Dealer tipping is now possible at both land based and online casinos that offer live streamed table games like roulette, baccarat, and blackjack. Some casino patrons resort to this practice when seeking to show they are satisfied with the level of service they have received.
You may find this surprising but tipping is one of the most controversial and hotly debated topics among blackjack players.
Some argue you should never tip from your hard-earned bankroll, while others insist it is players’ civic duty to reward dealers for their excellent service. At the end of the day, tipping is optional and it is entirely up to you to decide whether to hand out gratuities when playing at the live blackjack tables.
If you do wish to indulge in the practice, however, it is important to know when, and more importantly, how much it is appropriate to tip. But before we delve into the answers to these questions, let’s examine the differences between tipping blackjack dealers in brick-and-mortar and online casinos.