Marina Bay Sands croupier accused of fraud
A croupier at a Singapore-based gambling parlor is facing up to seven years in prison for fraud. The casino dealer enabled three partners in crime to cheat at the gambling tables inside the Marina Bay Sands.
Casino chips worth $14,675
The Singaporean casino informed the police about the fraudulent activities four days ago. On May 8, all four suspects were booked. Police officers recovered a sum of $10,000, in addition to gambling tokens worth $14,675, while also seizing seven cellular phones.
Seven-year jail term
The quartet may be sentenced to a fine up to $150,000 or a seven-year term in state prison. Local media report that the 44-year-old croupier allowed the three gamblers, between the ages of 40 and 43, to cheat.
250 gambling tables
Gamblers can choose from more than 2,300 slot machines
at the Marina Bay Sands casino. The slots repertoire offers over 250 different themes, and features an impressive variety of video, reel and multiplayer machines. Additionally, there are 500 gambling tables, offering baccarat, roulette, sic-bo
, Singapore stud poker, non-commission baccarat
and money wheel.