Gamblers not playing by the rules have been indicted in Columbus
Ten people have been accused of cheating at the Hollywood Columbus Casino. It's part of a month-long investigation.
All ten are from central Ohio and investigators say they were cheating at virtually every game with the exception of slots and it wasn't a one time thing.
Karen Huey with the Ohio Casino Control Commission says it's a crime they take seriously. In most all cases Huey says the suspects were warned about cheating - many said they didn't care.
If convicted they could face up to a year in jail and a $25-hundred dollar fine, though prosecutors don't expect them to face jail time.