Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Iverson welcomed back at Trump Taj Mahal

ALLEN IVERSON seems to have missed the Trump Taj Mahal. And considering the major money he typically bet at his old haunt, the Atlantic City casino's bottom line probably missed him, too. The Nuggets guard and a crew hit the casino, where Iverson's game of choice is three-card stud poker, late Wednesday night after the former 76ers superstar was warmly welcomed back to town at the Wachovia Center where the Sixers bested the Nuggets.

Iverson welcomed back at Trump Taj Mahal


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ALLEN IVERSON seems to have missed the Trump Taj Mahal.

And considering the major money he typically bet at his old haunt, the Atlantic City casino's bottom line probably missed him, too.

The Nuggets guard and a crew hit the casino, where Iverson's game of choice is three-card stud poker, late Wednesday night after the former 76ers superstar was warmly welcomed back to town at the Wachovia Center where the Sixers bested the Nuggets.

Iverson and Co. stayed at the Taj Mahal well into Thursday morning, which is fine with the Nuggets, as the team does not have a curfew and also did not have a game until Friday night.

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