$40 Million Guy Archie Karas Charged with Casino Cheating
Archie Karas was searching good back into the mid 1990s when he won $40 million. Now he’s been charged as a card cheat in a California casino.
One of the entire world’s many gamblers that are famous been charged with cheating and defrauding a casino; Archie Karas, now 62, who had been said to have built up $40 million in winnings over three years within the mid 1990s from an authentic $50 stake decades ago only to lose it all back, had been presumably caught marking cards at a blackjack table in a California casino recently.
Arrested at Their House
According to authorities, Karas was taken into custody last week at his vegas home. Karas will be extradited to San Diego to face charges of burglary, cheating and winning by fraudulent means. Karas could potentially face up to 3 years in prison if he is convicted of all costs.
‘This defendant’s luck ran out thanks to cooperation that is extraordinary many different legislation enforcement agencies who worked together to analyze and prosecute this case,’ said Bonnie Dumanis, San Diego County District Attorney.
The case ended up being opened in July, after Karas whose genuine name is Anargyros Karabourniotis ended up being seen on protection cameras marking cards in a blackjack game using tiny amounts of dye. Karas was marking all of the cards worth ten (tens, jacks, queens and kings), too as aces, in order to gain an advantage over the Barona Resort and Casino in Lakeside, California, which is located inland in North San Diego County.