A series about people who have attempted to make their riches by playing games against the house.
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Max Rubin Max Rubin ...  Himself - Vegas Historian / ... 6 episodes, 2005
Sonya Rose Atkinson Sonya Rose Atkinson ...  Cover Girl / ... 4 episodes, 2005
Robert Davi ...  Narrator 4 episodes, 2005
Anthony Curtis Anthony Curtis ...  Himself - Blackjack Expert 3 episodes, 2005
Lauren Marie Jones 3 episodes, 2005
Jeff Bostrand Jeff Bostrand ...  Casino Director / ... 2 episodes, 2005
David G. Schwartz David G. Schwartz ...  Himself - Center for Gaming Research / ... 2 episodes, 2005
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A series about people who have attempted to make their riches by playing games against the house.

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History Channel

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USA

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English

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March 2005 (USA) See more »

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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Atlas Media See more »
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In "Prince of Poker", a man comes up to TJ Clotier and expresses how much he loves watching him play on the World Poker Tour. This episode chronicled events which occurred in 2000; the World Poker Tour wasn't created until 2003. See more »

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Don't try this in Vegas
18 May 2005 | by SEAdragon2005See all my reviews

Breaking Vegas documents the attempts of various people trying to gain an upper hand on the house. While most of the methods shown on the series are technically "legal" in courts, anything that gives a player an advantage over the house will get you kick out and banned from the casino. Although each cheater has their own unique method, they share a similar story. They get interested in gambling and want to find a way to win more than the house, usually out of sheer curiosity. They develop their method and use usually with good results and a lot of money. However, the pressure of remaining unnoticed by the pit bulls exhaust them and they quit. If anything the show should warn the viewers not to try anything they watch on the show in Las Vegas.


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