ANSWERING CASINO QUESTIONS #3 | Casino Gaming Chat 2019

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ANSWERING CASINO QUESTIONS #3 | Casino Gaming Chat 2019

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CEG Dealer school in Las Vegas provides dealer and player instruction in all Casino Table Games. We provide job training and networking with casinos throughout Las Vegas and in markets throughout the USA. At CEG you can learn Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Craps, Poker, Single Zero Roulette, Pai Gow and more. All lessons are provided by a team of professional casino dealers and supervisors with 10-40+ years of experience at the best casinos in Las Vegas like the Cosmopolitan, the Bellagio, Aria, Wynn, Rio, Caesars Palace and many more.

CEG staff has a wealth of experience as casino dealers, high limit dealers, casino supervisors, casino managers, casino consultants and casino trainers. Combined we have more than 265 years of gaming experience, have worked for more than 40 casinos throughout North America and have opened over a dozen casinos in various capacities.


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9 thoughts on “ANSWERING CASINO QUESTIONS #3 | Casino Gaming Chat 2019

  1. Not table games related but why do some casinos make players do another spin on a slot machine after a jackpot or hand pay? Great videos everyone.

  2. Thanks for watching! We got more answered questions coming your way! — Alex

  3. I’m a Canadian who would love to move to Vegas , if I took the course with CEG would my chances of securing a job in Vegas be better.

  4. Hey guys from the Northeast! We just recently have had big casinos around our area and I want to learn to become a dealer. However, I have had surgeries on my right arm and shoulder severely limiting my range of motion with that arm. My question is have you had or know anyone with a similar disability who made it as a dealer? Obivously arms are a essential part of being a dealer! Thanks, and loving the vids.

  5. Very informative! Especially casinos' practice of scheduling a part-time dealer for 4 shifts one week and three shifts the next. Thanks, Lisa!

  6. Thanks for another great video! My question is: what shift are new dealers usually assigned to (8pm-4am)?

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