Dealer in $1.8m Keluaran Hk casino scam, court told

A Crown Casino baccarat dealer who helped defraud the casino of $1.8 million by incorrectly shuffling her cards was paid $20,000 for her part in the scam, a court heard yesterday.

Tiffany Moss, 32, of Bayswater, pleaded guilty in the County Court to conspiring to defraud Crown Casino of $1.8 million in July, 1998. The court heard that Moss had been approached in 1996 by a man she had seen at the casino’s Mahogany Room, but refused to meet him.

In 1997, the same man approached her again and she agreed to meet him because she was “curious” about what he had to say, the court heard. At a Box Hill cafe, the man allegedly showed Moss how to shuffle a deck of cards slowly and in such a way that the face side of the card could be seen.

The court heard that Moss carried out her part of the scam on July 26, 1998, and casino security cameras captured Moss incorrectly shuffling the cards twice during her shift.

Prosecutor T. P. Burke told the court that a woman had videotaped the cards with a camera hidden in her handbag, which she placed on the baccarat table. The video was then watched frame-by-frame in a hotel room nearby, so the offenders knew what order the cards were in, Mr Burke said.

 

“It’s pretty sophisticated if it happened in the way you say,” Judge Graeme Crossley told Mr Burke.

Baccarat, the court was told, was predominantly a Keluaran Hk game of chance. Two cards are dealt for the banker (or the house) and two for the player. Gamblers place bets on the hand they believe will be closest to nine.

“So if you know the order of the cards, you know the outcome of any game,” Mr Burke told the court.

Fifty minutes after Moss had incorrectly shuffled the cards, a well-known casino high roller, Ko Kon Tong, who was jailed in 2001 for his part in a heroin ring, sat at Moss’ table and won $1.4 million. Tong won 32 hands, lost 10 hands and tied at least …

ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL Ligaz888 ENTERTAINMENT, LTD (AIEE) ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER

Boca Raton, Florida, December 10, 1997 – Atlantic International Entertainment, Ltd. (NASDAQ- BB- AIEE) announced that Karen S. Welch has been appointed as Senior Vice President of Operations and General Manager.

Atlantic’s President & CEO, Richard A. Iamunno stated that “Ms. Welch brings to Atlantic significant market knowledge, experience and a long record of successful projects. The addition of Karen Welch has underlined our commitment to expand the current management team and infrastructure while positioning the company to handle the increase in worldwide demand for our products and services”.

 

Karen Welch, stated that “I look forward to being a member of the Atlantic International Entertainment team, and the opportunity to share my experience and knowledge as AIE™ begins its’ new growth period. Karen Welch had worked for IBM Corporation for twenty years in various New York locations and Florida. She managed various software organizations, ranging from PC operating systems to embedded systems and formed a Business Development Organization, which marketed to Fortune 500 companies. Her management responsibilities have included development, service, support, marketing and business development. Karen most recently worked for CyberGuard Corporation as the Director of NT Development and Alliances and later as Director of Business Development.

 

AIE develops and markets Internet and Private Network transaction based products including global turn-key Internet Casino Extension™, (ICE™) for licensed casinos; webSports, its Internet Sports Wagering Product, Hotel Hotlinks, in-room gaming and entertainment system, realSports, an online sports information service and the Internet related product and services (The EmiNet Domain).

 

This press release contains potential forward-looking statements regarding the Ligaz888 Company. The future performance of the Company involves risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially. Such risks include competition and pricing pressures, dependence on telecommunications carriers, management of growth, customer turnover, technological change, governmental regulation, unauthorized use of technology, system failures and a variety of stock market-related risks. For a more complete description of certain of such risks and uncertainties, we refer you to the documents that the company files from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission including 10K filed July 3, …

Natural Male Enlargement Review and MEMBER XXL UK

Natural Penis Enlargement Sites – These types of site claim to have proven exercises and natural techniques that can enlarge your penis. They advertise to give you the maximum gains in the quickest possible time. We tried at least three such sites and found none of them useful till we found one which can actually increase the size of your penis naturally with exercises and a healthy diet.

