TABLE GAMES SAFETY

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SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR TABLE GAMES

  • Dealers will sanitize hands when they start at a new table and will routinely sanitize throughout their shifts.
  • Physical distancing guidelines will be enforced
  • Guests will be discourage from congregating behind players
  • Table games rails and chair areas, Pit Podiums and other surfaces will sanitized regularly
  • Table Games will have a reduced maximum occupancy based on type of game
  • Players will be required to sanitize their hands prior to play.
  • Chips will be cleaned with a disinfectant cleaning agent once every 24 hours
  • Dealers and Dice dealers will not be allowed any excess handling of cards, chips, dice, pucks or any other gaming instruments.
  • Disinfecting procedures will be strictly based on the chemicals MSDS instructions to disinfect

Craps: 

  • Table games dealers to sanitize dice upon pass off and for each new shooter. The stick man will disinfect the dice when there is a 7 out or before the dice are sent to a new shooter.
  • Table games dealers to sanitize the on/off button when entering a game
  • Craps will not have more than 6 players (3 on each end)


Card Games: Blackjack/ House Banked Poker

  • Table games dealers to sanitize the exterior of the card shoe when entering a game and the interior of the card shoe when the game goes dead
  • Cards will be swapped out every 4 hours on all Blackjack tables that are open and had play.
  • Dealers will not be permitted to layout cards (spread) on the table outside of gaming regulations.
  • Guests will not be permitted to touch cards on Blackjack and Blackjack variant games. House banked poker games will have the cards changed with every new player.
  • Guests will not be permitted to touch cards on Blackjack and Blackjack variant games 
Brandy Belloli
October 4, 2019
    

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