I finally had enough of their BS and posted this review of Caesars Indiana this morning: This past year I qualified for Seven Star status for the first time, which is supposed to be Caesar's most elite rewards program. Since I have received Seven Stars I have never been treated so poorly by this Casino! I have been going to Caesar's Indiana since the day they first opened, and were nothing but a gravel parking lot with a wooden ramp to get onto their river boat. I even went so far as to work there as a dealer for one year ( A job which I loved but had to give up for a new job) I had always been treated great by Caesars until recently. This past year I actually played enough to qualify for Caesar's Seven Star Status. I actually had to call the casino three time to inquire about receiving my status up grade. They reluctantly gave it to me in March. Since receiving it I have never been treated more poorly by a casino. I went there this past weekend to celebrate a friend's birthday and everything was fine until we finished eating and went to gamble. I went to play blackjack and was informed that (Despite the fact that I have never won money overall for any year since the day they opened, and was up only $300 dollars) my play was "too good" and I was no longer allowed to play blackjack there. ( I guess knowing basic strategy is not allowed), and apparently you are not allowed to have more than three winning nights in a row at this casino. I then went to cash my chips at the cashier, after being kicked off the blackjack table, standing in the Seven Star line, and stood there as they took the three people in the gold/platinum line ahead of us. My friends went and played slots (Loosing all their money of course) while I returned to the hotel room that I had reserved from Friday night to Sunday morning. The next morning I decided that since I was no longer allowed to play blackjack I would go fishing in the river near by. I took my suitcase with me in case I needed to change clothes before returning. When I returned to my room to shower and go eat breakfast the next day my room key did not work and someone was obviously inside my room. I went to the front desk and they informed me that they gave my room away because there was no luggage in it. I informed them that I had reserved it until Sunday, but this apparently did not matter to them. I then went down to the food court to get breakfast, standing in the Seven's Stars line, and once again everyone standing in the gold/platinum line was taken ahead of us. I'm certain that this treatment is intentional due to receiving Seven Star status while only losing $9,000 last year. I will be taking my business elsewhere because Caesar's Indiana only wants guaranteed LOSERS playing in their casino!!! If you win, even a little, they will kick you out and treat you like crap!