Casino Lawsuit Reveals Gambling Strategies of High-Rollers

Lawsuits reveals technique used by high-rollers to gain edge

A lawsuit brought by three Chinese nationals claims a Connecticut casino illegally withheld more than $1.1 million in their winnings from the baccarat table.

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Originally appeared in print as Casino Gambling Strategy at Center of Federal Lawsuit Unhappy Gamblers Claim Foxwoods Won't Pay Up

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