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New York ring scam at Ohio casinos
2014-07-22 14:43
In gambling parlance, it’s known as a “color-up scam,” so called because it involves color chips used on the roulette table. Roulette players get in the game by buying “non-value” chips in one of 6 or 7 colors, setting the value of the chip themselves based on the amount they want to bet.
The second player then approaches the table and uses the secret supply of chips as $25 bets. After playing a few minutes, he cashes out his chips, realizing a 25-to-1 gain. The scam often nets $1,000 to $2,000 per table over the course of an hour or less. Two men who hit the Hollywood Casino Columbus ran out when they were confronted, leaving what would have been $2,700 in illicit winnings on the table.
The Hollywood Casino in Toledo was the first to be hit last year. Six people were arrested, five of whom failed to appear in court. The other three casinos have been hit since.
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