We got him back with a whole floor of rooms to himself. And once he was back, he played small. He bet $1,000 a hand instead of his usual $30,000 a hand. But I knew the trick with whales like Ichikawa was that they can't bet small for long. He didn't think of it as winning $10,000 he thought of it as losing $90,000. So, he upped his bets. Until he dropped his winnings back and gave up a million of his own cash. In the casino the cardinal rule is to keep them playing and keep them coming back. The longer they play, the more they lose. In the end, we get it all.