Starting this Summer, Deadwood casinos will be allowed to offer craps and
roulette. Training employees to operate these games has begun.
A training program has been developed with the state Commission on Gaming and
the Deadwood Gaming Association. The program is an intense training session that
is for every Deadwood gaming employee. Training lasts for six weeks.
The training program was designed to give each employee proper education on how
the craps and roulette games are ran. Students of the program will learn game
techniques. As well as the procedures and regulations for each game.
Training will conclude in May. Casino Dealers School of Colorado has sent two
dealers to teach the program.
120 hours of training for craps is required to run the game. 60 hours is
required for roulette.
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