Cheating at Pai Gow Tiles

Zender’s Virtual Session on Cheating at Pai Gow Tiles

To go with my virtual session “Understanding Pai Gow Tiles”, I have compiled an exceptional hour and 15-minute session on Cheating at Pai Gow Tiles.  This session will cover all the common method used to cheat the game of Pai Gow tiles including Freezing out the table, switching tiles, false shuffling, getting around the dice cup, and several other issues casino executives need to know and understand.  This session is presented through Zoom and will require a $150 fee at time of registration.

Following is the Zoom registration link to this session:

Understanding the Game of Pai Gow Tiles – August 26th, 2021 at 3:00pm EDT (Noon PDT)

This session will cover the more common methods for cheating at Pai Gow Tiles.  This session will discuss freezing out the dealer’s tiles, marked tiles, tile switching, bypassing the dice, and false shuffling.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Aug 26, 2021 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Protecting the Game of Pai Gow Tiles

Fee: $150

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Note: All registered persons will receive a handout of the session as well as the Zoom review link shortly after the session.  The Zoom review link will be active for two weeks after the presentation.

Information for the virtual attendance

  1. Anyone wishing to attend can register through the Zoom registration link provided with this eBlast (above).
  2. When clicking into the Zoom registration link, you will be required to register (quick process) and sign up for free Zoom (if you are not already signed up). You need to sign up for Zoom as an added security to prevent intrusions.  If you already have Zoom, you will be asked to sign into Zoom first.
  3. The session will run approximately 75-minutes. You will be able to ask questions via a Q&A icon.
  4. All attendees will be sent a session handout and a Zoom review link via email at the completion of the session.
  5. My Zoom limit is 100 attendees. Zoom will stop allowing attendees into the session once the session capacity has reached 100 people (entering the day of the presentation).
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