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Table Games Any Special Protocols At Table Games

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by flyguyfl, Jul 16, 2020.

  1. flyguyfl

    flyguyfl VIP Whale

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    Just wondering if there are certain things you do or don't do at the table games in today's world of Cov-19. I can imagine the plexiglass kills most interactions with other players and the dealer That is something I would miss.
    Anything considered rude? Thinking more of BJ and the carnival games.
     
  2. romeocasido

    romeocasido High-Roller

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    You can't have a friend spectate closely. Any non players need to be 6ft away from the tables. MGM casinos and Cosmo have plexiglass on the majority of their tables although not all tables... Caesars casinos had no plexiglass

    Also i noticed around 1 or 2am they close a lot of the tables and sanitize all the chips from the table using 5 gallon buckets and towels.
     
  3. Kachow

    Kachow High-Roller

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    Interaction with the dealers is much more awkward because masks and plexiglass make it much harder to hear each other. Caesars doesn’t have plexiglass so you can still converse with the dealer easily.
     
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  4. rhinoman7

    rhinoman7 Whale-wannabe

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    I sort of understand not having spectators near the tables, but I don't understand why my wife can't stand near me when I am playing. Is it the old "If we let you do it, then we will have to let everyone do it" BS?
     
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  5. Kachow

    Kachow High-Roller

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    At Wynn they didn’t have a problem with my wife standing by me but they had plexiglass. At Caesar’s they were not allowing spectators but they had no plexiglass.
     
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  6. mescalita

    mescalita old and in the way...

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    Ha! My wife would rather walk barefoot over hot coals than stand around watching me play blackjack...
     
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  7. rhinoman7

    rhinoman7 Whale-wannabe

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    I hear ya! I do most of my play at night when the wife is asleep, but sometimes will play during the day. Usually she likes to play slots while I am at the tables, but if she loses to fast, then she will join me at the table and watch/coach.
     
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