Rs 935.521.21 Order Of The Fdjp On September 24, 2004 On Surveillance Systems And Gambling (Games Of Chance, Ojh Ordinance)

Original Language Title: RS 935.521.21 Ordonnance du DFJP du 24 septembre 2004 sur les systèmes de surveillance et les jeux de hasard (Ordonnance sur les jeux de hasard, OJH)

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935.521.21 order of the FDJP on surveillance systems and gambling (games of chance, OJH Ordinance) of 24 September 2004 (State October 26, 2004) the federal Department of justice and police, view the art. 25, 26, al. 3, 30, al. 7, 46, al. 1, 51, al. 3, 53, 58, al. 3, 61, al. 2 and 4, 63, 65, al. 2, 67, al. 2, 70, al. 3, 72 and 121, al. 5, of the order of 24 September 2004 on the gambling houses (OLMJ), under the Federal Act of 6 October 1995 on technical barriers to trade, stop: Chapter 1 Delimitation between slot machines for games of chance and slot machines used to skill games art. 1 criteria (art. 63 OLMJ) a device slot is deemed serve skill games when including: a. the amount of the gain increases proportionally to address demonstrated by the player during the game in his ensemble.b. no gain can be achieved without influence of the player on the game; (c) the probability of a gain in a game at blind is minimal; d. the game lacks a predetermined payout percentage; (e) the game is transparent; f. the game has a value independent of the earning opportunities entertainment.

Art. 2 documents to be produced (art. 61, para. 2, OLMJ) during the presentation of a device slot intended to establish if this unit is used in games of skill or games of chance, directions and following documents must be provided: a. name and address of the provider so that of the manufacturer, if they are separate; b. description and photograph of the device slot; c. requirements that the game requires Player; d. drawings and plans of the device slot its components and its components; e. data and related hardware and software technical indications that equip the device slot, such as diagrams and sequence diagrams; f. code source; g. any digital storage (EPROM, CD-ROM, flashcard, etc.); h. information on the course of the game; i. description of the elements that guide and determine the outcome of the game; j. how to gain; k. results of a sample of tests sufficiently wide; l. statistics of earnings.

Chapter 2 Section 1 requirements (articles 25 and 30 OLMJ) surveillance systems art. 3 video-monitoring system for local places below must be monitored 24 hours a day without interruption by a video-surveillance system: a. scope of access to the gambling house; b. playrooms; c. crates; d. local in which are preserved, stored, transported or counted the money, tokens or game instruments; (e) places where the electronic system of counting and control (SEDC) and jackpot (jackpot controller) system.

Art. 4 video-monitoring system for the gaming tables and slot machines for games of chance each game table must be monitored by a video-surveillance system. The cameras affected monitoring of table games should be able to film the facts and results related to games, the value of played chips, playing cards, dice and other instruments of game, so as to allow for the unequivocal identification.
The cameras affected oversight of the slot machines must be able to film devices singly or in small groups in order to ensure the visualization of all the facts related to the slot machines.

Art. 5 system of video surveillance of the process the following processes are monitored by a video-surveillance system: a. funds transactions; b. counting tokens and money, including trunk; c. picking money from the table games and slot machines for gambling; d. movements of money and chips between the slot machines for games of chance Games tables, trunks, unions and the trunk.

For the process referred to in the let. a and b, the value of money and chips must be recognizable.

Art. 6 recording and conservation the images of the video-surveillance system must be recorded and kept for four weeks in a safe place in accordance with art. 30, al. 3, OLMJ.
Images from the system of video surveillance of the tables should be recorded in real time and kept in this form for at least a week. Real-time recording, means a record of at least 25 frames per second. During the next three weeks, a conservation with a density of lower image qualifies.
A non-continuous record can be allowed as long as it starts with certainty as soon as people enter the affected areas or held there. The Federal Commission of gambling houses (commission) decides on eligibility of registration on request of the gambling house, after reviewing the system of video surveillance and security measures of this program.
Employees and customers of gambling houses must be informed appropriately of the existence of the video surveillance.

