Bad News for Uncaring Parents who Like Playing Blackjack

10 Jan 2011
Bad News for Uncaring Parents who Like Playing Blackjack

Parx Casino in Pennsylvania bans blackjack players that know how to play blackjack and practise their skills too studiously for life in case if they leave their children unattended in their cars that are parked in the area related to the casino. During the previous year Parx Casino made some attempts to notify cars` owners inside the casino and alerted some law enforcement without any players` detaining. Some players were arrested and then incarcerated for 6-12 months, some players managed to drive away without being caught. Those players who were caught and arrested could return (after being released from prison) to Parx Casino or whatever casino and start playing again. But now the situation has changed and is no longer so favorable for such kind of uncaring parents.

In the issue of some negotiations between Parx Casino, child health specialists and state casino licensing board, Parx Casino is capable to ban every single blackjack player that was caught while leaving his/her child unattended in the cars parked on the property of the mentioned casino.

Moreover, Parx Casino will be capable to add perpetrator's name into so called "Black Book" of Pennsylvania blackjack players. That will mean that such kind of players will be banned for life from the possibility to enter any casino in Pennsylvania. The matter is that there is one more bad news for uncaring parents. All states and Indian reservation have their own lists of players who were banned. Such lists will be shared between all state licensing agencies and, as a result, the blackjack player who was banned in Pennsylvania will not be able to play blackjack game in Foxwoods or Atlantic City.

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