I have just learned that there is a casino host in Las Vegas whose real name is D.V. Cellini. Mr. Cellini�s father, also named D.V. Cellini, also worked in the casino industry for many years in Havana, Cuba, before moving to Las Vegas when Castro closed the casinos there.
The author of The Card Counter�s Guide to Casino Surveillance chose the pseudonym D.V. Cellini out of his interest in gambling history. His book in no way concerns the life of the D.V. Cellini who worked in Battista�s casinos, and he is in no way related to this individual or his son, the casino host. Also, the D.V. Cellini who is the casino host is not the author of The Card Counter�s Guide to Casino Surveillance.
The author posts exclusively on bj21.com and uses the handle Cellini. All posts by the author are authenticated with David.