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58 Pa. Code § 617a.2. Inspection and security procedures.

§ 617a.2. Inspection and security procedures.

 (a)  Prior to opening a Roulette table for gaming activity, a floorperson or member of the certificate holder’s security department shall:

   (1)  Inspect the Roulette ball by passing it over a magnet or compass to assure its nonmagnetic quality.

   (2)  Inspect the Roulette table and Roulette wheel for any magnet or contrivance that would affect the fair operation of the Roulette wheel.

   (3)  Inspect the Roulette wheel to assure that the wheel is level and rotating freely and evenly.

   (4)  Inspect the Roulette wheel to assure that all parts are secure and free from movement.

   (5)  Confirm that the layout and signage comply with §  617a.1(e) (relating to Roulette ball; Roulette wheel and table; physical characteristics; double zero Roulette wheel used as a single zero Roulette wheel) if a double zero Roulette wheel is being used as a single zero Roulette wheel.

 (b)  If a certificate holder uses a Roulette wheel that has external movable parts, any adjustments to the movable parts shall be made by a floorperson or a member of the certificate holder’s table game maintenance department in the presence of a security department member.

 (c)  All adjustments shall be completed prior to the required inspections in subsection (a).

 (d)  The certificate holder may replace any of the movable parts at any time, provided that an inspection as required under subsection (a) shall be completed prior to reopening the Roulette wheel and table for play.

 (e)  An inspection log shall be maintained by the certificate holder which must include the date, the time, the Roulette table number, whether an adjustment or replacement was completed, a description of the adjustment or replacement, a certification that an inspection, if required, was completed and the signature and Board-issued credential number of the individual making the adjustment or replacement.

 (f)  When a Roulette table is not open for play, the Roulette wheel shall be secured by placing a cover over the entire wheel and securely locking the cover.

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