Four men were killed Saturday morning when a disgruntled gambler opened fire at an underground gambling den in New York City.
According to a New York Post report, 15 rounds were fired just before 7 a.m. Saturday at Triple A Aces catering hall in Brooklyn. The building was home to an illegal gambling operation that included a dice game and a poker game running side-by-side.
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Sources believe that Chester Goode, 37, was the man that started the shooting. He died at the scene from a single gunshot wound to the head. Two friends of Goode were killed, as well as the security guard for the game. Three others were rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds, but are expected to survive.
According to sources, Goode and his two friends were playing dice before Goode pulled out a handgun and fired it into the ceiling, telling everyone to get on the floor. It is still unclear if he was trying to stage a robbery or was angry about a gambling loss.
Goode’s action prompted the security guard to return fire, resulting in the shootout and the casualties.
“The cops told me they died with their guns in their hands,” said Samuel Revells, owner of the building, to The Post.
Revells claimed that he had no idea what was going on in his building. The building is deemed a “private and social rental space.” It does not have a gambling or liquor license.
The stakes of the games in question were not disclosed, but law enforcement officials believe it was for “big money” since they found several hundred-dollar bills lying on the ground when they arrived on the scene.
There are currently no legal gambling establishments in New York City. Last January, MGM Resorts purchased Empire City Casino and Yonkers Raceway, a racino located just north of the Bronx.
Outside of wagers on the races, it only offers slot machines, but MGM hopes to get a full-fledged gaming license from the state when Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s moratorium on gaming licenses is lifted in 2024.
Great comedy. Great environment. Friendly service.
Best comedy club in NYC. Every time I've gone a big name shows up to surprise the crowd with a set (like Louis CK, Damon Wayans &Colin Quinn). Always a fun time.
If you've never been to a comedy club, make sure you come here for your first time. Great talent in a fun and interactive environment. Big name comics often do sets on any given night too!
We had an awsome night filled w/ lots of laughter! I absolutely recommend to go there, but you better book your ticket in advanced! Snacks (onion rings & fries) are good too ;)
Get there early or you'll get crap seats. So if you're meeting friends and they're late, they're obligated to buy you a drink or six.
The best standup place. Arrive early in order to get a good seat. Ask to the lady in the outside of the street who has a list.
Great shows in an amazing space for very little money.
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Tip: get in line 30min early or wait outside. Don’t worry, the bar is open!
Sunday night Gotham All Stars show was great! Loved the gin cocktail and decent beers on tap / in bottles too.
'My favorite place to perform in New York City! There's no better club to watch comedy on Fri or Sat nights! And you never know when someone like Seinfeld will drop by' – Helen, Setup Squad
Good coffee and yummy desserts. Try the chocolate chip cookies :)
Watch PIT house teams Local 154 and Borealis on Weds nights @ 9PM!
The $5 ATM fee may seem harsh, but bring your receipt to the bar for $5 off your drink!
About a quarter of the show changes each week, so after about a month or so it's a completely different show. If you don't see it this week, then you'll miss this version of the show forever!
This show was formerly known as 'Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Bind,' which has been running for more than a decade.
Due to a trademark dispute, this wonderful and amazing show, formerly known as 'Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind,' has officially changed its name to 'The Infinite Wrench.'
The Caesar salad with chicken was delicious. D. L. Hughley has crew were excellent! Overall great night.
Are you ready to LAUGH!? Get down to Carolines and get there early for a good seat! The comic lineups will crack you up! TW ♥'s Caroline's on Broadway! Read more.
The best small venue for checking out headlining comics has seen Dave Chappelle, Susie Essman, Tracy Morgan and others grace its stage. Read more.
Had a great time here. A bit expensive but the show was good. In my case 30% excellent, 50% with decent laugh, and 20% horrible. Funny to see some of them later in shows like SNL or Master of None.
'The house gin isn't all that bad' says your new best friend and local comic Danny Palmer.
This place is a lot of fun & it seems like you know everyone since the venue is small. It gives the comedians a chance to interact with the majority of the audience which always keeps it interesting.
Really fun place to see some really fun, intimate comedy shows.
Get there early. Tiny theater.
Absolutely hilarious and free, too. No reason not to go
This is the greatest place on earth. Bring an inflatable donut so you don't get hemorrhoids. I give this place 9 out of 11 stars.
Such a fun show. You'll laugh drink and eat good food. Dumplings and meat skewers are awesome.
If your partner is a good sport this could be a fun night..
Great improv comedy, and other kinds of shows.
Amazing comedian but 20 dollar max spend but laughed the most I have for long time overall worth it
Be careful, I bought tickets based on who they advertised for that night on their website. Not one of the advertised comics showed up..
Great little theatre with excellent improv comedy for cheap. Love it here!
I've seen all kinds of improv, sketch, stand up, et al - TRIKE is the real deal. Academic, with flashes of intelligent brilliance as well low-brow hilariousness. See them and enjoy!
Go to Magnet Theater and see a great comedy show for 5 bucks. Then drink a cheap beer and watch another one. When they ask for a suggestion, say 'foursquare.' Read more.
Almost all the teachers are great, but I am particularly a fan of Nick Kanellis. Makes you feel at home!