Friday, September 12, 2008

More On Connecticut Baccarat Cheat Scam State Of The Art Cheating Device

The baccarat cheating ring recently busted by Connecticut State Police that was operating at Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun casino apparently was using a micro computer with specially designed software to predict which cards would come out of the shoe with startling accuracy. Unlike the recent giant international false shuffle baccarat scam where players kept track of the order of cards dealt from an entire shoe that the dealer false shuffled to protect the order for the next shoe, this ring had computers that used super software to accurately predict which cards would come out of the shoe during play. Of course the accuracy of the device was not near the perfection achieved with tracking and false shuffling, but it was certainly good enough to give the cheaters a huge advantage.

In other news, there were 12 more indictments today in the Tran Organization baccarat scam that blanketed Indian Reservation casinos across the US and Canada from 2002 to 2007. There have already been scores of cop-outs and convictions in this scam, which is the largest organized casino scam in history--at least as far as is known! If there ever was a bigger one, either the cheats got away with it or the authorities covered it up!