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Headed to the casino? Many people don’t realize that tipping the dealer is gambling etiquette 101. Find out how much to tip, and how to do it, in this video.

We’re going to go into how to tip the dealer. Basically, I’m going to show you how to do it at a blackjack table.

This applies at just about any other game that you can play, and I’ll go into that in a little bit of detail to. But basically, if you have your bet out, you can tip the dealer straight out or you can put it right in front of your hand. And then basically hand get’s dealt out. And then, this case here it would stay against this four, and then dealer busts. Then the tip would be for the dealer here, as the players win as well.

In other games the idea is the same, you can put up a bet for the dealer or you could just tip them the face. In other casino games, in poker it’s general done after the hand is over, but in the other casino games, basically just let the dealer know what’s his and what’s yours. A lot of times you can put out a bet for the dealer in any amount you want, anywhere. Different casinos have different procedures as to how the chips are supposed to be laid out for it. I’m showing you here on blackjack, but you can do that on craps, you can do that on roulette, you can do it on mini-baccarat, any game that you want, and it’s always appreciated, whichever game. And, don’t forget, if you want to get that second drink from the cocktail waitress, remember to take care of her too.

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10 thoughts on “How to Tip a Casino Dealer | Gambling Tips

  1. fyi.. you cannot lay out "any bet you want for the dealer".. there is usually a max that you can bet or give to a dealer. Ask the pit for details.

  2. Generally, if your combined bet & dealer toke doesn't exceed the table maximum, you're good. For security reasons, I can see some casinos not allowing you to place a bet for the dealer that's larger than your own – can't see why anyone would do that anyway.

    If table max is $500, and you're betting $500, there're differing house rules as to how (or if) you can bet for dealer as well. Borgata in AC allowed 5% of the max to be bet as a tip. The fact that I know from experience is a good thing, 🙂


  4. Tipping in a casino is only for suckers. Their boss is taking your money, you can expect him to pay his own employees fully with his take. NEVER tip a dealer!

  5. Quite simply, you don't! Every time you wager on a side bet or tip the dealer, you make it easier for the casino to identify law abiding card counters like me.

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