Table Games & Basic Rules

Blackjack

The object is to have your cards total 21 or as near 21 as possible without going over. Everyone plays against the dealer (the House) who deals each player 2 cards and dealing the house one card face up and one face down.


Basic Rules

  • Cards are counted at their face value. Kings, Queens, and Jacks count as 10. Aces count as 1 or 11.
  • If your first two cards equal 21, you have Blackjack and you cannot lose but can tie if the dealer also has Blackjack.
  • If you don’t have Blackjack, signal the dealer to “Stand” or “Hit” (draw additional cards).
  • If your card count is closer to 21 than the dealer’s is, you win; if it is less, the house wins. If you tie with the dealer, you “Push” (nobody wins and nobody loses). If you should go over 21, you “Bust”, or immediately lose.
  • If the dealer “Busts”, they pay all the players still in the game.
Triple 7 Blazing Blackjack

Blazing 7’s is an exciting new optional blackjack progressive bet that wins based on how many 7’s the player receives in their hand. The more 7’s in your hand, the more you win.


Basic Rules

  • Begin each round by making a standard blackjack bet and the Blazing 7’s progressive bet
  • The dealer then follows the house procedures for blackjack
  • You win if at least one of your first two cards are a 7
  • You win more if both of your first two cards are 7’s
  • Payouts increase further if you hit your hand and the third card is also a 7
Buster Blackjack

A new side bet that allows players to win based on the number of cards in a dealer’s busted hand.


Basic Rules

  • Players may win both the blackjack bet and the Buster bet if the dealer busts. 
  • Players may lose their blackjack bet by busting their hand and still win their Buster bet if the dealer busts. 
  • The payout is based on the number of cards in the dealer’s busted hand. If the dealer busts with eight cards, players win the highest odds.
  • If all players’ hands bust, the dealer must still play out his hand according to house rules if any Buster bets have been made. 
  • If the dealer does not bust, all Buster bets lose. 
  • See pay table for odds based payouts.
Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean Stud Poker is based on Five-Card Stud Poker. Each player “Antes” with the option of playing for a progressive jackpot and receives five cards face down. The players then decide to either fold or to make an additional bet to play their hand against the dealers.


Basic Rules

  • Each player must make “Ante” wager plus an optional Progressive Jackpot sidebet.
  • Each player and dealer receives five cards. The dealer turns one card face up, with four down.
  • The player must then decide if they would like to bet or fold depending on the strength of their hand. A fold results in the loss of the “Ante”.
  • A bet to continue the hand must be two times the “Ante”.
  • The dealer then turns over their remaining four cards and arranges them into a poker hand requiring a minimum of Ace King to qualify.
  • If the dealer qualifies and beats the player, both “Ante” and raise will lose.
  • If the dealer qualifies and loses to the player’s hand, the “Ante” is paid even money with the bet paid according to the pay table.
  • In the event that the dealer does not qualify, “Ante” bets are paid even money with the bet wager pushing.
Casino War

To win the game, the rank of the player’s card must exceed the rank of the dealer’s card.


Basic Rules

  • At the beginning of the game, the player makes an initial wager.  Players may also make an optional bet on a tie.
  • One card is dealt to each player and one card to the dealer.
  • If the player’s card has a higher rank than the dealer’s card the guest’s initial wager wins even money, the tie bet will lose.
  • If the player’s card has a lower rank than the dealer’s card the player loses, the tie bet will lose.
  • If the player’s card is equal rank to the dealer’s card, the tie wager will be paid 10 to 1, and the player can surrender or go to war.
  • Three cards are burned for both the player and dealer and an additional card is dealt to both.  The highest ranking card wins the war.

Craps is a fast-paced game utilizing a pair of dice. Up to 16 players may have similar bets making this a very social game as well.


Basic Rules

  • One player, known as the “shooter,” throws the dice.
  • There are several types of wagers that can be made.  Some bets are decided on the next roll of the dice and others are decided when a specific number is rolled. Payouts vary based on the likelihood of rolling a certain number.
  • All wagers must be placed before the shooter rolls the dice.
Crazy 4 Poker

Crazy 4 Poker is another variation of poker where the player plays his or her hand against the dealer. The game utilizes four out of five cards to make a poker hand.


