People playing table games at the casino

How To Play

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.

Getting Started
Make an ante bet to receive your first two cards. You may also make the optional progressive and 3 Card Bonus side bet. 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 4thStreet 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 3 Card Bonus wager remains in action until the three community cards are exposed.

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).
The optional progressive bet qualifies you for part or all of the incrementing jackpot. Folded hands do not qualify for payouts on the progressive wager.

The top hands trigger envy bonuses. You can win multiple envy bonuses in a round, but you cannot receive and envy bonus for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.

3 Card Bonus Optional Side Bet
You may make the optional 3 Card Bonus bet in addition to your standard Mississippi Stud wager and optional progressive wager. If the three community cards contain a pair or better, your 3 Card Bonus bet wins.

 

Let It Ride®

Let it Ride® progressive is a five-card poker game where you compete against a paytable, not against the dealer or other players. If your five-card hand is a pair of 10s or better, you win. Let it Ride® progressive also features a 3 Card Bonus side bet and an optional progressive bet.

Getting Started
To play, make three equal bets as indicated on the layout. You may also make the optional 3 Card Bonus and progressive bets. You will then receive three cards. The dealer will place two community cards face down in front of the chip tray. These cards will be combined with your three cards to make a five-card poker hand.

Decision Time
After looking at your cards, you have a choice: remove your first bet or let it stand. The dealer will then reveal the first community card. Again, you have a choice: remove your second bet or let it stand. The dealer will then reveal the second community card. If you have a pair of 10s or better, all bets left in action win according to the paytable. If you have less than a pair of 10s, all bets left in action lose.

3 Card Bonus
The 3 Card Bonus bet wins if your first three cards contain a pair or better. See the posted paytable for odds.

Progressive Payouts
The optional progressive bet qualifies you for part or all of the incrementing 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 or the dealer’s hand.

 

Four Card Poker®

In Four Card Poker Progressive®, you receive five cards to make your best four-card poker hand, and the dealer receives six cards to make his/her best four-card poker hand.

Player vs. Dealer
Bet on the required ante spot to play against the dealer’s hand. The best four-card poker hand wins, and the player wins ties. If you bet on the ante wager and want to stay in the game after viewing your cards, you must make a play wager. The play wager has to be at least equal to the ante but may be up to three times the ante. It’s your four-card poker hand against the dealer’s four-card poker hand, and the best hand wins! The ante and play bets pay even money.

Automatic Bonuses
The top three hands in the game (four-of-a-kind, straight flush and three-of-kind) receive an automatic bonus payout on the ante bet. See table for odds. Automatic bonuses are paid even if the dealer has a better four-card hand.

Aces Up
Bet on the Aces Up® spot and win when you’re dealt a pair of aces or better. The Aces Up® bonus is always paid even if the dealer has a better hand.

Bad Beat Bonus
You have two ways to win if you are involved in a bad beat with the dealer. The first is by losing with a two pair or better and the second is by beating the dealer’s hand of a two pair or better.

Progressive Payouts
Progressive winners are determined from all five cards dealt to the player. The optional $1 progressive bet wins if you have Three-of-a-Kind or better. The top award – 100% of the jackpot – pays when you have a Royal Flush. A Straight Flush pays 10% of the jackpot. Folded hands do not qualify for payouts on the progressive wager.

The top two hands trigger Envy Bonuses. You win if any other player gets a Royal Flush or Straight Flush. You can win multiple Envy Bonuses in a round, but you cannot win Envy Bonuses for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.

 

Texas Hold'em Bonus®

Texas Hold’em Bonus® progressive pits you against the dealer in heads-up hands. If your ending five-card poker hand is higher than the dealer’s, you win regardless of whether other players have a higher hand than yours.

Getting Started
To play, you must make the ante wager. You may also place a bonus wager and a $1 progressive wager. You will then receive two cards.

Playing the Game
Once you receive your two hole cards, you can either fold or bet 2x your ante. Once the dealer reveals the three-card flop, you have a choice; check or place a bet equal to your ante. The dealer will then reveal the fourth community card and you will again have the option to check or place a bet equal to your ante. Finally, the fifth community card is revealed. No more bets are accepted and the dealer turns over all cards and makes the best five-card hand.

