Police Arrest Two For Allegedly Using Fake Poker Chips At Maryland Casino

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Another case of counterfeit poker chips has come to light, this time in Maryland. State police said Tuesday that they have arrested two individuals and are looking for two others ...

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Chips floated lol..

Police said one of those people, Rosa Nguyen, 36, of Annandale, Va., bought $150,000 worth of counterfeit casino chips on the Internet for $12,000 and then altered their appearance to make them look like chips from Maryland Live.

Read more: http://www.wbaltv.com/news/maryland...t-maryland-live-casino/24659860#ixzz2uYg1SQWl

Authorities said they're also looking to charge two other people in an unrelated case of fraudulent chip use. Detectives said they believe those people are a couple also from Northern Virginia who got $1 chips from the Charles Town Casino in West Virginia and altered them to look like $100 chips from Maryland Live.

Read more: http://www.wbaltv.com/news/maryland...t-maryland-live-casino/24659860#ixzz2uYdb0SdI
Screens from video...Those fakes look really good.

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Real $100 from chipguide..



Hope they didn't use Terrible's $100s. LOL ;)

 
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