David Le, from left, Chris Penfield and Jake Rosenstiel wait to place bets during a game of Texas Hold’em Poker at the Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California on July 14, 2016. Texas Hold’em is not subject to a new rule dictating rotation of the dealer. Games like Pai Gow and Blackjack would be subject to the new rule.
David Le, from left, Chris Penfield and Jake Rosenstiel wait to place bets during a game of Texas Hold’em Poker at the Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California on July 14, 2016. Texas Hold’em is not subject to a new rule dictating rotation of the dealer. Games like Pai Gow and Blackjack would be subject to the new rule. Eli Hiller ehiller@sacbee.com
David Le, from left, Chris Penfield and Jake Rosenstiel wait to place bets during a game of Texas Hold’em Poker at the Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California on July 14, 2016. Texas Hold’em is not subject to a new rule dictating rotation of the dealer. Games like Pai Gow and Blackjack would be subject to the new rule. Eli Hiller ehiller@sacbee.com
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