In the gambling world (and not only), it is not uncommon for illegal businessmen to become victims of gambling. Criticism from customers. This correlates interestingly with many philosophical treatises on the fact that “all evil destroys itself”.
A short story in this article tells another such case. This happened in Cyprus, where the gambling industry has been fully legal for many years and hosts many popular poker festivals.
“What about you, Brutus?”: Ludoman, 63, reported the casino where he was playing to police.
Although there are many legal land-based casinos in Cyprus, underground gambling still exists in Cyprus. island. Every year, local law enforcement clamps down on activity at such establishments, but this niche is constantly occupied by new illegal traders.
In Cyprus, another underground casino was recently shut down. Nothing unusual, except that the organizer of this underground venue ratted out his regular customers to the police. In the eloquently named city of Paphos, a 63-year-old resident came forward to issue a statement about organized illegal gambling.
It turned out that the player lost about 30,000 euros in the agency over a year, and then he just told the police about the organizer of the agency. Law enforcement was not idle either, conducting raids on the facility. As a result, illegal casino employees and their visitors were arrested. In particular, some elderly people were arrested, interrogated and charged before being released.