A casino’s house rules are the guidelines by which players must abide and cover everything from the general behaviour of customers to the way that particular establishment runs its games. Specific rules will vary between venues, but there are many common factors and here are some examples:
You will be unable to take pictures on the gaming floor at virtually any casino, but some venues allow photography, at the discretion of the management, if you are celebrating a special occasion in the restaurant or bar.
Casinos look down on drunken behaviour at the tables and will certainly not stand for anyone abusing their staff. Breaking these rules will see you swiftly ejected from the premises.
House rules also extend to the games being played, for instance, one casino may differ from another by offering certain side games with blackjack, or a different payout structure for video poker. If you are unsure of the house rules for a game, you can ask the dealer or another member of staff to run through them for you.
It might be that this rule isn’t strictly adhered to when the casino is not busy but when demand is high, an idle machine is not earning the casino money and there are plenty of other people who would be keen to play.
When it comes to bonuses, an online casino will have house rules to stop gamblers playing through their wagering requirement solely on ‘low risk’ betting. This includes putting cash down on red or black on roulette. Other examples of bonus abuse are putting huge bets down first, then dramatically shrinking them, and trying to claim the same bonus at two different casinos using the same software.
They will also set out the punishments for failing to comply with the rules, usually ending in the account being terminated.
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