Card games make up a major part of the casino experience and, aside from poker; blackjack is the most popular game on the tables. The objective is simple – score 21 or as close as possible without going over. It is basically a card game where you are dealt two cards. You decide at that point by counting the amount of the value of the card if you would like another card (hit) to get as close to 21 as you can.
Roulette is a casino game named after the French word meaning little wheel. In the game, players may choose to place bets on either a single number, various groupings of numbers, the colors red or black, whether the number is odd or even, or if the numbers are high (19–36) or low (1–18).
Initially, you place your bet (chips) in a specific way on the table and for a specific period of time. Then, the dealer closes the ‘betting window’ and spins the ball around the wheel, and lastly, the dealer announces and spreads out the chips depending on the winning bets.
Casino Stud Poker
Poker, the staple of any self-respecting casino and it should be the staple of your works casino party. There are two main types of poker that are played, with one of them being Casino Stud Poker. This is generally seen as the friendlier version of the popular card game, with players pitted against the dealer instead of each other as is the case in Texas Hold ’em.
The table is similar to the type used for Blackjack with the dealer requiring a card to the value of an Ace or a King or higher to qualify. If the dealer fails to qualify, ante bets are paid out to the players.
Casino Stud Poker is a good place for beginners to get to know the game before eventually moving on to the more competitive Texas Hold ‘em variant. Our croupiers will ensure that all participants enjoy their casino experience, whether it is their first experience or they are a seasoned goer.
Texas Hold ‘em Poker
Casino Hold’em is a house game designed to be dealt by a croupier for casino patrons to play in the main casino. Players play the house and not other players in this variant. Subject to the dealer qualifying, it is a straight contest between the dealer’s hand and the player’s, player may also get paid an AnteWin Bonus on his Ante bet. Player can also place an AA Bonus side bet which is based on the poker value of his two personal cards and the first three flop cards.
- The game is played with a standard 52 card deck.
- Each player makes an Ante bet and may make an optional AA bonus side bet.
- The player and dealer are both dealt two cards (face down).
- Three cards are then dealt to the board and will eventually contain five cards.
- After checking his/her cards, the player has to decide (a) to fold with no further play losing the Ante bet or (b) to make a Call bet of double the Ante bet.
- If one or more players makes a Call bet the dealer will deal two more cards to the board, for a total of five.
- Players and dealer make their best five card poker hand from their own two personal cards and five board cards.
- Each player’s hand are compared with the dealer’s.
- The dealer must have a pair of 4s or better to qualify.
- If the dealer does not qualify, the Ante bet pays according to the AnteWin pay table and the Call bet is a push (stand off).
- If the dealer qualifies, and the player’s hand is better than the dealer’s, the Ante bet pays according to the Ante-Win pay table and the Call bet pays 1 to 1.
- If the dealer qualifies, and the dealer’s hand is equal to the player’s, all bets are push (it doesn’t win or lose).
- If the dealer qualifies, and the dealer’s hand is better than the player’s, the player loses all bets.