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CARDROOM

Cardroom Employee Occupational Licenses shall be issued to persons employed or otherwise working in a cardroom as a cardroom manager, floor supervisor, brush, chip counter, sorter, poker room host/hostess, surveillance operator, cashier, dealer, or any other activity related to cardroom operations while the facility is conducting card playing or games of dominoes. (Rule 61D-11.009 F.A.C.) “Activity Related to Cardroom Operations” or “Cardroom Activity” is defined as all aspects of cardroom management, record keeping, administration, supervision, and all activities that support card playing or games of dominoes; and the collection, counting and exchange of bets and revenue associated with card playing or games of dominoes. (Rule 61D-11.001 F.A.C.) Follow this link to start an application for this license now.

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Employees working in food service, maintenance, or security who hold a valid pari-mutuel occupational license and do not perform any activity related to cardroom operations will not be required to hold a Cardroom Employee Occupational License.

Managers or supervisors who need both a Pari-Mutuel Professional Occupational License and Cardroom Employee Occupational License should apply for a Cardroom Employee Occupational License. If the division grants the application for licensure, it shall issue both a Cardroom Employee Occupational License and a Pari-Mutuel Professional Occupational License to the applicant at no additional cost.

Shareholders of 10% or more, Officers, Directors, and Mangers of a cardroom business, who do not require access to a Florida cardroom, must submit a DBPR PMW-3140, Disclosure for Individuals Related to a Business form, and their fingerprints to the Division with the Cardroom Business Occupational License application, but they are not required to apply for a Cardroom Employee Occupational License.

MULTIPLE AREAS

SLOT MACHINE/CARDROOM/PARI-MUTUEL COMBINATION LICENSE

A Slot Machine/Cardroom/Pari-Mutuel Combination Occupational License shall be issued to individuals required to hold a Slot Machine Professional or Slot Machine General Occupational License who also need access to pari-mutuel areas and/or hold a position that requires a Cardroom Employee Occupational License. (Rule 61D-14.005 F.A.C.) Follow this link to start an application for this license now.

NOTES:

Employees working in food service, maintenance, or security who hold a valid pari-mutuel occupational license and do not perform any activity related to cardroom operations will not be required to hold a Cardroom Employee Occupational License.

Shareholders of 5% or more, Officers, Directors, and Mangers of a slot machine business, who do not require access to a Florida slot machine gaming area, must submit a DBPR PMW-3140, Disclosure for Individuals Related to a Business form, and their fingerprints to the Division with the Slot Machine Business Entity Occupational License application, but they are not required to apply for a Slot Machine Professional Individual Occupational License or a Slot Machine/Cardroom/Pari-Mutuel Combination Occupational License.

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