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Horseshoe Casino in Hammond in trouble for allowing underage gambler

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The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond is in some big trouble for letting an underage teenager onto the gaming floor multiple times.

The Indiana Gaming Commission fined the casino $100,000 after the 18-year-old repeatedly entered the casino with a fake ID to play blackjack and place sports bets.

Records show, although the electronic system confirmed the ID to be authentic, security officers still let him in on ten different days.

He was caught at an Illinois casino, where the legal age to gamble is also 21.

The man turned over his Ceasars Rewards card and vouchers that totaled more than $3,000.

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