Have a seat at one our table games and try your luck at games such as Blackjack, Three Card Poker, or Craps. With a variety of tables to choose from, you’re sure to have a great time. We bring excitement to the table! Whether you prefer the strategy of Blackjack, or the fast action of Craps you’ll find it here! We offer progressive jackpots for guests to win big! Guests can also enjoy cocktail service while interacting with our friendly dealers. We now offer electronic Blackjack & Roulette available whenever the casino is open!
We now offer electronic versions of our table games available 24 hours a day for our guests. Play our variety of electronic table games including:
If the traditional table games are full or are not your speed, grab a chair any time of day at our electronic table games to play at your pace.
Face cards (Jack, Queen and King) are worth 10. Cards 2 through 10 retain their face values. Aces are worth 1 or 11, depending on the hand. Any time an Ace can be used as either 1 or 11, it is called a soft hand. Any time an Ace must be used as 1, or it would force your hand to exceed 21, it is called a hard hand.
Players place a wager in their corresponding circle. The dealer then waves a hand over the table, closing all bets. Once the first card is placed on the table, all original bets must remain the same until the conclusion of the hand. Two cards are dealt face up to each player, and two cards (one face up, one face down) are placed in front of the dealer. The card dealt face down is known as the dealer hole card.
A hand of Ace and any 10-value card with the original two cards is called blackjack; it pays 3 to 2 (win $15 on a $10 bet).
Players can improve their hands by taking additional cards; this is known as hitting. If a player wants an additional card, they make a scratching motion behind or beside the betting area. A player may take cards until satisfied or until the hand exceeds 21—that is called a break. Once a player decides to stand (no more cards), a horizontal hand motion is made above their wager. Important note: Dealers are not allowed to take verbal commands when addressing hands; a hand signal over the table must be given by each player.
Once all players complete their hands, the dealer reveals the hole card, placing both cards face up. The dealer draws until a total of hard 17 or better is achieved. The dealer is required to hit a soft 17 or less regardless of players’ hand values. If the dealer breaks, all remaining hands win and are paid even money. If the dealer hits to a total of hard 17 or better, hands closer to 21 than the dealer win. Hands totaling less than the dealer lose. If the dealer and player have the same total, the result is a push: no one wins, no one loses. Important note: The player loses if the dealer has blackjack and the player has a total of 21, which is not blackjack.
If the dealer’s up-card is an Ace, players are offered insurance. Insurance is an additional wager betting that the dealer does indeed have blackjack. A player may wager up to half of the original bet by placing cheques on the Insurance Line. At this time, any player dealt blackjack can immediately be paid dollar for dollar on their wager by saying “even money,” regardless of the dealer hole card. The dealer then closes insurance with a hand signal and checks the hole card. If the dealer does indeed have blackjack, insurance pays 2 to 1, and the hand is over. If the dealer does not have blackjack, the insurance wager loses and the hand continues. Keep in mind…players are not allowed to touch the cards & suits are of no significance.
If a player’s first two cards are of equal value, the player has the option of splitting them to create two separate hands. When splitting, an additional wager equal to the original bet must be made, and a hand signal (two fingers spread apart) must be given to the dealer. The player will play the first hand until satisfied, give a stand hand signal, and then complete the second hand. When splitting Aces, the player receives only one card for each hand. Important note: When split results in a hand consisting of a 10-value card and Ace, the value now counts as 21 since blackjack is only possible on the two original cards.
A confident player may wish to double down by making an additional wager up to the amount of the original bet. Doubling down can be done on 10 or 11 only. A player taking this option receives only one more card for the hand. All other rules apply. And those are the basics of blackjack. Strategy cards are available. They’re easy to use, and they’re allowed at the tables.
The puck is the most important piece of equipment on the table—you’ll see it immediately. When in the OFF position, it indicates the next round is ready to begin. The next shooter takes the dice and rolls. If a 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12 is rolled, the round is over immediately. If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is rolled, that number becomes the point. The puck is then turned to ON and placed on the point. The shooter then continues to roll until a 7 is rolled. The round is then over, and a new shooter takes the dice.
One of the most popular in the Casino, this is a one-time bet that the next roll will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 or 12. The 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11 pay even money, and the 2 and 12 pay 2 to 1.
Betting with the dice. This bet should only be made when the puck is OFF. When the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the first throw (come-out roll), it is considered a natural and you win. When the shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12 on the come-out roll, it is craps and you lose. Any other number becomes the point. You win if the point repeats before a 7 is rolled, and your bet is removed if a 7 is rolled before you make your point. Place these bets in the area marked Pass Line on the layout.
