Table Games

Our view on Vegas-style gaming is the same as yours: Action-packed and exciting! We offer a full range of the best table games that offer plenty of ways to win big. It’s time you get off the sidelines and into the game!

DRAGON BONUS BACCARAT

Dragon Bonus is a baccarat side bet that pays 30-1 when the bank or player win nine to nothing. Also offered if the Fortune 7 side bet that plays 40 to 1 when the bank wins with a three card 7..

BLACKJACK

Blackjack, or "21," is the most popular casino game. One of the biggest reasons blackjack’s popular is the fact that it's a simple contest between you and the dealer. Your goal as a player is to beat the dealer. The dealer deals each of you two cards – one face up and the other face down. Each card is worth its face value. Face cards are worth 10 points each. You get to decide the value of an Ace – each Ace can be worth one point or 11 points. Based on the value of the cards in your hand, you decide each round whether to hit (get another card) or stay (stick with the cards you have). The winner of the hand is the person whose cards add up to the number closest to 21 without going over (if you go over, you bust).

CRAPS

It's easy to find a dice table – just following all the cheering! Craps is one of the most exciting casino games because there are so many ways to win! The game can be a bit intimidating since it appears that there is so much to remember, but don't hesitate to belly up to the table. Our dealers are happy to help you learn the rules and lingo. It's really quite a simple game to play.

ROULETTE

Combine a spinning wheel, fast-paced action and an exchange of chips, and you've got one of the most popular table games on the floor – roulette! Place your chips on one of the numbers on the table. The dealer spins the wheel and then drops the ball onto the wheel as it spins. If the ball lands on the number you placed your chips on, you win!

MISSISSIPPI STUD POKER

Each player makes an ante bet and is dealt two cards, face down. These cards are supposed to be kept secret from other players because it really helps make decisions if you see your own cards in other players hands (you are likely to fold). After this, the dealer places three community cards face down on the layout and players decide whether to continue playing or fold their hand.

After looking at their cards, players may fold and wait for the next hand to be dealt, or they can make a wager in the first circle marked "3rd Street." This bet may be 1x, 2x,or 3x the ante bet. The dealer will then expose the first community card.

After seeing the first new card each player will again have a chance to fold and lose all their wagers, or place a bet of 1x, 2x, or 3x their ante bet in the "4th Street" circle, regardless of what they wagered on the first spot. The dealer will then expose the second community card.

After seeing the second new card each player will have a final chance to fold and lose all their wagers, or place a bet of 1x, 2x, or 3x their ante bet in the "5th Street" circle. At this point all wagering is finished for this hand and the dealer will expose the third and final community car.

If the player has a final 5-card hand of at least a pair of 6's, they will not lose. A pair of 6's through 10's is a push and the player keeps all their wagers and begins the next hand with an ante bet. Higher 5-card hands have higher payoffs.