Basic Rules

  • Three initial bets are available to the player. The “Ante” and “Super Bonus” are mandatory while the 'Queens Up’ bet and the Progressive Jackpot sidebets are optional. Once the initial bets are placed, the players and dealer each receive five cards. Once the initial bets are placed, the players and dealer each receive five cards.
  • After reviewing their cards, the player must decide whether to fold or “Play”. The object is to make your best four card poker hand out of the five cards.
  • If the player does choose to play, they must place a wager equal to the “Ante”. If the player has a pair of Aces or higher, they may choose to play three times their “Ante”.
  • After all players have folded or continued to play their hand, the dealer reveals their hand comparing it to each player hand with the higher hand winning.
  • If the dealers hand is higher than the players hand, the “Ante” and “Play” bets lose. Equal hands will result in a push.
  • If the player’s hand is higher than the dealer’s hand, the “Ante” and “Play” bets are paid even money.
Flushes Gone Wild

Flushes Gone Wild features head-to-head play against the dealer, a Flush Rush bonus bet, and progressive.


Basic Rules

  • To begin the game, players make equal wagers on the Ante and Blind. Players may also make the Flush Rush Bonus bet and/or progressive wager.
  • The first packet of cards will be dispensed. This packet will be used for the community hand.
  • Each player and the dealer are dealt a packet of five cards.
  • Players look at their hands and have a choice:
    • Fold or stay in the game by making a Play bet of 2x their Ante.
    • The Flush Rush bonus wager (if played) is always in action. If the player folds, the dealer will pick up the players Ante and Blind wagers and tuck the cards face down under the Flush Rush bonus bet.
  • The dealer’s hand and the two community cards are then revealed.
  • If players win, their Ante and Play bets pay 1 to 1, and their Blind bet is resolved based on their margin of victory over the dealer. See below:
Win By Pays
5 Cards or more 200 to 1
4 Cards 25 to 1
3 Cards 5 to 1
2 Cards 3 to 1
0 or 1 Push
  • If players lose, their Ante, Play and Blind bets lose.
  • If players tie, their Ante, Play and Blind bets push.
  • Players win the Flush Rush bonus bet if they can make a four-card flush or better, even if they lose to the dealer. Sample paytable below:
Length of Flush Pays
7-Card Natural Flush 250 to 1
7- Card Wild Flush 100 to 1
6-Card Natural Flush 50 to 1
6-Card Wild Flush 10 to 1
5-Card Natural Flush 5 to 1
5- Card Wild Flush 3 to 1
4-Card Natural Flush 1 to 1
Fortune Progressive Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker is a card game variation of the tile based game of Pai Gow. It is played with a 53 card deck- a regular 52 card deck plus a joker and uses poker hands to determine a winner.


Basic Rules

  • A single 53 card deck is used consisting of the 52 regular cards plus a joker.
  • The joker maybe used as an Ace or to complete a straight, flush, straight flush or Royal flush.
  • Each player and the dealer are dealt seven cards which are then arranged into two hands.
  • One hand will contain five cards and is known as the high hand; the other hand will contain two cards and is the second highest hand.
  • In order to win, both player hands must beat the corresponding banker hand.
  • If only one of the players’ hands beats the banker then it is a push, in which case neither player nor the banker wins the bet.
  • If both the players’ hands are beaten by the banker, the player loses their wager.
Imperial Baccarat

Imperial Baccarat is very similar to playing either Mini or Midi Baccarat at the table. The dealer is dealing the game in front of you and you can watch the cards being dealt through the display on the betting terminal. Players place their wagers by touching the betting area on their terminals and have an opportunity to play up to four games at the same time.


Basic Rules

  • Insert the cash note into the machine and the total amount will show on the betting terminal.
  • Choose a Baccarat table from the monitor that you want to play on.
  • Prior to the cards being dealt, Players are given the opportunity to place a wager on “Player” or “Banker” by touching their betting terminals and also additional wagers may be placed on the Paradise Jackpot.
  • The Jackpot wager is independent of the game, although to participate in the Jackpot, player may not have to wager on “Player” or “Banker”.
  • Once the timer countdown to zero, the Dealer will deal the cards.
  • Once the result has been determined, all winning wagers will be paid automatically to your terminal and ready for the next game.
  • You may also place a wager on “Tie” and/or “Pairs”.
King’s Bounty Blackjack

King’s Bounty Blackjack is a blackjack side bet that pays when your first two cards total 20. The top award of 1,000 to 1 occurs when you have two kings of spades and the dealer has a blackjack.


