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Old October 9th, 2008, 09:53 PM
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Originally Posted by brad813
You are asking for trouble. If they found someone gambling underage you would likely be kicked off the ship along with the person responsible for you. Bottom line, until you are 18, you would be committing a crime and no casino will tolerate the breaking of the law.
underage gambling on a cruise is not breaking the "law." The ship is in international waters and the only thing i broke when i tried to play on my trip was a RCCL rule, and all that happened was that i was asked to leave the table. The pit boss was nice about it, and gave my dad a t-shirt to give to me as a nice try gift.
The "law" is the law from the country of embarcation...pretty sure you were underage regardless.

More importantly, there is nothing more irritating than an inexperienced black jack player... and one who is under 18 is definitely inexperienced.

After all, the only tables they have played are the ones they snuck onto on a ship, right? How much experience could they have?
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