There are tons of Natural Enhancement sites on the net and it is virtually impossible to find out which one is the right one for you unless you have tried one or you know someone who has. Most of these are rip-offs which will offer you no support, no videos, no pictures and just basic exercises which can be found free anywhere on the net (including our site – See the articles section).

It is very important that any penis enlargement programs, is able to illustrate its techniques in a clear and concise manner.This can be achieved through high quality videos and photos that illustrate what each exercise is supposed to do and how you should perform each routine.This is where high quality professional sites differ from the ordinary ones.

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Who’s That Playing My tokyoslot88 Chips?

I am asked quite often, in a nice way, something like, “I really like your columns Vince, but why don’t you ever talk about poker strategy?” I usually explain that since there are columnists who write strategy, plus so many good books available nowadays, I just basically don’t think I have that much to add. Occasionally, however, I have tried to pass on some piece of advice, usually in a general way, with hopes of helping some of the newer players.

Today the advice that I want to pass on is to never play poker when you are angry. Now that sounds like a simple statement, but it’s really just the tip of the iceberg. Yes, we know when we’re really angry. Maybe we got in an argument with our spouse or maybe a friend. He or she said some mean things. We said some mean things. It wasn’t a pretty sight, and now here we are, mad. This, as I said, is a case where there is no doubt in our mind that we are mad.

Fortunately most of us have our different ways of getting through this, whatever the method. Usually within a short period of time, our anger is gone and things get back to normal. I personally learned the “don’t play poker when you’re angry” lesson during my first marriage. I learned not to go play poker after having heated words with my wife. I invariably got even for any perceived wrong in the old fashioned way, by losing all our money.

As the years passed and I found myself in other relationships, I became much more cognizant of my moods as they applied to my poker playing. I found it easy to play when I was happy and in a good mood. I could even play well when I was saddened by something. When things were normal, like a “straight line” type of mood, which I experience most of the time, my playing was also good. When occasionally I have been angry, it’s a no brainer: I know enough not to play. If you are …

Bettin’ Benny vs. Slow-Playin’ Seto Sbobet

Last time, in Part I, I told you a little bit about Slow-Playin’ Seto. Slow-Playin’ Seto played in the first house game I ever played in. Wait, he didn’t exactly “play.” He sat there most of the night waiting for the nuts! Yet, night after night, Seto chalked up winning sessions. I learned how important discipline and patience are by watching Seto rake in the bucks, and I knew I had to do the same thing. Although it wasn’t easy at first, I was finally able to deal with the boredom of folding. It was from watching Seto that I actually became a winning player in the game. And just when I’d figured out everything there was to know about poker, in walked Bettin’ Benny … oh, boy.

Benny was very loud and intimidating. He was an Italian with lots of hair and a big voice. He also had a goatee, which made him look even more intimidating. His hands and neck were covered in lavish watches, rings, and necklaces. He’d played poker before for higher stakes than we were playing, for sure. We played with a $1 ante, $1-$5 anytime with anything up, and $10 on the end. It was a game in which nobody could get hurt too badly; losing $200 was a pretty bad night. That was soon to change.

Benny jumped right in and started betting and raising, appearing to throw caution to the wind. None of us had ever seen anything like it before. We were used to a game with a more normal pace. All of a sudden, the pots were twice the size as normal, and Benny appeared to be invincible. He didn’t often start with much of a hand, but by the end of the hand, he’d hit some miracle card and taken down another monster Sbobet pot. He had all of us shaking our heads. Not only that, he convinced us all to make it $20 on the end – and $20 was a big bet to us, but not to Benny. Benny knew that, and he started betting the maximum …

ป๊อกเด้ง ไฮโล Review of Get the Edge at Blackjack

Advantage blackjack has come a long way since the days of Thorpe. With casinos using facial recognition systems, computers that count cards along with the player, and other high-tech mechanisms, if players aren’t continually improving their skills they soon wouldn’t be able to find a game anywhere. What new methods are there that a player can use to get an advantage over the casinos? Several answers to this question can be found in Get the Edge at Blackjack.

