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Nevada Gaming Commission treats scofflaw gaming company with kid gloves

The great Nevada Gaming Commission says anybody, no matter what they do, can have a license. The panel fined CG Technology $1.75 million, even though the company cheated customers on bets, took bets from out of state and took bets after games started (Nov. 16 Review-Journal).

The company operates eight sports books in Las Vegas. In 2014, under a different name, the company was fined $5.5 million.

How long can you cheat your customers? Las Vegas standards are helping sports books all over the country. But do they tell them about CG Technology?

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