Prison term for cheating baccarat dealer
An ex-croupier has been sentenced to an eleven month jail term after he cheated at the baccarat table. Ho Kee Hwa not only paid his accomplice her winnings worth $200, but also chips with a total value of $3,000.
One of the supervisors at the Marina Bay Sands casino smelt a rat after he noticed how the woman took her winnings rather quickly from the gambling table. The supervisor examined the CCTV footage, which showed how the 42-year-old dealer paid out $3,000 in casino tokens without any valid reason. Ho Kee Hwa now has to spend 11 weeks in prison.
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