Blackjack Cheating on the Rise in Pennsylvania
August 4th, 2010 by Site Admin
The state of Pennsylvania appears to behaving a lot of problem with cheating at its newly opened blackjack tables. Reports of cheaters at the tables surfaced soon after Pennsylvania had legalized its blackjack table games and launched a new set of them in state owned casinos.
So far, three incidents have been noted, but it is possible that there have been several more blackjack cheaters who may have managed to pass undetected. The Hollywood Casino appears to be a favorite among cheaters and has recorded two separate occurrences of blackjack players trying to trick the system in two of its branch casinos.
A blackjack dealer at the Hollywood Casino based at the Penn National Race Course intercepted Thomas Albright, a young player who had tried to pull away one the chips from his wager after he had lost a bet. Since his offense was not severe, he was juts banned fro the casino in a slap on the wrist gesture.
Things got more serious at the Grantville Hollywood Casino, when security intercepted Claudie Kenion repeatedly changing bets and moving his chips. The Mount Pocono casino on the other hand, caught a man passing off fake ships at the tables.
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