David Powers liked to wager. He and a friend arrived at the Hilton Casino in Atlantic City for a two-day stay. It was Powers’ fourth visit to the hotel. They checked in at the front desk and received electronic room keys. Clearly visible signs, posted there and in each room, notified guests that the hotel was not responsible “for valuables or other property left in room,” and that the hotel had a safe for valuables.
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