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This is a classic game in which the player tries to draw to 21, or closer to 21, than the dealer, without going over (busting). Each player is dealt two cards face up, and then is allowed to hit (take another card) or stay (play that hand). The dealer starts with two cards as well, but one is face up and the other face down. Face cards (Jack, Queen, King) are worth 10, and Aces are worth 1 or 11 (player’s choice). Receiving an Ace and a 10 on your first two cards is the lucrative hand known as “blackjack.” Additional bets like “splitting” and “doubling down” are also available on certain hands.
Perfect Pairs Blackjack
A Perfect Pairs wager is a bet that wins if the first two cards dealt to a hand are a pair. It wins with any pair, regardless of rank or suit; however, the payout odds vary depending upon which type of pair it is. A Perfect Pairs wager loses if the first 2 cards dealt to a hand are not a pair.
This is achieved because the players place their bets on Perfect Pairs at the same time as they place their regular Blackjack Bets. After the completion of the initial deal of 2 cards to each player, the dealer collects all losing Perfect Pairs Bets and then pays all winning Perfect Pairs Bets. Accordingly, all Perfect Pairs Bets have been dealt with prior to the players making any decisions on the way they are to play their hands. The object of the game is for the player’s hand to beat the dealer’s hand by getting a higher card total that is closer to, but does not exceed, the count of 21. A hand that exceeds the count of 21 is called a busted hand. Cards are counted at their face value with all face cards and 10’s having a point value of ten. Aces may be used as 1 or 11. Optional Bonus Wager a player may make is the Perfect Pairs Bonus Wager. Only $1.00 to $25.00 wagers will be accepted. There are 3 different types of pairs and the payout odds vary accordingly.
1. A “Mixed Pair.” A pair that is comprised of 1 red card and 1 black card.Example – 3 (Hearts) 3 (Spades)
2. A “Colored Pair.” A pair that is comprised of 2 cards that are different suits, with both cards being either red-suited cards or both cards being black-suited cards. Example – 8 (Clubs) 8 (Spades)
3. A “Perfect Pair.” An identical pair. Example – Q (Diamond) Q (Diamond)
TriLux BJ with Lucky George
TriLux Blackjack is an optional bonus bet for blackjack that considers your first two cards and the dealer’s up-card.
To begin each round, make a standard blackjack wager. You may also make the TriLux Bonus wager. The dealer then follows house procedures for blackjack. Once you have two cards, the dealer settles the TriLux bonus wagers. See paytable for payouts.
Lucky George Dealer Envy: Bonus payouts paid directly to the dealer’s tip pool when a qualifying hand is hit.
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21+3 with Dealer Envy
The 21+3 side bet is based on a three card hand using the player's two initial up cards and the dealer's one up card to form a 3 card Poker Hand.
Winning hands are Straight Flush, 3 of a Kind, Straight and Flush.
Envy is a payout that goes to the dealer's toke pool.
NOTE: A player is only awarded for one poker hand if the hand contains more than one. (Example: Three Seven of Clubs is both a flush and 3 of a Kind.)
21+3 with Dealer Envy
Please Note: The winning hands for 21+3 and TriLux are the same, however the payout on the Straight is higher on the 21+3 game.
Double Deck Blackjack
- Aces may only be split one time for a total of two hands and will only receive one additional card. All other pairs may be split up to three times for a total of four hands.
- 6 Card Charlie automatic win is not offered on Double Deck Blackjack.
- A Blackjack pays 6 to 5 (ex: $15 wager wins $18 on a Blackjack).
Roulette is a fun and simple game that provides exciting action. The player will exchange currency for non-value Roulette chips or may play with value chips. Players will utilize these chips to make various wagers on different numbers throughout the Roulette layout. Roulette offers a wide variety of bets: Straight Up Bets, where you bet on a single number; Combination Bets, where you split your bets on adjoining numbers; Red or Black, Odd or Even, and many others. The placement of wagers will determine how much will be paid out (see the payout chart).
You play with your individually colored chips, good only at the table where they were issued. The value of these chips depends on the amount of your Buy-In. Each betting cycle begins with the dealer spinning a ball in the opposite direction of the revolving roulette wheel head. Bets may be placed until the dealer announces “no more bets.” When the ball comes to rest, the dealer marks the winning number, and all bets which correspond to this number are paid.
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Craps with Fire Bet
A lively Craps game is the ultimate when it comes to fun and excitement. In this fast-paced game, there are many ways to bet and just as many ways to win! It’s as simple as placing a bet on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass Line and your fun begins!
