Minors may not enter a room where a “social game” is being played.
14.67.010 Social Games Authorized.
A social game between players in a private business, private club or place of public accommodation is authorized only when the following conditions are met:
A. No house player, house bank or house odds exist; and
B. There is no house income from the operation of a social game. House income is defined to include any income from acts which would constitute the promotion of gambling as defined in ORS 167.117 if social games were not excluded from the definition of gambling; and
C. The game cannot be seen from a street or sidewalk; and
D. Persons under 18 years of age are not permitted in the room or enclosure where the social game takes place; and
E. A valid permit issued pursuant to this Chapter is displayed in the room or enclosure where the social game takes place; and
F. The room or enclosure where the social game takes place is open to free and immediate access to any police officer. Doors leading into the social game room must remain unlocked during all hours of operation; and
G. No player shall bet more than $1 in money or other thing of value in any one game, and the amount awarded the winner of a game shall not exceed $1 in money or other thing of value multiplied by the number of players in the game.