§ 631a.7. Dealing shoe; selection of the player to deal cards.
(a) Cards used to play Baccarat shall be dealt from a manual dealing shoe specifically designed for that purpose.
(b) After the cards have been shuffled and placed in the dealing shoe, the dealer calling the game shall offer the dealing shoe to the player in seat number one at the table. If that player rejects the dealing shoe or if there is no one in seat number one, the dealer shall offer the dealing shoe to each of the other players in turn, moving counterclockwise around the table, until one of the players accepts the dealing shoe.
(c) The player that accepts the dealing shoe shall be designated as the curator.
(d) Notwithstanding subsections (b) and (c), the dealer may act as the curator if either:
(1) A player who accepts the dealing shoe and any other player to whom the dealing shoe is relinquished under § 631a.14 (relating to continuation of curator as dealer; selection of a new curator) designates the dealer calling the game as the curator.
(2) No player to whom the dealing shoe is offered accepts the dealing shoe.
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