Blackjack player caught stealing casino chips 04.08.2011

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The Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania had a nasty run-in with a disgruntled blackjack player that after an unsuccessful blackjack session decided to try and rob the casino.

Mr. Dana Lee from Stewartsville, New Jersey was playing at the blackjack tables at 7:30 in the morning when suddenly he reached across the table and grabbed $3,000 in six chips of $500 each. He made his move as the dealer was shuffling the cards and then quickly tried to grab the chips.

Casino security that monitors all activity on the casino floor using surveillance equipment and security personnel that are scattered throughout the casino floor, quickly apprehended Mr. Lee who proved himself to be not just a lousy blackjack player but also a lousy robber.

The Sands Casino resort opened in Bethlehem, PA following a change in legislation that allowed including table and card games in addition to the racing and slotting games that were prevalent in the 33rd largest state in the US.

The Casino only recently opened its door and completed building its big hotel resort that now offers punters a luxurious casino, top rate hotel and excellent fine dining as part of the international Sands Casino Resorts that includes resorts in Las Vegas, Macau and others around the world.

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