This issue is a critical point. I am all for advantage play but am more concerned about massive legal expenses, first offense jail time (its a felony in Nevada) and having a criiminal record. A felony conviction means you cannot own a gun, vote, or many other things.
Enter in this a person calling himself "Jim Dice". JD assures us that all is fine and that this is perfectly legal. However, he offers NOTHING in substantiation other than what he says someone allegedly once said. Can we use his opinion (or wishful thinking) as our legal defense? Where is his evidence supporting this statement?
On the other hand, I have posted the law as stated in the Nevada Statutes (see below post).
It appears to me that absent anything of any substance (Court ruling, statement in writing by Gaming Control Board or Commission) allowing the physical altering of outcomes, we have to assume that the law regarding cheating (which includes altering of the outcomes of a game) is accurate and playing this way is very risky.
As for Jim Dice, don't drop the soap!