Betting against the dice. This wager can only be made when the puck is OFF. You lose on a natural 7 or 11 and win on a 2 or 3. The number 12 is a push: nobody wins, nobody loses. Any other number becomes the point, and you win if 7 is rolled before the point is repeated. Your bet is removed if the point is made before a 7 is rolled. Place these bets in the area marked Don’t Pass Line.
Again, this is betting with the dice, except that Come Bets are made after the puck is ON. You win on a natural 7 or 11, and your bet is removed on craps—2, 3 or 12. Any other number becomes the come-point and you win if your come-point is made before a 7 is rolled. Place these bets in the area marked Come.
This is the reverse of betting the Come. You lose on a 7 or 11, and win on a 2 or 3; 12 is a push. If a 7 is rolled before your don't come-point is made, you win. If the don’t come-point is made before a 7 is rolled, you lose. Place these bets in the area marked Don’t Come.
Once the puck is ON, you may bet true odds-up to 3, 4 or 5 times your original bet-in addition to your flat (original) bet. The odds win if your flat bet wins, and your bet is removed if your flat bet loses. Payouts are determined by the number combinations on the dice. You are betting on the number of ways on the dice to lose; the house will pay out the difference:
You may take a Place Bet any time on any or all of the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. If the number on which you have made a Place Bet rolls before a 7, you win and are paid as follows:
Place your cheques in the Come area and tell the dealer on which number you want to bet. Place Bets can be removed at any time. These wagers do not win or lose when the puck is OFF.
Take note of the other possible bets on the table layout: proposition, horn, world and hard way. Payouts are included on the layout itself; Casino staff can provide you with further information.
Three card poker is one of the most requested games in the Casino today. It is a stud poker game using one deck of 52 cards. The table can accommodate seven players; each position has three spaces marked Ante, Play and Pair Plus directly in front of it. The player can bet the Ante, Pair Plus or both to begin the game. All bets must be a minimum of $5, but the Ante and Pair Plus bets do not have to be the same amount. Then, each player—and the dealer—will be dealt three cards face down.
The Ante is a bet against the dealer’s hand. After the player views his cards, he must decide if he believes his hand can beat the dealer’s. If so, he must make an additional wager equal to the Ante bet called the Play. The player’s cards are placed face-down in the box marked Play with the Play wager on top; this signifies that the player wishes to remain in the hand.
If the player does not believe his hand can beat the dealer’s, he should push his cards forward alongside his bet, signifying he does not wish to make the Play. The Ante wager is then taken in forfeit. Once all Play bets have been made, the dealer turns his hand. In order to qualify, the dealer must have a hand of queen-high or better. If the dealer does not qualify, there is a push on the Play: no one wins, no one loses. The Ante pays even money, or 1 to 1. If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer, the Play pays 1 to 1, and the Ante pays 1 to 1. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer beats the player, both the Ante and the Play lose. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer’s hand ties the player’s hand, there is a push on both the Ante and the Play. Additionally, the following hands are always paid on the Ante bet, regardless of the dealer’s hand. This is called the Ante Bonus:
|Straight (3 in a sequence unsuited)||1 to 1|
|Three of a Kind (3 of same kind)||4 to 1|
|Straight Flush (3 in a sequence suited)||5 to 1|
Did you know? A player can play “in the blind” by pushing the cards into the play box without looking at the hand dealt.
The Pair Plus is a bet on the hand value and does not play against the dealer. The Pair Plus will not be affected by the win or loss of the Ante and Play wagers. Therefore, the Pair Plus is paid or taken, whether or not the dealer qualifies. If the player is only betting on the Pair Plus, he places his cards face down in the Play area if he has a winning hand, or simply folds if the hand does not have a pair or higher.
The following hands are paid on Pair Plus bets:
|Pair (2 of same kind)||1 to 1|
|Flush (3 of same suit)||4 to 1|
|Straight (3 in sequence unsuited)||5 to 1|
|Three of a Kind (3 of same kind)||30 to 1|
|Straight Flush (3 in sequence suited)||40 to 1|
On any hand other than those described above, the Pair Plus bet loses.
The following bets or combination of bets may be made for each hand:
The order of Three Card Poker combinations is different than that of five-card poker games. The ranking of hands is as follows:
|A, K, Q spades||100%||$100|
|A, K, Q diamonds, hearts, clubs||$500||$25|
|Three of a Kind||$60|
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