Breaking Vegas (S1): Professor Black Jack
He has an IQ of 169, an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, a Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude degree in Economics from Yale, and uncanny talents as a musician. He is Ken Uston, 38-year-old hotshot senior vice president of the Pacific Stock Exchange in San Francisco? at least, that is, during the week.
On the weekends, Las Vegas and Atlantic City casinos know Uston as "The Mad Bomber," "The Roadrunner," "The Phantom?" a.k.a. Don Sanders/Billy Williams/Bill Thomas/Tommy Rogers/Roger Hughes. In short, he is the fearless, chameleonic ringleader to a team of elusive, hand-picked card counters who terrorize the gaming industry, evading the Griffin Agency and casino security at every turn?