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Black Country gambler banned from casinos tells all in microchipped book

By Harriet Evans | Stourbridge | Dudley entertainment | Published:

A gambler from Stourbridge who was so good he was banned by numerous casinos has now created and patented the first-ever microchip for books.

Balvinder Sambhi, 49, rose to fame after being banished from 98 per cent of the country’s casinos due to his winning record.

In 2009, Mr Sambhi was banned from all UK Grosvenor Casinos and in 2018 he was banned from all UK Rainbow Casinos. A year later all UK Broadway Casinos banned him too.

Mr Sambhi used a different method in each casino and was approached by a Chinese technology entrepreneur to create a book about the various methods he used.

He said: “After my various casino bans, I was approached last year to commission a final book on my banned roulette systems that I deployed in each casino group.

"These five unique special edition published books are created with a world’s first patent pending RFID Identification microchip. Printed and bound by Swallowtail Print Ltd Norwich UK.

Balvinder Sambhi holds a microchip

"Now for the first time in history a microchipped book can be traced back to an owner without any other form of ownership proof.

"Now by scanning any microchipped book in seconds with this new patent pending book invention the owner can be traced backed to the persons book by this RFID microchip which is embedded in any book."

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The chip works in the same way that a microchip would work for a pet.

Mr Sambhi added: "I have filed and registered a patent grant application for this new microchipped book invention for the UK at the IPO office online and will be filing further patent applications for the rest of the world in due course.

"The five books are very special and the only ones in the world."

Mr Sambhi is commencing talks with book publishers to license the new patent pending invention for commercial worldwide use of RFID chipping in book publishing in the near future.

Harriet Evans

By Harriet Evans
Community Reporter - @HarrietEvans_ES

Community Reporter at the Express & Star, covering the issues affecting young people across the Black Country and Staffordshire. Contact me at harriet.evans@expressandstar.co.uk

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