Beating Casinos on Table at Tahoe
As reported by the Associated Press: "'Advantage' gamblers, skilled bettors who are often ousted from Nevada resorts if spotted at blackjack tables, were welcomed Tuesday at an international conference on gambling -- held at a Lake Tahoe casino. "One of them, James Grosjean, didn't take any chances on getting tossed by hotel security guards. He showed up in disguise at the 13th International Conference on Gambling & Risk-Taking, wearing a long black wig. He also sported sun glasses and a blacked-out front tooth.
"As the conference opened, Grosjean and fellow 'advantage' gambler John Chang were among speakers covering topics ranging from legal ways to beat the odds to problem gambling, efforts to lessen smoking in casinos, online poker players and sports betting..."