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Maybe he had noticed the discreet glances at Grosjean. Elite Western gamblers and rattled casino bosses know her as Kelly, a fast-talking, sunglasses-wearing advantage player in her 40s. And because regulated casino gambling now takes place in at least 40 states, casinos compete for customers in part by introducing new games, some of which turn out to be vulnerable. In the near distance stood a sign for a local casino, the Palms, where he has been shown the door more than once. Play had been temporarily halted to accommodate another recent arrival at the felt-covered table — Richard Munchkin. The opportunity was in Shawnee, Okla. Upon her release, Sun visited several Las Vegas casino gift shops and bought souvenir decks of playing cards. Illustration by Sarah Illenberger. Tens and picture-cards count as zero; aces count as 1. Because he has examined these shuffling machines and knows how they work, he could reliably judge the likelihood that certain cards would be excluded from play. 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He sipped from a venti-size container of coffee and typed rapidly on his laptop computer. Patrons never touch the cards. His findings would give him a significant edge playing the card-based craps game in Shawnee. Whiting estimates the number of successful advantage players to be in the hundreds. Their scheme, their play against the casino, was perhaps too complicated to pull off, Grosjean would later concede. In recent years, however, Whiting says the ranks of advantage players have swelled. Still, he kept feeding Munchkin information about the cards. When Grosjean first reconnoitered the game, he saw that the 12 playing cards used to simulate a pair of craps dice were being shuffled by a machine designed to speed up play and randomize the order of the cards. When they came up, Munchkin shot a fist in the air and shouted. Many casino executives despise gamblers like Grosjean. His signaling had not been perfected yet — some gestures were being missed. It is a way to make the game feel like craps without dice directly producing a monetary outcome. By Michael Kaplan. Grosjean was frustrated. So if security was waiting for him at the bottom, Grosjean needed to be able to run back up in the opposite direction with the hope of avoiding a confrontation. As I walked beside him, I tried to appear casual, with the tail of my untucked shirt covering the notepad in the back pocket of my slacks. Armed with that knowledge, he spent several months simulating the game in software; his computer mimicked the shuffling algorithm and played the game millions of times. Getting away, on the other hand, would give him an opportunity to come back on some future day and perhaps go unnoticed. Grosjean passed an escalator and headed down a back staircase. To begin, four cards are dealt face down onto the table. Sun had no such intention. Her name was Cheung Yin Sun. After all, Little Joe was bleeding money. I view it all as preventable loss. 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