Illegitimate dice at Golden Nugget craps table?
A New York court has encouraged New Jersey officials to examine a gambler’s claim that the Golden Nugget casino cheated him out of $469,125.
nontransparent dice that were marked with table numbers and other scratches
Wayne Chan accused the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City of using special dice at a craps table. Chan lost the near-half-a-million dollars during visits from 2018-19, but said the casino used special nontransparent dice that were marked with table numbers and other scratches. If true, that violates New Jersey state gambling laws, which stipulate that dice must be transparent.
“The use of nontransparent dice is particularly egregious as it potentially facilitates cheating through using weighted dice.“ Chan’s lawyers said. “These illegal practices placed Plaintiff at an even greater disadvantage when the games are already stacked against the players and in favor of the casinos.”
After taking his frustrations to a casino manager, Chan was told the casino had been “doing this for years.” He is using that as evidence that he is not the only gambler that has been cheated.
Chan’s original claim was deemed unsuccessful, and the Golden Nugget sought $200,000 in repayment. However, the Appellate Division, First Department in Manhattan said last Thursday that the decision was “premature.” It is now requesting the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) launch an investigation to determine if the dice were fair or unfair.
Chan originally filed a complaint with the DGE in 2020. A decision has not been reached.
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