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An Atlantic City casino is suing a playing card manufacturer after an unshuffled deck allegedly resulted in a lucky payday for several gamblers.
The Golden Nugget Atlantic City says a faulty deck from Blue Springs, Mo.-based card maker Gemaco Inc. allowed 14 mini-baccarat players to win $1.5 million at the casino in April, according to the Associated Press.
In its lawsuit, the Golden Nugget alleges that it used a Gemaco deck that was supposed to be pre-shuffled, but was not. According to reports, the mini-baccarat players were able to win 41 consecutive hands because the cards kept appearing in a repeated sequence while the players were at the table.
The casino also named the gamblers in its lawsuit, saying they violated state gambling laws, according to reports.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, according to the Federal Trade Commission, which busted an exercise device maker for deceiving consumers about the effectiveness of its product.