Chinese authorities raid global online gambling network
An international police operation has led to busting a widespread online gambling network. Police from China, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar participated in the two-year investigation. The global online gambling ring generated a turnover of about $1.75 billion
Online baccarat inside a hotel
Police officers seized $5.11 million in gambling cash, while 27 Chinese residents were arrested. In late October, three arrested Chinese were transferred from Vietnam to China. Local police raided a Jingzhou-based hotel after a tip-off that online baccarat was happening at the venue. BestOnlineCasino.com offers a guide to the rules of baccarat
120 gambling agents
According to a police statement, the gambling network included 120 agents who operated worldwide. A Cambodia-based server hosted the online gambling activities. The Chinese gambling branch included more than 400 suspects. Last Wednesday, we reported about illegal slot machines in gas stations
located in Orange County, Marion County and Osceola County.