I was dealing blackjack and it was the start of the shift; I tapped out the day shift dealer and she points to an empty chair with 4 stacks of green chips ($2,000) and said, "The player went to the bathroom, and he’ll be right back.” She clapped out and left for the day and I started dealing. 5 minutes later this guy walks straight to the seat, sits down and starts playing $50 per hand. Ok, I’m thinking, this must be the guy. For 5 minutes we are playing and he is actually doing quite well when another guy (guy #2) walks up to the table and starts screaming, “Security! Security! He is stealing my money!” The floorman Kyle rushes over and makes guy #1 stop playing. Kyle then called the cameras and find’s out that it is guy #2’s money. Well, since guy #1 was winning the Kyle decided to let guy #2 keep the winnings and he let guy #1 go with a warning. Guy #1 got up and walked over to the very next table where there was an empty spot with money and he sat down and started playing with that money. Kyle was so pissed he rushed over there and started yelling at guy #1. “What are you doing? You just got in trouble over there and now you are doing it again at the next table and you expect me not to notice?” It turned out that guy #1 was completely wasted and he left his chips, went to the bathroom, and when he came out of the bathroom he forgot where he was sitting. So he was wandering around the casino, looking for an empty spot with money thinking it was his. We had to have security walk him around the casino looking for a dealer who recognized him. When he found his seat, security told me later that he had $50 total at his seat. Imagine being so drunk you think your $50 in red chips turned into $2,000 in green chips.