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Clarence Jernigan

The video poker vendor has agreed to quit the business, surrender all his poker machines, and pay a penalty of $500,000 to Randolph County officials. Over the past four years Jernigan's 263 poker machines have earned him over $4.3 million dollars. Although video poker is legal in North Carolina, vendors must follow several restrictions, such as a $10 maximum payout in merchandise. (Apr-09-05)


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Published on Apr-11-05


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