The Seven Mile Casino in Chula Vista reopened Wednesday, almost three weeks after a federal raid shut its doors.
FBI agents descended on the casino and a card club December 9 on the same day they raided as another club in North Park earlier this month.
The U.S. Attorney announced indictments of 25 people in connection with an alleged conspiracy to launder millions of dollars from high stakes poker games.
In order to reopen, the clubs had to stop paying current partners and shareholders and had to hire a manager who is independent of the current corporations under indictment.
The Seven Mile Casino said its 300+ employees needed to get back to work provide for their families.