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  1. Nevada Supreme Court 2000 Ruling

    The following links to an article in 2000 by attorney Robert A. Loeb on a victory for blackjack card counters in the Nevada Supreme Court.
  2. Washington Post Article

    The local edition of the Washington Post published an article on Feb. 22, 2014 titled "At Maryland Live Casino, relentless surveillance operation targets cheats, thieves". The article was written from the viewpoint of surveillance. The article contains the following line:

    "The casino cheats include card counters and people who try to steal chips from distracted dealers and players."

    The article incorrectly lumps intelligent players with outright criminals. ...
  3. New Jersey Gambling Laws - Cheating

    Below are sections of New Jersey law governing cheating:

    5:12-113 Swindling and cheating; penalties

    a. A person is guilty of swindling and cheating if the person purposely or
    knowingly by any trick or sleight of hand performance or by a fraud or
    fraudulent scheme, cards, dice or device, for himself or herself or for another,
    wins or attempts to win money or property or a representative of either or
    reduces a losing wager or attempts to reduce a losing ...
  4. Nevada Gambling Laws - Cheating

    Below are sections of Nevada law governing cheating:

    NRS 465.015 Definitions. As used in this chapter:

    1. “Cheat” means to alter the elements of chance, method of selection or criteria which determine:

    (a) The result of a game;

    (b) The amount or frequency of payment in a game;

    (c) The value of a wagering instrument; or

    (d) The value of a wagering credit.

    2. The words and terms defined in chapter 463 ...
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