Winning and Losing
The dealer reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If your hand is higher than the dealer’s hand, you win even money on all bets. The ante also wins 1 to 1 if your hand contains a straight or better. If you lose, the dealer takes all your bets.

Bonus Wager
If you made a bonus wager, your two-card hand wins if you have a pair or an Ace and a face card. You do not need to win in the base game to be paid on the bonus wager.

Progressive Payouts
Progressive winners are determined from the player’s two cards, and the first 3 community cards(the flop). The optional progressive bet qualifies you for part or all of the incrementing 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 or the dealer’s hand.

 

Three Card Poker™

Three Card Poker™ progressive is an exciting stud poker game. You may bet against the dealer, bet on the value of your own three-card hand, or bet both. Bonus payouts may be had for certain hands when wagering against the dealer.

Pair Plus
Plus side bets lets you bet against your own hand. If your hand contains a pair or better, you win!

Ante
Ante lets you play against the dealer’s hand. It’s just your cards against the dealer’s. If you make an ante bet and like your hand you must place an equal wager on the play spot. It’s your hand against the dealer’s poker hand, and the best hand wins!’

To Play Both
It’s you and your cards for a pair or better and it’s you against the dealer for the best poker hand. You must also make the play wager or you will forfeit the ante wager.

Ante Bonus
If you make the ante and play wagers, you may win a bonus payout even if the dealer doesn’t qualify, and even if the dealer’s hand beats your hand.

Progressive Payouts
The optional $1 progressive bet wins if you have either a straight or a three-of-a-kind, depending on the paytable. If you receive an ace-king-queen of spades you win 100% of the progressive jackpot. AKQ of any other suit wins $500.

Envy Bonuses
Top pays trigger envy bonuses. You can win multiple envy bonuses in a round, but you cannot win envy bonuses for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.

 

Blackjack

In the game of Blackjack, each Player’s wager is a bet against the Dealer’s hand. The object of this card game is to have a point value of the cards dealt to you exceed the point value of the Dealer’s hand without going over 21. If you draw cards that total more than 21, your hand breaks and you lose.

The Play
The Dealer starts the game by dealing two cards face up to each Player. The Dealer takes one card face up. The Dealer’s second card is dealt face down and placed beneath the first card. All cards are dealt from a dealing “shoe”. Each card assumes face value.

Kings, Queens, and Jacks count as 10. The Ace counts either as 1 or 11. For the dealer, the ace is also considered as either 1 or 11. If you feel you need additional cards to beat the Dealer, you will make a clear hand signal for additional cards until you decide to stand. You must gesture the stand by waving your hand over your cards. The Dealer must draw on any point total of 16 or less and must stand on any point total of 17 or more. If a Dealer’s point total exceeds 21, the dealer breaks and all Players win who have a point total of 21 or less. Otherwise, the Dealer pays all hands that exceed the Dealer’s point total, takes all bets that are less and leaves all bets that equal the Dealer’s point total (called “pushes”). All winning bets are paid even money.

If your first two cards total 21, you have Blackjack. Blackjack pays 3 to 2. You will be paid at this time if the Dealer does not have an Ace or a ten-value card as a face up card. If the Dealer has a 10-value card, the Dealer will check the hole card for an Ace. If the Dealer has Blackjack the hand is a Push. If the Dealer’s face up card is an Ace, insurance will be offered and players with a Blackjack can request even money for their wager.

Splitting Pairs
If your first two cards have the same numerical value, you may split them into two hands provided the bet on the second hand equals the original bet. Only after the first hand is played and completed may you act on the second hand. You may double down on these hands. Pairs may be re-split 2 times for a total of 3 hands. Also, if the split pair is Aces, you are limited to a one-card draw on each hand, face cards drawn on aces count solely as 21 and not as Blackjack.

Doubling Down
After receiving the first two cards, except for Blackjack, or the first two cards of any split pair or a point count of 21 in two cards, you may elect to wager an additional amount not to exceed the value of the original bet. In any Double Down, you draw only one additional card.

Insurance
If the Dealer’s first card is an Ace, you may take insurance after the initial two cards are dealt to all Players and the Dealer. The insurance bet is a wager that the Dealer will get Blackjack. The insurance wager cannot be greater than one-half of the original bet. Insurance pays 2 to 1 if the Dealer has a Blackjack, but loses in all other instances.

