11 Players Face 5 Years in Prison for Cheating 12 Casinos

15 Sep 2008

Last Friday in San Diego eleven players were accused of cheating 12 casinos.

The U.S. Justice Department reports that 11 cheaters were accused of taking part in conspiracy with the aim to cheat 12 casinos. Each member of the team is found guilty for stealing money and other property from the tribal casinos and following their racketeering scheme with the help of foreign commence.

According to the police, the players bribed the casino dealers who performed false shuffles and dealt cards in the exact sequences. The cheaters' plan included such casino games as blackjack and baccarat.

Moreover, the players were accused of using different devices and software to predict the sequences of cards. Now all the defendants face 5 years prison sentence.

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