The following rules are provided as guidelines for the players to be informed and for the supervisors to use in the decision making process. Failure to follow these rules can lead to penalties up to and including ejection from the Poker Room.
All players must be at least 18 years of age.
Smoking is prohibited in the Poker Room.
Seating is done with a sign-up list. Permission is required before taking a seat in a game. Management will decide when to start or close a game, also the limit of the game.
No short buy-ins are allowed.
Cash is not permitted on the table. All cash must be changed into chips in order to play.
The English-only rule will be enforced at and around all tables. Players who violate this rule are subject to ejection from the Poker Room.
In Limit games, one bet and three raises are allowed. In No-limit games, unlimited raises are allowed.
When switching tables, all buy-in requirements for that game limit must be followed unless coming from a broken game of the same limit.
The House extends NO CREDIT.
Check and raise is allowed.
No side bets are permitted.
Insurance propositions are not allowed.
“Splashing the pot” is PROHIBITED.
Only one person may play a hand. You may not play another player’s chips.
Players are responsible to protect their own hand and their right to action AT ALL TIMES. Any irregularities must immediately be brought to management’s attention BEFORE the next deal.
Splitting pots will not be allowed in any game. Chopping the big and small blind by taking them back when all other players have folded is allowed in button games.
String bets or raises are not permitted.
Cards speak for themselves when properly tabled at the showdown.
Players may not expose their cards during the play of a hand, whether intentional or not. Doing so can result in ejection from the Poker Room.
Players, in the hand or not, may not discuss the hands until the action is complete. Doing so can result in ejection from the Poker Room.
Criticism of how other players have elected to play their hand or their general style of play is impolite, undesirable, and will not be tolerated.
The House has the right to prohibit any two or more players from playing at the same table.
All chips must be kept in full view of the dealer and other players at the table. Higher-denomination chips must be in front or on top of lower-denomination chips.
No chip racks are allowed on the table, unless approved by Management.
Spectators are not allowed at or around the tables at any time.
Players are expected to dress and behave like ladies and gentlemen. The House will not tolerate profanity or trash talking.
Management reserves the right to make decisions in the spirit of fairness and good faith, and in the best interest of the game.
The House has the right to alter, change, or cancel the rules and policy of a game or promotion at any time.
Abuse to other guests or poker room staff will not be tolerated at any time.