Casinos don't exactly state their rules on a big sign right when blackjack players enter. However, visitors are still expected to carry a reasonable standard of conduct when they're in a casino. That said, it pays to do some research on what casinos expect before you sit down to the blackjack tables. So let's take a look at some of the most common mistakes that new players make when they visit a casino.
Watch what you wear
While blackjack players aren't expected to be dressed like Fortune 500 CEO's, they do need to wear reasonable attire. This means no donning baggy sweatpants, revealing clothes, or shirts/hats with offensive images or phrases. Assuming you're wearing any clothing articlethat fits into the aforementioned categories, you could be thrown out.
Just like buffet restaurants, casinos have rules against loitering. Only their restrictions apply to those who take up space at a blackjack table or slots game, yet don't actually bet any money. Now it's fine to sit down at a game if the casino is relatively empty and/or you want to watch friends play. However, if the establishment is busy and there's little space available, don't sit at tables/machines when others want to play.
Don't bring Firearms
Although it may be legal for you to carry your handgun around much of the US, those freedoms stop when you enter a casino. After all, casinos are private clubs, and they aren't fond of people bringing guns into their venue. If an employee notices that you're carrying a gun, you will be asked to leave immediatley. As you can see, most casino conduct is commonsense, but not every blackjack player may realize one or two of the rules.