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Featuring:

  • Blackjack
  • Craps
  • Baccarat
  • Pai-Gow
  • Progressive 3-Card Poker
  • Ultimate Texas Hold’em Poker
  • Let it Ride
  • Big 6


Blackjack
Considered the quintessential casino game, blackjack pits all players against the dealer. The object of the game is to have the two cards in your hand add up to more than the two cards in the dealer’s hand – without exceeding 21. If you go over 21, you lose. Each number card is worth its numerical value, face cards are worth 10 and an ace is worth 1 or 11.

Baccarat
Baccarat (bah’-ca-rah) is one of the easiest games to learn and offers some of the best odds in the casino. The “player” and the “banker” each receive two cards with the object being to get a point total closest to 9. Just remember, face cards and tens have no value.

Craps
Craps is a fast-paced, action-packed game utilizing a pair of dice. Once players place their bets, one player known as the "shooter" throws the dice. All wagers must be placed before the shooter throws the dice. The dice are passed to another "shooter" when the shooter “7 outs”.

Pai Gow Tiles
Pai Gow is played with tiles that are similar to dominoes. The object is to make two hands of two tiles each, with each totaling as close as possible to 9 points.
Each player receives four tiles and assembles them into a “high” and a “low” hand. To win, a player’s high hand must beat the banker’s high hand, and the player’s low hand must beat the banker’s low hand.

Let It Ride Poker
Based on the classic game of Five Card Stud, Let It Ride lets you control two of three bets made on the game. Players place three equal bets on the table, then receive three cards, with two community cards being dealt as the game progresses. Instead of playing against the dealer or other players, you simply try to get a good poker hand by using your three cards and the two community cards.

Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is two games in one, offering three ways to bet and fours ways to win. Players first make an ante bet and then each player and the dealer receive three cards. Players then make additional wagers or fold and forfeit the ante.