36.05.03.08

.08 Procedure for Closing a Table Game.

A. When gaming activity at a table game is concluded, the dealer or boxperson assigned to the gaming table, in the presence of the floorperson assigned to the gaming table, shall count the value chips, coins, and plaques remaining at the gaming table.

B. The floorperson assigned to the gaming table shall record the amounts of the value chips, coins and plaques counted on the Table Inventory Slip, and the original copy of the Table Inventory Slip shall be signed by the dealer or boxperson who counted the table inventory and by the floorperson who observed the dealer or boxperson count the contents of the table inventory.

C. After the original copy of the Table Inventory Slip has been signed as required under §B of this regulation, the dealer or boxperson shall immediately deposit the original copy of the Table Inventory Slip in the table game drop box attached to the gaming table.

D. After the original copy of the Table Inventory Slip has been deposited in the table game drop box attached to the gaming table, the dealer or boxperson shall place the duplicate copy of the Table Inventory Slip and the value chips, coins and plaques remaining at the gaming table in the container required under Regulation .02 of this chapter, after which the floorperson shall lock the table inventory container and cause it to be transported directly to the cage by a security department member or secured to the gaming table.

E. If the locked table inventory containers are transported to the cage, a cage supervisor shall determine that all locked containers have been returned.

F. If the locked table inventory containers are secured to the gaming table, a pit manager or above shall verify that all the containers are locked.