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Pennsylvania Asks Blackjack Players to Comment on Existing Gaming Laws

The State of Pennsylvania has scheduled a 30 day public forum where blackjack players will be able to comment on the state’s gaming laws and actually have the Gaming Control Board in Pennsylvania evaluate them. Blackjack players in the region have been encouraged to speak out and voice their views on the existing blackjack laws in the State.

The Gaming Control Board in Pennsylvania has plans to introduce important key blackjack rules and betting limit regulations. The rules may also end up setting ceilings for payoffs and the like. There is also talk of establishing a rule that ensures that the dealer will stand on soft 17 blackjack hand instead of hitting on a soft 17. It is highly likely that the new rules will affect the house edge of the casinos in the State of Pennsylvania offering blackjack games.

As of now, many people are of the opinion that the state’s blackjack laws are player friendly and should not be changed so that the casino industry will benefit from it

The Gaming Control Board launched the table blackjack rules last year and gave players enough time to get used to it and peak for and against it. Now the board has ideas of making these games a fixed offering.

This blog entry was posted on Thursday, September 8th, 2011 at 5:33 pm and is filed under Blackjack News.

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