The 10 BIGGEST Casino Scams EVER!! From card counting getting caught to stealing millions and getting away…stay tuned to number 1 to hear about the most insane casino heists ever performed!

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Number 10: The Roselli Brothers.
The advent of the Internet enabled some of the greatest things to ever exist, but it also made possible numerous scams and all kinds of thefts. One of such is the infamous Roselli Scam.
In the time frame from 1995 to 2000, two online scam artists pulled off something insane. They called themselves the “Roselli Brothers” and, during those five years, they operated in casinos from Nevada, Puerto Rico and New Jersey. And they stole $37 million dollars from them.
The Roselli brothers hired someone who was great with computer hacker and managed to obtain credit information for people with really good credit scores and, within just a couple of months, the Roselli Brothers were able to get credit lines from major casinos, and up the stakes. What happened next is like something from the “Ocean’s Eleven” franchise: by the year 2000, they were playing 100k-bets per hand. After cleaning the casinos out, the Rosellis disappeared. No one could find any trace that would lead to them. The FBI needed additional six month to realize what had happened – nobody had even known that the heist had even occurred! And needless to say, the name Roselli Brothers was just a backdrop, as the real Rosellis had died years ago. To this day, no one knows who the casino scammers were.
Number 9: The Cigarette Scam.
The previous entry was like something out of Ocean’s 11, but this one – this is straight James Bond material right here. And it involved a pack of cigarette – how fitting.
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In 1973, at the Casino Deauville in France, a roulette scam took place, and it made the list of the smartest casino scams ever. The set-up is as follows: one of the casino’s dealers was also in charge of the radio signaling. He had come up with a radio transmitter that was a perfect fit for a pack of smokes. But that was just one piece of the puzzle; there was also a receiver, a weightless one, which the dealer had placed inside a roulette ball. Of course, it was the roulette ball from the table he was working at.
The dealer’s brother-in-law played as an unknown casino visitor, and he placed bets at the table. The third member of the gang, the dealer’s sister, used the pack of cigarettes and pressed the transmitter button. Every time the button was pressed, the roulette ball would slide off from its spin and fall into a group of only six numbers that were possible per combination. The roulette ball was 90% accurate, and the team managed to rake in over $5 million in one week. They were eventually caught, not because their scam fell through, but because the dealer’s sister was so good-looking that she caught the attention of the casino staff. After realizing he was always at the table, they became suspicious… But the cigarette scam is still one of the biggest ever.
Number 8: The Contact Lens Scam.
Technology can really help you go a long way – especially if you’re creative.
This scam took place in 2011, when a Frenchman, backed by three Italians, stole little over $80,000 from a casino in Cannes, using a really smart method. The game they played was stud poker; what the Frenchman would do is mark the card decks with special ink the normal eye cannot detect – and then the three Italians wore special kinds of contact lenses. These lenses could notice the marking made on the card decks.
When two substantial winnings took place in the same casino, the staff members became very alert. Right away, they called the police. But once the police came, it took them quite some time to figure what had happened. It was pretty clear, right from the start, that invisible ink was involved, but the police couldn’t prove how the scammers were able to see the ink. After an in-depth investigation, they saw that each of the scammers had those contact lenses. In the end, the scammers all faced long jail sentences, but this has got to be one of the most creative casino scams ever.
Number 7: The Edge Sorting Scam.
Before we get into it, let’s first make sure you know what “edge sorting” really is. It’s a method of memorizing cards in a deck, and using them for running all kinds of shady plans. In order to do this, you have to be good with the cards; I mean, you have to have your “way” with them.

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  3. Ivy case is total bs. If a player can pay that much attention to details of the deck and to the game? Its not his fault, it's the casinos for being careless about their decks. What a fuckin scam. They earn millions and millions a year but when this guy wins his money fair he's called a "cheater." Fuck that casino.

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    Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

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    Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. I purposely invented Ruvol to give chess a direct “apple-to-apple” competition.

