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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-202: Combining of parimutuel pools, formation of interstate common pool

           12. a. Except as provided in subsection b. of this section, the New Jersey Racing Commission shall not permit an out-of-State sending track to participate in casino simulcasting unless the parimutuel pools in the casinos shall be combined with comparable parimutuel pools at the out-of-State sending track. The types of wagering, takeout, distribution of winnings, rules of racing, method of calculating breakage, and the percentage of deposits remaining undistributed from a parimutuel pool after payment is made to winning ticket holders shall be determined in accordance with the law or policy applicable to the out-of-State sending track.

b. With the prior approval of the New Jersey Racing Commission and the concurrence of the out-of-State sending track, a casino and receiving tracks or entities in other states other than the state in which the sending track is located may form an interstate common pool. With respect to such interstate common pools, the Racing Commission may approve types of wagering, takeout, distribution of winnings, rules of racing, method of calculating breakage, and a percentage of deposits remaining undistributed from a parimutuel pool after payment is made to winning ticket holders which are different from those which would otherwise be applied in this State but which are consistent for all parties to the interstate common pool.

c. Moneys resulting from breakage on amounts wagered at a casino and from outstanding parimutuel tickets issued at a casino simulcasting facility in all instances shall be distributed as provided in section 13 of this act.

L.1992,c.19,s.12.



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