The Casino Etiquette for the Players of Roulette
Among professional and beginner casino players, one of the popular casino games they usually play is roulette. It is a common sight in a casino that a roulette table is always crowded. Roulette is a game that needs the player's physical presence, so there is always a social interaction all the time. Therefore, following the specific casino etiquette for roulette is very important.
With lots of people around the roulette table, being socially courteous is a basic element in good behavior. Players must need to be sensitive regarding the enjoyment of the other players at the table. If you don't want that someone is screaming at your ear while playing, then that is what other players want too. You must be careful also on where you are stepping because you might just step other player's toes. Don't get too caught up in your excitement during the game because other players' game might be interfered.
One specific rule of roulette is that players have their own special chips that are color-coded. The special chips given to you must not be combined with other player's chips because that might be mistaken as the chips of the others and not yours. Betting with chips that are combined with others is not allowed.
Listening is an important skill that is required in roulette. There is a specific time that betting is allowed. When the dealers says, "No more bets", the betting stops and the game will start. Do not insist anymore that you'd be allowed to bet because it will not be granted. Keep your hands off the bets.
After the spin and the ball stops in a certain slot, the dealer will put a marker. This is the payout time for the winning bets. Do not ever touch any of the chips as long as the marker is still there. You can be accused of being a cheater, which will result to your removal from the table and even from the casino premise.
How you treat the dealer is an important aspect of the casino etiquette. Giving tips to the dealer is expected especially if you always win. It is also an act of courtesy to give some extra tips to the dealer in instances that the dealer spends some time explaining things to you.
Good casino etiquette helps to make people hold you in high esteem. Having courtesy coupled with the basic knowledge of the game can be your lucky charm during the game. It is pure fun when no one is offended at the table because of your behavior and other players at the table are also enjoying the game the same way you do.