Gambling Terminology (According to the IRS)

Cage is referred to a financial hub of a casino. Large money transactions in a casino take place in this tightly controlled environment. Players also go to the cage cashier to cash out, where they will exchange their chips for currency. A cCage is also referred to a device in which bingo balls are placed before a bingo game begins. It may be operated manually or by an air blower. Casino Cage Also called the cage. The secured area in a gaming establishment where records of transactions, money, and chips are kept. Casino Gaming Industry All of the activities related to legalized gambling and the operation of legal gambling establishments. Chip Also known as a CHECK used to represent money. At one time, chips were made of ivory or bond, but are now commonly made of Mississippi Casino Cashier Cage Ransacked by Alleged Robber, Marks Yet Another Southern Riverboat Crime. Posted on: July 2, 2019, 08:36h. Last updated on: July 2 A cage s the location in a casino where players exchange chips/coins/cash, redeem markers, and set up a credit line. Cage Cashier - Casino handles financial transactions including exchanging cash for casino tokens, performing credit checks, and cashing checks. Accounts for all transactions and balances books to ensure accuracy. Being a Cage Cashier - Casino requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor. To be a Cage Cashier - Casino typically requires 1-3 years of Cage. Noun. The cashier area in a casino or cardroom. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: In some casinos and cardrooms, players may be permitted to purchase chips directly at the table rather than having to purchase them at the cage. Due to the difficulty of securing cash in various locations around the cardroom and other reasons, most locations in which a player can buy chips at the table still require Cage Manager - Casino manages all operations of the casino cage. Ensures proper staffing, customer satisfaction, and accurate accounting of transactions. Being a Cage Manager - Casino requires an associate degree. Typically reports to a head of a unit/department. The Cage Manager - Casino manages subordinate staff in the day-to-day performance Job description and duties for Gaming Cage Worker. Also Gaming Cage Worker Jobs. Use our Job Search Tool to sort through over 2 million real jobs. Use our Career Test Report to get your career on track and keep it there. Use our Job Description Tool to sort through over 13,000 other Job Titles and Careers. Holland Code: NA The most common casino transaction between departments is transfers between the cage and the gaming area. "Table fills" refer to the transfer of chips from the casino cage to the gaming table, while "table credits" reflect the removal of the excessive chips from a gaming table by transferring the chips to the casino cage. In this process three different departments—cashier, security, and Casino cashiers may be referred to as gaming cage workers, cage cashiers, booth cashiers or gaming change persons. They work in an area of a casino known as a cage, which is the casino's center of

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