Remember the crew that had their $645 million World Cup gambling ring busted in Macau last month? They allegedly took their talents to Las Vegas. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the FBI arrested eight Chinese nationals, including poker player Paul Phua, who authorities say set up shop at Caesars Palace and took wagers on the soccer tournament. Per the report:
Phua was also reportedly among those arrested in Macau; if the allegations are true, and even if they’re not, this would be a tremendous plot basis for Rush Hour 4.
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