Just a few thoughts. I was surprised at Chris Andrews' rather rambling account of banning Fezzik. It seemed hinged on playing parlay cards with stale numbers, using beards and betting after midnight. IMO, rather weak, but SP obviously has the right to limit anyone.
Fezzik's response seemed to clarify the issues. He ran parlay cards with stale numbers from 1994 onward in Reno with Chris at the Cal-Neva. I have friends who were middling parlay cards in the 80's and I was doing it on a small scale starting in 1993, but the books got wise and started just taking off games with big line changes. And they reduced odds/payouts or would tend to have a supervisor approve any parlay over some small amount.
Fezzik claims he stopped with the group betting over a decade ago and I tend to believe him because it is complicated whose share is whose and to collect. A BW operation can do it, but that's on a large scale. It's hard to understand why the ticket writers would be so against Fezzik that they would carry Andrews on their shoulders. Is it they don't like running parlay cards or taking bets? Or is it their job in such jeopardy from Fezzik winning that they want to see him tossed? Or is it they just don't like him?
So to come back to Chris's reasons, why would he ban Fezzik in 2018 for mostly historical actions that had been abandoned? Very odd, to say the least. I have met both guys in person and like most others, find them very friendly and engaging.