THE MOB MUSEUM ANNOUNCES “BEATING THE ODDS, AN INSIDE LOOK AT CASINO CHEATING,” A COURTROOM CONVERSATION, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21
On Wednesday, May 21, The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, will host “Beating the Odds, An Inside Look at Casino Cheating” in its historic courtroom. Part of the Museum’s ongoing Courtroom Conversation educational programming series, the event will begin with light refreshments at 5:30 p.m. followed by a 6:30 p.m. program consisting of a panel discussion among George Joseph, owner of Worldwide Casino Consulting, an expert in gambling surveillance; James Taylor, deputy chief of special investigations and support services, Nevada Gaming Control Board; and Bill Zender, former Nevada Gaming Control Board agent, casino operator and author who now teaches casino management and game protection to gaming companies and law enforcement agencies. The discussion will be moderated by author and award-winning newspaper columnist Jack Sheehan. Book signings by Joseph and Zender will follow the panel discussion. This program helps fulfill The Mob Museum’s mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society. Previous Courtroom Conversations have included “Women in Gaming,” featuring Elaine Wynn, Jan Jones Blackhurst and Patricia Becker and “Protectors of the State,” with former Nevada governors Bob List, Richard Bryan and Bob Miller. Additional panel discussions and speakers have addressed topics such as Black History Month, women in organized crime and the Whitey Bulger trial.
The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Avenue , Las Vegas, NV 89101