Originally Posted by ibelieveinkolb
Just wondering what Caesar's policy is on dealers and players socializing away from the casino. What would happen if someone's manager found out a player or players had loaned an employee - say a blackjack dealer - significant money?
I can't imagine that it would be regarded as anything good.
If the loan were legal and the player was the owner of a legitimate lending agency then there shouldn't really be a problem.
However, if the loan were not on any official books and the lender was not part of an authorized lending agency then I can't see how in the hell it would be a good thing as far as the casino or Nevada Gaming Agency would be concerned.
I would have to guess that it would be against official policy. I mean, how and why in the world would a multibillion dollar organization want to accept that risk/liability or the appearance of any impropriety...
I'd be curious to what those in the gaming industry have to say on the matter, but common sense to me would dictate it would not be a good thing.