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Three Chinese Caught Red Handed for Casino Cheating

Three Chinese, Yau Lam, Fa Tsang and Bit Wong were caught red handed for using sophisticated technology to cheat a casino house in London and were found guilty according to the Gambling Act of 1845. The team was of two men and a lady.
The team leader of the idea, Yau Lam (45) was sentenced to nine months in prison and the co-conspirators, Fa Tsang (41) and Bit Wong (39) received a suspended nine-month sentence and a 150 hours community service as punishment for the crime. Judge Geoffrey Rivlin said during sentencing "Between you, you constructed a sophisticated and unusual system, the result was a virtually foolproof advantage over the dealer which enabled you to walk away with thousands of pounds. But you were not so clever as you thought because eventually you were caught." He described their plan as “virtually foolproof”. All the three were given an “exclusion requirement” which prevented them from any kind of casino gaming at any of the casinos and gambling clubs for a period of two years. The team of three used a spy camera and a hidden ear piece to cheat the casino of about 250,000 euros.
The Metropolitan police’s Gaming Unit reports that this is the first time such a sophisticated technique has been used for casino cheating. They are estimated to have cheated over 380000 euros in one week itself from six of London’s casinos. The leader of the team, Yau Yiv Lam was hiding a camera up his sleeve and was filming the cards that the croupier dealt in the game of poker. This was filmed to Fan Leung Tsang who closely viewed the dealt cards from inside a white van equipped with video monitors, parked outside the casino. Tsang viewed the cards in slow motion to identify the cards as they were being laid face down on the table. He then sent the card details to the third gang member, Bit Chai Wong who was playing at the casino. The details were sent through radio to a hidden microphone worn by Wong. Wong is an experienced poker player. The casino security staff at many occasions had become suspicious of the white van parked outside the casino at many occasions and had informed to the Metropolitan police’s Gaming Unit, who then focused an investigation on Wong. The gang was caught red handed at the Mint Casino, South Kensington on September 13th. The Casino managers reported that they became suspicious when Wong was too successful and was winning consequently. At one stage, out of 44 plays, she lost just 10 hands which were well above the statistical odds. The staff then noticed the white van parked outside the casino’s Silver Room bay window and promptly informed the police and the police arrested them soon after.

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