A group is accused of cheating over several days at a Las Vegas Strip casino, netting more than $200,000 in a dice sliding scheme, documents the 8 News Now Investigators obtained Thursday said.
The alleged cheating incidents happened at The Cosmopolitan in November and December 2021, involving an estimated loss of more than $225,000, investigators with the Nevada Gaming Control Board said.
Investigators learned “the cheating involved multiple suspects and occurred on the Aruze Roll to Win Electronic Craps table,” documents said. The game “is an electronic version of the game of craps,” according to investigators.
“The cheating method involved dice sliding and sliding occurs when the shooter slides one or both dice across the table in order to prevent the cubes from rolling,” the documents said.