§ 686a.2. Over/Under table; physical characteristics; inspections.
(a) Over/Under shall be played at a table having betting positions for no more than six players on one side of the table and a place for the dealer on the opposite side of the table.
(b) The layout for an Over/Under table shall be submitted to the Bureau of Gaming Operations and approved in accordance with § 601a.10(a) (relating to approval of table game layouts, signage and equipment) and contain, at a minimum:
(1) The name or logo of the certificate holder.
(2) A separate betting area designated for the Ante Wager, Over 23 Wager and Under 18 Wager for each player.
(3) Three rectangular areas in front of each players position where the players three-card hand will be placed.
(4) The following inscriptions:
(i) All bets pay even money except for Bonus wagers.
(ii) House wins on 1823.
(iii) Aces are always counted as 11.
(5) If the certificate holder offers the optional Bonus Wager authorized under § 686a.6 (relating to wagers), a separate area designed for the placement of the Bonus Wager for each player.
(6) Inscriptions that advise patrons of the payout odds or amounts for all permissible wagers offered by the certificate holder. If the payout odds are not inscribed on the layout, a sign identifying the payout odds or amounts for all permissible wagers shall be posted at each Over/Under table.
(c) Each Over/Under table must have a drop box and tip box attached on the same side of the table as, but on opposite sides of, the dealer, as approved by the Bureau of Casino Compliance in accordance with § 601a.10(g). The Bureau of Casino Compliance may approve an alternative location for the tip box when a card shuffling device or other table game equipment prevents the placement of the drop box and tip box on the same side of the gaming table as, but on opposite sides of, the dealer.
(d) Each Over/Under table must have a discard rack securely attached to the top of the dealers side of the table. The height of each discard rack must either:
(1) Equal the height of the cards, stacked one on top of the other, in the total number of decks that are to be used in the dealing shoe at that table.
(2) Be taller than the height of the total number of decks being used if the discard rack has a distinct and clearly visible mark on its side to show the exact height for a stack of cards equal to the total number of cards in the number of decks to be used in the dealing shoe at that table.
This section cited in 58 Pa. Code § 686a.7 (relating to procedure for dealing the cards; completion of each round of play).
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