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Mar 29th 2008 4:08PM Just want to clear up any misunderstanding here. The person described in this incident actually complained to the Borgata. in his note, his complaint was that he was not permitted to gamble without presenting his passport. He wasn't asked to leave simply because he had no ID. He just was not permitted to gamble. In New Jersey underage gaming is not permitted and is a serious offense. It's not reasonable to expect that any establishment to know the authenticity of every form of ID in the world -- thus the reason for requiring a passport for activities that require a legal age (i.e. gaming and drinking alcohol). In most cases, persons in a foreign country are expected to present a passport for just this reason.