We offer almost ever casino table game you can imagine. All tables are available at bar height or table height (please let us know your preference). We provide professional dealers for all games who will help your guests if they are unfamiliar with the games. All tables have placards with the 'House Rules' as well. If your event requires a list of winners for prize purposes, our dealers will count each guests chips and provide a written tally. In addition for Casino Nights and other multiple table rentals, we'll include customized funny money for free!
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Every table includes a dealer and all equipment. Every blackjack table can accommodate up to 7 players and one dealer. Depending on your space and function, we can provide this table at a seating or standing height.
Rules and Instruction:
At a blackjack table, the dealer faces seven playing positions from behind a semicircular table. At the beginning of each round, bets are placed in the "betting box" at each position in play.
Each wagered-on position is dealt an initial hand of two cards visible to the player. The dealer's hand receives its first card face up and its second card face down, which the dealer peeks at but does not reveal unless it makes the dealer's hand a blackjack.
Cards are dealt either from a "shoe". Single cards are dealt to each of wagered-on position clockwise from the dealer's leftmost position.
The players' object is to win by creating card totals which will turn out to be higher than the dealer's hand, but without exceeding 21. On their turn, players must choose whether to "hit" (take a card), "stand" (end their turn), "double" (double wager, take a single card and finish), "split" (if the two cards have the same value, separate them to make two hands) or "surrender" (give up a half-bet and retire from the game). Number-cards count as their natural value; the jack, queen, and king (also known as "face cards" or "pictures") count as 10; aces are valued as either 1 or 11 according to the player's best interest. If the hand value exceeds 21 points, it busts, and its bet is immediately forfeit. After all players have finished playing, the dealer's hand is shown by drawing cards until the hand busts or achieves a value of 17 or higher (if a dealer total has a hand consisting of a 7 and an ace, or "soft 17", the dealer must draw a card). The dealer never doubles, splits nor surrenders. If the dealer busts, all remaining player hands win. If the dealer does not bust, each remaining bet wins if its hand is higher than the dealer's, and loses if it is lower. In the case of a tied score, known as "push", the bet is normally returned without adjustment; however, a blackjack beats any hand which is not a blackjack, even with value 21. Blackjack vs. blackjack is a push. Wins are paid out at 1:1, or equal to the wager, except for winning blackjacks, which are paid at 3:2, or one and a half times the wager.
Blackjack Switch has the same basic rules as regular blackjack. However the player is dealt two hands instead of one. After all hands have been dealt, the player can choose to switch the two cards that were last dealt in each hand. So if your first hand was dealt a King and a 4 and your second hand was dealt a 7 and a Queen, you can switch the 4 and the Queen so your first hand now consists of a King and a Queen and your second hand now consists of a 4 and a 7. You can only choose to switch your cards at the start of the hand, once the hands are dealt and before the hand is played.
Let It Ride is a variation of poker played with the dealer rather than against the dealer. The game's relatively slow pace and the chance to pull back two of the three bets makes Let It Ride popular with players of all ages and skills. Each player places three equal bets in three spaces labeled (1),(2) and ($).
Optional side bets
Some casinos offer an optional $1 side bet. This side bet offers an additional payout if the player's first three cards contains a winning hand.
Each player receives three face down cards. The dealer deals two community cards face down.
Let It Ride compares the player's poker hand with a payout chart, rather than comparing it with the other players' hands or the dealer's hand. The player's hand consists of the player's three cards and the dealer's two cards.
Each player is required to keep the three cards in full view of the dealer at all times.
Winners are paid according to the payout schedule (pair of 10's or better, two pair, etc.).
After looking at his three cards, each player has the option of pulling back the first bet or leaving the wager there. To leave the bet live is to "let it ride".
The dealer then exposes one community card. The players then each have the option of pulling back the second bet or letting it ride.(they can't add their first bet back on if they get a better hand, however.) After each player decides whether to pull back the second bet, the cards are placed face down on the designated area of the layout and may not be touched again. The dealer then turns up the second community card and in a counterclockwise direction, turns the three cards of each player face up.
All losing wagers are then collected, and then all winning hands are paid by the dealer according to the payout schedule.
Regardless of the decision made concerning the first or second bets, a player may not take back the third bet.
We have LED Casino Tables Available. Games Available: Blackjack, Craps and Roulette. If interested, please contact us.