Barred Player (Banned Player)
A barred (or banned) player is a gambler who is prohibited from entering the casino. As private establishments, casinos have the right to bar a player from entering their premises for any reasonable cause.
Depending on the casino’s policy and the severity of the violation, the ban may last from a single day to eternity.
What are the most common reasons for bans?
- Cheating or attempting to cheat
- Encouraging others to cheat
- Inappropriate behavior
- Being rude to other players or the casino staff
- Damaging casino property
- Attempting to use fake currency
Can I ask for a ban to be imposed on me?
Yes. Self-barring (also known as voluntary barring or self-exclusion) is a common practice for people who wish to take a break from gambling. All you have to do to get self-barred is to ask the casino. Doing so causes no harm to you as, after a period of time, you can always ask the casino to unban you.
Barred (banned) player:
- A player who is prohibited from entering the casino