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Club Terms and Conditions


By requesting membership you certify that you have entered true and accurate information. ChipTalk Poker Club is private, and organizer(s) reserve the right to refuse entrance or action. Furthermore, you agree to the Terms and Conditions of ChipTalk Poker Club.

Falsifying and/or Not Providing ANY part of the new player requirements will disqualify you from future games for 30 days. Repeated attempts to conceal your identity will result in a lifetime ban.

ChipTalk Poker Club is 100% legal (No Rake / Not Public / No Fees) and follows the letter of the law. In keeping with the law, we will prosecute those who do not abide by our rules and/or break the law on any host's premises. Immediate alarm activation will be utilized in case of an emergency, will not be cancelled, and the monitoring center will facilitate law enforcement assistance.

We do not play around when it comes to security. Our games are all hosted in safe areas and the game locations are frequently patrolled by law enforcement agencies.

HOUSE RULES (no matter where the game is hosted): Do not enter areas which have been blocked off or identified by the host as off limits. No cabinet, closet, or other storage area shall be opened, with exception to the refrigerator. Guests are welcome to store their personal beverages in the refrigerator or the make use of a cooler available upon request.

Accidental damage to personal property of host including, but not limited to, structure of the house, walls, flooring, furniture, pictures, electronics, game equipment, etc. will result in a request for funds to repair the damaged item, but players will not be not be subject to any game related penalties, i.e. refusal of service, placed at the bottom of waiting lists, etc.

Intentional damage will be reported as vandalism. This includes damages to other player’s personal property, to include privately owned vehicles. For instances of this nature, please refer to the below section, “Inappropriate Behavior.”

INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR: Everyone goes on tilt. Please keep the degrading remarks and offensive hand gestures to a minimum. You will receive one warning should you become obscene. Foul language IS ok at the table, however, foul and/or abusive language/gestures to another player or the host IS NOT. Fighting will result in removal by law enforcement officers and all parties involved will be banned permanently, forfeiting all rights to future games. Removed players’ chips will be counted on video, verified and signed by two witnesses, and locked in our locking drop box. The following day, the host will deliver the sealed funds to the law enforcement.

In short, please bring your manners with you to the table. Be ready for the occasional bad beat. Do not overreact. Know when to quit.

CHIPS AND CASH: Chips and cash are welcomed forms of wagering. Chips will be exchanged for cash during the game. Table minimum and maximum buyins are posted in the game details. In the event that the host does not have enough chips to exchange for cash, the cash may be placed on the table. If at all possible, all cash should be exchanged for chips.

Chips supplied for the games are personal property of the hosts. Any attempt to bring outside chips into a game to represent cash value or intentional removal of chips in play from the premises will result in removal from the Club and a permanent ban to re-entry.

SETTLING UP: When the game has broken or a player leaves the game, they will bring all of their chips to the host or ask the host to count out at the table. The host will count the chips on the table, in plain sight of all players, and will verify the chip count with the player. Once the host and player are in agreement as to the chip amount, the host will first place the chips in the rack. Then the dealer will payout the player with payout with payout funds.

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