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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 15. Charitable Gaming Board
10/20/2021

Chapter 50. Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Organization eligibility; permit requirements
Section 30
Permit application process for an organization
Section 40
Operator registration
Section 50
Suspension, revocation, or denial of permit for organization
Section 60
Operation and conduct of Texas Hold'em poker tournaments
Section 70
Charitable gaming supplies; approval of mechanical card shuffler and dealer shoes and other electronic and mechanical equipment
Section 80
Rules of play
Section 90
Requirements regarding renting premises, agreements, and landlord participation
Section 100
Bank accounts
Section 110
Recordkeeping
Section 120
Financial reporting, penalties, inspections, and audits
Section 130
Use of proceeds
Section 140
Requirements regarding contracts
Section 150
Suppliers of charitable gaming supplies
Section 160
Procedural rules for informal fact-finding conferences and hearings
Section 170
Reporting violations
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