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Table Games Offerings Expanded in Minnesota

Number of Tables Allowed Increases from 50 to 80

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Running Aces in Columbus, Minn.A bill that was signed into law last week in Minnesota will expand poker operations at two of the state’s racetracks. The measure moved quickly through the legislature, according to The Star Tribune.

According to the bill:

The maximum number of poker tables, other than those used for instruction, demonstrations, or tournaments, has been bumped from 50 to 80. The table limit exception for tournament play is allowed for only one tournament per year that lasts for no longer than 14 days.

Wagering limits for table games have increased from $60 $100, and for games in which each player is allowed to make only one wager or has a limited opportunity to change that wager, no wager may exceed $300.

 
 
 
 

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Defaced1313
over 2 years ago

Does this mean that the poker limit has increased to $100 bets? So there could in theory be a 50-100 limit game or 2-100 spread limit game.

 
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