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Man steals $8,000 in chips from Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino

Posted on the 14th of October 2015

Man steals $8,000 in chips from Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino

Nyamekye Taylor, 38, of North Avondale was arrested on Tuesday the 13th of October after stealing 16 purple casino chips, each valued at $500 from a Roulette table at Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati. Taylor then tried having other people cash in the casino chips for him. However, this didn’t go according to plan because the casino recognized the stolen chips. Unknown to most people, many casinos insert radio frequency identification into their chips. The allows the chips to communicate with the gambling tables. If the chip is taken out of the casino, then the radio signals between the chip and the casino will be broken, and the casino will switch off the radio signal transmission, rendering the chip worthless. Taylor was apparently not aware of this when he stole the chips from the casino. Taylor was observed on camera taking the chips and has admitted to the theft. Taylor is facing one felony charge for collecting money from a casino without making a wager. Taylor was arraigned on Wednesday and released on his own recognizance.

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