Art. 7 video surveillance system failure when a failure of the system of video surveillance is identified before the start of the day-to-day operations, machinery or the tables involved cannot be put into operation if this failure causes an interruption of surveillance or recording of images and when conservation of images cannot be achieved in another way.
When a failure of the system of video surveillance is found while games are underway, exploitation of the tables involved must be discontinued at the end of the current game if failure causes an interruption of the surveillance.

Art. 8 requirements to address the SEDC to the slot machines for games of chance the SEDC must be able to calculate the gross product of the games and payout of each device slot for games of chance that is connected to the SEDC.
The identification number of each device is saved in the SEDC. In addition, for each device slot for games of chance, the SEDC must automatically record the following data: a. amount total parts entering in the "corner box/cash box"; (b) total amount of tickets introduced and accounted; c. amount total credits wagered in all games played (turnover); (d) total amount of credits earned in all games played (total wins); e. number of parties; (f) total amount of credits paid manually and cancelled on the device to under used for gambling (cancelled appropriations); g. date and time of downtime and interruptions in the operation of devices; h. date and time of the opening of devices; i. date and time as well as a description or a reference to fault messages issued by the internal devices diagnostic system to under used for gambling.

If the device slot offers opportunities for updates of different value, the SEDC must be able to successfully save the value in money or credit of all updates.

Art. 9 requirements to address the SEDC to jackpot for each jackpot system, the SEDC systems must record the following data: a. type systems; b. amounts paid by each device slot for games of chance to power the jackpot (increments); c. the jackpot winnings, dates and hours of these gains; d. If the jackpot is triggered identification number of the device originally the trigger and depending on the jackpot, announcement of gain from the game of chance involved or corresponding announcement from the jackpot controller.

Art. 10 slot machines count the gross proceeds from the games as well as the data referred to in art. 8, al. 2, let. a d, et al. 3, and art. 9, let. b, must be able to be determined per day, per month and per year.

Art. 11 count of the tables for each table of game, the gross product of the games as well as the following data must be determined by day, month and year: a. stock starting and the ending inventory of chips, including the fills and credits; b. the result at the end of the operation c. drop; (d) the result of the trunk; e. estimate hourly stock tokens the result and the drop.

These data are entered manually or electronically.

Art. 12 saving data the data referred to in art. 8 and 9 which comes from the gambling connected must be collected and stored without modification (raw data). They can be subject to modifications; measures of protection must be provided for this purpose.
The SEDC must provide the requested data in a clear form. The same clarity must be guaranteed if the request comes from the commission through online access.
The data calculated by the SEDC which have been the subject of changes must be clearly identifiable. These changes must be justified in writing.

Art. 13 minutes and access the SEDC establishes a record for each access to the system and for each operation that have an impact on the data in the system.

Section 2 Exploitation (articles 25 and 30 OLMJ) art. 14 liaison the slot machines for games of chance, jackpot systems and table games which are the subject of an electronic count are connected permanently to the SEDC.

Interruption of the connection, the concerned gambling must be decommissioned immediately if the data cannot be backed up and stored in a secondary memory, or by any other means, and then transmitted in full to the SEDC.
The SEDC check regularly that the affair with gambling is maintained. He pointed out any interruption of the connection and reports in minutes.

Art. 15 protection against undue access facilities and systems containing sensitive or important data to the determination of the gross product of the games, including the SEDC, video surveillance system, systems jackpot (jackpot controllers), must be protected from undue interference.
Anyone who has access to the systems referred to in para. 1 must have an individual password. At the request of the gambling house, the commission may authorise other measures of identification provided that they are at least equivalent. the definition of fictitious usernames used by multiple people is not permitted.
If the House wants to connect its computer system with an external computer system, it must take the necessary security measures so that only individuals with a prior authorization can access its internal system from the outside. It establishes a list of applications that these people will be allowed to use.
Third parties cannot access the facilities and systems referred to in para. 1 for purposes of remote as if the person who performs the operation has an individual password.
The third party access to the internal system of the gambling house, from inside or outside of the latter, are documented in a report which mentions for each of these access: a. the name of the official who authorized the operation; (b) the name of the person who performed the operation; (c) the time, date and the duration of intervention; (d) the reason for the intervention; (e) a description of the work performed.

