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Curious September 2020 Alberta
We are having some table games at our reception like poker and black jack. My fiance and I thought it might be kind of fun to create little packages that our guests could buy, so for example $20 buys you $2000 wedding bucks or $2 buys you $200 wedding bucks, and we'll make fake money to use as tokens for gambling and or buying drinks. (We are having a toonie bar.) So theoretically, guests who are decent at gambling will make more money and drink for free. Guests who suck at gambling, will put more towards their gambling and drinks and hopefully help offset the cost of the alcohol. Guests who don't gamble will still need to buy wedding bucks so that the bartender isn't dealing with any money. This way the dealers are also not handling real money. Has anyone ever done or seen anything like this? Is this a terrible idea? Does anyone know if I need any sort of special licensing to do something like this? (We are using a small hall in Canmore for our venue).