London casinos face possible attack of gamblers equipped with a roulette cheatind device

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London Casinos and Roulette Cheaters

by Sarah Guler
2006-09-17 10:07:00
London casinos face possible attack of gamblers equipped with a roulette cheatind device

The gadget uses software to calculate where the little white ball is most likely to land or in other words it consists of a concealed clicker that records the ball, and a computer that calculates its speed and motion and then delivers a prediction of where it will land via an earpiece. However, it has not yet been declared illegal by British gambling regulators.

Gambling analysts claim that the Gaming Commission appears unwilling to ban the devices because it would be an admission that roulette can be biased, nevertheless, the Commission has urged casinos not to pay players caught using the gadget.

The devices cost about 1.000 pounds or 1.268 dollars. It came to the commission's attention a couple of years ago when a suspected gang of professional gamblers used them to win more than one million pounds ($1.64 million) at the Ritz casino in London. The mystery around Ritz casino and 1.64 million dollars remains unsolved.

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