Art. 16 monitoring local gambling House has one or several premises to collect data and information of the SEDC and the video-surveillance system.
At least one employee responsible for video surveillance must be present in the room of video-surveillance and monitor the operation of the gaming tables through the system of video surveillance from their opening to their closing.

Chapter 3 table games Section 1 requirements (art. 65 OLMJ) art. 17 tables, instruments and accessories for game instruments and game accessories, such as tables, chips, the playing cards, balls, dice, wheel cylinders and cards mixers must be designed to lend itself to the game in question and to ensure loyal and dependent on chance.
The gambling house to ensure that the instruments and props are kept safe.
It takes an inventory of the instruments and props.

Art. 18 boxes each game table must have at least a box fitted with a locking system key (drop box) for the conservation of cash, tokens, receipts, records or forms.
The housing must have the identification number of the table.

Art. 19 containers reserved for tips (trunk) every table game shall be equipped with a container for tips (trunk).

Section 2 Exploitation art. 20 game rules (art. 58, para. 3, OLMJ) table games must be operated in accordance with the rules of game laid down by the gambling house and approved by the commission.
Game rules contain at least explanations on: a. the game; b. how to engage the updates; c. the minimum bets and maximum bets; d. earning possibilities; (e) the designation of the playmaker, as well as the description of his role and responsibilities.

Art. 21 (art. 46 OLMJ) proposed table games gambling houses are authorized to operate the following table games: a. the ball game; b. roulette; c. wheel of fortune/big wheel; d. blackjack; e. punto banco; f. railroad Baccarat; g. poker; h. casino stud poker; i. sic bo; j. craps.

Variants of these games are subject to the approval of the commission.
The commission charged by the Playhouse for the exploitation of the jackpot for a gaming table cannot exceed 20% increments.

Art. 22 roulette roulette and similar games may be exploited only if: a. the speed of rotation of the bowl is controlled permanently; b. the outgoing numbers are recorded electronically, or another appropriate way, for statistical purposes.

Art. 23 maximum bets allowed for table games operated in gambling houses enjoying a concession B (art. 53 OLMJ) maximum bets allowed for table games operated in gaming with a concession B are included in the annex.

Chapter 4 slot machines for games of chance Section 1 requirements (art. 65 OLMJ) art. 24 control and operating any device slot for games of chance shall: a. be able to restart without data loss after a break in the current; b. have an internal diagnostic system (art. 33); c. have a generator of random numbers determining the facts and results related to the games; d. be protected against outside influence, especially against electromagnetic and electrostatic interference.

The connection and communication with other devices and systems should in no way influence the facts and outcomes related to the games of chance offered by the device slot.
The reliability of the generator of random numbers must be demonstrated either by recognized methods of calculation of probabilities, or by any other method recognised by the commission.

Art. 25 facts and results related to the games all the facts and results related to games must depend on predominant way of chance.
The facts and results related to games dependent on predominant way of chance: a. If they are produced by a generator of random numbers or other means based on the intervention of chance; b. If they aren't or they are very likely to be influenced by the player.

The firing of the facts and results related to games should be determined by constant parameters. Any mechanism such as trim or regulator is forbidden. A fact or something related to the game must have no influence on the future facts or results related to the game or the game; the al. 4 is reserved. The probability that a fact or something related to the game must always be the same.
The facts and results related to a game may be deferred in whole or in part on the game that follows directly.

Art. 26 additional games for a part, additional games based on a result or a fact related to the previous game can be offered. They depend on predominant way of chance.
No additional bet cannot be removed for an extra set.
The firing of the facts and results related to this game should not be influenced by facts and results related to the previous game.
The facts and results related to the additional game can be determined by parameters other than those applicable to the basic game.
The resulting potential winning extra game is credited to the player at the end of the whole game.

Art. 27 additional gain the additional gain formed by an accumulation of increments (mini-bonus) must not exceed 1000 francs and is allowed only: a. if its allocation is the result of a random process determined entirely by the device slot for games of chance, etb. If it is defined by constant parameters.

