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W.Va. table games legislation in jeopardy

April 8, 2013

WHEELING — The House of Delegates Judiciary Committee removed the bill to reduce annual table gambling fees by $1 million from its agenda Friday, but local legislators maintain hope it still can be......

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Apr-08-13 5:16 PM

For my money, if the casino would shuffle the cards on the table rather than using shuffle machines that have the ability to read the cards; I'd play more and more often.

If you don't believe me, watch them change decks, just one time. No pot-boss wants to talk about it, but it is true.

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