The MIT Lottery Team

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Americans spent $58 billion dollars on lottery tickets in 2011 in hopes of defying the odds and striking it rich.  The tremendous popularity of the lottery despite it’s horrific return on investment has led some to cynically label the lottery … Continued

World Game Protection Conference: Day 2

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Day 2 of the WGPC began with  keynote sessions on unconventional means of beating the casinos.  Kicking off the day with High-Tech Casino Crime was Richard Martin and John Anderson from London’s Metropolitan Police Clubs & Vice.  When I think of gaming … Continued

World Game Protection Conference: Day 1

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A few days ago I returned from the World Game Protection Conference (WGPC).  It was a memorable 3 days. Shortly after arriving in Vegas,  I received some disappointing news from Willy Allison, President of  World Game Protection. Allison had been informed that … Continued