36.05.02.21

.21 Dealer Controlled Electronic Table Game System — Procedures.

A. If a table game using a dealer controlled electronic table game system is equipped with a bill validator, a player may participate in wagering at the table game by:

(1) Inserting currency or a gaming voucher into the bill validator; or

(2) Presenting currency or value chips to the dealer or boxperson.

B. A dealer controlled electronic table game system that is equipped with a bill validator shall communicate with the Commission’s central monitor and control computer system to:

(1) Transmit accounting and auditing information;

(2) Retrieve information in real time; and

(3) Activate or disable a dealer controlled electronic game.

C. If a table game using a dealer controlled electronic table game system is not equipped with a bill validator, a player shall participate in wagering by presenting currency or value chips to the dealer or boxperson.

D. When a player presents currency, a gaming voucher, or value chips as described in §A or C of this regulation:

(1) The dealer controlled electronic table game system shall:

(a) Credit to the player’s game account an amount of funds equivalent to the currency, gaming voucher or value chips presented by the player; and

(b) Display on the electronic fund display the amount of funds deposited into the player’s game account; and

(2) The player shall acknowledge the amount of funds deposited into the player’s game account.

E. A player shall cash out of a table game using a dealer controlled electronic table game system by receiving:

(1) A gaming voucher equal in value to the balance in the player’s game account; or

(2) Value chips from the dealer or boxperson from the table inventory container that are equal in value to the balance in the player’s game account.

F. After a player has cashed out of a table game using a dealer controlled electronic table game system, the dealer or boxperson shall zero out the electronic fund display of the player’s game account.