The Man Who Cheated Vegas Casinos For Years And Stole Millions • Discoverology

The Man Who Cheated Vegas Casinos For Years And Stole Millions

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When one man discovers a way to beat the system, Vegas becomes his playground. From slot machine alone he steals millions with the authorities none the wiser, but when he pushes the limits and increases the risks, things take a turn for the worst.

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