Shuffled up: Once a destination, Taj Mahal poker room folds

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - The closing of the Trump Taj Mahal casino on Monday will cost thousands of workers their jobs and bring a final end to Donald Trump's legacy in the seaside resort, but it will also mean the closure of what was once one of the premiere destinations for poker outside Las Vegas.

The poker room in the casino on Atlantic City's boardwalk long ago lost its lustre, but in its heyday drew packed crowds of gamblers from around the region and country to dozens of tables around the clock.

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