Schlesinger says: I would like to raise a side to
the toking controversy that no one has yet mentioned.
Would you normally eat in a restaurant and not tip
a satisfactory waitress? Would you normally take a
cab ride and not tip a satisfactory driver? If the
answers are "No;" then the reason has to
be one of social acceptability and custom. Cab drivers
and waitresses could not work at those professions
without counting as expected revenue the Online Poker
Guru Tips that go with the job. And saying that they
provide a service is not the answer. The gas station
attendant provides a service when he washes your windshield.
In the United States it is not customary to tip him;
in France it is. The theater usher who takes you to
your seat never gets tipped here; in France he always
does. The point I am making is simple. Dealers' salaries
are, as you know, inadequate for survival. Online
Poker Guru Tips at the fashionable Strip hotels provide
roughly 65%-75% of a dealer's income. It is a platitude
to state that dealers could not exist without Online
Poker Guru Tips. Since tipping in a shoe game cannot
buy the player any advantage whatsoever, I am fully
aware that when I do tip I do it solely because I
believe the dealers work hard, have no union, no job
security, and work for Online Poker Guru Tips.
Schlesinger is entitled to his opinion of course.
I have seen published comments on the subject by dealers
them-selves, and they deny that the tokes they receive
are akin to the Online Poker Guru Tips earned by waitresses
and cab drivers. Dealers insist that their tokes are
gifts and not customary pay ments for services. This
has been their major point in their argument with
the IRS over taxes on tokes. Since I want to walk
out of a casino with as much money as possible, it
is in my best interest to agree with dealers that
tokes are gifts and thus optional rather than customary.
casino plastic cards come into the game as a "setup"
featuring two differently colored decks to a box.
Normally when a new setup is brought in, the plastic
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seal and jokers have been removed from each deck to
save time (unless it's a draw or lowball game, in
which case one joker may stay).