NAMES AND ALIASES:
ADVICE FOR ADVANTAGE PLAYERS
By Bob Nersesian
Bob Nersesian of Las Vegas is the nation's premier attorney when it comes to legal actions against casinos for abuse of patrons. Bob has successfully represented victims of casino abuse in legal forums ranging from Gaming Control Board administrative hearings all the way to the Nevada Supreme Court. Nersesian is also the author of the book, Beat The Player – Casinos, Cops, and the Game Inside the Game. This book should be read by anyone who sets foot in a casino and especially by advantage players. We are so impressed with the book that we’ve added it to our catalog. BJI subscribers get a 10% discount.Click here for more information about the book.
Note: The following excerpt is from Chapter 13 of Nersesian’s excellent book, "Beat The Player – Casinos, Cops, and the Game Inside the Game."
The relevance of names and the legality of the use of names are of great concern to many advantage gamblers. Avoidance of the numerous information-sharing services targeting advantage gamblers presents the obvious reason for playing under an alias. The advantage gambler does not use an alias to defraud the casino, but rather, just to gain entre’ to legal transactions offered to all comers by the casino. Be mindful that use of an alias to assist in an illegal activity or commit fraud is universally criminal.
The overriding rule with respect to aliases under the common law is shown above.
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