Topeka A Kansas regulatory board is investigating employees of a state-owned casino in Dodge City over allegations they were involved in illegal off-site poker games, and about two dozen could face suspension or loss of their state licenses, a board spokesman confirmed Friday.
The state Racing and Gaming Commission provided few details about the allegations surrounding the workers at the Boot Hill Casino and Resort. But spokesman Bill Miskell said most worked at the casino’s table games and that the employees under investigation will receive notices that their licenses, which they need to work in the casino, are under review.
“Our investigation has determined with certainty that games were occurring weekly,” Miskell said. “We are not in a position at this time to provide more specific details regarding the investigation.”