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Wine Country Cardroom opens quietly in Lodi

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Posted: Monday, May 28, 2007 10:00 pm

The Wine Country Cardroom, railed against by Lodi's religious community for promoting what they consider the sinful act of gambling, opened quietly on Memorial Day to some 30 people who quietly played Texas Hold 'em poker.

Ryan Lewis, who owns the cardroom on South Cherokee Lane with his father and grandmother, David and Natalie Lewis, opened without advertising. In fact, he basically invited his friends, some of whom are in the poker-dealing business.

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