Using insider knowledge the two hacked into software that controlled remote betting machines on live roulette wheels, the report said.
The machines would print out winning betting slips regardless of the results on the wheel, Peterborough Today said.
I'd like to know how they got caught.
EDITED TO ADD (4/17): They got their math wrong:
However, the scheme came unstuck after an alert cashier noticed a winning slip for £600 for a £10 bet at odds of 35-1. The casino launched an investigation that unearthed a string of other suspicious bets, traced back to Ashley and Bhagat, IT contractors working at the casino at the time of the scam.
Posted on March 17, 2010 at 6:33 AM • 58 Comments