Richard Taylor convicted in Connecticut casino conspiracy

richardtaylor.jpgThe Memphis man known as "Mr. Casino" was convicted today of organizing a cheating conspiracy at Native American-run casinos in Connecticut.
Richard Taylor, 43, could face decades in prison in the state's first major cheating case.
I ran across this story on the Web site of The Day newspaper in New London, Conn. Among other Connecticut newspapers, the Norwich Bulletin also covered the story.
All told, Taylor ripped off the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun for $70,000.This story helps explain Taylor's system, which involved recruiting dealers to let players cheat in exchange for a cut of the ill-gotten winnings.

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