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58 Pa. Code § 683a.7. Wagers.

§ 683a.7. Wagers.

 (a)  Wagers at Cajun Stud shall be made by placing value chips, plaques or other Board-approved table game wagering instruments on the appropriate areas of the table layout. Verbal wagers accompanied by cash may not be accepted.

 (b)  Only players who are seated at a Cajun Stud table may wager at the game. Once a player has placed a wager and received cards, that player shall remain seated until the completion of the round of play. If a player leaves the table during a round of play, any wagers made by the player may be considered abandoned and may be treated as losing wagers.

 (c)  All wagers, except Raise Wagers, shall be placed prior to the dealer announcing ‘‘no more bets’’ in accordance with the dealing procedures in §  683a.8, §  683a.9 or §  683a.10 (relating to procedures for dealing the cards from a manual dealing shoe; procedures for dealing the cards from the hand; and procedures for dealing the cards from an automated dealing shoe). Except as provided in §  683a.11(b), (d) and (f) (relating to procedures for completion of each round of play), a wager may not be made, increased or withdrawn after the dealer has announced ‘‘no more bets.’’

 (d)  The following wagers may be placed in the game of Cajun Stud:

   (1)  To compete in a round of play, a player shall place an Ante Wager then Raise Wagers, in an amount equal to one, two or three times the player’s Ante Wager, in accordance with §  683a.11(b), (d) and (f).

   (2)  If specified in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2 (relating to table games Rules Submissions), a certificate holder may offer to each player at a Cajun Stud table the option to make an additional Pocket Bonus Wager which shall win if the two cards dealt to the player are a pair or better as provided in §  683a.6(c) (relating to Cajun Stud rankings).

   (3)  If specified in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2, a certificate holder may offer to each player at a Cajun Stud table the option to make an additional Board Bonus Wager, which shall win if the three community cards contains a pair or better as provided in §  683a.6(d).

   (4)  If specified in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2, a certificate holder may offer to each player at a Cajun Stud table the option to make an additional Lo Ball Wager which shall win if the highest five card hand formed from the player’s two cards and the three community cards is a single Jack or lower or a single Queen or lower, depending on the payout table selected by the certificate holder.

   (5)  If specified in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2, a certificate holder may offer to each player at a Cajun Stud table the option to make an additional All-Six Bonus Wager, which shall win if the player’s two cards and the four additional All-Six cards form a three-of-a-kind or better as provided in §  683a.6(e).

 (e)  A certificate holder shall specify in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2 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 §  683a.2 (relating to Cajun Stud table physical characteristics); 58 Pa. Code §  683a.8 (relating to procedures for dealing the cards from a manual dealing shoe); 58 Pa. Code §  683a.9 (relating to procedures for dealing the cards from the hand); and 58 Pa. Code §  683a.10 (relating to procedures for dealing the cards from an automated dealing shoe).



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