RIVERSIDE, Mo. (AP) _ A counterfeit casino chip scam has cost a Kansas City casino more than $100,000.
The Argosy Casino Hotel and Spa says state gambling agents arrested a man last week after a cashier noticed that several $100 chips were slightly thicker than the real thing and didn't fit into storage racks.
Agents say no charges have been filed yet.
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