In his new book, John May discusses many techniques which can be used to get an edge against the house at blackjack. The first chapter covers basic strategy and card counting, summarizing some of the most significant literature on the topic. May also compares several of the most popular card counting systems, largely summarizing the work of the late Peter Griffin in his seminal book, Theory of Blackjack.

Next, May moves on to cover some other ways one can gain an advantage, including card sequencing, dealer hole card play, and exploiting dealer errors. Here May also covers the new automatic shuffling machines and explains Kelly betting, although several chapters after it was first introduced, which might be confusing. The author also covers some miscellaneous topics, including spooking, playing blackjack on Internet casinos, and a play May calls “The Stacker”.

These are all interesting advantage plays, but May’s description is very superficial. The book ends up being like a survey course, where the reader is informed about the existence of each of these techniques, but none of them are covered in sufficient depth to truly benefit the reader. For example, I know about front loading, that is, looking for a ป๊อกเด้ง ไฮโล dealer who will flash their hole card to the players, but I don’t know how to look for this without appearing suspicious, I’m told something called a “T-scope” will help train me for this, but I don’t know where to get one or how to build one, not to mention how I should bet without giving away what I’m doing to the casino. At least the latter question is answered in …

The Fastest Dog Wins Most UFABET Races

In greyhound racing there are approximately 17 handicappingfactors that can be measured and compared; some more, or less, pertinent for various grades, at various tracks, on various course lengths. Generally, one will find that no more than 3 to 5 of these 17 factors will need to be rated. Which 3 to 5 is the question constantly being studied by the “pros”.

The one factor that tends to be most meaningful is SPEED (known as Time, A.R.T., (Average Race Time), Speed Rating, Adjusted Time, etc.)

Some handicappers contend that Speed is not a very viable handicapping factor. I don’t agree at all, but sometimes it is a difficult factor to measure. While there is no one right way to go about this, it is important to track your success. Without knowing how you’re doing, you won’t have a chance of improving your score.

The art of sound Speed handicapping deserves your full effort. Yet, if 10 expert handicappers were to agree that a certain dog in a race was provably “faster” than the others, that dog is not guaranteed to win. Eight dogs racing hell-bent around a circular dirt track will often refute sheer logic. There is no doubt, however, that the fastest dog has a better chance than the second fastest. Over a span of time, speed counts! When you find better ways to compute speed factors you will increase your profits at the track — no doubt about it!

There are various ways to approach calculating Speed differences. You may find that a slightly different approach works best for different grades and course lengths. The key is to experiment, record, and monitor your results, until you have the best possible system worked out. Here are some generalities that I use.

For most grades I average the most recent three clear UFABET races shown in the PPLs (Past Performance Lines). For the top grade (or both AA and A, for those tracks which run AA) I average the three best (fastest) times shown from among all of the PPLs shown.

Do not use those times from any race run …

Judi Online Terpercaya Trips to Paris and Autumn Prizes

Magic Casino is offering one lucky player and a companion a trip to Paris, France.

Casino players are automatically entered in the vacation prize draw each time they deposit a minimum of $100 into their casino account between September 15 and October 15. The package includes a return flight for two people, five nights free accommodation in Paris, and $500 spending money.

Go to the Magic Casino’s Promotions page for more details on the contest.

Magic Casino also offers its Welcome Bonus and Magic Money draw. The Welcome Bonus is a $20 bonus on a $20 deposit; any deposit over $20 gets a 20% bonus to a maximum of $100. Players are entered in the $1000 Magic Money draw when they deposit $100 or more before September 25. Magic Casino accepts Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal.

Prestige Casino

Players can enter Prestige Casino’s Autumn Prize Draw for $2,500 in weekly prizes. Top prize for the week is $1,000 in cash. Deposit and wager $50 to earn 1 credit for the draw. The more players wager, the more credits they get and the better their chances are to win.

This contest goes every week from September 20 to October 30, and it will be capped off with a $25,000 grand prize draw on Halloween (October 31).

Prestige offers a $40 Welcome Bonus on minimum $20 first deposits for new players. The casino is licensed by the government of Antigua and Barbuda, and accepts major credit cards, wire drafts, and PayPal.

