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International Casino Intelligence Network Exists

A Connecticut based land casino has revealed that it used an international casino intelligence network to recognize a punter who was trying to scam them by using invisible ink on cards.

The report comes from The Associated Press, who claims that the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut recognized the scam artist due to a bulletin posted on the network by a Louisiana operator who had previously caught the cheater, who was using invisible ink to mark cards at a Mohegan Sun table.

It has widely been speculated that such a casino intelligence network exists for several years, but has never been publicly acknowledged. The system is reported to have been implemented by casinos more than 10 years ago.