New York City Casino School and Casino Events Venue Set to Open

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First Licensed New York Casino Dealer School to train and supply the new industry set to open on January 5th.

“Now that NY has joined the rest of the Northeast in opening Las Vegas Style Casinos, a casino school makes sense for the largest city in the country. Thousands of New Yorkers will have the opportunity for an exciting new career. A win win for everyone."

The Big Deal Casino Academy, on 28th St and 5th Ave, is poised to become the first licensed Casino school in NY State. Big Deal will be training students to work in the burgeoning New York casino industry as well as the casinos that will be opening in and near NYC in the next several years.

The three new Upstate Casinos will hire over 4,000 new employees and the estimated salary is $20-40/hr.

Big Deal plans on working with the new casinos to assist them in their entry level staffing as well as developing relationships with nearby casinos in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland. Big Deal offers dealing instruction in all casino games including: Blackjack, Spanish 21, Roulette, Baccarat, Craps, Carnival games and poker.

Once a student has received a Big Deal Dealing Certificate, they are trained to work in any casino in the country, so students can train locally without uprooting their lives.

For people interested in learning how to play, Big Deal also teaches classes to the general public including how to play Poker, Roulette & Craps, and also a game theory course for Wall Streeters.

As the only permanent "Casino" in the city, Big Deal also hosts exciting Casino Event Nights for Corporate and Charity Events, Holiday parties and even the balls-to-the-wall, blow-out bachelor party. The speakeasy feel of the Casino sets the stage for an unusual and memorable night for friends, employees or clients.

“Now that NY has joined the rest of the Northeast in opening Las Vegas Style Casinos, a casino school makes sense for the largest city in the country. Thousands of New Yorkers will have the opportunity for an exciting new career. A win win for everyone,” said Wendy Rubin, founder of Big Deal.

Thinking casinos were more imminent, Ms. Rubin first contacted the Department of Education in 2010. The actual process to get one’s license takes eight months to a year. Ms. Rubin, a serial entrepreneur, is used to being first in the market. In 1995, she introduced the Internet’s first online CD store for independent musicians and spoke on panels across the country, touting the unpopular position that Internet was here to stay.

Classes will start as low as $395 and span from two weeks for the Introductory course to two months for the Craps course. NY State licensed teachers will guide students towards which games are best suited for their temperament and physical lifestyle.

For more information please visit http://bigdealcasinoschool.net

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