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Money bills were thrown in the air to ensure a fast getaway by a casino security officer who fled on foot after stealing P2.8M (about $US67,000) from the casino's vault.
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His attorney said the facts don't add up. " Do you honestly think he woke up one morning, drove across the state and decided to rob a woman in a place full of security cameras? It doesn't make sense if you think about it rationally." He might want to consider the "Zombie Apocalypse" defense.
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A casino employee who had access to valuable players club information hatched an elaborate slot machine scheme and recruited his brother and 3 others to unlawfully win $863,895.
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Tourists along Phnom Penh's popular riverside area are increasingly finding themselves playing a game they can't win. In the past week, numerous instances of a blackjack scam targeting visitors to the capital have been reported in the area. Hmhhh... sounds like a plot for a movie "Gullible's Travels". There's just no honor among thieves anymore.
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Two casino maintenance staff have been detained by police and questioned for their alleged involvement in a collusion scam. The staff installed hidden wireless micro-cameras on a baccarat game and colluding with a player in a plot that cheated the casino for over 3 years.
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Two workers at at Aqueduct's racino handed out forged comp cards in exchange for kickbacks. Two customers were also arrested for their involvement in the scam.
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Two men observed by surveillance operators switching cards on a Three-Card Poker game were arraigned on charges of prohibited acts, theft by deception and two counts each of criminal conspiracy.
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Two people, including a casino employee, were arrested for their roles in a crooked collusion scheme to fraudulently award prizes during a casino promotion.
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The Pit boss allegedly ordered dealers on four separate occasions to give $1,800 in chips to a player who would cash them in and split the money with him. Witnesses told authorities the Pit boss would pretend to talk on the phone with someone complaining about not receiving payment for the bet.
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3 Players and 2 casino employees were arrested for cheating using a deck of marked cards and special contact lenses. Some reports say the players used contact lenses. Some say they wore sunglasses. It looks like not everyone sees eye to eye on this?
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