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AIR DATE: November 28, 2011

After five years of sharing tips with their supervisors, the dealers at Wynn finally got a break when Judge Kenneth Cory ruled that state law prohibited the casino from forcing dealers to share their tips with supervisors and pit bosses. The judge also reinstated the dealers' class action, now valued at tens of millions of dollars. Wynn Resorts has vowed to appeal the verdict. So is this the end of the tip-sharing policy?
 
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Chris Sieroty, gaming reporter, LVRJ

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iam a dealer at encore if the toke policy rules in our favor will the dealers at encore be part of the class action law suit. thank you
al napoliMar 17, 2012 16:08:34 PM
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