THE OREGON SURVEILLANCE NETWORK (OSN)
by Vinny DeCarlo
Vinny DeCarlo is the author ofHow to Beat Casino Surveillance Ė Insiderís Secrets for Card Counters. He is a retired veteran casino man with over 20 years of upper management experience. His expertise covers the pit, security, and surveillance, and he even served as a General Manager for two different casinos. Currently, Vinny travels the states as a freelance reporter and a personal consultant to many Indian casinos. He also recently appeared on the Getting the Edge radio show from Las Vegas (http://www.bobdancer.com/mp3/gwae081811.mp3). According to Vinny, there are two types of casino employees - those that know him, and those that claim to know him; therefore, never believe what you hear.
Editorís Note: For many years casino surveillance personnel received information about cheaters and card counters from the Griffin Agency. Nowadays, they get it from OSN. In this groundbreaking article in BJI, Vinny DeCarlo explains what OSN is and why they have been successful in getting their product in casinos everywhere.
Move over Griffin; watch out advantage players. The Oregon Surveillance Network (OSN) is not just for Oregon casinos anymore.
The OSN is the brainchild of some outstanding and dedicated surveillance professionals, and itís currently THE biggest threat to card counters.
The OSN has only been around for a few years. During this time, they have managed to blow all other data miners away. They have several categories of information, and they send out alerts to casinos via clear digital media (not by unreadable faxes). Their photos of players are clear and clean, and their information (called alerts) are fresh and warm when received by casinos (not like the week old faxes or e mails that casinos used to receive with photo attachments).
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