Social gaming proposal goes bust

A proposal to relax Keizer’s social gaming ordinance didn’t find any support among Keizer city councilors Monday, Oct. 7.

Greig Olson asked the council to expand its social gaming ordinance to include social gaming clubs. A social gaming club differs from other types of gambling in that there is no rake, the portion of bets taken by the house. 

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