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  6. Fact check for your Phil Ivey story – He was not edge sorting. His partner sitting at the table with him was and signaling to him. His partner was an Asian woman who was well trained in edge sorting, Phil does not posses this talent. His contribution to the scam was being able to have the game rules slightly modified to make the game more conducive to reading the edges, this was because of his hi–roller status.

  7. BlackJack and Pontoon (Copy and Share)

    The idea is to look and know the cards which you deal to your player and play for him. The card coming out is to be examined close to a 45-60 degrees (it can vary) angle towards to you as you see it. The faster you deal, the more hands, the more winnings. The better it looks.

    This is a skillful exercise which takes time to execute.

    1. Your friend must be the player dealt last (preferably), so the dealer could receive the bad card. Its best to go one-on-one but casinos are busy places…

    2. The signal is to be vague at times and sometimes correct. Use two fingers, the signal could be on a 45 degree angle…use your imagination.

    3. Waste their time, delay the game, drop your drink and get rid of everyone on the table if you want one-on-one.

    4. Betting pattern: 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-1. 1-1 1-2. Double or nothing. You will win 70%-75% of all hands on average.

    5. Play perfect pairs, play stupid at times. What the hell are you doing?

    6. Social engineering. Act drunk. Drink. Have an Asian, be Asian this is Australia…. Wear wealthy attire. Wear poor attire. Look the part for each area. Buy a silicon mask. Cap. Spot/s on your face. Makeup/Foundation/Tan. Wig. Glasses. Do not have some woman who is ultra attractive with tits hanging out, this is worst thing which could happen. I have left tables on these occasions. Those security men look for chicks all the time when its Friday night. Same goes with men.

    7. VIP Access: ask a friend or someone on the floor to get you inside, wearing the correct attire for the particular situation. Main 'Average Joe' floor is usually better.

    8. How much do you win on a night? Depends on the tables and the minimum. I suggest no more than 15k at one sitting, ever…wear a Hugo Boss Suit. Come in, come out. How much do you arrive with?: 30 Units/Chips. (30 x $50 for example)

    9. Communication: Everything in code wth a cheap phone and delete messages. For example, Maple Room Pit 16. Code: Roy Keane (RK). Main Floor Section 4: Virgil.

    10. When its busy, is the best time.

    11. Be busy on the phone, chat to the players. Win Lose Win Lose. Alternate between your left and right hand for signals throughout the week.

    12. Sometimes have all your friends sit on all the chairs, sometimes…no social media, remain anonymous, be private, change names.

    13. Do gamble on other games, but its not necessary.

    14. Ask for the toilet to the Pit Manager if you are stuck…

    15. When the Pit Manager arrives, lower your betting and play stupid at times if one on one. Your signal will tell your friend.

    16. Cash out your chips the next day and change chips at another table/game. ie. Baccarat. Not neccessary, but do it sometimes.

    17. Different colour contact lenses.

    18. Look slow and tired.

    19. When it is quiet, don't win that much. 1-5k. Few hundred here and there.

    20. If you are concerned, just try a few hands and wins at first…You will be surprised how careless the CCTV team are and how lax they are. Actually, they have a lot to contend with.

    21. The final number. The name of the game. Good luck. Share 50/50 at the end of the day…

    I have other trick on Baccarat, but you can YouTube it, you will need to bring similar cards to what they have and its a once off…

  8. When you win at slots and they claim the machine malfunctioned and they take away your prize how do we know when the the machine is malfunctioning when the house wins?

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  11. There are a lot of comments concerning IVEY. What has not been mentioned is IVEY and the Casino had an arrangement prior to IVEY even playing. 1. Same decks, 2 Same Dealer, 3. IVEY had someone with him that was an expert in edge sorting. 4. His bets had to be a MIN of $5000 a hand, and he had to place several million in the casinos safe as collateral. This whole thing is a case of the casino agreeing to terms set by a high roller to get them into the casino, with the player agreeing to the casinos term of funds and min bets. IVEY simply made the bets, his edge sorting pro did the work.

  12. Ivey requested that specific deck of cards and a chinese dealer. His guest with him was an amazing edge sorter and spoke mandarin to take the dealers attention. The casino knew and let it happen lol dudes playing 4D chess

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