Art. 28 rate of redistribution and probability of winning a device slot for games of chance must have a rate of theoretical redistribution of 80% at least.
The rate of redistribution must be determined using methods of calculation of recognized probabilities, on the potential number of results related to games or demonstrated by tests of game.

Art. 29 start and end of the game the game starts when the player causes the trigger by the hiring of a bet; It ends with the verdict of gain or loss, until a release is required for the release of a new game.
The additional games are not considered as of new parts as long as the gain is not paid, or credited to the player, but is assigned directly to the extra part.

Art. 30 special provisions for gaming with a B concession in gaming with a B, the maximum gain concession by game, potential additional games including, the slot machines for games of chance may not exceed the amount provided for in art. 56, al. 2, OLMJ.
This amount must not be exceeded either if the facts and results related to a game are carried over to the next game (art. 25, para. 4). Updates and cumulative gains of the two games may not exceed the maximum limits provided for in art. 56 OLMJ.

Art. 31 meter a device slot for games of chance shall be fitted at least eight-digit electronic meter and at least six-digit electromechanical counters.

The commission may establish other requirements if the counters reach the maximum ability to display more than once a month.
Electronic meters back to zero once they have reached their maximum capacity to display.
Electromechanical meters must match the State recognized technique and start from scratch once they have reached their maximum display capacity. They should be designed to ensure protection against tampering.

Art. 32 data to save all device slot for games of chance should be provided with separate electronic meters recording the following data: a. amount total credits wagered in all games played (turnover); (b) total amount of credits earned in all games played (total wins); c. number total games played (stroke); (d) total amount of appropriations cancelled on the device slot for games of chance (cancelled appropriations); e. sum appropriations introduced and accounted in the device for each offered possibility; f. sum credits paid by the unit for each payment possibility.

Electromechanical counters record data mentioned in para. 1, let. a and b. The commission may authorise derogations.
If the device offers several types of games, he must have in addition to counters registering the data mentioned in para. 1, let. a and b, for each of the used games.

Art. 33 internal diagnostic system any device slot for games of chance shall be fitted with an internal diagnostic system.
This system must record all the facts and results related to games and remember all other information related to the current game and the four previous parts at least. It must be possible to restore the original state of the device slot for games of chance on the basis of stored data. Stored data should be displayed on request.
When the device slot is fitted with a drive of banknotes, the internal diagnostic system must memorize and display on demand, the value of the last post introduced and the four previous tickets at least so that the credits granted on the basis of these tickets. This rule applies by analogy when loans can be granted in one form other than tickets.
The internal diagnostic system must conduct independent tests of the device slot. When it detects problems with effects on the course of the game, on the counters or recording of data by the SEDC, it shall immediately communicate such dysfunctions to the SEDC and shut off the unit.

Art. 34 unit slot multiplayer a multiplayer device is a device slot for games of chance that offers several play places and on which multiple players can play the same game at the same time.
Each play of multi-player devices place is considered to be an individual machine and must conform to the legal provisions.

Section 2 Exploitation (art. 72 OLMJ) art. 35. the slot machines for games of chance must be operated in accordance with the rules of game laid down by the gambling house and approved by the commission.
The rules of game show at least: a. the operating instructions of the unit; b. how to engage the updates; c. minimum bets and maximum bets; d. earning possibilities; (e) the terms of payment set by the gambling house, including in case of malfunction of the devices.

The used slot machines only to certified games of chance can be placed in the gambling houses.

Chapter 5 Section 1 requirements jackpot systems General (art. 65 OLMJ) art. 36 the jackpot the jackpot system system design must be designed in such a way: a. that no data is lost and that the jackpot prize pool can be restored in case of a break in the current or another disturbance would occur; (b) that it is impossible to predict the time at which the jackpot will be triggered.

Art. 37 trigger conditions conditions trigger the jackpot should be determined in advance. They should not be modified until the jackpot has not been discharged; art. 45 is reserved.
The participation of the players to the game of the jackpot may be subject to conditions. These conditions must be provided.
Any game of chance connected to a jackpot system is to trigger the jackpot as the conditions previously set for his release are met.
When the jackpot is triggered, the game of chance who triggered it must be blocked. He can be unlocked when all the essential facts proving the the jackpot winning have been established.

