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Q. How do I sit in on a game, and how much do I have to wager?
A. Just find a table with an open seat! There is a sign on each table showing the minimum bid for that particular table. Some start at $5 and others $25. If you have a question, just ask the dealer.
Q. How long must I play?
A. You're welcome to play for as few or as many hands as you like. You may leave the table at any time between hands. Of course, you take away from the table any money you have won or held onto.
Q. Should I tip my dealer?
A. Casino dealers are members of the "service industry." This means that, like waiters and waitresses, they rely on tips for a substantial part of their income. If a dealer is being friendly and trying to make sure you are having an enjoyable experience, it is customary to tip after you win a hand.
Q. Before I play, is there any other advice you can offer?
A. Yes. Please be sure that you take a few minutes to read this site as it relates to your favorite game. If you are still unfamiliar with any of the terminology used in here, please ask our card room supervisor, who will gladly assist you.