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Cheating is dangerous and often illegal. Although there are many professional card cheaters, they would be stupid to publicly advertise that fact. There are some that are considered "converted" and have come clean to write about their exploits. The majority of information on the subject is written and produced by researchers, journalists, consultants, gamblers and magicians who have studied the art of cheating. The people who are represented here should not be confused with "card cheaters" and we do not recommend that anyone pursue this as a career. Acquiring knowledge about the subject is however invaluable to anyone who plays cards.

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In The News

Pre-Arranged RunsPre-Arranged Runs
A WCPO story explains that, "Three former Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati employees were among six people indicted in two separate gaming scams, according to the Ohio Casino Control Commission." The main cheating technique was explained as, "Table games supervisor… would fix the order of cards in a deck at a mini baccarat table, according to officials. He would then signal an accomplice… when to place significant wagers." To read the July 17 article titled, "Former Horseshoe Casino employees indicted on cheating charges" click: HERE. (7/2015)

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NYC Dealer SchoolNYC Dealer School
A Daily News article profiles a new dealer's school in New York City which quotes the main instructor, "The casino always wins, so if the casino doesn't win, it means the player is cheating or stealing." The article also explained, "Shuffle the cards. Count the checks. Guard the shoe. And assume the worst about mankind. These are the biggest lessons aspiring casino dealers need to learn if they want to cash in on New York’s coming gaming boom." To read the July 8 article by Justin Rocket Silverman titled, "Higher Education for High Rollers and Dealers at the new Big Deal Casino Academy" click: HERE. (7/2015)

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Borgatagate Almost OverBorgatagate Almost Over
The man who introduced counterfeit poker chips into a Borgata tournament in 2014 was charged for the crime. According to a Press of Atlantic City article he "…was indicted by an Atlantic County grand jury on charges of second-degree trademark counterfeiting, second-degree attempted theft by deception and third-degree criminal mischief." To read the July 8 article by Tyler R. Tynes titled, "Man indicted for using counterfeit chips in 2014 Borgata Poker Tournament" click: HERE. (7/2015)
 
More News
The RubaiyatThe Rubaiyat
A Poker News article discusses and previews the upcoming Potter & Potter auction of gambling and cheating devices. It reported that, "The auction's signature item is Lot 115, a copy of Kirke LaSelle's Poker Rubaiyat (hand-numbered 244 of 274 copies). This 1902 book, published out of a 'printing shack' in Arizona by Bandar Log Press, features beautiful poker illustrations, originally cut with a jackknife." To read the June 23 article by Michael Craig titled, "A History of Gambling and Casinos, For Show and For Sale, This Week" click: HERE. (6/2015)
  Microchiped CardsMicrochiped Cards
A CardsChat News article reported that "According to a recent report by Pokernews, a Dutch website called Gambleromania has been advertising a card chipping service as well as pre-chipped cards identical to those being used at the WSOP… Although a representative for the website explained that the cards are for entertainment purposes only and not to be used inside a brick and mortar casino, the possibility is there and that has raised a number of security questions." To read the June 11 article by Daniel Smyth titled, "Microchips And Cards Cause Concern At WSOP" click: HERE. (6/2015)
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Cheating At WSOP?Cheating At WSOP?
A CNBC article reported on the possible cheating that took place at the WSOP Heads-Up Championship. According to the article, "A poker player who won $54,545 at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas is accused of cheating by his opponents… Players competing against Coca think he may have been marking the cards, either with some kind of invisible ink, or by making a tiny indent or crease with his fingers. His opponents suspect he may have marked the aces and the kings. The World Series of Poker, owned by Caesar's, said in a statement to CNBC: 'We treat these allegations seriously and have been investigating since this matter came to our attention. Our next update will be provided when the investigation is complete.'" To read the June 9 article by Paul Amin titled, "Accused poker cheater wins $54,000" click: HERE. (6/2015)
  Massive AuctionMassive Auction
On June 27-28, 2015 Potter & Potter will run a two-day auction with 812-lots titled, "Rare Playing Cards & Gambling Memorabilia." It will feature Ronald Wohl's lifelong collection/accumulation of gambling themed books, equipment, prints and advertising. Many of the items and cheating devices are very rare, gaffed and difficult to find. It also includes an extensive collection of rare playing cards. For more about the auction and to bid click: HERE.
>>>To purchase a printed catalog from Gambling Incorporated click: HERE. (6/2015)
 
Recent News
Blackjack Past PostingBlackjack Capping
And Oxford Hills Sun Journal article reported that, "A Lewiston man is barred from Maine casinos for a year after admitting he conned Oxford Casino in blackjack games… After becoming suspicious of his winnings, casino security reviewed video surveillance, discovering Zhang raised his bet only after the outcome of the hand was known, Beauchesne said." To read the May 13 article by Christopher Crosby titled, "Lewiston man barred from casinos after cheating at blackjack" click: HERE. (5/2015)

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Switching Cards Is Not Cheating?Switching Cards Is Not Cheating?
An Express-Times article reported that, "A New Jersey man is accused of cheating at three card poker games at the Sands casino, netting him $1,155 in winnings, according to court records… When confronted, [he] told officials he was unaware that he could not switch hands, records say. Video footage at the casino revealed that [he] was seen bet capping six times for a benefit of $80, court papers say. Another eight times, the 35-year-old allegedly used a card switching trick to better his odds of winning, police say." To read the April 30 article by Sarah M. Wojcik titled, "New Jersey man accused of cheating at Sands casino poker table" click: HERE. (4/2015)

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Mobile Cheating At ChessMobile Cheating At Chess
An excellent article about cheating in general that is focused on cheating in the Chess world. The Guardian article reports that, "Petrosian informed the authorities, who searched Nigalidze but found nothing. Petrosian was adamant however, and eventually Nigalidze's favourite cubicle [toilet] was searched as well. ‘What they found,' Petrosian claims, 'was the mobile phone with headphones; the device was hidden behind the pan and covered with toilet paper… Soon afterwards the Georgian was expelled from the competition. 'Nigalidze denied he owned the device,' the organisers said in a statement, 'but officials … found it was logged into a social networking site under Nigalidze's account. They also found his game being analysed in one of the chess applications.'" To read the April 17 article by Leo Benedictus titled, "Cheating the system: from chess to pub quizzes, how technology has made breaking the rules easier than ever" click: HERE. (4/2015)

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Magnetic ManipulationMagnetic Manipulation
A KFOX14 article reported that, "A woman accused of using a magnet to manipulate a gaming machine at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino was indicted. According to the Dona Ana County District Attorney's office, [she] was seen doing 'suspicious activity,' and when she was approached by a casino security officer, the officer stated he heard a loud clicking noise coming from the machine. The officer found a small magnet attached to the right side of the machine, which had accrued two jackpot winning credits." To read the April 17 article by Jesse Martinez titled, "Woman accused of cheating at Sunland Park Casino indicted" click: HERE. (4/2015)
  Crimps, Nicks & DentsCrimps, Nicks & Dents
A Mirror article reported that, "A 62-year-old man who tried to escape abroad after being arrested for cheating at poker at casinos across the UK has been jailed for eighteen months... [He] used sleight of hand to bend specific cards at the poker table, so that he would later be able to tell what the dealer and other players had been dealt, giving him a significant advantage. He spent hours playing at one table so that he could dent the centre of as many cards as he wanted. He was so swift, and the dents so subtle, that his cheating initially went unnoticed." To read the March 16 article by Nicola Bartlett titled, "Casino cheat who won £43,000 by counting cards then tried to flee country jailed" click: HERE. (3/2015)
 
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