The capture of Jubreal Chahine leaves six individuals on the Control Board's most-wanted list. (Image: Nevada Control Board)
The capture of Jubreal Chahine was a coup that is major the Nevada Gaming Control Board. He had been certainly one of the seven most-wanted casino cheats for officials within the state, as there have been seven warrants out against him at the time of their capture. But that is just the start for state regulators, and they'd like to see one other six most-wanted gambling criminals on their list to satisfy the end that is same Chahine.
Chahine was a man who had used a high level of low-value scams to bilk casinos for money. He had pulled schemes that are basic placing late wagers (known as 'past posting') at roulette tables or swapping in larger denomination potato chips whenever he knew he'd win at the blackjack table at casinos throughout the United States enough times to rack up 21 felony costs.
'Guys like Chahine are exactly what I call low-level, repeat offenders,' said the Nevada Gaming Control Board's Chief of Enforcement Karl Bennison. 'Who knows how often times he had been successful, but if you can get away with it, cheating can be profitable.'
Most-Wanted List Determined by Extradition
Chahine had been one of seven individuals that had been positioned on the Control Board's exclusive list of the many casino that is notorious. In order to decide on who eventually ends up on