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Podcast explores legacy of Hawaii’s ‘Golden Arm’


    The Golden Arm trophy case at the California Hotel & Casino features a plaster casting of Hawaii resident Stanley Fujitake’s arm and the dice he used to roll at a craps table at the Cal for more than an hour in 1989.

Stanley Fujitake, who died in 2000 at age 77, was a frequent Las Vegas visitor who loved to play craps. In 1989, he had held the dice for three hours and six minutes, making 118 rolls and winning around $30,000 for himself and approximately $750,000 for other gamblers who bet on Fujitake’s lucky streak. Read more

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