Basic Rules

  • Players must make a blackjack wager in order to participate in the Kings’ Bounty side bet.
  • Players make the King’s Bounty side bet by betting in the marked area.
  • When each player and the dealer have two starting cards, the dealer settles King’s Bounty wagers.
  • Exception: If a player has two Kings of Spades and the dealer has a potential blackjack, the dealer will settle that bet at the end of the round.

Kings’ Bounty payouts below:

First Two Player Cards* Pays
2 Kings of Spades + Dealer BJ 1,000 to 1
2 Kings of Spades 100 to 1
2 Suited Kings 30 to 1
2 Suited Queens, Jacks or 10s 20 to 1
Suited 20 9 to 1
2 Kings 6 to 1
Unsuited 20 4 to 1
*Only highest winner paid
Let It Ride® Stud Poker®

Let It Ride® is a five card poker game that uses three cards dealt to the player and two community cards to make up their hand. They then have the chance to pull money back or Let It Ride® based on the strength of their hand.


Basic Rules

  • The player must make three bets of equal size with the option to bet the Progressive Jackpot sidebet.
  • The dealer then deals three cards to each player and two cards face down to be used as community cards to be used to complete a five card poker hand for each player.
  • After the players have looked at their initial three cards, they can then choose to let all three bets ride or pull one bet back.
  • The dealer will now reveal the value of one of the face down community cards. At this time, the player must again decide whether to let their bets ride or pull one back.
  • The dealer reveals the final community card and will now pay and take the remaining wagers based on the paytable.
  • Players win if their hand contains a minimum of a pair of 10's
Linked Progressive Jackpot

Place a $5 sidebet when you play Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, Let it Ride, or Ultimate Texas Hold'em for a chance to win big.


Basic Rules

  • The Linked Progressive Jackpot is an optional sidebet that is made by betting $5 using the electronic sidebet pad.
  • The progressive jackpot is paid when the player hits a Royal Flush with 10% of the meter being out for a Straight Flush.
  • Players are also paid an “envy” bonus if they are playing the progressive and another player wins a metered jackpot.
Lucky 6 Baccarat

Basic Rules

 


HAND TOTALS:

  • All cards from 2 to 9 are counted at face value and an Ace is counted as 1.
  • Picture cards (King, Queen and Jack) and tens have a value of 0.
  • Any combinations totalling 10 will also count as 0.
  • A ‘Natural’ is when the first two cards dealt to either the Player or Banker equals 8 or 9.
  • When a ‘Natural’ is drawn to either hand, no further cards are dealt.
  • After the initial two cards have been dealt, if required, the Dealer will draw one additional card to either hand according to the Table of play.

 PAYOUTS: 

  • Winning Player bets are paid even money.
  • Winning Banker bets are paid even money or at odds of 1 to 2 if winning with a point total of 6 on the Banker.
  • A wager on ‘Tie’ shall win if the point totals of the Player’s Hand and the Banker’s Hand are the same. Winning Tie bets are paid 9 for 1.
  • A wager on ‘Pair’ shall win if the first two cards of the Player or the Banker’s hand form a Pair. (Example two 9’s or two Q’s). Winning Pair bets are paid 12 for 1.
  • Winning Lucky 6 bets are paid 13 for 1 when Banker wins on Six with 2 cards and 21 for 1 when Banker wins on Six with 3 cards.
Mini/Midi Baccarat

The object of the game is to bet which of two hands, the Banker or the Player, will come closest to nine.


