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10 - Prohibited gaming

26.45 No bankers' games may be played in alcohol licensed premises, commercial clubs or in members’ clubs and or miners’ welfare institutes unless they have a club gaming permit. With a permit the two bankers’ games of pontoon and chemin de fer may be played. Otherwise, games such as blackjack, roulette and any others which involve staking against the holder of the bank are unlawful on such premises.

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