|Originally posted by onemoretry|
In most jurisdictions, that is not the case at all. As noted in the post
about Harrahs Joliet above, sometimes casinos are required by the
regulatory authority to pay for their mistakes.
Florida has no state gambling commission and no one to test the games. The Hard Rock Casinos are on tribal land and make their own rules. They say they comply with Vegas regulations, but there is no one to verify this. That said, the games seem fair to me.
Is there something that keeps a casino from changing their pay tables? Is there anything that keeps them from baring a player if he wins too much? You are allowed to play at a casino if you are willing to follow their rules. As long as the games pass whatever regulations their are, the rules are up to them. In Florida their are no rules.
Edited by FloridaPhil - Today at 10:29am