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58 Pa. Code § 651a.8. Procedure for dealing the cards.

§ 651a.8. Procedure for dealing the cards.

 (a)  All cards used to play Casino War shall be dealt from a dealing shoe. The dealer shall remove cards from the dealing shoe with the hand of the dealer that is closest to the dealing shoe and place the cards on the appropriate area of the layout with the opposite hand. The dealer may deal cards to the two betting positions closest to the dealing shoe with the same hand.

 (b)  After the cards have been cut and placed in the dealing shoe as required under §  651a.5 (relating to shuffle and cut of the cards), the dealer shall remove the first card from the dealing shoe face down and, without revealing its rank to anyone, place it in the discard rack. Each new dealer who comes to the table shall also remove the first card from the dealing shoe face down and, without revealing its rank to anyone, place it in the discard rack.

 (c)  Prior to dealing any cards, the dealer shall announce ‘‘no more bets.’’ The dealer shall, starting with the player farthest to the dealer’s left and continuing in a clockwise manner, deal the cards in the following order:

   (1)  One card face up to each player who has placed an Initial Wager in accordance with §  651a.7 (relating to wagers).

   (2)  One card face up to the dealer.

 (d)  When the cover card is the first card in the dealing shoe at the beginning of a round of play or is reached during the deal of the cards, the dealer shall continue dealing the cards until that round of play is completed after which the cards shall be collected and reshuffled.

 (e)  Players and spectators may not handle, remove or alter any cards used to play Casino War.

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  651a.5 (relating to shuffle and cut of the cards); 58 Pa. Code §  651a.7 (relating to wagers); and 58 Pa. Code §  651a.9 (relating to procedures for completion of each round of play; collection and payment of wagers).



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