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The fact that the casino operators in Ledyard do report winnings to the IRS apparently has done nothing to dampen the one-time mob gamblers' enthusiasm for Foxwoods. And the effect has been minimal in such places as Stamford, from which the commute to southeastern. For example, they will be looking for the mob to expand its loan-sharking activities among players at the Indians' casino and possibly more than recoup losses from its run-down gambling halls in south Hartford -DE Updated: YY92 MM06 DD{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Organized-crime investigators do not expect the mob to stand by and watch idly as patrons of its games move south and east to Ledyard. If the migration of gamblers proves to be more than a short-term phenomenon, the investigators said, lawmen will be looking for new wrinkles. The demise of the illegal games in conjunction with the overwhelming popularity of the Indians' casino has been something of a surprise to organized-crime investigators. One individual, a self-described mechanic who at present is confined to a fedeal prison for about three years, said his occupation rarely prevented him from finding a game in Hartford. They would open or close or change locations, often in reponse to curiosity or pressure from the police. The business owner got money for another losing day at dice. Witnesses at the Mafia trial last summer admitted losing hundreds of thousands of dollars. One investigator told of releasing a noxious gas while rifling through a desk drawer at one club in a search for business records. The atmosphere, for example, could be downright rank. Why would anybody play there when they can go down to Ledyard? The source of the odor appeared to have been some sort of Italian sandwich put there. The associate said he got a kickback for every replaced window he could take credit for. A mob associate from Hartford who is a second-generation organizer and player at Hartford's illegal games, recently scoffed at the naivete of a question about who took control of the city's illegal games after a series of convictions a year ago wiped out the mob's local leadership. Critics of legalized casino gambling in Connecticut, including Gov. They said the clientele at another, on Wethersfield Avenue near Meadow Street, has dwindled to a handful of old-timers who gather forlornly of an occasional afternoon. Investigators, who admit being regular visitors -- of course, only to keep abreast of goings-on at the casino -- have often found themselves inadvertently rubbing elbows with mobsters they have chased for years. Lowell P. On the other hand, the loan sharks were usually around to collect. New Haven, which for some reason has fewer illegal games, has been less hard hit, he said. The loan sharks loaned cash at illegally exorbitant rates of interest. There has always been something of a gypsy aspect to the games in Hartford. The allure of a new and cheerfully lit casino, with complimentary cocktails served by women in revealing Indian maiden outfits and -- most of all -- a square deal, apparently is more powerful than the camaraderie of a bunch of middle-aged men with hairy chests who risk being fleeced by cardsharps and compulsive gamblers in some dingy inner-city commercial building. A tapped-out player could be reinfused with cash while missing only a few rolls of the dice. But what happened has not been what organized-crime investigators expected. The witness described Ulis as a "mechanic. On some occasions, it has been as if habitues of mob games have been transported en masse to Ledyard. For example, the state's entry into daily numbers has had no effect on the popularity of illegal numbers rackets run in the state's various ethnic communities. Players at the illegal clubs were often so addicted to gambling -- degenerate gamblers in the parlance of the trade -- that they played with others who were known cheats, the self-described mechanic said. One thing the games had in common was that they afforded players the opportunity to lose huge sums of money to the mob. Weicker Jr. A mob-controlled casino on Standish Street in Hartford, popular with the South End sporting set as recently as last fall, has closed, said a variety of investigators who keep an eye on organized crime. And the winnings, both to individual players and game operators, were not reported as taxable income. There were other unappealing aspects of mob casinos. Members and associates of criminal groups are attracted by Ledyard, but, at least so far, they have arrived as players. One was eventually arrested for bankrupting his business and embezzling from his partners to pay his gambling debts. The Southend Social Club, which featured craps, the Greek dice game barbute and sometimes a hand of poker on Franklin Avenue, closed last year and never reopened after being scorched by a burst of notoriety from a long-running federal organized-crime trial. Some times the mechanics, card and dice cheats, would operate in league with the owners of the games; other times they would cheat on their own. Many of the organizers of illegal games also acted as loan sharks or permitted loan sharks to operate at their games. The illegal casino games also had certain attractions that many thought would continue to ensure their popularity, according to investigators, participants and players who have testified as witnesses at Mafia trials. A Hartford mob associate told of being paid in his youth by the owner of an automotive glass company to break the windows of cars in south Hartford. A popular illegal club in New Britain also has closed, said the investigators, who would discuss the subject only on condition of anonymity. Some games would attract 20 or 30 players to vacant buildings. And for the illegal player unable to pay, and there usually were many, the consequence of nonpayment could range from a tongue-lashing to a beating with a baseball bat. A witness at a trial in Hartford last year described the sad tale he heard from a fellow unable to make the sky-high interest payment on such a loan. The integrity of mob-run games are also the subject of continual speculation, according to various players, some of whom claim to be honest and others who make no such claim. Some card games, often relatively obscure games popular with ethnic groups, would attract a few people to the back rooms of cafes. It has not conformed to past trends, in which the legalization of certain kinds of gambling only created a greater public appetite for both legal and illegal versions of the games. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The opening of a legal casino on Indian land in Ledyard has had a curious effect on the mob's illegal but profitable dice and card games in Hartford -- it has strangled them. Members and associates of the Patriarca organized-crime family from both Rhode Island and Connecticut have been spotted at the Foxwoods tables. The mob, according to investigators and others familiar with the games, made money by loan-sharking and by taking a "chop," or percentage, from every winning play at its clubs.