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58 Pa. Code § 651a.7. Wagers.

§ 651a.7. Wagers.

 (a)  Wagers at Casino War shall be made by placing value chips or plaques on the appropriate betting area of the Casino War layout. Verbal wagers accompanied by cash may not be accepted.

 (b)  To participate in a round of play, a player shall place an Initial Wager.

 (c)  At the same time as an Initial Wager or a War Wager is placed, each player shall have the option of placing a Tie Wager which shall win if the deal results in a tie hand.

 (d)  Except as provided in §  651a.9(e) (relating to procedures for completion of each round of play; collection and payment of wagers), all wagers at Casino War shall be placed prior to the dealer announcing ‘‘no more bets’’ in accordance with the dealing procedures in §  651a.8 (relating to procedure for dealing the cards). Once a wager has been placed, a player may not handle, remove or alter any wagers until a decision has been rendered and implemented with respect to that wager.

 (e)  A certificate holder shall specify in its Rules Submission, required under §  601a.2 (relating to table games Rules Submissions), the number of adjacent boxes on which a player may place a wager in one round of play.

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  651a.8 (relating to procedure for dealing the cards).

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