Earlier this February, the Nevada Gaming Board Commission regulators ruled in favor of one poker player who claimed his right to win the prize from a bad beat jackpot. Now, a second high-profile case involving a poker dealer has popped up and the Commission has reached a verdict.
A poker dealer in Las Vegas suspected of stealing at his previous workplace have pushed Nevada gaming regulators last [...] Read more » Poker Dealer in Sin City loses Job after Rare Gaming Commission Hearing
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 44 (F)
One more case with evidence from a camera. I dont think the judge needed anything more to rule this one out. And of course this wont be the last dealer stealing from a casino More will try in the future, despite the security measures.
Thats a smart thing to do,...stealing 5$ chips and then in a casino,.. were the have hundreds off cameras all pointing at the tables,..and the dealers,. What a smart move it was from the dealer,.. O well now he got to deal with it
Joined: May '08
Age: 36 (M)
well yeah I have to agree with some of the comments above- this is a bit stupid thing to do, risk your current and future job by stealing small time... sure this might was a different situation if he actually amassed a decent sum by continually pocketing those $5 chips... but I seriously doubt that
of course it was not just once .... just this time it was caught ..... of course a small amount of 5 dollars but if he did it regularly then in the end he had a good extra income .... but of course it's very it's stupid because the cameras in the casino see everything and hope that they will not catch him cleverly
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 42 (M)
It is possible as this dealer to steal but to succeed to escape. Perhaps the cop is right, but he can not prove this. It's interesting with the wealth statement. Maybe his money in the accounts should be tracked and in this way he will be able to prove it as this dealer made money illegally.