American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My Wild Twenty-Five-Year Ride Ripping Off the World's Casinos

American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My


American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My Wild Twenty-Five-Year Ride Ripping Off the World's Casinos ➮ [Ebook] ➩ American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My Wild Twenty-Five-Year Ride Ripping Off the World's Casinos By Richard Marcus ➺ – Polishdarling.co.uk In American Roulette, Richard Marcus tells his never before heard story, of ripping off casinos The book follows Marcus, along with several of the world s great professional casino cheaters, as he tra In American Roulette, Richard How I PDF/EPUB ä Marcus tells his never before heard story, of ripping off casinos The book follows Marcus, along with several of American Roulette: PDF/EPUB ² the world s great professional casino cheaters, as he travels from Las Vegas to London and Monte Carlo, pilfering large sums of money from Roulette: How I PDF/EPUB » casinos by performing sleight of hand magic tricks with gaming chips As skilled cheaters, they back up their moves with psychological setups to convince pit bosses that they re watching legitimate high rollers getting lucky, while in fact they re being ripped off blindWith the exploding growth of casino gambling, heightened by Indian reservation and riverboat expansion, and elaborate casino cheaters are illegally assaulting the green felt, getting rich off of novice casino personnel Richard Marcus s insider story is a window into the hidden world of intriguing personalities and tense situations he encounters as a member of expert casino cheating teams who use their wits to turn the odds upside down and earn millions American Roulette is a fascinating story not only for those who occasionally casino gamble, but for everyone with a little larceny in their heart.


10 thoughts on “American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My Wild Twenty-Five-Year Ride Ripping Off the World's Casinos

  1. RiskingTime RiskingTime says:

    I wonder how much the gambling layperson will enjoy reading American Roulette The book recounts the casino cheating career of Richard Marcus , who was a past posting casino cheat Marcus masters the art of past posting roulette and sometimes blackjack Along with his team, he sets up pit bosses and dealers, by switching higher denomination chips under winning bets Eventually the team uses a reverse past post, where the big bet is taken away instead of being added The reverse past post greatl I wonder how much the gambling layperson will enjoy reading American Roulette The book recounts the casino cheating career of Richard Marcus , who was a past posting casino cheat Marcus masters the art of past posting roulette and sometimes blackjack Along with his team, he sets up pit bosses and dealers, by switching higher denomination chips under winning bets Eventually the team uses a reverse past post, where the big bet is taken away instead of being added The reverse past post greatly reduced security heat and increased the team s win rate.For gamblers, the book provides a fairly detailed explanation of various casino cheating techniques Although, I would have enjoyed learningabout how the team laundered their winnings, andabout their money management strategies.The book is divided into chronological chapters where different eras of Marcus cheating are recounted The most interesting part of the book for the student of casino history is the chapters that outline the development of the Classon gang This chapter tells the story of a grizzly old gambler from New York named Mumbles who begins past posting craps in San Juan, and who eventually moves to Las Vegas to perfect his lay and claim technique.Overall, I enjoyed reading this book It s well written I assume Richard Marcus is a pseudonym, and the book is ghost written and the stories are suspenseful and generally exciting In order to win a living as a casino cheat, one must have nothing to lose Although little is said about the author s childhood, I assume it was pretty rough, and his family relationships are pretty bad If you have anything to lose, read this book after work, but show up the next day to your job on time


  2. Brian Brian says:

    American Roulette by Richard Marcus is not what I would call a good book, but it is a good story.Let s face it, the guy is a casino pastposter one who swaps a larger bet in after it wins , not an author The book is entertaining, but frankly gets a little old after a while There s only so much Then we went to this other casino, put in a few moves, they didn t have a clue, ha, ha, and then we went to another one you can take before it gets repetitive His brushes with the steam in the ba American Roulette by Richard Marcus is not what I would call a good book, but it is a good story.Let s face it, the guy is a casino pastposter one who swaps a larger bet in after it wins , not an author The book is entertaining, but frankly gets a little old after a while There s only so much Then we went to this other casino, put in a few moves, they didn t have a clue, ha, ha, and then we went to another one you can take before it gets repetitive His brushes with the steam in the back rooms of casino are probably the most interesting parts He also tells some good stories about pastposting history as he knows it If you can pick it up at a library, it s worth a read just to get a glimpse of life on the dark side But I wouldn t pay money for it unless I was a casino owner


  3. Aaron Aaron says:

    This book is why ghostwriters exist In the right hands, this could have been a really interesting book, but if you can t write, just admit it and work with someone that can Marcus gets too technical, so inside baseball that you can no longer understand what he s talking about, and there s just way too much outright gloating and yeah, baby, who s awesome This guy right here A good story ruined.


