Third person charged in alleged Rivers Casino Pittsburgh cheating scheme

Third person charged in alleged Rivers Casino Pittsburgh cheating scheme

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  • Lauren Talotta, WPXI-TV
March 18, 2024 8:00 PM

A player is facing charges alongside two Rivers Casino employees after what investigators are calling a “complex cheating conspiracy” that took place at a Roulette table.

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Channel 11 told you last week that Robin Schnepp, a table games dealer, and supervisor Anthony Laush helped at least two players cheat on several occasions and win thousands of dollars.

State police said the casino lost more than $10,000 because of the cheating.

Investigators were tipped off by an anonymous letter sent to Rivers Casino earlier this year about Interblock Roulette, which requires the dealer to manually spin the ball in the opposite direction of the wheel.