When does a dealer use value cheques in a payout?
When there are not enough cheques in a color to make a complete payoff.
How do you complete a partial stack payout?
Use non-value cheques for any partial stack payoffs.
What are the general rules of payout?
1) The dealer shall keep the players well supplied with the cheque units they are betting.
2) If the player requests to be paid off in value cheques, the dealer should explain that house policy is to pay in non-value cheques when possible.
3) If customer insists, the supervisor shall be called.
4) When a player has a large amount of cheques on the Even or 2 to 1 bets, and the dealer has to give value cheques, cut them down in even units.
What floor call is made on a roulette payout when there are value and non-value checques?
Always announce the total amount of cheques in the payoff with the value cheques as "over".
What does this floor call mean - paying 100 yellow singles with 25 over?
75 yellow chip ( 3 stacks + 15 chips) with a green chip on top of the stack.
Explain how value and non-value cheques are used to assemble a payoff.
The dealer will pay the odd amount in non-value cheques and the even amount (even amounts usually refer to 100 cheques) in value cheques. Even amounts refer to 50 cheques if the payoff is less than 100
How is a $175 non-value color cheques payout assembled?
1) The even amount, 100, shall be paid off in valued cheques. The dealer shall obtain four $25.00 cheques.
2) The odd amount, 75 should be paid in color.
3) Place the four green cheques on top of the full stacks, not on the short stack of 15 non-value cheques. Announce "175 colored singles, one hundred over".
4) Get an OK from the supervisor to send it out.
A player is wagering a non-value color valued at $5.00 and has a winning wager of 8 splits.
1) Determine the payout - 136 chips (nickels)
2) The even amount, 100 shall be paid off in valued cheques. The dealer shall obtain twenty $25.00 cheques, representing 100 nickels.
3) The dealer shall cut out $25.00 cheques in fours, each stack of four representing twenty nickels.
4) The odd amount, 36, should be paid in color.
5) Announce "136 colored nickels, 500 over".
6) Obtain verification from a supervisor before you send it out.
NB: Value cheques shall be paid in the same manner as a color.
A player has a $25.00 value cheque winning wager straight up and requests black.
1) Determine the payout - 35(quarters)
2) The even amount, being 20, shall be paid off in value cheques. The dealer shall obtain five $100 cheques representing 20 quarters.
3) The remaining 15 quarters necessary to complete the payoff shall be paid in $25.00 value cheques (green).
4) The 15 quarters should be cut in fives. (5-5-5).
5) Announce "35 quarters."
6) Obtain verification from the supervisor before sending payoff.
A player has a winning wager of 4 splits and is playing a color value of $1.00.
1) Detrermine the payout - 68 chips
2) The even amount, 50, shall be paid in value cheques (2 green).
3) The odd amount, 18, shall be paid in non-value cheques.
4) Announce "68 colored singles, 50 over".
5) Obtain verification from a supervisor before you send it out.
A player has a winning wager of 8 value $25.00 cheques straight up and requests purple. The bet shall be shall be offset 5-3 and shall be calculated as eight straight up.
1) Determine the payout - 280 chips (quarters)
2) The even amount, being 200, shall be paid in $500.00 cheques (purple): 5 purple =100 quarters. The purple shall be cut 2-2-1, then stacked, then sized into (10 purple representing 200 quarters).
3) The remaining 80 quarters necessary to complete the payoff may be paid in black or green. If paying in black, the dealer shall cut the black in fives; every five blacks representing 20 quarters. If paying in green, 80 quarters will be given out.
4) Announce " 280 quarters".
5) Obtain verification from the supervisor before sending it out.
What are the procedures for paying out a 53 non-value yellow cheques valued at $1.00 on 2 to 1 winner?
1) Prove 20
2) Place 20 more along side
3) Cut remainder 5-5-3.
4) Pay the fifty dollars 2 to 1 in four $25.00 value cheques, and the odd three, 2 to 1 in non-value yellow cheques.