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Tulsa Resident Pleads Guilty to Cheating at Blackjack

A resident of Tulsa has pleaded guilty to receiving the assistance of a blackjack dealer to win blackjack games at the local Tulsa casino. The dealer in the case had already pleaded guilty long back.

Nam Quoc Le, aged 33 years old, pleaded guilty to a federal indictment of Jan 8, which accused him of cheating at the blackjack tables of Tulsa Osage Casino with the help of the blackjack dealer in the months of January and February.

Le stated that he had worked with dealer Misty Lynn White to win money at the blackjack tables illegally. His accomplice White has already been sentenced to a five-year probation term and ordered to return part of the $59,936.50 the casino has lost because of her illegal activities.

Le said that White would show him the cards while playing blackjack so that he could use this information to his advantage. The casino staff became suspicious and video footage showed Le revealing the cards to the man.

Gregory Frizzell, the US chief district judge, will sentence Le on May 15. William Lunn, legal representative of Le and Cozzoni, said that the judge could give him a probation term according to certain federal guidelines.


This blog entry was posted on Friday, May 9th, 2014 at 5:01 pm and is filed under Blackjack News.

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