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Rule 3772-11-01 | Definitions.

 

As used in the rules adopted by the commission, the following words have the following meanings:

(A) "Boxperson" means the individual in craps who supervises the game, settles conflicts, and guards and administers the funds on the table.

(B) "Burning cards" means a process performed by a dealer in which one or more cards are removed from the top of the deck of cards and placed in the discard pile after the cards have been cut, and a process of a dealer discarding other cards as required by the game rules.

(C) "Coloring up" means exchanging lower denomination chips for higher denomination chips.

(D) "Counterfeit chip" means any chip or chip-like objects that have not been approved pursuant to this chapter.

(E) "Non-value chips" means any chip used for roulette or player against player contests that may not be exchanged for currency.

(F) "Pit area" means the areas within a casino facility that are completely enclosed or encircled by gaming tables where access is restricted and casino personnel administer and supervise the games played.

(G) "Rake" means a commission charged by the casino operator for maintaining or dealing a game, including an entry fee for a player against player contest.

(H) "Table game mechanism" means a component that is critical to the operation of a table game, as determined by the executive director, including any wheel apparatus used for outcome determination.

(I) "Value chip" means a chip with a value impressed, engraved, or imprinted on the chip that may be exchanged for currency.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 3772.03, 3772.033
Amplifies: 3772.03, 377.033
Five Year Review Date: 7/27/2024
Prior Effective Dates: 5/19/2012, 4/29/2017, 12/22/2018