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"The biggest thing is that it now allows us to offer the products that they're used to seeing in the traditional commercial gaming market. So dollars that we would normally see leave the state of Oklahoma, they now can stay within the state," Ward said. The Chickasaw Nation launched craps and roulette at its Winstar World Casino and Resort on Friday, and roulette at the Riverwind Casino on Saturday. Other tribes are cashing in on the new law, including the Choctaw Nation, which opened its 10 tables in three casinos last week. Cherokee Nation Entertainment will have seven traditional roulette and five craps tables spread across three of its casinos. The tribe built a new training site for about 50 employees to learn how to use the games and put them through dozens of hours of training.
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This story about Russell Westbrook learning how to play roulette is hilarious This story about Russell Westbrook learning how to play roulette is hilarious By Nick Schwartz July 7, 2018 1:16 pm Follow online casino @Nick_Schwartz The NBA Summer League is underway in Las Vegas, and theres a good chance you may run into a few of the leagues future stars at the tables if you happen to be wandering around Vegas casinos over the next 10 days. Bleacher Report spoke to NBA veteran Tobias Harris about life in Vegas during the Summer League, and Harris recalled an incredible story about Oklahoma City superstar Russell Westbrook, who didnt know how roulette worked. Harris said that he explained the game to Westbrook, but he couldnt convince Westbrook to put any money on the table. Westbrook instantly regretted not taking the advice. Man, Ive got a $500 chip in my hand right now, Westbrook told Harris and his friend, who recommended that he place the chip on his jersey number, zero. If it hit, at 35-1 odds, Westbrook would win $17,500. Westbrook wrestled with the decision, ultimately deciding against it. Hes like, Man, I dont trust this game, Harris recalls. So the roulette guy spins the wheel.
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