Do’s & Dont’s


Gambling is one form of entertainment that has the potential to keep players engaged for long hours. Every other fun session like the movies or TV could become tedious after a point, but casino gambling doesn’t fall below a certain standard. It would always succeed in keeping the joy intact. When the establishments work as different teams to ensure such a light mood within the halls, it is the duty of every guest to maintain that. Many gamblers fail to follow the etiquette to a serious level of annoyance, resulting in a dramatic and noisy squabble with the other players and dealers. Avoiding such brawls will help foster a friendly environment. Also, your personality would never be marred by your own actions. Several aspects have to be borne in mind when heading to a casino. Let us look at a few dos and don’ts that are a part of casino etiquette.

1.      Wear Casino-Recommended Clothes

One of the biggest mistakes made by many gamblers when heading to a casino is ignorance of the dress code. Almost every casino has stringent rules regarding the clothes worn by guests. Though some casinos exercise a relaxed policy, it is better not to go anywhere in your sandals or beachwear. Your attire should depend on the casino you plan to visit. Make sure to check the casino’s policy before hailing a taxi for the ride to the hall so that you don’t have to drive back to your hotel room to change.

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2.      Don’t Take Pictures

When in a casino, make it a point that you don’t go around taking snaps on the tables or machines. You are least likely to be kicked out for taking pictures, but it is better not to have the eyes of bouncers and pit bosses constantly looking out for you. If you want those fun moments captured, you can purchase postcards from the reception.

3.      Don’t Use Your Mobile Phone.

It is also important that you keep your phone off when playing a game. No one has paid to be distracted by the mess you make. Talking or messaging on your phone will not only ruin the other players’ experience but also distract you from the progress of the game. The croupier is likely to ask you to turn the phone off if you keep using it constantly.

4.      Don’t Get Drunk

Alcohol isn’t doing you any good; stay away from it when playing any game in the casino. You can always have fun without those glasses of whiskey. Being inebriated will affect the other players’ game and might badly impact your judgment skills.


5.      Listen to Dealer and Tip Him

As long as you are playing on a table, listen to all his instructions. Follow the rules and play the game as he asks you to. Once you leave the table, make sure to tip him a percentage of the money you won or wagered on the game.