Lasseters Online

Lasseters Online has a special weekend promotion running during September. Every weekend, Lasseters will randomly award 10 players who are playing any of the casino’s real money games with AU$100 each.

But that’s not all. On Monday, the casino will draw one of those 10 names and award an additional AU$1,000 to the lucky player.

Lasseters also has a special sign-up bonus for new players. Deposit any amount up to AU$500 and receive a 25% bonus. The casino is licensed by the Northern Territory Government of Australia, and offers Gold or Silver rewards programs for V.I.P. players.

Cashing in on …

The Spanish get going Poker Pkv again

 

 

Spanish football had a summer nightmare as La Roja meekly surrendered their world crown in Brazil, crashing out in the first round with only a dead rubber win over Australia to point to. But lest we forget, La Liga clubs made a clean sweep of UEFA trophies last season, as Real Madrid won the Champions League & Super Cup and Sevilla the Europa League.

 

While the national team finally returned to winning ways with a 5-1 victory over Macedonia in their first Euro 2016 qualifier, the Primera has also resumed proceedings with the annual Barça-Real ding-dong back into full swing.

 

Barcelona have resumed normal service, topping the Primera after six outings with five wins and a draw. Real Madrid have started more slowly, surprisingly losing their opening two games of the season, away at Real Sociedad and at home to Atletico Madrid.

 

Their city rivals are of course the reigning champions and Champions League runners-up, and it is very much to be hoped they can maintain that success to make the race for the Spanish title at least a little more interesting than a tussle between the usual two suspects.

 

Valencia is the most likely candidate to make it a four-horse poker pkv  race and the club coached by Portuguese Nuno Espirito Santo have made an encouraging start and find themselves second to Barça so far, just ahead of Atletico and Europa League winners Sevilla.

 

The rest of the Spanish top flight once more looks depressingly weedy however, with the likes of Almeria, Eibar and Getafe unlikely to set many pulses racing.

 

Barça v Real may be an overblown, vulgar carnival at least twice a season, but the pulling power of the star-heavy lineups remains undeniable.

 

Their first clash, at the Bernabeu on the 25th of October, has been on people’s lips since the start of the campaign, particularly as it will feature the long-awaited debut of Luis Suarez for the blaugrana.

 

If the domestic league turns out to be as predictable as ever, then at least in Europe the …

How Big Can the World Series of Poker Become?

As if things weren’t pumped up enough in 2003 when a record 839 players entered the $10,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em championship at the World Series of Poker, this year the head count more than tripled. In case you’ve been hibernating on a deserted island with Robinson Crusoe or the cast of Survivor and haven’t heard the news, last year’s event marked the coming of the online gaming community into poker’s premier event. When a 27-year-old accountant by the name of Chris Moneymaker parlayed a $40 entry fee in an online satellite event into a $2.5 million payday when he won the 2003 World Series of Poker, it helped set the poker world on its ear.

 

When all of last year’s shouting was over and done, I found myself standing next to Horseshoe owner Becky Binion Behnen and asked her how many players she anticipated for the main event in 2004. She smiled and said, “I guess we might have as many as 1,000.” I thought she erred on the side of caution, and in a column right here in Card Player, entitled “That’s My Number and I’m Sticking to It,” I predicted 1,150 entrants. I thought I was conservative, too, but I might have been swayed somewhat by Becky’s estimate. After all, she owned the joint — or did.

 

For a while, it seemed like there might not even be a 2004 World Series of Poker. In early January 2004, U.S. marshals entered Binion’s Horseshoe and seized $1.9 million to satisfy debts owed to the Southern Nevada Culinary and Bartenders Pension Trust Fund and the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union Welfare Fund, and forced the closure of the 52-year-old property’s casino.

 

Seizing the Horseshoe sparked all sorts of rumors, and for weeks no one could tell you what the casino’s fate would be. And if the casino’s fate was up in the air, so was the fate of its biggest asset: the World Series of Poker. But the Horseshoe reopened on April 1, only three and a half months after its closure by U.S. marshals, …

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