Questions tagged [casino]

For questions specifically about casino venues, such as etiquette or how casinos handle bets. This tag should not be used on questions about games or their rules unless they specifically relate to how they are handled at a casino.

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Are there other legal/recognized Roulette variations than just the standard European and American?

Currently, I know there are two main variations of the Casino Roulette layouts, the European (with a Single Zero "0") and the American (with Zero "0" and Double Zero "00"). Roulettes each with their ...
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How can a casino offer 99%+ RTP plus 1% cash back?

So I am checking out a legal, regulated casino and they have video poker with over 99% RTP (return to player) games. And then I also noticed they have a deal where by loading funds using a credit card ...
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How do casinos split uneven bet?

For example if I bet $5 and get a blackjack that pays 3:2, this means that I should get payed 7.5. The problem is that the there is no $0.5 dollar chip. How this situation is handled in the casinos?
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Is it practical for the visually-impaired to play in casinos?

When I play games (causally) that involve face-up cards across a table (hold 'em, blackjack, etc), I usually have to either ask that the cards be placed closer to the center (toward me), particualrly ...
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Is this card game found in casinos?

In the paper [1], the authors write "... the problem is equivalent to a card game played in Las Vegas: The cards of a shuffled deck are dealt one at a time and face up. At the same time the ...
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Can “aggressive” or unusual play in blackjack get someone thrown out of a casino?

One example of such a play is "splitting tens." That is an agressive play that's usually foolish, except when someone is "card counting"? When suspected, card counters are "barred" from casinos (or ...
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Can casinos protect themselves against card counters by limiting bet variations in blackjack?

For reason discussed below, "card counters" make their money by observing the flow of cards as they leave the deck. This is legal in most cases (although it's a felony to use a "device" such as a ...