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We’ve got it all—everything from the high-stakes style of blackjack, the fast-paced excitement of craps, to the thrill and strategy of Pai Gow poker. With 83 tables waiting for you, odds are you’re in for the time of your life.
The object of Baccarat is simple: bet on which hand will have the highest value – the player, the bank or a tie. To begin, a total of four cards are dealt: the first and third are the player’s hand, while the second and fourth belong to the dealer. Face cards and tens are worth zero, aces are worth 1 and cards 2 through 9 are worth that number. The hand value is determined by the sum total of the cards. For example, a 2 and a 3 are worth 5 (2+3 = 5). However, in values that exceed 10, the first digit is dropped. So a 6 and a 7 are worth 3 (6+7 = 13, drop the first digit of 1). The highest possible value is 9.
EZ Baccarat is played the same way as traditional baccarat. The draw rules have NOT been changed.
There is no longer a 5% commission on a winning Banker wager. Instead, a winning Banker hand having a three card total of seven (the Dragon 7) is a push.
A Banker win with a 3 card total of 7 is called a Dragon 7; and optional bets made on this wining outcome are paid 40 to 1. The Banker side is a "Push." All other bets lose.
A Player win with a 3 card total of 8 is called a Panda 8; and optional bets made on this wining outcome are paid 25 to 1. The Player side is paid even money. All other bets lose.
Midi Baccarat is a cross between Mini Baccarat and Baccarat. You experience the benefits of both games - but with a faster pace of play.
Bet the Set/Pair Square Blackjack
A simple side bet on blackjack that wins if first two cards are suited (10 x the side bet!) and if player has a suited pair as the first two cards the bet get paid 15 times the side bet amount.
The classic game in which the player tries to draw to 21, or closer to 21, than the dealer without going over (busting). Each player starts with two cards face up, then is allowed to hit (take another card) or stay (play that hand). The dealer starts with two cards as well, but one is face up and the other face down. Face cards (jack, queen, king) are worth 10, and aces are worth 1 or 11 (player choice). Receiving an ace and a 10 on your first two cards is the lucrative hand known as “blackjack.” Additional bets like “splitting” and “doubling down” are also available on certain hands.
Royal Match Blackjack
The Royal Match is a simple side bet on blackjack that pays a bonus if the first two cards are suited (an easy match which pays 2.5 times the side bet amount) and a top bonus for a suited king and queen (a Royal Match which pays 25 times the side bet amount!).
Possibly the most exciting game on the floor, Craps often draws the biggest crowds. The game appears complicated to the newcomer, but the premise is actually quite simple. Players wage money on the outcome of one roll, or a series of rolls, of two dice by the “shooter.” The game is played in rounds, and the first roll of each new round is called the “come-out roll.” An array of player bets is available both for the come-out roll, as well as each additional roll, with payouts dependent on the likelihood of each outcome.
Fortune Pai Gow
Pai Gow Poker was created using elements of the ancient Chinese game Pai Gow and the popular American game of Poker. To begin, each player receives seven cards. The object is for the player to create two poker hands out of the seven cards: a five-card poker hand and a two-card poker hand. To win, both the player’s high hand and the second hand must be higher than the bank hands to win. If only one hand is higher, the result is a tie. If both hands are lower, the player loses.
Four Card Poker
In this game, you play against the dealer. You receive five cards to make your best four-card poker hand and the dealer receives six cards to make his best four-card poker hand.
High Card Flush
High card Flush is the only non-blackjack table game to come along that is non-poker based. It is suits-based and requires no knowledge of poker to play. Flush: Compare your Flush to the paytable for great odds.*
Straight Flush: Win big with a Straight Flush. The larger the Straight Flush, the more you win!* Ante: Win when your Flush is higher than the Dealer, or if the Dealer doesn’t qualify. Raise: Make up to 3X your Ante wager, depending upon your Flush. The better your hand, the more you can wager! (Dealer must qualify to win).
*The Flush and Straight Flush wagers are independent of the outcome of the Ante and Raise.
Mississippi Stud is a five-card poker game that lets players bet up to 10 units on a single hand. In Mississippi Stud, players compete against a paytable, not against the dealer, and win if their hand is pair of jacks or better.
Progressive Three Card Poker
The same as three card poker but with an additional side bet of $1 which qualifies players for additional payouts up to the current progressive jackpot. Jackpot starts at $1,000 and increases every round until paid! Ace, king, queen of spades pays the top progressive award.
Perhaps the simplest table game of all. In Roulette, a croupier spins the wheel in one direction then places and spins a ball in the opposite direction. After a number of revolutions, the ball eventually falls into one of 38 slots. If the ball lands in a number or color where you placed a bet prior to the spin, you win.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em
Texas Hold'em Bonus incorporates the elements of Texas Hold'em Poker with the addition of a bonus option. Each player and the dealer are dealt two cards. Five community cards are displayed in the center of the table. Players use their two-card hand along with the five community cards to make the best possible five card poker hand. Unlike Texas Hold'em Poker, players are wagering their hand against the dealer hand.
Easy to learn and fun to play, Three-Card Poker has gained enormous popularity in casinos. The game actually consists of two games: Ante-and-Play (in which you play the dealer to see who has the highest hand) and PairPlus (in which you simply wager on whether or not you'll be dealt a pair or better).
For Ante-and-Play, the player places an “ante” (bet) before receiving his cards. The cards are then dealt, and the player can fold and lose the ante or raise by placing a bet of equal money to the ante. If he chooses to play, one of three things can happen. The first is that the dealer does not qualify (have a hand of queen high or better) and the ante is paid out even money while the play bet is returned to the player. If the dealer does qualify, the player wins if his hand ranks higher than the dealer’s, resulting in a payout of even money on the ante and the play bets. If the dealer has the higher hand, the dealer takes both the ante and the play bets.
21 + 3 combines two of the most basic casino table games: Blackjack and 3 Card Poker. After placing your wagers (a required Blackjack wager and an optional 21 + 3 wager), you will be dealt 2 cards face up. If you made the 21 + 3 wager, use your 2 cards plus the dealer’s up card to create your 3 card hand.
The payout table for the 3 card hand is as follows:
Straight Flush 9 to 1
Three of a Kind 9 to 1
Straight 9 to 1
Flush 9 to 1
Normal blackjack rules apply for the required Blackjack wager.