There are jurisdictions that are taking a new approach on dice sliders that I think may make Wongs approach to dice control a bad move.
Some casinos are using reqular people on the game as the victims in dice slide cases. The reason being that for a multi million dollar casino to take someone to court for a slide isn't a very dramatic case. However if you put the average Joe as the victim it becomes more dramatic.
If a cheat is holding one of the dice on four with a slide and betting The hard eight. Here you have a reqular guy on the same game betting the hard ten he cannot win his bet do to the actions of the cheater.
With Wongs system wouldn't that fall into the same category? If the roll of the dice is controlled and not random would that not affect the odds of other players on the game?