Why are card clubs legal in California?
I thought casino gambling was illegal except on Indian reservations. But clubs like Garden City and Bay 101 exist in San Jose. How are they not "Las Vegas style" casinos? If they don't take a percentage of the pot then how do they generate revenue?
- B SIDELv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Games in cardrooms are not 'banked' by the house, but rather by players and/or independent corporations. The house usually then charges a commission on each game/hand to cover the costs of operation and (hopefully) turn themselves a profit. Naturally this is an evolution of 'poker rooms' where each pot is 'raked' for a few percent- other games of chance in these cardrooms are often based on vegas style games, but are modified to give the other players an option to be 'banker', and to make them just different enough to escape legislation specifically prohibiting games like '21'.
- Anonymous5 years ago
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