Breaking Vegas, [the true story of six college students who broke the bank in sin city], an Atlas Media Corp. production for the History Channel ; produced and directed by Bruce David Klein ; written by Bruce David Klein
The work Breaking Vegas, [the true story of six college students who broke the bank in sin city], an Atlas Media Corp. production for the History Channel ; produced and directed by Bruce David Klein ; written by Bruce David Klein represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Public Libraries of Suffolk County, New York.

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  • True
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Label
  • Breaking Vegas, [the true story of six college students who broke the bank in sin city], an Atlas Media Corp. production for the History Channel ; produced and directed by Bruce David Klein ; written by Bruce David Klein
Main title
  • Breaking Vegas
Sub title
  • [the true story of six college students who broke the bank in sin city]
Responsibility statement
  • an Atlas Media Corp. production for the History Channel ; produced and directed by Bruce David Klein ; written by Bruce David Klein
Variant title
  • True story of six college students who broke the bank in sin city
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • A group of college students used its math skills to win millions and life in the fast lane seemed like a sure bet. Slip back to the '80s and '90s, when a group of overachieving M.I.T. students morphed into high-rolling, big-stakes gamblers. Backed by anonymous investors, they checked into hotels under assumed names and, pretending not to know each other, communicated with secret gestures and code words inside the casinos. Betting $50,000 a hand, the students racked up millions in winnings before their ingenious scam folded
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording DVD
Runtime
  • 90
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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