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Blackjack Dealer Accused of Overpaying Player $78K

A blackjack dealer named Roy Mariano, 52, who works for the Mohegan Sun casino in Connecticut ever since it opened in 1996, initially pleaded not guilty last week to cheating the casino he works for out of thousands of dollars. Mr. Mariano allegedly overpaid a player by $78,000 and faced charges on November 30, 2015 in the New London Superior Court. Evidence produced by the Mohegan Sun's investi[...]   Read more » Blackjack Dealer Accused of Overpaying Player $78K

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hell there amigos... can someone with their brains still in their skulls can explain me how the hell did dealer manage to overpay that female player $78,390 by just sneaking $100 chip whenever she won a hand... that's just like only ~784 times when he sneaked a chip and no one from surveillance noticed that... and no pitboss has done the chip count and found that just a few $100 chips missing... just 780 chips or so...

     
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Where is the problem? Less than 800 chips in 16 sessions, means an average of 50 chips every time they pulled the stunt. Doubtfull if this is noticed short term at a casino with a lot of players coming and going.

     
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Posted by pochui:
that's just like only ~784 times when he sneaked a chip and no one from surveillance noticed that... and no pitboss has done the chip count and found that just a few $100 chips missing... just 780 chips or so...

This is an indian casino. Either they should smoke a peace pipe or just simply scalp him.

     
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I would love to get this dealer in my local casino Blink

I agree with shokaku though, I don't understand how they noticed such "small" losses over a pretty long period of time. But never underestimate the security of a casino, we have all seen movies where they bring you in a locked room in the back Big Smile

I like when its the casino getting cheated instead of the casino cheating the players! lol

     
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"Some of the surveillance videos also revealed that Mariano at times hid a $100 chip below a card used to cut the deck and then he slid it to Ms. Rivera."

this is line in the article , give us all the information we need .. he is most definitely guilty , they work together and hoping to get some money
why in the world do they plead not guilty.. they gonna have to prepare to spend some years in prison

     
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I suppose when the knew that he had cheated once they will review as much CCTV as they had on the guy but it was pretty stupid as he should have known that cheating in Vegas is just not tolerated and I expect he will be going to prison for this.

     
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@shokaku- well from my own experience working in a casino i can tell you that paying even a single chip more to the customer, let alone of higher value (which are very meticulously counted by pitbosses) without attracting attention from surveillance staff is really hard and we are talking about 50 chips a session for 16 sessions?

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Posted by bowie1984:
This is an indian casino. Either they should smoke a peace pipe or just simply scalp him.

scalping is always the best option, you can always say sorry if you found out that you made a mistake ans scalped the wrong dude and move on...

     
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Hehe ~ they want him to use my barber ~ he gets paid to scalp me every two months !! Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
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Posted by pochui:
Posted by bowie1984:
This is an indian casino. Either they should smoke a peace pipe or just simply scalp him.

scalping is always the best option, you can always say sorry if you found out that you made a mistake ans scalped the wrong dude and move on...

Only good scalping is when they scalping tickets...

     
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