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Boyd/MGM Fined $25K For Accepting Mobsters Action

By Chuckmonster on Thursday, 20th January 2005 11:16pm
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The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City has been fined $25,000 for allowing an alleged mobster who had been blacklisted to gamble.

MGM Mirage and Boyd Gaming both own the Borgata.

State officials say Anthony Casso, a reputed captain in the Lucchese crime family, played table games for three hours and had his $349 hotel room "comped" during his one-day stay last November.

They also say the 64-year-old New York man lost almost $2,800 gambling.



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