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Gamblers Claim Illegitimate Decks of Cards Lost Them $250K

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Associated Press
Published on:
May/23/2019

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two gamblers have filed a federal lawsuit against a Philadelphia casino claiming they lost $250,000 because of faulty shuffling machines and illegitimate decks of cards.


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The lawsuit against SugarHouse was filed in Philadelphia on Wednesday and accuses the casino of failing to "provide an honest wagering environment."

The Pennsylvania Gaming Board last year fined SugarHouse a total of $100,000 for using decks with the wrong number of cards. The casino also admitted employees did not properly address warning lights on automated shufflers over an eight-month period.

It was during that period that William Vespe, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, says he lost $104,000, and Anthony Mattia, of Philadelphia, says he lost $147,000.

Both men seek unspecified damages from SugarHouse and parent company Rush Street Gambling.

SugarHouse denies the claims.

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