§ 625a.7. Irregularities.

 (a)  If all three dice do not land flat on the bottom of the Sic Bo shaker after being tossed, the dealer shall call a ‘‘no roll’’ and all wagers placed shall be returned to the players.

 (b)  If the electrical device which causes the winning combinations to be illuminated when the numeric value of each die has been entered by the dealer or the area of the Sic Bo table which depicts all permissible wagers under §  625a.3 (relating to wagers) malfunctions after the manual Sic Bo shaker has been uncovered or the automated Sic Bo dice shaker has tossed the dice, the dealer shall, in the presence of a floorperson or above, collect losing wagers and pay winning wagers. Once the wagers on the layout have been settled, all gaming at the Sic Bo table shall cease until the electrical device which causes the winning combinations on the Sic Bo table to be illuminated when the numeric value of each die has been entered by the dealer has been fixed.

 (c)  If the automated Sic Bo shaker fails to operate or malfunctions when activated, the round of play shall be void and wagers placed shall be returned to the players.

 (d)  If an automated Sic Bo shaker malfunctions or cannot be used, the dice must be removed and the automated Sic Bo shaker must be covered or have a sign placed on the device indicating that the automated Sic Bo shaker is out of order before a manual Sic Bo shaker may be utilized.



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