Jan 14, 2013
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Not in my house: how Vegas casinos wage a war on cheating
“I think most people feel that if you can find a way to beat the casino, more power to you,” says Arnold Synder, his eyes, those telltale features, hidden behind a pair of black sunglasses. “This place set up the rules, they provide the equipment, they provide the dealer, and they’re basically saying, ‘Come in and try to beat us.’” 

Not in my house: how Vegas casinos wage a war on cheating

“I think most people feel that if you can find a way to beat the casino, more power to you,” says Arnold Synder, his eyes, those telltale features, hidden behind a pair of black sunglasses. “This place set up the rules, they provide the equipment, they provide the dealer, and they’re basically saying, ‘Come in and try to beat us.’” 

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    Makes sense they don’t want you to actually win.
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    Fantastic post over at The Verge talking about how casinos employ technology to fight cheating.
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