The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is currently looking into the disputed game.
“The matter is under investigation, and we are aware that several patrons have not been paid in connection with the mini-baccarat incident,” said division spokeswoman Lisa Spengler.
The players maintain that they did nothing wrong and the Atlantic City casino should have stopped the game if something was wrong. The casino refuses to cash their chips.
The game in question was played for two and a half hours on April 30.