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West Chula Vista, Downtown Chula Vista, Central Chula Vista Amenities. A wide assorment of American and Chinese Cuisine is available to satisfy your hunger needs. The Village Club Card Room, one of four card rooms in San Diego County, was recently named a top ten finalist in Sign on San Diego’s 2011 poll for “Best Local Casino.”. Seven Mile Casino - 120 Photos & 106 Reviews - Casinos - 285 Bay Blvd, Chula Vista, CA - Phone Number - Yelp 106 reviews of Seven Mile Casino 'This place has transformed the area. The casino has a great restaurant / bar and many gaming tables. The casino is non-smoking but has a nice outdoor area for those that smoke.

The Seven Mile Casino in Chula Vista, California. Photo from Facebook

Federal authorities raided two non-Indian card clubs in southern California and charged 25 people with illegal gambling and money laundering. The U.S. Attorney's Office said the Village Club Card Room, also known as the Seven Mile Casino, and the Palomar Card Room operated as fronts for an illegal sports bookmaking operation and were used to launder an estimated $10 million. Some of the defendants also operated illegal gambling operations in rented mansions, according to the indictment. “This indictment describes a massive operation that laundered millions of dollars in illicit proceeds,” U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy said in a press release. “We are committed to putting an end to any activity that enables criminals to hide illicit proceeds.” The FBI seized more than $600,000 during the raids. Some 21 people were arrested in various locations -- including an employee of the casino owned by the Barona Band of Mission Indians, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. “The FBI should be protecting us from terrorists, not from someone hoping to make an inside straight,” Craig Kolk's attorney told the paper. Non-Indian card clubs are legal in California. The Seven Mile Casino denied any wrongdoing and said it would work with the state to address any issues. 'Seven Mile Casino, owned and operated by Harvey Souza and his family, have worked tirelessly for the past 70 years to build upon their great-grandfather’s legacy and comply with the evolving regulations regarding card rooms across the state,' the card club said on Facebook. 'As a family and as a business, they are very much invested in the community of Chula Vista and the industry. We look forward to working with the California Bureau of Gambling Control to resolve all issues.' Get the Story:
California card clubs raided in massive gambling probe (AP 12/9)
FBI Raids San Diego-Area Casinos (NBC 12/9)Seven Seas Casino Chula Vista
FBI raids 2 local card rooms tied to illegal gambling (KUSI 12/9)
2 card clubs raided, 25 indicted (The San Diego Union-Tribune 12/10) Seven Seas Casino Chula VistaThe Seven Mile Casino in Chula Vista, California. Photo from Facebook

Federal authorities raided two non-Indian card clubs in southern California and charged 25 people with illegal gambling and money laundering. The U.S. Attorney's Office said the Village Club Card Room, also known as the Seven Mile Casino, and the Palomar Card Room operated as fronts for an illegal sports bookmaking operation and were used to launder an estimated $10 million. Some of the defendants also operated illegal gambling operations in rented mansions, according to the indictment. “This indictment describes a massive operation that laundered millions of dollars in illicit proceeds,” U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy said in a press release. “We are committed to putting an end to any activity that enables criminals to hide illicit proceeds.” The FBI seized more than $600,000 during the raids. Some 21 people were arrested in various locations -- including an employee of the casino owned by the Barona Band of Mission Indians, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. “The FBI should be protecting us from terrorists, not from someone hoping to make an inside straight,” Craig Kolk's attorney told the paper. Non-Indian card clubs are legal in California. The Seven Mile Casino denied any wrongdoing and said it would work with the state to address any issues. 'Seven Mile Casino, owned and operated by Harvey Souza and his family, have worked tirelessly for the past 70 years to build upon their great-grandfather’s legacy and comply with the evolving regulations regarding card rooms across the state,' the card club said on Facebook. 'As a family and as a business, they are very much invested in the community of Chula Vista and the industry. We look forward to working with the California Bureau of Gambling Control to resolve all issues.' Get the Story:

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California card clubs raided in massive gambling probe (AP 12/9)

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FBI Raids San Diego-Area Casinos (NBC 12/9)
FBI raids 2 local card rooms tied to illegal gambling (KUSI 12/9)

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Casino 2 card clubs raided, 25 indicted (The San Diego Union-Tribune 12/10)