In July the case court between the Seminole Tribe of Florida and the State of
Florida is schedule to take place. The lawsuit is over the future of the tribe's
casino game offering of blackjack.
However, both sides are asking for the trial to be postponed.
During the trial it will be determined if the compact was violated when the
state authorized a south Florida track to operate electronic blackjack.
The Seminoles were given exclusive rights to the operation of blackjack under
the compact. However the compact expired last year. At that time the state
wanted the table games removed. The tribe refused since they believed the
compact was breached.
Both sides are hoping to have the issue heard in October.
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