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Indiana Supreme Court to Make Decision about Card Counting Rules

In 2006, Indianapolis resident Thomas Donovan sued the Grand Victoria Casino and Resort after he was banned from the blackjack table for suspicions of card counting.  Marion County court ruled in favor of the casino, but the decision was eventually reversed by the Court of Appeals.  The case is now being brought before the Indiana Supreme Court to decide whether casinos should have the right to ban gamblers who count cards, reports indystar.com.

The casino argues that because it is privately owned, it has the right to refuse business with anyone.  However, Donovan argues that both the state and the casino currently have no rules prohibiting card counting.

Source: indystar.com, Associated Press, Posted April 4, 2010

This blog entry was posted on Friday, April 9th, 2010 at 5:17 am and is filed under Blackjack News.

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