Dealers in a high limit room tend to be experienced and trusted by the casino. Cocktail waitresses are very attentive and premium brands are routinely served.
Are members of the public allowed to enter the so-called "private" high limit areas when whales are playing?
I am referring to the rooms located away from the main casino floor, e.g. on the top floor, "hidden" away from view?
I wonder whether there are ever exceptions to the public access rule?
For example, if a whale the size of Kerry Packer (R.I.P.) insists on privacy or he won't play: can that be accomodated?
If so, how (without running afoul of the rule)?