Other Game Types

This office’s standard recordkeeping forms are not required for single games.  If an organization designs its own forms, refer to the Pull Tab chapter in the administrative rules and the forms listed below for guidance.

 

  • A person must be at least age 21 to participate in the following gaming activities.

 

 

Club Special, Seal Board, Tip Board and Punchboard

 

The maximum price per chance is $2.  A prize board, club special, punchboard, sealboard, and tip board are conducted as a single game which may have a cash or merchandise prize and one or more seal prizes.  The value of a seal prize or last sale prize may exceed the value of the top tier prize.

 

 

Other general forms for the conduct of single games are: Master Game Inventory Log, Site Game Inventory Log, Record of Win, and Reconciliation of Inventories.  These additional forms can be found under General Forms.

 

 

 

Calcutta

 

A Calcutta is a sporting event in which players wager at an action on the competitors.  The conduct of a Calcutta is the auction process.  An auction pool is comprised of the wagers paid by players who offered the highest bids on the competitors.  The winning competitor may be one competitor, a team of competitors, or ranked competitors.  The payout of the cash prize to a winning player is based on a predetermined percentage of the auction pool, which may not exceed ninety percent.  Only cash prizes may be awarded.

 

Other general forms for the conduct of Calcutta activity are: Master Game Inventory Log, Site Game Inventory Log, Record of Win, and Reconciliation of Inventories.  These additional forms can be found under General Forms.

 

 

Prize Board

 

A prize board is a board used with pull tabs to award cash or merchandise prizes.  Coins of various values may be affixed to the board and, under each coin, a cash prize value preprinted on the board.  A board must contain numbered lines and a seal covering a winning number.

 

 

 

Prize Board Dispensing Devices

 

A prize board dispensing device means a board used with pull tabs dispensed from a device to award cash or merchandise prizes.  The maximum price per chance is $2. The value of a seal prize or a column sold out indicator may exceed the value of the top tier prize.

 

 

Other general forms for the conduct of Prize Boards are: Master Game Inventory Log, Site Game Inventory Log, I.O.U., Record of Win, Ideal Cash Bank Master Record, Cumulative Ideal Cash Bank Record, Reconciliation of Ideal Cash Banks, and Reconciliation of Inventories. These additional forms can be found under General Forms.

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