  4. Todd Todd says:

    After working in a local casino for almost 2 years, I have always been interested in the mind of the player, and how some seem to make their own odds This book is a great autobiography of the author and his partners life of cheating casinos world wide over 25 yrs If you enjoy learning about a gamblers lifestyle, this book is a good read.


  5. Jay Tate Jay Tate says:

    Wow You have to wonder how much of the tale is true It s like Catch Me if you Can, for gamblers Really good gamblers.


  6. Mex Mex says:

    Absolutely thrilling AND I learned some practical legal roulette skills.


  7. Steven Steven says:

    Learn lots of ways to cheat the casino


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10 thoughts on “American Roulette: How I Turned the Odds Upside Down---My Wild Twenty-Five-Year Ride Ripping Off the World's Casinos

  1. RiskingTime RiskingTime says:

    I wonder how much the gambling layperson will enjoy reading American Roulette The book recounts the casino cheating career of Richard Marcus , who was a past posting casino cheat Marcus masters the art of past posting roulette and sometimes blackjack Along with his team, he sets up pit bosses and dealers, by switching higher denomination chips under winning bets Eventually the team uses a reverse past post, where the big bet is taken away instead of being added The reverse past post greatl I wonder how much the gambling layperson will enjoy reading American Roulette The book recounts the casino cheating career of Richard Marcus , who was a past posting casino cheat Marcus masters the art of past posting roulette and sometimes blackjack Along with his team, he sets up pit bosses and dealers, by switching higher denomination chips under winning bets Eventually the team uses a reverse past post, where the big bet is taken away instead of being added The reverse past post greatly reduced security heat and increased the team s win rate.For gamblers, the book provides a fairly detailed explanation of various casino cheating techniques Although, I would have enjoyed learningabout how the team laundered their winnings, andabout their money management strategies.The book is divided into chronological chapters where different eras of Marcus cheating are recounted The most interesting part of the book for the student of casino history is the chapters that outline the development of the Classon gang This chapter tells the story of a grizzly old gambler from New York named Mumbles who begins past posting craps in San Juan, and who eventually moves to Las Vegas to perfect his lay and claim technique.Overall, I enjoyed reading this book It s well written I assume Richard Marcus is a pseudonym, and the book is ghost written and the stories are suspenseful and generally exciting In order to win a living as a casino cheat, one must have nothing to lose Although little is said about the author s childhood, I assume it was pretty rough, and his family relationships are pretty bad If you have anything to lose, read this book after work, but show up the next day to your job on time


  2. Brian Brian says:

    American Roulette by Richard Marcus is not what I would call a good book, but it is a good story.Let s face it, the guy is a casino pastposter one who swaps a larger bet in after it wins , not an author The book is entertaining, but frankly gets a little old after a while There s only so much Then we went to this other casino, put in a few moves, they didn t have a clue, ha, ha, and then we went to another one you can take before it gets repetitive His brushes with the steam in the ba American Roulette by Richard Marcus is not what I would call a good book, but it is a good story.Let s face it, the guy is a casino pastposter one who swaps a larger bet in after it wins , not an author The book is entertaining, but frankly gets a little old after a while There s only so much Then we went to this other casino, put in a few moves, they didn t have a clue, ha, ha, and then we went to another one you can take before it gets repetitive His brushes with the steam in the back rooms of casino are probably the most interesting parts He also tells some good stories about pastposting history as he knows it If you can pick it up at a library, it s worth a read just to get a glimpse of life on the dark side But I wouldn t pay money for it unless I was a casino owner


  3. Aaron Aaron says:

    This book is why ghostwriters exist In the right hands, this could have been a really interesting book, but if you can t write, just admit it and work with someone that can Marcus gets too technical, so inside baseball that you can no longer understand what he s talking about, and there s just way too much outright gloating and yeah, baby, who s awesome This guy right here A good story ruined.


  4. Todd Todd says:

    After working in a local casino for almost 2 years, I have always been interested in the mind of the player, and how some seem to make their own odds This book is a great autobiography of the author and his partners life of cheating casinos world wide over 25 yrs If you enjoy learning about a gamblers lifestyle, this book is a good read.


  5. Jay Tate Jay Tate says:

    Wow You have to wonder how much of the tale is true It s like Catch Me if you Can, for gamblers Really good gamblers.


  6. Mex Mex says:

    Absolutely thrilling AND I learned some practical legal roulette skills.


  7. Steven Steven says:

    Learn lots of ways to cheat the casino


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