Definition: Casino Self Exclusion refers to an approach to reducing gambling problems whereby an individual voluntarily excludes him or herself from a casino. Identifying information and a photograph are taken, and distributed to casino staff and security personnel. The individual contracts with the casino that they will not enter the casino, and if they do, they can be removed and charged with trespassing.
Pronunciation: cas-ee-no self excloo-jun
Examples:Signing up for the self-exclusion program was a turning point for Bob overcoming his gambling problem.