Basic Rules

  • Cards are counted at their face value. Kings, Queens, and Jacks count as 10. Aces count as 1 or 11.
  • If your first two cards equal 21, you have Blackjack and you cannot lose but can tie if the dealer also has Blackjack.
  • If you don’t have Blackjack, signal the dealer to “Stand” or “Hit” (draw additional cards).
  • If your card count is closer to 21 than the dealer’s is, you win; if it is less, the house wins. If you tie with the dealer, you “Push” (nobody wins and nobody loses). If you should go over 21, you “Bust”, or immediately lose.
  • If the dealer “Busts”, they pay all the players still in the game.
Mississippi Stud

Mississippi Stud® progressive is a five-card poker game where you compete against a paytable, not against the dealer, and you win if your hand is a pair of jacks or better. The top payout is 500 to 1 for a royal flush – and it pays on all bets. Mississippi Stud progressive also features a progressive bet that pays up to 100% of the jackpot.


Basic Rules


GETTING STARTED
Make an ante bet to receive your first two cards. You may also make the progressive and Three-card Bonus side bets. The dealer will place three community cards face down in the middle of the layout.


PLAY OR FOLD
At this point, you may either fold or make the 3rd Street bet of 1x to 3x your ante. The dealer then reveals the first community card. Once you see the first community card, you have a choice: fold or make the 4th Street bet of 1x to 3x your ante. The dealer then reveals the second community card. Once again, you can fold or stay in the game by making the 5th Street bet of 1x to 3x your ante. Note: When you fold, you forfeit all bets left in action. The Three-card Bonus wager remains in action until the three community cards are exposed, and your progressive wager is eligible for envy payouts.


WINNING AND LOSING
After the dealer turns over the final community card, all remaining wagers are resolved. You win if your five-card hand is a pair of jacks or better (pairs of 6s-10s push). See paytable for odds.The progressive bet qualifies you for payouts from the progressive jackpot. See paytable for odds. Folded hands do not qualify for payouts on the progressive wager. The top hands trigger envy bonuses. See paytable for payouts. You can win multiple envy bonuses in a round, but you cannot receive an envy bonus for your own hand.


THREE-CARD BONUS
You may make the Three-card Bonus bet in addition to your standard Mississippi Stud wager and progressive wager. You may bet more on this bonus than on the base game wagers. If the three community cards contain a pair or better, your Three-card Bonus bet wins. See posted paytable.

No-Commission Baccarat

The object of the game is to bet which of two hands, the Banker or the Player, will come closest to nine.


Basic Rules

  • Ten value cards have zero value. Aces always equal one. If cards dealt total more than nine, they acquire the value of the second digit. For example, a total of seventeen would be equal to a total of seven.
  • The dealer deals four cards alternately, two to the Banker and two to the Player.
  • The dealer announces the total for each, and calls for a third card if necessary.
  • Losing bets are collected; winning bets are paid even money.
  • There are 2 exceptions to traditional Baccarat.
    • Winning Banker hands are not charged a 5% commission.
    • Bankers wins on 6 pays 50%.
  • Players may also bet that the hands will result in a tie or that the cards dealt to either the Player or the Banker will be a pair (the same).
Pai Gow Tiles

This is a game of Chinese dominoes. The name Pai Gow translates to “to make nine,” which hints at the object of the game.


Basic Rules

  • If you don’t like your cards, you may “Surrender”.
  • You may rescue your double down bet with “Double Down Rescue”.
  • Player's multiple card 21 wins automatically.
  • Player's blackjack beats a dealer’s blackjack.
  • You can double down on any number of cards.
  • Double Down after splitting is allowed
  • You can split Aces and Double Down after splitting.
Repeater Bets

Repeater Bets is a side bet offered on a Crap table, wagers can be made on any number not being tracked. Top payout of 90-for-1.


Basic Rules

  • Repeater Bets is a set of bets that involve making wagers on the sequential outcomes of dice rolls. Players may make the “Repeater Bets” side wager at anytime if the number chosen has not been marked.
  • Pick a number(s) between 2 and 12. The object of the game is to roll the number(s) chosen a predetermined number of times, sequentially or not, before a seven is rolled. The game ends once the wagered value(s) is recorded a certain number of times or a seven is rolled. 
  • The player is paid as reflected in the Paytable below, whereas the bet is lost if the latter occurs.
  •  Repeater Bets lose if seven (7) is rolled. 
  • Repeater Bets cannot be called off or taken down.


