The saga goes on as casinos, together with the government, continue to browbeat and persecute skilled gamblers.
Gambling law is a complicated subject, but one that in some way affects thousands of players daily, if only in terms of what's allowed and what isn't during a casino visit. Of course, it gets taken to highest terms when you consider the cat-and-mouse game being played between the billion-dollar temples of chance and the world's most skilled gamblers who are looking to beat the casinos at their own game.
The Law for Gamblers brings together decades of experience from the world's pre-eminent gambler's advocate, providing perspective gleaned from defending hundreds of casino-related criminal cases. With detailed discussions of subjects that include gambler taxation, the use of aliases, Indian gaming rules, and casino credit, and even hiring an attorney when necessary, The Law for Gamblers provides anyone who sets foot in a casino easy access to understanding their rights. Additionally, the collection of case law and statutory points of view within is unparalleled in the rapidly expanding area of gaming law. For students in gaming law courses, no more up-to-date analysis on the subject exists.
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About the Author
Robert Nersesian is on the speed dials of many professional gamblers. He has argued cases all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court and was voted into the Blackjack Hall of Fame his first time on the ballot. He lives in Las Vegas.