Those of you who have read my books know that my favorite casino to cheat during my 25-year cheat career was Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Well, apparently some of Caesars' own dealers and employees are taking a liking to rip off Caesars as well. Last month, Gaming Control Board agents arrested a ticket writer at the Caesars Palace sports book for allegedly stealing chips used to pay for bets and passing them off to an associate who cashed them out.
If that wasn´t enough, just days later GCB agents caught a craps dealer pocketing $1,000 in chips that slipped from a hole in his pocket into his shoe. It isn't clear how many of the grand chips he got away with, but based on my experience at Caesars, where they had very loose controls on their $1,000 chips, I'd say it was several dozen at least. BAck in my casino cheat heyday, I worked over Caesars Palace in Vegas with $5,000 chips and made a bundle. The question is: Will dealers start palming and stealing those biggies too???