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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Robert Norton
William Godwin practices his chip handling under the watchful eyes of his children. Shannon Dadds gets card tips from her son. When Claudia Harbourt has downtime during her nursing shift, she hones her blackjack skills with her patients.
Maryland Live Casino officials announced Wednesday that they were all in for table games and 24-hour operations at the Anne Arundel County gambling house, promising 1,200 additional jobs and an atmosphere of excitement on the floor of the nation's third-largest casino.
As a former dealer himself — he spent a few minutes dealing out cards to one table of awed students — Mr. Norton said the key to dealing is "all about customer service."
Casino President Robert Norton explained that the school is step one in a long process.