PAYTABLE


Bet
Pay (for 1)
Repeating
Repeating
“2”
“12”
2x
2x
40
40
Repeating
Repeating
“3”
“11”
3x
3x
50
50
Repeating
Repeating
“4”
“10”
4x
4x
65
65
Repeating
Repeating
“5”
“9”
5x
5x
80
80
Repeating
Repeating
“6”
“8”
6x
6x
90
90
Roulette

Large payoffs are possible for small wagers, which attract the interest of both experts and beginners. Each spin of the wheel provides a multitude of options for the player.


Basic Rules

  • Players may place bets on single numbers or numerous combinations including rows of numbers, adjacent numbers, colors, and odd or even numbers. The exact placement of the chips determines the bet made.

Sic Bo is also know as Tai Sai and is an ancient Chinese game played with 3 dice in a sealed container. You predict the numbers on the dice after they have been mechanically shaken.


Basic Rules

  • All bets are made with Gaming Chips which can be purchased from the gaming tables.
  • After the dice have been tumbled, you may place your bets. Bet on what you think will be showing face up on the dice when they are uncovered.
  • The Dealer calls “No more bets” and removes the cover of the dome.
  • After announcing the result, the table is lit up so that you can see the winning bets and odds.
  • The dealer shall remove all losing bets and pay winning bets at the odds displayed.
Spanish 21

The object is to have your cards total 21 or as near 21 as possible without going over. Everyone plays against the dealer (the House) who deals each player 2 cards and dealing the house one card face up and one face down.


Basic Rules

  • If you don’t like your cards, you may “Surrender”.
  • You may rescue your double down bet with “Double Down Rescue”.
  • Player's multiple card 21 wins automatically.
  • Player's blackjack beats a dealer’s blackjack.
  • You can double down on any number of cards.
  • Double Down after splitting is allowed
  • You can split Aces and Double Down after splitting.

Sic Bo is also know as Tai Sai and is an ancient Chinese game played with 3 dice in a sealed container. You predict the numbers on the dice after they have been mechanically shaken.


Basic Rules

  • All bets are made with Gaming Chips which can be purchased from the gaming tables.
  • After the dice have been tumbled, you may place your bets. Bet on what you think will be showing face up on the dice when they are uncovered.
  • The Dealer calls “No more bets” and removes the cover of the dome.
  • After announcing the result, the table is lit up so that you can see the winning bets and odds.
  • The dealer shall remove all losing bets and pay winning bets at the odds displayed.
Three Card Poker

This game is the three-card variation of poker. Simply beat the dealers hand and get paid. The player may also make optional sidebets to win big.


Basic Rules

  • Each player must make an “Ante” wager in order to play. Optional bets such as “Pairs Plus” and a Progressive Jackpot bet may be made.
  • Each player and the dealer are dealt three cards face down.
  • The player will review their hand and must decide whether to fold or “Play”.
  • In order to “Play”, the player must place a bet of equal value to the “Ante”.
  • After all players have folded or continued to play their hand, the dealer reveals their hand comparing it to each player hand with the higher hand winning.
  • If the dealer has a higher value hand, both the “Ante” and Play bet lose. If the player and dealer tie, the “Ante” and Play bets will push.
  • If the player has the higher value hand, the “Play” will be paid even money and the “Ante” will be paid at even money or at odds depending on the strength of the hand.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em

Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em is based on the same game found in poker rooms the world over. Play your hand against the dealers and remember, the earlier you raise, the more you get paid.


Basic Rules

  • The player must make an equal wager on the “Ante” and Blind. An optional bet called “Trips” is also available as is the Progressive Jackpot sidebet.
  • Two cards are dealt face down to each player and the dealer.
  • After reviewing their cards, the player must decide whether to “Check” or make a “Play” bet equal to three or four times the “Ante”.
  • The dealer then turns over three community cards. If the player previously checked, they may make a Play bet equal to two times their “Ante”. If the player already made a “Play” bet, they may not make any additional bets. They may also “Check” again.
  • The dealer then turns over the final two community cards.
  • If the player checked in both rounds previously, they must make a “Play” bet equal to the “Ante” or fold losing their 'Blind' and “Ante”.
  • The player and dealer will make their best hand using a combination of their two cards and the five community cards. The dealer needs at least a pair to open.
  • Pay offs for winning hands are made according to a pay table.

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

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