Woodbine Casino dealt dealer cheat scheme fine

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Ontario Gaming GTA has been served with a notice of monetary penalty totalling CA$80,000 by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission Ontario after allegations of a cheat-at-play and dealer collusion scheme at Woodbine Casino.

An investigation was held into an electronic craps dealer at the site allegedly being in collusion with patrons. This led to five individuals being charged in April this year.

AGCO’s regulatory compliance branch then conducted a compliance review and found that Casino Woodbine “failed to detect or take appropriate action on available information to prevent the cheat-at-play and dealer collusion scheme.”

Casino Woodbine fully cooperated with the AGCO’s regulatory review and has committed to addressing deficiencies.

A casino operator served with a Notice of an issued Monetary Penalty by the AGCO has the right to appeal the Registrar’s action to the Licence Appeal Tribunal, which is an adjudicative tribunal independent of the AGCO and part of Tribunals Ontario.

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