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Police stop the fun at Kandal gambling house

There was no time for fun and games when police stormed a gambling house in Kandal on Monday night.

Four people were told “no dice” by the cops, who cracked down on their illegal dice games in Khsach Kandal district.

The farmers – aged between 32 and 57 – ended up not only losing their dice, gaming materials and $6 to the police – they lost four pairs of shoes in the gamble too.

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