Cards may not be played in the street with a Native American.
This law has been attributed to a city ordinance in Globe, Arizona. I guess if you and your Native American friends want to play poker, it would behoove you to get off the streets! This one has been broken at least once on purpose, and can be read about in this book.
Elementary schools may not host poker tournaments.
SECTION 8-121. GAMBLING ON OR ABOUT SCHOOL PROPERTY. No person shall play, participate in, or bet for or against any game not mentioned in Section 330 or 330a of the Penal Code of the State of California, in any public place or in any place exposed to the public view located within three hundred feet…
While it is legal to serve alcohol in a pool hall, all intoxicated persons must leave the premises.
7-69. Minors, intoxicated persons, etc. (a) No person operating a pool or billiard hall shall permit any intoxicated person to remain in the hall. (b) If alcoholic beverages are permitted on the premises, no operator of a pool or billiard hall shall permit any person under the age of 18 years to enter the hall…
Persons may not play catch on any city street.
Section 12-92 Ballplaying in public streets prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to pitch or bat a ball on the public streets of this city. (Code 1978, § 9.32.020)