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Friday, May 26, 2017

Pennsylvania News

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In what is usually reserved for movie plots, a dealer at Hollywood Casino in East Hanover Township and his friend have been charged with cheating the casino out of more than $11,000. Information on the dealer’s arrest remains unknown, however, the accomplice has been charged with twelve counts of fraud, two counts of conspiracy, and one count of theft. The scheme occurred while playing the game Sic Bo, described as a cross between roulette and craps. The dealer would give a verbal signal on when to place bets prior to the winning number being placed on the board. The two men conducted the ruse twelve times in the span of two hours in just one night. The odds of winning the game are 150 to 1, making security instantly suspicious of all the winning in a short span. 

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