Art. 38 record and conservation the jackpot system must automatically record the following information: a. current jackpot State; b. gambling connected; c. by unit increments to under used for games of chance; d. amount of departure (base value); e. upper limit; f. earned amount and date and gain time; g. gambling at the origin of the outbreak of the jackpot.

The jackpot system or the SEDC must record and keep for five years: a. any change of parameters; b. all access to the system; c. any malfunction of the system; d. the data referred the al. 1, let. b to g.

Art. 39 amount of the jackpot the amount of the jackpot that players can expect to earn is the sum of the amounts paid to the jackpot by games of chance (increments), to which is added the value Basic. Players should not expect further gains.

Section 2 requirements specific art. 40 Mystery jackpot the trigger condition of the mystery jackpot is determined by means of a generator of random numbers (art. 24, para. 3) and is located in a range between the amount of starting (basic-value) and the upper limit. The commission can impose a fixed range.
The probability of selection of the gain value is always the same within that range. The House determines the upper limit (art. 57 OLMJ).
The probability of winning the jackpot mystery must be proportional to the setting.
If a mystery jackpot system works properly, it must be decommissioned. The slot machines for games of chance that are no longer connected to this system can continue to be exploited. Clients must be informed of the devices that are no longer connected. In addition, concerned views must be disabled.

Art. 41 Progressive Jackpot the trigger condition of the jackpot is a result or a fact determined by one of the games of chance connected to jackpot system and based on randomly in accordance with art. 25. the probability of winning the jackpot must be the same for all games of chance that are connected to this system.
If pauses in communication with one of gambling to which it is connected, the progressive jackpot system must report directly or through the SEDC. Concerned gambling must be decommissioned immediately.

Section 3 operation (art. 72 OLMJ) art. 42 liaison in real time the jackpot system and the gambling connected to the system must be connected so as to ensure their real-time liaison.

Art. 43 increments when connected to the system of jackpot games of chance are operated (the jackpot game), the jackpot prize pool increases constantly with increments.

Art. 44 determination of the gross product of the games of a jackpot the jackpot amount is deducted from the gross games as soon as the jackpot has been raised and paid.
If the jackpot is an interconnection between several houses of game within the meaning of art. 50 OLMJ, the current jackpot increments and increments feeding the jackpot next (hidden jackpot) are deducted on a monthly basis.

Art. 45 interruption and modification of the current jackpot it is forbidden to interrupt a current jackpot until the jackpot is not triggered. The commission may authorise derogations.
Upon delivery of the jackpot, the jackpot amount displayed is the same as before the interruption.
Changes to parameters, in particular the condition determining the triggering of the jackpot, or the reintroduction of the old settings must be previously approved by the commission.
Parameter changes made to the configuration of a future jackpot should not influence the current jackpot.

Art. 46 change and transfer of the the jackpot winning the amount of the jackpot at stake cannot be changed before the release of the gain in the event of a malfunction. This correction must be approved by the commission.
The amount of the jackpot at stake may be transferred to another jackpot system, especially when the jackpot system connected games of chance are defective or have been replaced. The transfer of the amount of a jackpot must be approved by the commission.

Art. 47 sum of the gain and display of the amount of the jackpot when the jackpot is triggered, the amount determining the amount of the gain is one that is recorded in jackpot controller.
The display must indicate to players the amount achieved the jackpot at stake with a precision of at least two decimal places.
If the gambling house operated slot machines in several rooms, the display of the amount of the jackpot must be in each of them.

If a device slot is connected to several systems of jackpot, a display must indicate to players to what (s) system (s) of jackpot gambling is connected.

Art. 48 outbreak of the gain of the jackpot after the outbreak of the jackpot, the jackpot system must record and display the following data: a. indication of the camera at the origin of the outbreak; b. amount of the gain.

After the outbreak of the jackpot, the jackpot system should return immediately and automatically to the sum of departure and continue the game.

Art. 49. several winners when the jackpot is triggered simultaneously by multiple devices, each player at the origin of the outbreak shall receive the displayed pot full. The commission can agree in advance a different distribution for each jackpot system.

