Deadwood Mountain Grand fined by South Dakota Gaming Commission

DEADWOOD, S.D. — The Deadwood Mountain Grand is being fined by the South Dakota Gaming Commission. The problem? A missing card at a blackjack table back in December.

The casino came under fire after a blackjack table continued to operate for approximately 12 hours while a king of diamonds was missing from the deck.

A dealer had lost control of his cards, which fell on the floor. The dealer picked-up the cards up, re-shuffled, and continued playing.

Deadwood Mtn Grand Fined

Deadwood Mountain Grand management discovered the card was missing after watching security footage of the card drop.

The casino refunded more than $5,000 to some of the patrons, and now they have to pay a fine of $1,200 to the Gaming Commission.

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