Casino Games

We offer over ten different Las Vegas style casino games, so we are sure to supply your guests’ favorite one. For those games you may not be so familiar with, below is a little description of either:

Black Jack:  Also known as “21”, Black Jack is one of the most popular casino games because of its simplicity – beat the dealer’s hand without going over 21 and you win! Want to be a dealer? Ask us about our Celebrity table.

Craps:  Craps is the most exciting and often the loudest of all casino games. Offering an assortment of bets and odds, players and gazers alike share in the excitement of each roll of the dice and the chance to win BIG! It’s perfect for beginners because our dealers will teach you the basics and its play money anyhow!

Texas Shootout: Similar to the ever popular Texas Hold ‘Em! Except you can come and go as you please from the game because instead of playing against other players you are only trying to beat the dealers’ best hand.

Texas Hold ‘Em: The most popular of the community card poker games, using forced antes, or “blinds”, Texas Hold ‘Em is a fast paced, fun poker game, suitable as an addition to any caisno, or as a stand alone Texas Hold ‘Em tournament. Great for Fundraisers!

Texas Hold ‘Em Plus: Puts each player in a heads up game of Texas Hold ‘Em against the dealer. More similar to the traditional Texas Hold ‘Em game than Texas Shoot Out, players are allowed to raise, as community cards are revealed.

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Roulette: If you like numbers and spinning wheels, you’ll love Roulette. Place your bet on a color or any combination of numbers as the ball rolls round and round, then wait to see if Lady Luck falls on your side.

Red Dog: What’s a Red Dog doing in a casino game you ask? Simply marking the spread between cards dealt. An Atlantic City favorite, Red Dog is similar to “Acey-Deucey” or “In-Between”.

South Seas Poker: Based on the five card stud poker game, the player competes against the house and the option of playing for a progressive jackpot. You win if the dealer does not have an ace, a king or better!

Double Hand Poker: Not as fast paced as Craps or even Black Jack but you also can’t lose an outrageous amount of money. You win if your highest and second highest hands are higher in rank than those of the dealer.

Casino Battle: Remember playing this as a youngster? This is just like that! Players bet their card will be higher than the dealer’s. If both are the same, the dealer and player “go to war”.

Poker Grand Prix: “Let it ride” is that favorite phrase leading you to riches…or not! Players make three wagers with each three-card hand. This is a poker game where the player depends as much on luck as skill.

High-Low or Over-Under Seven: A dice game at its easiest and it offers quick payoffs as you guess if the roll of the dice will total above, below, or on the number seven.

Big-Six Wheel: Also known as the Wheel of Fortune, but without Vanna White! This wheel is reminiscent of the old carnival wheel that spins round and round and where it stops, nobody knows.

Spanish 21: Have you ever been told, “you can’t do that”, in Black Jack? Well then Spanish 21 is the game for you. Don’t like the original two cards dealt to you? We’ll give  you half your money back. Want to double down after more than one card? Go for it! We have even taken out all the 10’s from the shoe and added a few extra bonuses to offset the house advantage.

Royal Marriage: Another modified version of Black Jack – it is dealt essentially the same as Black Jack with an added, optional, bonus bet. The bonus bet can win in four ways: If your first two cards are the same suite, if you are dealt a natural blackjack of the same suit, if your first two cards are a suited king and queen (a Royal Marriage), or if both the player and dealer have a Royal Marriage.

Easy-Over-Under: Looking for a fun, exciting game that requires no complicated strategy to learn, and that your individual play does not affect the outcome of other player? EOU is a simple game using cards and dice. During each hand the dealer will roll two dice and mark the result on a number grid. Then, each player is dealt one card. All wagers win or lose by comparing your card value to the roll of  the dice.