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During that time, we have never thought any of our dealers were rude or had a bad attitude. He said he and some fellow crew mates were going to a beach party they had planned. I've had dealers remember me from past cruises and say hello. Since there were about a half dozen guys I met multiple times in the late night crew, we all started to chat and the dealers would chat with us. I found many of them very personable. Every cruiseship dealer we've encountered has been highly professional and they often go out of their way to "coach" players and, if a player asks "what should I do", will unhesitatingly give them good advice. The next evening I saw him dealing again and a pitboss walked by and made some comment about his "activities" the night before. I haven't yet played at the ship's casino tables- I started out by practicing in Atlantic City about a month ago. My wife and I will be going on our tenth cruise this summer and both love to play blackjack. I have always had nice dealers in the casino. I would also take my chips and leave. Vegas is a very distant second since it is very serious, and AC is dead last. At best I have never found the casino staff on any ship wearing tags that say "I was chosen Mr or Ms smiley last month" Some are a little better than others, but they aren't choosen to work the casinos because of their personalities. The following year I was sailing another ship with some different friends and low and behold I saw that dealer again. So it wasn't RCI, but this is my favorite cruise ship casino story. As I walked into the casino the dealer at the blackjack table smiled and waved and said that she remembered me from the previous year on Navigator. I first played blackjack and poker on a cruise and the dealers were helpful and since the same group of passengers seemed to be at the table every night we had a lot of fun together. On a cruise, if I received that behavior and it wasn't addressed, I would go to Guest Relations and complain.

Is it just me or are the majority of the casino dealers rude? We were on a Western Caribbean cruise in and inseven years later, we were in the Mediterranean, and our blackjack dealer remembered us from the cruise. At land casinos, and on casino off-shore cruises, we've seen a couple of dealers in confrontations with players, but in each case the player was rude and obnoxious to the point where the dealer felt the need to react to preserve self-respect.

They only work the casino and have shorter working days than most of the crew. Second dealer: not cute, not friendly, but nice.

I never did find a dealer I felt was worthy of giving a toke to. I'm pretty sure his new co-workers had never heard the story. So you need to let the pit bosses know when these things happen and they will be weeded out. But, almost all of the dealers I encountered on the Jewel were fantastic and extremely friendly.

I try pit boss casino franchise reviews be friendly and make small talk and usually they loosen up. First dealer: cute, nice, friendly. One girl got excited, slapped learn more here edge of the playing table lightly in her excitement.

Another would take a toke tip and smash the bell that they ring when they get a tip so hard as he glared at the rest of us. The pit boss noticed what was going on and he came over to the table to show me a different technique to shuffle a stack of chips. Since we spend a lot of time pit boss casino franchise reviews the casino, we single pit boss casino franchise reviews the good dealers by name on the comment cards.

It takes all kinds, many players are rude. They can't see all their employees all the time. Most have taken the time to help the novices at the pit boss casino franchise reviews. I was the only one at the blackjack table. Either that, or my wife and Remarkable what is gold in big fish casino true are freakier than we ever realized.

Chairs were only for people ready to part with their money. Mario was my favorite dealer on the Jewel when I was on it at the beginning of January. Unlike some of the LV and AC casinos I could sit at the table as long as there wasn't someone waiting to sit and play at the only open seat and they would chat with me, call a server to get me a drink, welcome me. Unless you take the time to address issues like this, the cruise line and management can't take action. I actually recognized him as being on our Mariner cruise the year before. By the way I heard that the casino people are not RCI employees. I was in the casino on Navigator at a time when it wasn't very busy. He just glared at me. Who the heck needs bad Karma when your playing and trying to have fun? Carnival has their own casino division oceancasinojobs. The late night pit boss was even nice. Sometimes as he would come over to count the tips or change the tips for larger chips, he would quip with the players or listen in and chat. In LV or AC, the friendliest response I would get is a glare if I wasn't putting money down even if there was no one waiting to play. They tag in and out after regular intervals and after X sessions working they have to have a break. Remember to identify the problem child by name since all of their names are on their name tags. It seemed like everyone at the tables had a great time, even when they were losing money. I just don't play with the zombie dealers. I don't expect them to be my best friend but I do expect common courtesy and perhaps a smile or a little small talk instead of standing there like a statue. Some are more talkative and outgoing than others but I have never had anyone downright rude. One guy, Mario, even made it a point to "coach" some of the lesser players even later at night when they aren't supposed to. The following year we took a cruise on Monarch. But remember this is a boring job for them, perhaps they've been weeks at sea or just starting their tour. There's a sight that you're never going to see in Vegas. I feel like they went out of their way to help novice players, such as mysef, and joked around with us. That was impressive, considering how many people she had seen during that seven-year span. There are restrictions on how long any dealer can work since they are dealing with money and their carelessness can cost the ship actual money. This wasn't the same dealer that taught me how to shuffle. In AC the pit bosses are very. With all the competition and all the boats at sea it's getting harder for the cruise industry to get and keep good people. It was more of a "I heard about you last night" than business. I would often break the ice by looking at their home country on their nametags and checking out their names. One dealer made really inappropriate comments about a player after he left the table. I was playing with my chips while talking to the dealer and I mentioned that I always wanted to learn how to shuffle chips with one hand. I use to be a dealer and work in a tribal casino now so it seems I get to know dealers a bit more than usual. She stopped dealing cards to me and showed me how to shuffle chips. He did, the dealer got wide-eyed, laughed and began looking around the casino floor. Another dealer and the pit boss seemed to have an inside joke going about one of the players and kept whispering to each other and then laughing. I sailed on a Carnival spirit class ship a few years ago forget which one and spent a decent amount of time in the casino playing blackjack. Heard that the casino is a franchise run by a separate company. I have a personal superstition that if I arrive in the middle of a shoe, that I will not start playing until the shoe gets shuffled unless there are only one or two players and the shoe is towards the beginning. Personally, I would complain to the pit boss about any dealers like some of you have dealt with. Granted, not all dealers have effervescent, bubbling personalities, but that doesn't make them rude or attitudinal. We hadn't sat down to play yet so I told my buddy who had never met him to go sit at his table and ask "jumped any bonfires naked lately? I would ask a little something about their home country. I told him if he was a little more friendly, perhaps he would get more tips. Although I rarely talked with him, I could be just passing through the casino and if he caught my eye, he would smile and wave in recognition. NCL and Star hire directly. I'm afraid to gamble in real casinos, because I'm afraid it won't live up to my expectations I have from gambling on Royal Caribbean's ships! Three dealers commented that they have much easier jobs than most crew members. I found most of the dealers were willing to chat if the players were. Love the dealers and the pit bosses. The casinos are closed during ports-of-call so the dealers can all enjoy ports if they want to. Love playing craps on the ships!!! Third dealer: old, ugly, MEAN. I was chatting with this friendly male dealer from England before we docked in Barbados. Actually, from my chit-chat with the dealers on the Jewel, casino dealers have it so much easier than most of the crew. We are in the casino every night and often are there at closing. How can they weed the bad ones out if they don't know about the bad ones. I asked him what he did in Barbados. So the three of us were there shuffling chips.