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58 Pa. Code § 627a.13. Irregularities.

§ 627a.13. Irregularities.

 (a)  Except as provided in subsection (b), a card drawn in error from the dealing shoe that is not disclosed shall be used as the first card of the next hand of play.

 (b)  A third card dealt to the Player’s Hand that is not disclosed, when a third card is not authorized under §  627a.10 (relating to rules for determining whether a third card shall be dealt), shall become the third card of the Banker’s Hand if the Banker’s Hand is required to draw under §  627a.10(c). If the Banker’s Hand is required to stay, the card dealt in error shall become the first card of the next hand of play.

 (c)  If a third card dealt to the Player’s Hand, when a third card is not authorized under §  627a.10, is disclosed at the time it is dealt or is found face up in the dealing shoe, the dealer shall use the disclosed card as the third card of the Banker’s Hand if the Banker’s Hand is required to draw under §  627a.10(c). If the Banker’s Hand is required to stay, the dealer shall, in accordance with one of the following procedures designated in the certificate holder’s Rules Submission under §  601a.2 (relating to table games Rules Submissions):

   (1)  Place the disclosed card and one additional card, drawn face down from the dealing shoe, into the discard rack without disclosing the additional card.

   (2)  Use the disclosed card as the first card of a simulated round of play in which wagers may not be accepted. The cards shall be dealt in accordance with this chapter and placed in the discard rack upon completion of the dealing procedures.

 (d)  Except as provided in subsection (c), if a card is disclosed at the time it is dealt or a card is found face up in the dealing shoe, the dealer shall use the disclosed card as the first card of a simulated round of play in which wagers may not be accepted. The cards shall be dealt in accordance with this chapter and placed in the discard rack upon completion of the dealing procedures.

 (e)  If there are insufficient cards remaining in the dealing shoe to complete a round of play, that round shall be void and all wagers shall be returned. A new round shall commence after the entire set of cards are reshuffled and placed in the dealing shoe.



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