Section 4 Liaison between several systems of jackpot (art. 49 OLMJ) art. 50. when slot machines for games of chance are connected simultaneously to several jackpot systems or several jackpot systems are interconnected, the provisions laid down in the preceding sections of this chapter are applicable.

Section 5 Liaison between gambling of several game (art. 50 OLMJ) art. 51 additional requirements when a connection is established between games of chance or jackpot of several game systems, the following provisions apply in addition to those which are fixed in the preceding sections of the present chapter.

Art. 52 central jackpot system the system of central jackpot must be in one of the gambling houses connected to this system.
Connected to the central system of jackpot gambling houses define in writing the rights and obligations relating to participation in this system and submit them for approval by the commission.
Communication between the central system of jackpot and play houses connected to this system must be encrypted.
A third person qualified and independent is mandated by the gambling houses connected to the central jackpot system to monitor the operation of this system.

Art. 53 safety data and the operations when the liaison between a gambling house and central jackpot system is interrupted, gambling of the House concerned that are connected to this system must be immediately stopped.
When link is restored, please make sure that the displayed pot is identical in all the gambling houses connected to the central system of jackpot.

Section 6 limit the jackpot in gaming with a B concession (art. 57, para. 2, OLMJ) art. 54. the share of the jackpot amount that exceeds the limit, for technical reasons, is not paid to the players. She is assigned to the OASI compensation fund.
Players must be informed properly that the legal limit of the jackpot has been reached and the winnings will be paid only up to this amount.

Section 7 use of the amounts paid to the jackpot interruption of exploitation art. 55. If a gambling house interrupts its operation or operation of the jackpot system for more than six months or permanently, the commission decides the assignment of the prize pool of the jackpot formed up to the interruption.
If a gambling house connected to one or more other gambling houses interrupts its exploitation or exploitation of the jackpot system whereby these gambling houses are connected, the amounts paid to this jackpot remain in the pot to the jackpot.

Chapter 6 Section 1 Documentation commissioning technical art. 56 surveillance systems during the development of the system of video surveillance, the commission may require the following documents and information: a. name and address of the supplier and the manufacturer, if they are separate; (b) the type, model or series (identification number) number c. number and locations of cameras; d. location of the video surveillance room; e. plan the system of video surveillance (floorplan); f. technical description of the functioning of the system.

During the commissioning of the SEDC, the commission may require the following documents and information: a. name and address of the supplier and the manufacturer, if they are separate; (b) the model number, the model or series (identification number); c. type and number of connected games; d. a description of the hardware and software used, such as diagrams and sequence diagrams; e. complete documentation on the hardware and software; f. program; g. attestation result and review report provided by a body within the meaning of art. 58, al. 2, establishing that communication between interconnected gaming and recording the data are provided.

Art. 57 games (art. 67 OLMJ) during the development of the gaming tables, the commission may require the following documents and information: a. name and address of the supplier and the manufacturer, if they are separate; (b) the type, model or series (identification number) number; c. drawings and plans of the tables of game, their components and their elements; d. a description of the hardware and software used such as patterns and the flow diagrams; e. information relating to the course of the game; f. description of test procedures applied; g. results and review report.

When putting in operation of slot machines for games of chance, the commission may require the following documents and information: a. name and address of the supplier and the manufacturer, if they are separate; (b) the type, model or series (identification number) number; c. drawings and plans of the slot machines for games of chance their components and their elements; d. a description of the hardware and software used, such as diagrams and sequence diagrams e. information relating to the course of the game; f. description of test procedures applied; g. digital devices color photographs to under serving to gambling; h. function and structure of the generator of random numbers; i. how to produce the various facts and results related to the game; j. achievable maximum gain at each part k. calculation method and results of the statistics of the games l. number and results of the tests or simulations of game made; Mr. payout; n. probability of games winners; o. code source; p. means of digital storage (EPROM, CD-ROM, flashcard, etc.); q. statement, result and review report provided by a body within the meaning of art. 58, al. 2, establishing that the slot machines for games of chance meet the legal requirements.

