Maryland casino moves quickly to add table games

Flanked by women who work David Cordish announces plans to add live table games and 24-hour gambling at a at the Maryland Live! casino.

Paula Dunsen of Aberdeen, Md. watches the electronic roulette wheel spin at Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover, Md. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. This is one of the games that will soon be replaced with a live version, the casino announced Wednesday. They expect to add 150 live table games as soon as possible after the state has issued the necessary governing regulations, hopefully by spring. Ms. Dunsen says she actually prefers to play the electronic version, because she's had too many dealers "with attitudes." (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

Paula Dunsen of Aberdeen, Md. watches the electronic roulette wheel spin at Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover, Md. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. This is one of the games that will soon be replaced with a live version, the casino announced Wednesday. They expect to add 150 live table games as soon as possible after the state has issued the necessary governing regulations, hopefully by spring. Ms. Dunsen says she actually prefers to play the electronic version, because she's had too many dealers "with attitudes." (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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