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Through Anne Arundel Community College's Dealer School, plenty are finding jobs and changing careers as a casino gaming dealer in Maryland.
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A New Jersey woman broke the world record for shooting dice by throwing the bones 154 times before she sevened out, casino officials said. The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City said Pat DeMauro, of Morris County, bought into the craps game for $100 Saturday and held the dice for four hours and 18 minutes, besting the the three-hour, six-minute world record that has stood unchallenged since May 28, 1989, The Press of Atlantic City reported Monday. DeMauro said the record-breaking...
A Connecticut college is offering a non-credit course for students interested in becoming experts on the complicated dice game craps. Nino Nistri, 68, who is teaching the course at Manchester Community College, said he has been gambling since the age of 11 and has been instructing people on the rules and language of craps since 2000, the Hartford (Conn.) Courant reported Monday. Nistri said the game can be daunting for an observing novice. People are winning on '7,' losing on '7,' chips are...
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