Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Cheats Continue to Run Amok in Singapore's Resorts World Sentosa Casino!

As I had predicted, casino cheats are having a field day over in Singapore. We've been hearing about people getting caught, but they are the rank amateurs, the latest being forty-six year-old Alice Lau Qian Xiu, who recently got busted for claiming $630 from a cashout ticket that belonged to another gambler. Before her it was a taxi driver who tried a lame $200 pastposting move on the baccarat table. All of this coincides with the dozens of casino infractions being committed to gain entry to the casino and avoid paying the entry tax (only Singapore citizens have to pay it).

But what you're not hearing about, simply because the Singaporean casino authorities have little or no idea it's happening, are the crack professional cheat teams who are wearing out Resorts World Sentosa's tables with cheat moves at a pace that rivals what happened in the rookie days of Atlantic City and Foxwoods in Connecticut. Not surprisingly, my classic ten-oh-five blackjack move is being done on Sentosa's baccarat tables by more than half a dozen teams. The dealers and supervisors don't seem to have a clue. And of course, my Savannah move has been borrowed and is showing her stuff there as well. Italian roulette cheats are in town, doing their very strong pastpost slide moves, and whatever inside dealer cheating is going on, I will let you know as soon as I have it. Expect a lot of that, once the Chinese gangs get a foothold in the casino.

How long do I think this cheat barrage will last?

Well, if we take Atlantic City as an example, it will be a good 3 to 5 years.

If we take Foxwoods as an example...well, it could last forever! Why am I saying this? Simply because Foxwoods, almost two decades after opening, remains the easiest major casino in the world to cheat.