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casinos aren't logging the rfid of every chip every time it moves, if they were i think it would be well known as open as the gaming industry has to.


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From the comments over there: "This is nonsense, they didn't catch him by using RFID chips, they caught him with police work. He was an idiot.


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By installing RFID tags in the casino chips the Bellagio casino saved a few million dollars. Sure they were robbed but did the thief really rob.


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RFID-embedded chips have already paid off big in at least one major heist. After a man robbed the Bellagio casino to the tune of $US million.


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Why Do Some People Refer to Casino Chips as Checks or Cheques? deactivate the RFID tag, rendering the cheques non-negotiable: Bellagio used the latter.


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Bellagio doesn't have RFIDs in the lower denominational chips. Instead he should have kept all the smaller chips and thrown the larger ones into a river and forgotten about them. Read the police report, there is no mention of RFID chips. In other hand, I would like to have a close look at the high value chips using RFID technology especially that the cashier has usually more confident in those ones. AndyJPartridge on Feb 12, I'm having trouble understanding the technical possibility of chips being deactivated in this scenario. In my book "large value" in a 1. If those had the RFIDs in them, they would have caught him sooner. If it goes through door, it's logged similar how there's beepers at a shop if you accidentally didn't pay for something. If the person claims it wasn't stolen, the casino has cameras to follow up. But then I read your comment. Just curious if anyone can indulge me. AndyJPartridge on Feb 12, I'm having trouble understanding the technical possibility of chips being deactivated in this scenario. An undercover investigation and a sting plus a large amount of his own stupidity is what brought the guy in. I am really surprised the Bellagio cage allowed someone with a chip that couldn't be cashed to walk away AFTER a robbery had recently taken place The whole chain of events is suspect. Also, I see mention of the technology "Spotting a dealer accidentally shorting a player" - is this technology that granular that a transaction like that can be logged accurately? Also, the article is not claiming the thief was captured because of the RFID. I believe Bellagio uses old school tracking with pit bosses going around writing down your play from time to time. When a large amount of chips leave within 30 seconds, the casion owners went to the database and marked the chips as 'stolen'. After I originally read the article, I was about to take my chips that I have from a recent casino trip to a belt sander. The article is simply highlighting how the RFIDs in the chips foiled the thief by making the chips worthless almost immediately, and then goes on to highlight how RFIDs within chips are enabling casino operators to track user behavior in new and novel ways. Not all casinos use that to track play and payouts. MichaelApproved on Feb 12, What do you consider "large value denominated" and where did find out what the breakdown was? Interestingly enough, after the heist the Bellagio replaced ALL the chips on the floor with a complete new set. It would have still been a nice haul. Thanks for the reply. If someone grabs X chips, where X is quite a high number, and walks out the door - are the numbers registered as they go, and can be deactivated thereafter? I guess we won't be seeing Ocean's Fourteen. Most of the chips were large value denominated and hence nearly all of the stolen chips were worthless the moment the thief walked out the door. AndyJPartridge on Feb 12, Thanks for the reply.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Ideally, it would raise a flag and be refused to be exchanged for money stolen goods. I think it's more accurate to say that it was foiled because of good old police work. People came forward, a sting buy was set up, he was arrested after selling them to undercover LEOs. MichaelApproved on Feb 12, I believe the writer has his information mixed up. MichaelApproved on Feb 12, Even if they're are RFID's in the chips themselves, the table still has to have scanning equipment to read the payouts and that's expensive. I believe the writer has his information mixed up. But that's another side of the story Hacker News new past comments ask show jobs submit. He was an idiot, and told anyone that would listen that he had the chips. Turns out Big Brother is alive and well, playing craps in Las Vegas. This is just marketing by a company that is trying to sell the technology to other casinos. MichaelApproved on Feb 12, What do you consider "large value denominated" and where did find out what the breakdown was? Even if they're are RFID's in the chips themselves, the table still has to have scanning equipment to read the payouts and that's expensive. Joakal on Feb 12, Hypothetically, I gather that they have a database of 'activated' chips. Why was he not caught when himself or one of his associates attempted to pass off the chips at the casino, he obviously found out some way they were worthless. The focus of the story is not that RFID was used to catch the bad guy, rather the focus is on how RFID tech within these chips has changed casino operation, from user tracking, to "turning off" stolen chips on demand. Newer properties like the Wynn hotel put RFIDs in all their chips because they're the ones who have the play tracking tables he wrote about. I see from the police report it wasn't, but just wondered anyway. I think the writer knew what he was talking about the high-roller chips disclaimer but couldn't resist breathlessly hyping up the Big Brother aspect. The Casino RFID system is used in multiple ways - Tracking players bets - Ensure the dealer is paying out or taking in the correct chips - Accurate accounting - Fraud Prevention So next time you go to the casino remember they are tracking you even when you cannot see it. If I got away with something like this, I'd want to brag via message boards too. The writer doesn't have anything mixed up. If a chip was later used in the casino, the teller would swipe it to read from database. It's one thing to have custom made chips with RFID, notches, decals and who knows what else but to accept paper as a valuable item seems to risky yet most counterfeit bills are rejected all the time. How are legit walk-outs and stolen separated? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}From the comments over there: "This is nonsense, they didn't catch him by using RFID chips, they caught him with police work.