Toh Hock Thiam, a 54-year-old Singaporean male was charged in court on January 2, 2016 due to possession and use of counterfeit casino chips.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) stated in a news release, "Toh was believed to be the boss of a syndicate that is responsible for the counterfeit casino chips in Singapore and for that he was arrested in Malaysia on December 31, 2015."
Right after an arre[...] Read more » Suspected Boss of Fake Casino Chip Syndicate Arrested in Singapore
Joined: Oct '14
Location: South Africa
Age: 37 (M)
I am glad to hear about this as i am sure there are many who are doing the same thing and have not get been caught. These type of people take our money and feel its ok to promise things and not deliver at the end. He must stay in jail and to be honest a 7 year jail time is too little for what he has done
Joined: Oct '15
Age: 33 (M)
I totally disagree with you dee6977. Everyone has their own strategy to attempt to profit from a casino. Examples :blackjack players counting cards, roulette players using the martingale system, phil ivey edge sorting. He just got caught trying to beat the system. I say f*** the system.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
Exchanging my home made chips with those used by the casino when playing at a casino, winning and losing like a normal player, and get money with that, it's just the same as having Ivey or anyone else at high stakes tables with fake dolars printed at home... This doesn't seem the same as counting cards to me...
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
well this actually is one of the best systems helping to beat you house edge i have ever seen. fake chips... lol. probably one of the best businesses out there, topped only by printing money and knitting ball warmers. this dude is probably a cult hero amongst singaporean gamblers.
There is literally nothing that the chinese could not clone if they have got their hands on the originals (iphones, cars, entire cities without drainage systems - u name it they have it) so big suprise they even help other asians to be able 2 prosper in their not so legal enterprises. Macau has it coming.