The Guardian Unlimited runs a story about using a concealed gadget to predict roulette might be legal in the UK from next year on.
The topic came up already in 2004 when gamblers at the Ritz Casino in the UK took home 1 million Pounds (See BBC News).
The 1,000 Pound roulette cheating gadget the Guardian article describes is made by Mark Howe.
He sells those sytems consisting of a PDA, Laser Pen and hearing aid since apparently 12 years. He already uses the media exposure to promote his stuff on eBay.
Roulette Computers are banned in Las Vegas. So do not even think about it. See also the discussion Slashdot.
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