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Serving all of the Southeast:

Including Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee













FAQ


CAN I RENT EQUIPMENT WITHOUT DEALERS:

We do frequently rent out our equipment without dealers. We usually recommend that you do hire craps and roulette dealers if you want those games unless you have someone who knows the game very well, from both sides of the table, as these are complex games to run.

DO I TIP THE DEALERS:

The dealers at your casino party are service people just like waiters and bartenders. They provide a service for you just as they would in an actual casino and tipping is generally based on the level of that service. Unlike an actual casino, the chips have no cash value and therefore players cannot use them as money to tip the dealer. It becomes the responsibility of the host, (just as at a large dinner party at a restaurant to tip the waiters) to tip the casino dealers. Tips in the amount of $10.00 to $20.00 per dealer are common.

IS A CASINO PARTY LEGAL:

YES, as long as certain conditions are met. Casino games per se are not illegal…its gambling for money that is illegal. Gambling is defined as having three essential elements: consideration (money), chance, and prize. Consideration is the giving of something of value (money). Chance is simply the element of chance, which is present in all casino games. Price is something of value (money) you might win. All of our parties eliminate one or more of these three elements. As such, we are not conducting illegan gambling as defined by law.

For example, in a corporate entertainment setting, your guests do not pay anything to attend your party or to play the games–therfore, there is no element of consideration.

None of the above should be construed to be legal advice of any sort. We encourage you to consult with your own attorney if you have any concerns whatsoever as to the legalities of your specific event.

WHAT IF I WANT A LONGER PARTY:

Our standard rates include dealers for 3 hours. For most parties where you are raffling or auctioning prizes at the end, we find this to be a sufficient amount of time. For the "hard-core" players you may want to go longer. We charge $25.00 per hour per dealer.