Considered the quintessential Las Vegas casino game, Blackjack calls for all players to play against the dealer. Each player is dealt two cards. The dealer also gets two cards, one face up and one face down. The object is for the point value of your hand to beat that of the dealer’s without exceeding 21. If you go over 21, or “bust,” you lose. Each card takes its numerical value except face cards, which each count as 10. The Ace counts either as 1 or 11; it’s your choice.
While many view Craps as complicated, once you learn the basic "Pass" and "Don't Pass" bets, you can play comfortably and confidently. Please do not hesitate to ask your dealer to explain the different bets.
Play begins after all bets have been made and the dice are handed to one player chosen as "the shooter."The shooter continues throwing until a losing combination is rolled.
Baccarat (bah’-ca-rah) is one of the easiest games to learn, and offers some of the best odds in the casino. The game is played with eight decks shuffled together. The “player” and the “banker” each receive two cards, and the object is to achieve the point total closest to 9. You can either bet that the point total of the player’s hand will win, that the banker’s hand will win, or that their hands will tie.
Either hand may draw an additional card. Face cards and tens have no value. If the point total exceeds 9, the first digit is dropped. So 8 and 7 total 5, and 6 and 4 total 0. A tie bet pays 8 to 1. When the hands tie, all banker and player wagers “push” (neither win nor lose).
Derived from a French word meaning “small wheel,” Roulette is one of the most popular games in our casino. The roulette wheel features the numbers 1 through 36 in alternating red and black, and two green spaces including “0” and “00.” Players can be on a single number, a row or column of numbers, red or black, odd or even, or 1 through 18 or 19 through 36. Players place their chips on the betting layout. Betting continues until the dealer signals, “No more bets.” When the ball comes to rest on a number, all wagers are settled. Odds range from even money to 35 to 1.
Pai Gow Tiles
Pai Gow is played with tiles, similar to dominos. The object is to make two hands of two tiles each, with each totaling as close as possible to 9 points. However, a pair of matching tiles ranks higher than an unmatched pair totaling 9 or less.
Each player receives four tiles, and assembles them into a “high” hand 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. If the player and banker each win one hand, it’s a push. If the player and the banker tie on one hand, the hand with the higher-ranking tile wins.
Pai Gow Poker
This intriguing game combines elements from the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow and the American game of poker. The object of Pai Gow is to make the two best poker hands. Players use a traditional deck of 52 playing cards plus one joker. The joker must be used as an Ace or as a Wild Card to complete a Straight or a Flush.
Please do not hesitate to ask the dealer for help in setting your hands. Some of our Pai Gow Poker tables offer you the chance to win up to $75,000, by placing a side bet, or “Fortune Bonus” bet, on your 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. You place three equal bets, denoted 1, 2, and $ on the table. Then you receive three cards, with two community cards being dealt as the game progresses. You don’t play against the dealer, or the other players. You simply try to get a good poker hand by using your three cards and the dealer’s two community cards. Winners are paid according to the payout schedule.
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. Then each player and the dealer receive three cards. Players can then make either a “play” wager equal to the ante to stay in the hand, or fold and forfeit the ante. Both the ante and play bets are wagered against the dealer’s hand. The dealer’s hand plays with a Queen high or better.
Crazy "4" Poker & Texas Hold'em Bonus
These are two unique versions of Poker. Both games offer exciting variations of Poker. Our dealers and Floor Supervisors will be delighted to answer any questions on these games.