high roller’ – told the court he was offered an incentive to play roulette and was owed £244,000. However, that claim was dismissed by the judge, who said that he was a well-known figure among the casinos of the swanky London borough. Judge Gavin Mansfield reached the conclusion that Mr Puharic had not reached a ‘concluded agreement’ surrounding incentives and bonuses with Silverbond Enterprises. The High Court heard the evidence in November, but Judge Mansfield’s ruling was announced on Wednesday.