 

Spanish 21

Spanish 21 is a variation of Blackjack combining the excitement of a regular BJ game and the multiple pay offs of a slot machine. A “Spanish Deck” is a standard deck of cards with the 10’s removed.

Rules

  •  All cards count as face value except Kings, Queens and Jacks always count as 10.
  • A player’s Blackjack “Always Beats” a dealer’s Blackjack and is paid 3 to 2 odds.
  •  In addition to a regular bet. A player may place a side bet on the possibility that either of his/her first two cards will match exactly the up card that the dealer deals to themselves first.

Splitting Pairs
A player may split cards of equal value including Aces up to three times creating four hands. When splitting Aces, they are treated as any other card. Hitting and doubling down of split hands including Aces are allowed.

Doubling Down
A player may double down once on 2 or more cards, including doubling after splitting, The dealer will not pay bonuses on doubled down hands.

Double Down Rescue
A player, after doubling down, may choose to RESCUE (take back) the double down portion of the bet and forfeit the original bet. Double downs that exceed 21 or break the hand may not be rescued.

Late Surrender
A player may surrender on their first two original cards. Surrender allows a player to forfeit half his/her wager and drop from the hand. However a player may not surrender against a dealer’s Blackjack.

Super Bonus (7-7-7) +envy bonus
The dealer will pay a bonus when the dealer’s up-card is a seven (7) and a player has three (3) SUITED SEVENS. The Super Bonus requires no special side bet and is automatic.

 

Craps

Craps is one of the most exciting and fast paced games in the casino. It has some of the best odds in the casino. All of our dealers and floors will be happy to explain the game in detail.

Come Out Roll
This is the first roll of a new shooter. The shooter is looking to make a point, the next roll of the dice determines what the point will be. If he or she rolls 4,5,6,8,9,10 they have to roll that again to win money. If they roll a 7 before the point they will lose, after the come out roll only a 7 will take your bets. All other numbers will not cause you to lose.

Pass Line Bet
A Pass Line Bet is made prior to the come out roll of the dice. It says you are betting with the shooter to make whatever point is established before a 7 is rolled. You are allowed to place up to 10x odds on your pass line bet. $10 pass line bet up to $100 odds. Come out roll wins on a 7 or 11, loses on a 2, 3, or 12.

Don’t Pass
A Don’t Pass wager is made prior to the come out roll. It says the shooter will roll a 7 before rolling the point that was established. On the come out roll 7,11 loses, 2,3 wins 12 is a push.

Proposition Bets
You are able to bet the Hard Way in the center of the table. Hard Ways have to roll as shown, Hard 8 (4,4) Hard 6 (3,3) pays 9 to 1. Hard 4 (2,2) and Hard 10 (5,5) pays 7 to 1. These bets stay up until they roll easy, Hard 6 comes down when a 4,2 or 5,1 for example rolls or a 7 is rolled. Twelve rolled 6,6 pays 30 to 1, Aces 1,1, 30 to 1. Eleven (Yo) 5,6 or Ace Deuce (A,2) pay 15 to 1. These are one roll bets and will win or lose on the very next roll, if they win they stay up. If they lose they come straight down.

Come Bets
Come bets are made after the come out roll, a wager is placed in the Come and moved to the next number rolled. Odds up to 10x the bet are allowed. These are the best true odds in the casino. Odds on a 4 or 10 when rolled again are 2 to 1. 5 or 9 are rolled are 3 to 2 and on the 6 or 8 the odds are 6 to 5.

Don’t Come Bets
Don’t Come Bets are made by placing a wager in the DC. When a number is rolled they are placed behind the number. You are betting that the number will not roll again before a 7. You may place odds on these bets as well but the odds are reversed. On the 4 or 10 you Lay 2 to win 1, on the 5 or 9 you Lay 3 to win 2. On the 6 or 8 you Lay 6 to win 5.

Field Bets
The field is a one roll bet that 2,3,4,9,10,11 will come on the next roll of the dice. These bets pay even money except the 2 and 12 which pay 2 to 1.

Back to Top