Moscow Police raid underground gambling parlor
Russian media report about an illegal casino that has been raided by Moscow Police officers. The underground gambling parlor featured 50 gambling machines, in addition to multiple gambling tables. Moscow Police booked about 20 casino patrons, according to a spokesperson for the interior ministry.
$300,000 a day
Police also impounded gambling tokens and poker cards, in addition to computers that were used for the illegal gambling activities. The underground gambling club with a daily income of approximately $300,000
operated inside a former sugar factory. The exact date of the operation executed by Russian authorities is unknown at this point.
Informed by a gambler
Police officers were having difficulties finding the illegal casino as it was hidden behind steel doors. One of the casino patrons informed the police about the illegal gambling operation inside the former sugar refinery. Recently, Russian authorities busted
another illegal gambling club that was located on a Moscow university campus.