BLACK HAWK, CO - As resported by 9news.com: "There's no spot on the floor that we do not have the ability to see what's going on at any point in time," said Isle Casino Vice President and
General Manager John Bohannon.
The casino is making sure every one of those cameras works before new state gaming laws go into affect on Thursday. The new laws allow casinos to stay open 24 hours a day (currently they are only allowed to stay open 18 hours), establish a higher betting limit of $100 (the current limit is $5) and offer craps and roulette tables.
By some estimates, the new laws could increase casino business by 25 percent. But more cheaters could be among the larger crowd of gamblers.
"We're always prepared for that," Bohannon said..."
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