ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Three Atlantic City casinos have been fined more than $14,000 for allowing 117 underage or self-excluded gamblers to place bets.

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed the fines last week against Resorts, the Borgata and the Tropicana.

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The minimum age for gambling in New Jersey is 21.

The state also lets people ban themselves from casinos or Internet gambling by signing up for a self-exclusion list.

People on the list cannot be admitted to casinos or allowed to play online.

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The Borgata forfeited nearly $5,000 it won from 66 underage gamblers, and Tropicana forfeited nearly $2,200 for the same offenses.

Resorts allowed 10 self-excluded people to create Internet betting accounts and was fined nearly $7,200.

The casinos did not contest the fines.

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