AN EXPLANATION OF THE MOST COMMON CASINO GAMES
A favorite of many. Player plays against
the dealer. The closest hand to twenty-one without going over is the winner. Aces count either one or eleven. You can split
any pairs. You can ouble-down on any two cards.
PAI GOW POKER
Poker with a Chinese 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 hands must beat the
dealer's hand 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 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
The traditional game of five-card or
seven-card stud or we can play just about any poker that the table can agree on.
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. The dealer deals a fourth card known
as the Turn, which is placed and another round of betting continuess. After the last card, the River, is placed, the last
round of betting takes place, with one winner taking the pot.
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"Pair
Plus" that has different bonus payouts for 3 card poker hands of one pair or better. Players may wager different amounts
on each game.
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.