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Rebroadcast: The Casinos' Little Black Book
Rebroadcast: The Casinos' Little Black Book

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AIR DATE: May 2, 2012

The "Black Book" is the Strip's iconic Naughty List - people who are barred from casinos for cheating and other bad acts.  Back when it was first published in 1960, its top names were mobsters.  But today, the Black Book's list is filled with slot cheats and other high-tech swindlers.  Is the Black Book still relevant today?  And how has casino security changed in the age of technology. Originally aired: 5/11/11

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Ray Hagar, reporter, RGJ


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