Monte Carlo Secret Service

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Monte Carlo Secret Service Sealed Book: “Don’t Be a Sucker” – Cheating Exposed, 100 Ways to Win, 100 Ways to Cheat.

1925 Cheating Expose. This book exposes the various scams used at the Monte Carlo casinos.

Card Methods:

Marked Cards
Readers
Paper
Spot
Shade
Strippers
Daubs
Dents
Luminus
Pricking
Crimping
Denting
Line Work
Block Out
Shading
Washing
Palming
Holdout
Overdraw
Discard
Capping
Bottom
Seconds
Framing
Set Up
Shuffle Up
In Jog
Out Jog
False Cut
Under Cut
Rip Cut
Stall Cut
Peek
Reflector
Pipe
Match
Box
Ring
Button
Bug
Spread
Twenty-six
Signaling
Tip Off
Duke
Cooler
Edge Work
Card Punch
Window Slick
Ace
Goose
Neck
Bug
Ring
Suction
Table
Chute
Arm
Chair Jacobs Ladder
Hand
Pocket
Arm
Knee

Dice Methods: Magnetic Dice 

Electric Dice
Loaded
Filled
Gold
Lead
Platinum
Steel
Horses
Shapes
Buffed
Percentage
Bank
ers
Faders
Pass
Splitters
Missouts
Door Pops
Miss Spota
Rockera
Taps
Trips
Pressed
Moulded
Tops
First Flop
Twenty-six
Double Number
California 14
Combination
Old Style
Adhesive
Suction
New Idea
Opaque
Bird’s Eye
Transparent
Pocket Set
Pee Wee
Soft Roll
Pekay
Machine
Invisible
Tat Dice
Bottoms
Special Jigs
Combination A-B
Candy
Celluloid
Battery
Hironemous
Chinese
Magic 

Miscellaneous:
Roulette
Faro
Craps
Stud Poker
Draw Poker
Seven Up
Whist
Bridge
Penochle
Rummie
Casino
Black Jack
Klondike
Keno
Spindles
Drop Cases
Red and Black
Jumbo Dice
Bookmaker
Mediums
Clairvoyant
Palmist
Crystal
Mind Reading
Three-Card Monte
Three Shells
Spinning Coin
Heads and Tails
Money Machine
Seances
Slate Writing
Faro Box
Fortune Tellers
Short Change
Pencil
Knife
Match
Sand Tell
Magnets
Batteries
Talking Teakettle
Floating Table
Trumpets
Spirit Photos
Materialization
Chuckaluck

Card Holdout Machine:
Kepplinger
Sullivan
Gates

Common Sense
California
Knee Spread
Arm Machine
Vest Machine
Waist Machine
Pants Machine

 

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erik

i just finished reading this yesterday and was a little disappointed. this book is almost like an old catalogue. it does have some tips and that in it. the part i liked the most was the dice section. it doesn't go into a lot of detail for the would-be dice mechanic, but it does have a lot of the types of loaded dice, and other trick die. some I have never heard of before ,and now it's got me hunting down info.

the other part I liked was the pictures of vintage gambling tables. one image is of a chair that turns into a poker table! um...space saver, anyone?

overall the book was interesting and seems like a good resource for researching other shifty business. i also like old books of obscure things most people wouldn't bother with. if you like looking at old contraptions for cons to part money from marks, this will be interesting to you. maybe you want to know how to cheat at cards using your ankles....it's possible.

anyone doing a gambling routine should have this book as a resource for some possibly hilarious, and unusual scripting.

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