|Reality Check by Dave Whamond|
It’s called "sigheh" – he gives her money, she gives him sex, and it’s all legal, religious and temporary. Continue reading “Is temporary marriage in Iran cheating, a godsend, religious prostitution or a deception?”
Phuong Quoc Truong and his "Tran Organization" unlawfully obtained up to $7 million by cheating casinos during card games by bribing the dealers into false shuffling and having pit bosses look the other way while they cheated. Continue reading “Cheating a casino with shufffle tracking”
"I’m sorry, Dave, you aren’t allowed to cheat on your exam."
Caveon, an independent test security company, uses statistics to detect cheaters:
Continue reading “How do you detect cheating on exams?”
The powerful drug testosterone remains one of the mainstay drugs for athletes who want to be winners
Continue reading “Catching a cheating athlete with chemistry”
|The cheating woman, Gabriella Nagy,
wearing her wig and dark glasses disguise.
Jasmin Schuller took these photographs
of her delicious-looking desserts.
As you can see, her goodies, such as this
ice cream cone, were made using exotic
ingredients in a limited range of colors –
mostly whites, browns and reds. Continue reading “Cheating with tasty desserts by Jasmin Schuller”
Quarterback Steve McNair, 36, was murdered by his mistress, 20-year-old Sahel Kazemi. Continue reading “Cheating and adultery in sports”
Walnut shells are used in the "old shell game."
(The full meaning of this photo will become clear
when you get to the end of the post.)
Continue reading “Cheating to make a perfect dog win”
They shot baseballs at loaded bats.
Continue reading “A baseball cannon blows up a cheating myth”