Dice sliding, or “scooting”, is when at least one of the dice is scooted across the table after being positioned in the hand with the desired side facing up. It will not always result in a win, but skilled cheaters can greatly improve their odds.
Regulators have had to deal with few cases involving dice sliding. “It’s not a common form of cheating because it involves a considerable amount of skill and practice,” said Jerry Markling, the gaming board’s enforcement chief. “It is unusual for cheaters to be able to win that much.
Dabul spent two days in jail before being released and Fernandez, was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service officials on July 25. Officials were unsure of his status.