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Blackjack open

Must be 18 to play

Table Limit: Each table varies.

The objective is to draw cards that total 21 or closer to 21 than the Dealer. An Ace with any 10, Jack, Queen or King is a Blackjack. It is paid at one and one-half times the wager, unless the Dealer has a Blackjack, then it is a Push, and neither the Dealer nor the Player wins. If the Player does not have a Blackjack, they may indicate to the Dealer to hit them. This means to give the Player another card. The Player may draw as many cards as he wishes (one at a time) to improve his hand, but if he goes over 21, he is “busted” and loses his wager. If the Player does not want another hit, he must indicate with a hand signal that he would like to stay.

1. Players must use hand signals only (no verbal signals).
2. Players may double down on any first two cards.
3. Players may split any first two cards of equal value up to four hands.
4. Players may double down after split.
5. Players may split Aces only once and receive one card each.

Player may play more than one hand as follows:
1. Players must play twice the table minimum for two hands (on each hand), i.e., on a $5 game, both bets must be at least $10 per hand.
2. For three hands, it would be 5X the table minimum per hand, i.e., on a $5 game, each bet will be at least $25 per hand.
3. For more than three hands, the Dealer must get manager approval.

Craps open

Must be 18 to play

Table Limit: Each Table Varies

The Game Of Craps
Everyone at the Craps table gets a turn to roll the dice, but you don’t have to roll if you don’t want to. The dice are passed around the table clockwise, and when it’s your turn to roll the dice, you must first place a Pass Line Bet, then simply take two dice and roll them to the opposite end of the table. This is your first roll of the dice, which is called the Come Out Roll. If you roll a 7 or an 11, that’s called a Natural, and you win, plus you get to roll again. If you roll a 2, 3 or 12, those are called Craps, and you lose, but you still get to roll again. The only other possible numbers you can roll are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10, and if one of those numbers shows up, then that number becomes your Point, and the object of the game is to roll that number again before you roll a 7.

Pass Line Bet: This is a bet on the Come Out Roll that the Shooter will roll a 7 or an 11, or that the Shooter will roll a number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10) for a Point to be established and will re-roll that Point before rolling a 7.

Pass Line Odds: After a Point is established, a player betting on the Pass Line may make a bet in back of his Pass Line Bet and receive a payoff of True Odds on this additional money if the Pass Line wins.

Don’t Pass Line: This is a bet that the Shooter will not re-roll the Point that was established (7 excluded) or that the Shooter will roll a 2, 3 or 12 on the Come Out Roll.

Don’t Pass Line Odds: This involves betting a separate wager after the Point is established to increase a player’s wager. The Player places the money on the “come” and asks the Dealer to lay his odds.

Field Bet: The Field is a one-roll bet where a decision is made on every roll. The numbers in the Field are 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 and 12, and if one of these numbers are rolled, you win.

Come Bets: You may also establish another Point by placing a Come Bet. The Come Bet is placed in the “come” area of the layout and will be placed on the next rolled number. The rules that apply to the Come Out Roll also apply here.

Proposition Bets: These are one-roll bets. The payoff odds range from 8 for 1 up to 30 for 1. These bets are located in the middle of the table.

Place Bets: These bets are wagers placed directly on any of the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. These bets pay different odds depending on the number.

Roulette open

Must be 18 to play.

Table Limit: $3 – $25 on the inside numbers and $3 – $250 on the outside numbers

The Game of Roulette
There are 38 numbered slots on a Roulette Wheel, and the same number of corresponding spaces on the layout. The numbers are 0, 00 and 1 – 36. Players may bet on any one of the numbers they wish by placing their checks on the spaces that correspond to those numbers. Player may also bet on combinations of adjoining numbers. All of these bets are known as Inside Bets.

Outside Bets
These bets can be made in six areas and pay even money or 1 to 1 (Red or Black, Odd or Even and 1-18 or 19-36).

Column Bets
• 12 numbers
• Pays 2 to 1

Section Bets
• 12 numbers (in Dozens)
• 3 sections: First Dozen (1-12), Second Dozen (13-24), Third Dozen (25-36)
• Pays 2 to 1

Inside Bets
• 6 numbers (double street)
• Pays 5 to 1

Top Line Bet
• 5 numbers
• Pays 6 to 1

Corner Bet
• 4 numbers
• Pays 8 to 1

Three Numbers
• 3 numbers (straight across)
• Pays 11 to 1

Basket Bet
• 3 numbers (0, 00 and 2)
• Pays 11 to 1

Split Bet
• 2 numbers
• Pays 17 to 1

Straight Up Bet
• 1 number
• Pays 35 to 1

Spanish 21 open

Must be 18 to play


Table Limit: $5 – $100

Match The Dealer: $1 – $100

Spanish 21 is exactly like regular Blackjack with one difference: a player can bet that either or both of his first two cards will match the Dealer’s up card in rank by placing a bet in the “match the dealer” bet circle. All the 10-spot cards have been removed. The Kings, Queens and Jacks remain.

Player Blackjack: This always BEATS the Dealer’s Blackjack and pays 3/2.

Player Total of 21: This always BEATS the Dealer’s 21 and pays up to 3/1

Pair Splitting: Players may split cards of equal value, including Aces, creating up to four hands. Hitting and doubling of split hands, including Aces, is allowed.

Double Down: Players can double down once with two or more cards on any total, even after splitting. No bonuses on doubled hands.

Double Down Rescues: After doubling down, if a player is dissatisfied with his non-busted hand, he may rescue (take back) the doubled portioned of the bet and forfeit the original wager. Late surrender is allowed

Super Bonus: There is a jackpot of $1,000 paid to any player who has 7-7-7 of the same suit if the Dealer is also showing a 7(of any suit). When this occurs, all players at the table receive a bonus of $50. This option appeals to players who like the idea that a bad run can be dramatically turned around with a quick hit of luck.

Pai Gow open

Must be 18 to play

The ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow and traditional Poker combine to create this exciting game!

Table Limit: $10 – $250

Envy Bonus: $1 – $50

Max Payout: $50,000

Your best five cards qualify you for a bonus payout no matter how you set your hand. This is the game that lets everyone share in the profit when another player has the lucky hand!

1. English only until all hands are set.
2. Only the Dealer can help a player set their hand.
3. The 2-card hand must never rank higher than the 5-card hand.
4. The Dealer Bank will always set their hand the “house way.”
5. Players may elect to take the Bank and cover all action. The Casino will bank every other hand. In order to bank, a player must have played the previous hand against the Casino Bank.
6. A 5% commission is charged on the winning player’s bets. Player Bankers pay 5% on their net wins.

Each player is dealt seven cards with which he must make two hands based on Poker rankings: 1) a back hand of five cards and 2) a front hand of two cards. The 5- card hand must out rank the 2-card hand.

Each hand is paid, taken or pushed individually in the order in which the Dealer comes to each player. The Pai Gow Poker Wager is determined first, and then the Bonus Wager is qualified. Winning hands are paid immediately unless the hand qualifies for the Envy Bonus to the other players (4-of-a-kind or better). A Push or Loss with a qualifying Envy Bonus leaves the hand set up, and the losing wager is either locked up or pushed to the Player.

Our Table Games are open Sunday-Thursday from 10 am – 3 am, and Friday – Saturday from 10 am – 5 am.