Crapless Craps with Fire Bet
Crapless Craps is a version of a standard dice game without the possibility of losing on the Come Out roll. It is played almost exactly the same except there are 10 numbers called point numbers. They are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12. All rolls made prior to the player tossing one of the point numbers will be referred to as the Come Out roll, regardless of whether it is the first, second or third roll, or any roll thereafter. The wager wins if the Come Out roll is 7.
Dragon Bonus Baccarat
There are two variations of Baccarat; Midi-Baccarat and Mini-Baccarat. Both versions of the game are played with only two hands; Player and Banker, and the objective is to wager on the hand that will have the highest total at the end of the round. The difference lie in the game style; players have the option of handling the cards on Midi-Baccarat.
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Dragon Bonus Commission Free Baccarat
- Banker bets push if they win with a three-card total of 7.
- Winning Banker bets are not charged commission.
Face Up Pai Gow Poker
Face Up Pai Gow Poker™ features head-to-head play against the dealer and offers the optional Fortune Bonus ™ and Ace-High wagers. As in standard Pai Gow, each player and dealer receive seven-cards, but in Face Up Pai Gow Poker the dealer’s cards are dealt face-up.
Face Up Pai Gow Poker is a commission-free game. You do not pay a 5% commission when you beat the dealer; however, when the dealer plays Ace-High, you automatically push.
To begin each round, make a standard Pai Gow wager. You may also make the Fortune Bonus and Ace-High Wagers.
Fortune Bonus: This bet wins if your best possible five-card hand is three-of-a-kind or better. If you wager at least $5 on the Fortune Bonus, the dealer will place an “envy” button next to your bet. This qualifies you for an envy bonus payout. See paytable for odds.
Envy Bonus: The dealer pays any envy bonuses at the end of the round. If at least one player receives a hand that qualifies for Envy Bonus payouts, all players with envy buttons win. You can win multiple Envy Bonuses in a round, but you CANNOT win and Envy Bonus for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.
Ace High: This bet wins if the dealer is forced to play an Ace-High Pai Gow. See layout for odds.
Mississippi Stud 3 Card Bonus
The 3 Card Bonus side bet is based on the three community cards ONLY. The 3 Card Bonus will receive action regardless of if the player folds their hand. If the player has placed a wager on the 3 Card Bonus side bet and folds, the dealer will remove the original MS Stud wager(s) and tuck the folded cards under the player’s 3 Card Bonus side bet. Players win with at least a pair or better. All general rules of the game can be found in the Gaming Guide under Mississippi Stud. See the paytable below for odds on the optional 3 Card Bonus side bet.
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Three-Card Poker, Six-Card Bonus
Three-Card Poker is a form of Stud Poker. The game is comprised of two independent betting options.
Three-Card Poker, Six-Card Bonus features an optional bonus side bet. This side bet is based on the best five-card poker hand that can be made from the six cards dealt to the Dealer and Player. Thus, each Player uses his own three cards and combines them with the Dealer’s three cards. This Player is eligible to win this wager even if he folds his Ante/Play wager. This side bet is paid according to a posted pay table. Players must make their standard wagers and, if they like, the Six-Card Bonus Wager.
Four Card Poker Bad Beat Bonus
Four Card Poker Bonus features an optional bad beat wager.
Players that make the bet win if they are involved in a bad beat with the dealer. There are two ways to win:
a. The player loses with two pair or better.
b. The player beats the dealer’s hand of two pair or better.
Let it Ride with Three-Card Bonus Poker
Let It Ride with 3-Card Bonus is a form of stud poker. Players do not play against the dealer or any other players. Each player must place 3 equal bets for each hand. Each player receives 3 cards. The dealer deals out 2 community cards in front of the chip tray. The player’s 3 cards and the 2 community cards will make up the player’s 5-card poker hand.
After looking at the first 3 cards, the player may ask for the first bet back or may choose to let it stay in action. After the player has chosen, the dealer will expose 1 community card. The player may then either ask for the second bet back, or he/she may choose to let it stay in action. After the player has decided, he/she will place 3 cards beside remaining bets. The dealer will then expose the final card.
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Ultimate Texas Hold’Em
Ultimate Texas Hold ’Em features heads-up play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet. This game gives you several advantages:
- The earlier you bet, the more you can bet.
- You don’t have to fold until you see all the community cards.
- The Trips bonus pays odds if your final 5-card hand is a 3 of a kind or better.
High Card Flush
High Card Flush is a house-banked card game played with a standard 52-card deck of playing cards. The object of the game is for the player to achieve more cards of the same suit (Flush) than the dealer, both using seven cards dealt. High Card Flush also contains optional bonus wagers, which are won if the player’s hand achieves a predetermined winning event posted on the corresponding paytables. Casino operators choose which wagers they will offer and the minimum and maximum wagering limits.