Blackjack - A favorite of many. Player plays againstthe
dealer. The closest hand to twenty-one without going over is
the winner. Ace scount either one or eleven. You can split any
pairs. You can double-down on any two cards.
Multi-Action Blackjack - A slight twist on an old favorite.
Like standard blackjack, you play against the dealer. The
closest and to twenty-one without going over is the winner.
However, in this game, the you make 3 bets. They can be of
the same or different values. You then play normal blackjack.
The dealer then plays his hand against yours, but only for bet
number 1. The dealer then discards his cards except for His
initial Up Card and plays his second hand against your hand
and bet number two. Again, the dealer discards his cards
except for his Up Card and plays for bet number 3. You must
be careful because if you bust, you bust on all 3 bets. Also, if
you get Blackjack, you get Blackjack on all 3 bets.
Red Dog - A game of in-between. The dealer turns up two
cards. You bet the third card turned up will be between the
other two cards. A game that can be learned in a matter of a
Pai Gow Poker - Poker with an oriental twist. The player and
dealer get seven cards. Out of the seven cards, you make a
five card poker hand and a two card poker hand. The five
card hand must be higher than the two card hand. Both of the
hands must beat the dealers for you to win. If one does and
the other one doesn’t then that is considered a push and there
is no win or loss.
Caribbean Stud Poker - A new game for you. A game of
poker where the dealer needs Ace, King, or better to qualify.
If the dealer doesn’t qualify, the player wins even money on
their ante. Player gets bigger payoffs on their bet for two pair
or better. We also have a separate bonus bet.
Poker - The traditional game of five-card or seven-card stud
or we can play just about any poker that the table can agree
Texas Hold’Em - The most popular game on television,
Texas Hold’Em is fun for everyone and very easy to learn.
This is a game of poker where the players each get two hold
cards and use 5 dealer cards to make the best hand at the
table. After the players get their two cards there is a round of
betting. A small blind and a big blind ensure there is at least a
minimum pot to start with. Then the dealer turns over three
cards, known as the Flop, and another round of betting takes
place. Then the dealer's fourth card, known as the Turn, is
placed and another round of betting ensues. After the last
card, the River, is placed, the last round of betting takes place,
with one winner taking the pot.
Omaha - This is the same as Texas Hold’Em except each
player gets 4 cards and must use two and only two of his
cards to complete the 5 card poker hand.
Texas Hold'Em Bonus - Played like the traditional Texas
Hold’Em except the players play against the dealer only. Use
this game to learn Texas Hold’Em before you get in the ”Big
3-Card Poker - Three Card Poker ( Tri Card Poker ) is Two
Games in One: A seat at the 3 Card Poker table offers two
separate games to play. The two games are Three Card
Ante/Play, where you compete against the dealer, and Pairs
Plus that has different bonus payouts for 3 card poker hands
of one pair or better. Players may wager different amounts
on each game.
4-Card Poker - In Four-Card Poker you receive 5 cards to
make your best 4 card poker hand, and the dealer receives 6
cards to make his/her best card poker hand. There are
automatic bonuses for Four-Of-A-Kind, Straight Flush, or
Three-Of_A-Kind. There is also a separate bet called Aces
Up where you could win up to 50 to 1, depending on what
your are dealt.
Let It Ride - A fun new game. Player places three bets. Then
the player receives three cards. You must make a poker hand
out of the three cards that you receive and the two that are
placed in front of the dealer. You have an option of pulling
your firsttwo bets back or “Let It Ride”. You will like this for
Casino War - Casino War is without a doubt the easiest card
game to play in the casino. If you have ever played war as a
child, or simply made a bet on who could draw the highest
card then war will seem instantly familiar. Following are the
specific rules. The game is played with six decks. Cards are
ranked as in poker, except aces are always high. The suit does
not matter. You bet on your card being higher than the dealer.
In case of a tie, you can surrender or “Go To War”.
Over/Under 13 Blackjack - This is basic blackjack with an
additional wager that the first two cards will be under 13 or
Royal Match Blackjack - This is basic blackjack that has a
side bet. The player bets that the first two cards will be the
same suit. A fun little twist to an old favorite.
Three Way Action - This is a game that combines three
games into one Combat, Blackjack, and Poker. Three
separate bets are placed on the table. Combat is a simple game
of high-card. If the player has a higher card than the dealer
he/she is paid even money. If the player has a lower card
he/she loses. If there is a tie it is a push. Then the player
continues with the same card for a game of blackjack with a
maximum of 7 cards. Splitting, however, can only be done
with a pair of Aces, and then only once. Each player is then
given enough cards to play 7-Card Stud.
Triple Shot Bonus - A game much like Three Way Action
except each player only gets 6 cards total and there is a bonus
bet that pays if the player ties or wins all of the other 3
Baccarat - A game of Player and Banker. The participants
bet on if the Player hand or Banker hand is closer to 9 or not.
Aces count as one and 10 through king count as zero. This
game is played with 8 decks.
Chuck-A-Luck - A dice game where there are 3 dice in an
hour-glass shaped cage. The cage is turned over causing the
dice to roll from one end of the cage to the other. Then the
dice are read paying off bets in each individual die, and the
combination of the dice. Players bet on the number, the total
of the dice being either above 10 or below 11, and a field bet.
Beat The Dealer - A dice game where the dealer rolls the dice
and players then roll and try to “Beat The Dealer”.