Cheating Las Vegas (2000)





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Learn from seasoned cheaters in Las Vegas casinos how they use the newest technology and the oldest tricks to steal millions of dollars. Then get the view from the other side when you follow the Gaming Commission and Casino Security as they attempt to thwart these gambling thieves. Narrated by James Woods.
Documentary , Sports & Fitness
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If you've seen this topic covered in other History or Discovery Channel products, there's absolutely no need to see this one. This film footage may be different, but a number of the 'cheats,' 'experts' and 'stories from the past' are the exactly the same as you'd see elsewhere. There's just no new knowledge on the subject added by viewing this. Despite the description here, it actually only plays 48 minutes long, since it was built to be a "The Learning Channel" 60-minute broadcast. Extras add up to no more than ten more minutes of talking heads. Plus the content is fairly dated - unless you happen to think Internet gambling is something that is fairly new - so don't expect any discussion of more topical matters such as automatic card shufflers or RFID-embedded gaming chips. RECOMMENDATION: Fold 'em.

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