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Blackjack News Archive - September 2007

Florida House Finally Approves Third Seminole Gaming Compact
Monday, May 31 , 2010

Gov. Crist and the Florida legislature finally approved a 20 year Seminole compact on April 20th, 2010. The deal will allow the tribe to continue offering blackjack at their casinos.

WinADay Launches Slot Twenty-One Game
Sunday, May 30 , 2010

WinADays Slot 21 game is a combination of the slot machine and blackjack game. Players will have the chance to take home the games progressive jackpot prize.

Michael Trentalange Represents Losing Seminole Blackjack Players Against Seminole Casino
Monday, May 10 , 2010

Michael Trentalange is the lawyer representing losing blackjack players against the Seminole tribe. He believes that the Seminole blackjack game is illegal since there is no gaming compact.

Florida Officials and Seminoles Reaches a Compromise on New Gaming Compact
Sunday, May 09 , 2010

Florida lawmakers and the Seminoles finally finalize a gaming agreement on April 21st, 2010. The deal will allow the tribe to offer blackjack and Class III slot machines.

The First Graduates of the Blackjack Dealer Class at the Northampton Community College
Thursday, May 06 , 2010

Northamptons first blackjack class graduates are expected to be hired by the Mount Airy Casino. The Northampton Community College put together the classes this year.

Seminoles Finally Receives Approval from State Senate to Offer Blackjack
Wednesday, May 05 , 2010

The Florida Senate approved the Seminole compact on April 20th, 2010. The new compact will allow the Seminole tribe to continue offering blackjack at five of their casinos.

Indiana Supreme Court Continues to Discuss Tom Donovan Case
Tuesday, May 04 , 2010

The Supreme Court of Indiana is still discussing Tom Donovans card counting case. The court is expected to reach a decision in a few months.

Florida State Lawmakers and Seminole Officials Close to Finalizing a Gaming Agreement
Monday, May 03 , 2010

The Seminole tribe and Florida lawmakers are close to creating a new gaming compact. Rep. Bill Galvano is the leading House negotiator in the compact discussions.

Florida Lawmakers Closer to Solving the Seminole Compact Issue
Sunday, May 02 , 2010

The new gaming deal will allow the Seminoles to continue offering blackjack and slot machines. State officials also have the option to review the deal after five years.