Five Super Rare Casino Bans

Everyone knows that card counting is something that is not well seen in casinos and that it is even prohibited in several of them. However, there are a lot of rules and laws that govern casinos that may seem strange and that you probably did not know, but that is 100% real, not fake. Here are five of them:

Slots prohibited

It is not a joke! In 2013, Enrique Peña Nieto, then President of Mexico, amended Article 12 of the Regulations of the Federal Law on slot game and Draws, decreeing that slot machines are illegal in all their forms. According to the General Directorate of Games and Draws, there are between 70,000 and 75,000 slots in the country that operate clandestinely. However, in previous years permits were granted so that they could operate in establishments that have their papers in order for several years.

In conclusion, if a casino does not have the necessary permits or is open illegally, the authorities can at any time enter to withdraw the slot machines or even close the establishment. It should be noted that slots are the most popular casino games in 40%, followed by blackjack, a game that is hardly the favorite of less than 20% of people who visit these places. If a casino did not have slots, the number of customers would be remarkably low.

Enter casinos with Google Glass, never!

Although they had a very short life (from 2013 to 2015), these devices caused panic in various casinos around the world. The idea of ​​Google Glass was to allow users to take photos, record videos, and surf the web without the need to move their hands. Due to this, several companies considered that they could pose a risk to the world of betting since people could cheat when playing, and they would hardly be caught in the play. The solution? Prohibit its use within these establishments.

You cannot record video and/or audio, or take pictures. 

We know that currently, all cell phones have cameras and the possibility of recording audio. Obviously, they do not prohibit you from entering the casinos if you have a smartphone, but they can attract your attention or ask you to withdraw if they catch you taking photos or recording videos or audio. They also have the right to ask you to show what you have captured, as their regulations are usually quite clear. Many casinos have multiple signs, so you don’t feign dementia. But rest assured, you would not go to prison for this unless you get very fierce.

Visiting casinos is against the law. 

Believe it or not, Monte Carlo residents are prohibited from entering their casinos. Even the famous Monte Carlo Casino is out of the reach of its citizens since only foreigners can enter. This is not a new law, but rather one that has been in force since 1860. It turns out that Prince Charles III was very concerned that his subjects would lose their money in gambling and gambling, although, of course, it was in his best interest to get all that income from people elsewhere. Smart, right?

Play after midnight 

Just as the fairy godmother told Cinderella that she had to return from the dance at 12, South Korea prohibited young people under 16 from playing online after midnight. Known as the “Law of the blockade,” was established in 2011 as a measure to avoid addiction to video games, among other types of online entertainment, including casino games. We know that you must be of legal age to be able to use betting platforms such as Strands. However, we do not doubt that there are some boys who feel very smart and break the rules. We imagine that if someone under the age of 18 is in an online casino game after 24:00, they will have something like a double punishment. South Korea is well known for having zero tolerance for rule-breakers.

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