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Seminole Classic Latin party has domino, jalapeno contests

Seminole Casino Hollywood will hold its Classic Spring Block Party Weekend – Latin Style on Saturday, featuring a Classic Dominoes Tournament, a jalapeno eating contest, music by Roberto Obregon and Miami DJ Jammin’ Johnny Caride.

The Classic Dominoes Tournament, presented by the South Florida Dominoes Association (SFDA), begins at 11 a.m. Cost is $25, $5 of which will be donated to Rotary International’s Rotary Education Foundation. (Lunch is included.)

First place pays $1,500 cash and the top 16 finishers get prizes. Space is limited to 200 players. Pre-registration is at or at any events hosted by any SFDA and in-person the day of the tournament before 10 a.m.

The Jalapeno Eating Contest at 3 p.m. could earn contestants up to $250 in free casino play. The rules are simple: Whoever eats more hot jalapenos in three minutes gets the prize (plus a nice cold glass of water!). Registration at the casino begins at 2 p.m.

Roberto Obregon and DJ Jammin’ Johnny perform from 1 – 6 p.m. There’ll also be free Presidente beer and free Julie’s Classic Rum Punch.

For more information about the Spring Classic Block Party - Latin Style, call 954-961-3220 or visit

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NICK SORTAL began playing 3-card "gut" and "Indian poker" on high school band trips, moved on to "night baseball" and "pass the trash" during a Dr. Pepper-infused midnight game in the 1980s at the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and now play in a regular neighborhood Hold 'Em game in Plantation. I have been given the assignment of writing about the gambling life in South Florida casinos for the Sun-Sentinel...which means sitting around watching poker on TV now counts as research.
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