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throws the first dice Monday on the craps table in Tulsa with dealer Marianna Smith during the first daythat Okahoma casinos are able to use ball and dice. [PHOTOS BY STEPHEN PINGRY,TULSA WORLD] After Oklahoma lawmakers approved traditional ball and dice games this year, casinos are now able to open those tables gambling up to customers. The law expands gaming rules to allow roulette and craps. Many casinos already had these kinds of games, but the outcomes were based on the use of playing cards rather than what someone might find in a Las Vegas casino. In all, the state signed agreements with 13 tribes. The U.S. Department of Interior gave final approval to the compacts last week. The Cherokee Nation celebrated Monday by holding a ceremonial roll of the dice at its Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa. "We never really had a clear idea of what the implementation date was going to be until the week of," said Mickey Ward, senior director of corporate gaming for the Cherokee Nation. "So we put a lot of teasers out there to the public that this was coming, getting them excited." Both tribes and lawmakers said that expanding the use of traditional games would keep more gambling money in Oklahoma, rather than having it leave the state for other casino havens like the Gulf Coast and Kansas City.
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