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Maryland casinos to operate 24 hours a day; rules for table games approved

A die must be made of cellulose, except for its spots, and cannot be smaller than three-quarters of an inch on each side. Value chips must be in the shape of a disk, and only in a denomination and color previously approved by regulators.

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Eye Opener: Companies, government should be fined for bad speed camera tickets, Cardin says

State regulators may approve casinos' requests to stay open 24 hours a day later this week, but the casinos and industry experts are a little unsure of how much demand there will be for round-the-clock gambling.

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Casinos unsure about impact of 24/7 gambling

The first part of Maryland’s gambling expansion could be approved by regulators this week, when the State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission evaluates casino operators’ requests to stay open 24 hours a day. But industry experts are unsure what impact ...

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Maryland casino revenue bounces back in November

Maryland’s three casinos combined to generate $43.1 million in November, the largest amount since August, despite a deepening slump at the state’s first commercial casino in Cecil County.

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Maryland Live bets on table games

David Cordish, president of The Cordish Cos., and Rob Norton, general manager of Maryland Live, announced Wednesday their plan to begin live table games and 24 hour operations at the casino. Cordish said these new additions will create 1,200 new jobs at the state’s largest casino.

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