Today’s Missouri Gaming Commission Meeting Report

The Missouri Gaming Commission (MGC) held its monthly meeting today in Jefferson City.  There were several disciplinary actions taken including a $5,000 fine against Ameristar Casino Kansas City for failing to report a criminal theft from a patron and a $10,000 fine against Argosy Casino in Riverside for using old software in slot machines that had been revoked.

The MGC also negotiated down a prior fine, which they do each meeting by an average amount of 10 percent, this time against Harrah’s North Kansas City in which the casino used a deck of cards in a poker tournament that did not contain all the playing cards.

Before moving into a closed meeting, the commission approved a motion to transfer the control of the Horse Racing Rules from the Missouri Horse Racing Commission to the Missouri Gaming Commission; which was originally a motion made during the prior Missouri Horse Racing Commission meeting.

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