ATLANTIC CITY — Golden Nugget Atlantic City has gone live with America’s first online live-dealer hold’em table from $1 antes.

“Being the first to offer a Live Dealer version of the world’s most popular poker game in America, Casino Hold’em, shows our commitment to delivering on an innovative and world-class product to our patrons,” said Thomas Winter, Golden Nugget’s senior vice president and general manager of online gaming. “Our patrons have asked, and we are happy to deliver, on this request using our unique live-dealer digital platform.”

Patrons already may play blackjack, American roulette and Dragon Bonus Baccarat table games with real dealers from their computer or smartphone anywhere in New Jersey.

GoldenNuggetCasino.com offers as many as seven concurrent live-dealer tables and plans more.

Online Live Dealer is an immersive experience that allows patrons to play live table games from their home, sitting poolside or while waiting for their train to commute into the office.

Ezugi NJ, which provides the technology for Online Live Dealer, broadcasts the game in real-time, so players can place real-money bets and interact with real dealers at Golden Nugget Atlantic City, as well as other players at the table, as if they are on the casino floor.

“America is in love with poker, and by using the Live Dealer platform, the game retains its strong connection between the player and the dealer in a live environment,” said Kfir Kugler, CEO at Ezugi New Jersey.

GoldenNuggetCasino.com will have its Casino Hold’em table operating from 3 p.m. to 3 a.m. seven days a week.

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