MGM Limited Access To Game Play, Nev. Gaming Board Says

Law360, Washington (February 10, 2014, 6:07 PM EST) -- The Nevada State Gaming Control Board accused MGM Resorts International PTC on Friday of restricting its access to gaming activities at its luxury Aria Resort & Casino, urging the Nevada Gaming Commission to take action against the casino's repeated violations.

The board alleged that an Aria floor supervisor prevented two agents from observing game play in October at a roulette table in the resort's Salon Prive after two roulette players said they didn't want to be observed while they gambled. However, state gaming law states that...
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