That might be the lesson learned from The Museum of Gaming History’s new exhibit featuring devices and artifacts used to defraud casinos. On display at the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas through the end of this year, the exhibit showcases items that were unsuccessfully used in attempts to cheat gaming operators.
The devices are on loan from the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s Enforcement Division and MoGH members.
The new display is one of eight unique gaming memorabilia exhibits currently sponsored by The Museum of Gaming History. The displays are located in several Las Vegas casinos and museums, offering a unique opportunity to view gaming through the lens of the city’s past.
The MoGH is an educational project of the Casino Collectables Association, a non-profit club devoted to the fast-growing hobby of collecting casino memorabilia and preserving gaming history.