During the commissioning of jackpot systems, the commission may require the following documents and information: a. name and address of the supplier and the manufacturer, if they are separate; (b) the type, model or series (identification number) number; c. drawings and plans of jackpot, their components and their elements systems; d. a description of the hardware and software used such as diagrams and sequence diagrams; e. information relating to the course of the game; f. description of test procedures applied; g. the type number, the model or series of gambling connected to the jackpot system; h. description of the functioning of the system of jackpot and of the criterion that the triggers; i. code source; j. program; k. attestation result and review report provided by a body within the meaning of art. 58, al. 2, establishing that this jackpot system meets legal requirements.

Section 2 review s. 58. the commission defines the procedure and contents of the review report.
The declaration of conformity of the SEDC, slot machines for games of chance and jackpot systems referred to in art. 66 OLMJ must be accompanied by the certificate of compliance with the established review report: a. by a body accredited in accordance with the order of June 17, 1996 on accreditation and designation, on the basis of the international standard EN 45 004 for the field covered by this order, forgotten the source. by a foreign agency that has an equivalent foreign certification and applies an evaluation procedure of review and compliance meet the requirements set by the commission.

The commission publishes a list of accredited organizations.

RS 946.512 Chapter 7 tournaments (art. 51 OLMJ) art. 59 concept and rules of gambling houses can organize tournaments.
A tournament is an event involving several participants in one or more games of chance. At the beginning of the tournament, each player has the same number of credits. Prices can be brought into play.
Before announcing a tournament, play house submits the rules for approval by the commission. The tournament rules indicate at least: a. gambling which or with which we play; b. the conduct of the game and the procedures for appointing the winner; c. the amount of fees for registration or participation; d. the prizes at stake.

The tournament rules must be communicated to the participants.
The House establishes a tally of the tournament.

Art. 60 authorized gaming tournaments can be organized with games of chance meets the technical requirements defined by the law on games of chance and gambling houses.

If the tournament is held from tables game or slot machines for games of chance that are connected to the SEDC, the gambling house separately presents the data collected during the tournament.
The commission may authorise derogations provided that safe operation of the games is assured.

Chapter 8 provisions final art. 61 repeal of the law in the order of 20 December 2001 on gambling is repealed.

[RO 2002-421]

Art. 62 entry into force this order comes into force on November 1, 2004.

Annex (art. 23) maximum bets for table games operated in gambling houses enjoying a B concession to table games in gaming with a concession B, maximum bets cannot exceed the following amounts: a. the ball game: 50 francs b. French Roulette, Roulette American Francs full 200 horse 400 full row 600 0 , 1 and 2 600 0, 2 and 3 600 four first numbers (0, 1, 2 and 3) 800 800 transversal simple 1200 dozen and column 2400 single Chance 3600 square c. wheel of fortune/Big Wheel Francs Maximum 100 d. Blackjack the maximum bet must not exceed 1000 francs. The maximum bet applies to any game box. The maximum bet for each game box may be exceeded if the bet is doubled or if the hand is shared.
e. Punto Banco (including mini and midi) Francs Maximum Tie 100 Maximum Punto / Banco 1000 f. Baccarat Francs Maximum 1000 g. Poker Francs Split - Limit 10/20 Ante 5 h. Casino Stud Poker Francs Maximum 200 Maximum jackpot art. 57, al. 2, OLMJ i. Sic Bo combination of Maximum bets in Frank Specific Triple 10 Any Triple 60 Double 160 4 / 30 5/16 17 60 6 / 15 100 7/14 150 8 / 13 225 9/12 300 10/11 300 Domino Combination 300 Single Dice (1 x) 150 Single Dice (2 x) 150 Single Dice (3 x) 150 Big 1800 Small 1800 j. Craps Francs Field 3 , 4, 9, 10 or 11 1000 Field 2 or 12 1000 seven 500 eleven 150 Crap 2 70 Crap 3 150 Crap 12 70 any Craps 300 6 or 8 2000 5 or 9 1500 4 or 10 1100 Double 2 or Double 5 300, 3 or 4 200 Pass 2000 Don't pass 2000 State on October 26, 2004

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