Is it common for a casino to ask a person to leave a craps table due to a prolonged period of not betting?
In other words, if I am at a craps table and I have chips but I have not placed a bet for 15 rolls or so, is it customary for the casino personnel to ask me to leave so that someone else can play? Thanks.
Question asked by: GENERALE
It is not common for a casino to ask a person to leave a craps table simply due to a prolonged period of not betting, especially if the table is not crowded or there are no people waiting to play. Casinos generally want to keep players in the casino, and they understand that some people may take breaks between bets or observe the game for a while before placing their next bet.
However, if the craps table is particularly crowded, and there are people waiting to join the game, the casino personnel may politely ask inactive players to make room for others. Casinos want to accommodate as many active players as possible to keep the games running and generate revenue.
If you find yourself not betting for an extended period, it’s a good idea to step back from the table and let others join the game, particularly if it’s busy. You can always return to the table later when you’re ready to place bets again.