S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:20:05 - Colors of chips

Denominations of chips must be denoted by the following colors:

(1) The fifty-cent chip must be predominantly beige;
(2) The one-dollar chip must be predominantly white;
(3) The two-dollar chip must be predominantly orange;
(4) The two-dollar fifty cent chip must be predominantly pink;
(5) The five-dollar chip must be predominantly red;
(6) The ten-dollar chip must be predominantly blue;
(7) The twenty-five-dollar chip must be predominantly green;
(8) The one-hundred dollar chip must be predominantly black; and
(9) The five-hundred dollar chip must be predominantly purple;
(10) The one-thousand dollar chip must be predominantly yellow; and
(11) The five-thousand dollar chip must be predominantly grey.

A retail licensee must have sufficient numbers of chips to conduct gaming. The retail licensee may have other approved chips at its option.

Notes

S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:20:05
16 SDR 157, effective October 1, 1989; 19 SDR 21, effective August 20, 1992; 25 SDR 4, effective July 27, 1998; 28 SDR 24, effective August 28, 2001; 31 SDR 165, effective May 10, 2005; 38 SDR 213, effective June 18, 2012.

General Authority: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13).

Law Implemented: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13), 42-7B-15.

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