§ 631a.14. Continuation of curator as dealer; selection of a new curator.
(a) The curator, after any round of play, may either pass the dealing shoe or remain as curator except that:
(1) The curator shall pass the dealing shoe whenever the Bankers Hand loses.
(2) The dealer calling the game or a floorperson or above may order the curator to pass the dealing shoe if the curator unreasonably delays the game or repeatedly makes invalid deals.
(b) When a voluntary or compulsory relinquishment of the dealing shoe occurs, the dealer shall offer the dealing shoe to the player immediately to the right of the previous curator and, if that player does not accept the dealing shoe or there is no player in that position, the dealer shall offer the dealing shoe to each of the other players in turn, moving counterclockwise around the table. The first player to accept the dealing shoe when offered shall become the new curator.
This section cited in 58 Pa. Code § 631a.7 (relating to dealing shoe; selection of the player to deal cards).
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