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Blackjack Lucky Ladies Black Jack Fortune Pai Gow Spanish 21 Texas Shoot Out


game-bjsThe object of the blackjack game is to accumulate cards with point totals as close to 21 without going over 21. Face cards (Jacks, Queens and Kings) are worth 10 points. Aces are worth 1 or 11, whichever is preferable. Other cards are represented by their number.
To win you need to beat the dealer without busting. You bust when your cards total to more than 21 and you lose automatically. The winner is whoever has closest to a total of 21. You reach 21 by adding up the values of the cards.

Lucky Ladies

game-llpBlackjack is played with a six deck shoe. The aim is to have a better hand then the dealer without going over twenty one with the numerical value of the combined cards. All face cards are worth the numerical value of ten and an ace is worth either one or eleven. To play, wager a bet based on the house minimum and maximum limit. The dealer will deal two cards face up to the player and two cards will go to the dealer, with the top card shown face up only. The player will then motion for the dealer to either give another card to increase the hands numerical value, or motion for the dealer to stop with the player hand and continue to the house hand. The dealer will then proceed with the house hand. The dealer must hit (take cards) the hand up to the numerical value of seventeen and stop. Soft seventeen (any combination of six and an ace must be hit by the house). If the house hand goes over the numerical value of twenty one or the player has a greater numerical value hand without going over twenty one, then the player wins the wager. Players may double down on the first two cards, and split their hand up to three times, creating four separate hands. Aces can only be split one time, creating two hands only. Lucky Ladies blackjack adds a bonus bet to the black jack game. The object of the bonus is to receive a hand in the first two cards that has the numerical value of twenty. Bonuses are four to one for any unsuited twenty; nine to one for any suited twenty, and nineteen to one for any matched twenty. The top bonus which is 125 to 1 is given when the player bets the bonus and receives two queens of hearts. If the house has a black jack while the player has two queens of hearts then the bonus goes up to one thousand to one. If the black jack is suited hearts, then the player also receives the progressive player supported jackpot.

Fortune Pai-Gow Progressive



Fortune Pai Gow Poker Wager - $5 to $300
Fortune Bonus Wager - $1 to $200
Paigow'd Wager - $1 to $300
Progressive Jackpot Wager - $1
Player Maximum Limit - $20,000
Table Aggregate - $40,000

Shuffling and Cutting:
There shall be two decks used on a rotating basis in the shuffler, the two decks of cards shall be of different color.

Cards for single deck games will be placed immediately in the shuffle machine. Upon opening a new deck of cards, the cards will be introduced to the table with the cellophane still on the deck. The cards will be checked for any irregularities by the dealer, washed, shuffled, stripped 3 to 5 times, shuffled and put into the shuffle machine.

Dealing Techniques:
The cards will be distributed by an Ideal Shufflemaster set to deal seven card hands. The first hand will go to the spot indicated on the dice in the dice shaker. The spots are numbered one to fifteen counterclockwise with the dealer spot being 1, 8 and 15.

Take and Pay Procedures:
All take and pay procedures go from right to left including wagers and fortune bonus bets.

Player's Hand ---------------------- Fortune Bonus Bet Odds ------- Payout Odds: Envy Bonus
7- Card Straight Flush - No Joker ------ 8,000 to 1 -------------------------- $5,000
Royal Flush plus Royal Match ----------- 2,000 to 1 -------------------------- $1,000
7 - Card Straight Flush - With Joker ---- 1,000 to 1 -------------------------- $500
Five Aces ----------------------------------------- 400 to 1 ---------------------------- $250
Royal Flush -------------------------------------- 150 to 1 ---------------------------- $50
Straight Flush ------------------------------------- 50 to 1 ----------------------------- $20
Four of a Kind ------------------------------------- 25 to 1 ----------------------------- $5
Full House ------------------------------------------- 5 to 1
Flush -------------------------------------------------- 4 to 1
Three of a Kind ------------------------------------- 3 to 1
Straight ----------------------------------------------- 2 to 1

1. All odds shown above are "to 1" except for the Bonus Feature prizes which are paid in dollars.
2. Only the highest qualifying hand is paid. For example, if five of the Player's cards comprise a Royal Flush and the remaining cards are a King and a Queen of the same suit, the hand is paid as "Royal Flush Plus Royal Match only. They do not also receive payment for a "Royal Flush."

Paigow'd Odds
Nine - High Pai Gow ----------- 100 to 1
Ten - High Pai Gow -------------- 40 to 1
Jack - High Pai Gow ------------- 10 to 1
Queen - High Pai Gow ------------ 7 to 1
King - High Pai Gow --------------- 6 to 1
Ace - High Pai Gow ---------------- 3 to 1

1. All odds shown above are "to 1".
2. Only the highest qualifying hand is paid.
3. A player's wager is assumed to be on the player's hand unless the player declares in advance that they want to wager that the dealer's hand is a Pai Gow. To win this wager, the player's hand must be greater than or equal to the dealer's hand, otherwise the wager results in a push.

Minimum and Maximum Envy Bonus Wager
Minimum Envy Bonus ---------------- $5.00 to be eligible for Envy
Maximum Wager Envy Bonus ------ $300
Maximum per Player Payout -------- $20,000
Meter Contribution --------------------- 50%
Backup Contribution ------------------ 2%
House ------------------------------------ 48%

When an irregularity occurs in the game, the dealer will notify their supervisor and the supervisor will handle the situation. Most decisions are subjective and will be handled on an individual basis.

A. Tie: at a showdown, the banker will win all tie situations
B. A Fouled hand will be a forfeited hand, unless set by the house dealer. If set incorrectly by a dealer, it will be reset according to house way.
C. If the shufflemaster (Ideal) has a malfunction or fails to work the game will be closed until the shufflemaster (Ideal) is repaired or replaced.

Dealer toke payouts are not included in any limits applied to individual player’s winnings or to table aggregate calculations.

Progressive Jackpot Awards
7-card Straight Flush w/o Joker ------- 100%
Royal Flush plus Royal Match ----------- 50%
7-card Straight Flush w/Joker ------------ 25%
5 Aces --------------------------------------- $2,500
Royal Flush ----------------------------------- $200
Straight Flush -------------------------------- $100
4-of-a-Kind -------------------------------------- $75
Full House ---------------------------------------- $6

- Only the highest qualifying hand is paid.
- Prizes shown as a percentage means the player receives that percentage of the corresponding displayed Jackpot.
- Prizes shown as a dollar amount means the player receives a fixed dollar amount.

Spanish 21

game-s21Spanish 21 uses five standard decks of cards that have the four ten cards removed from all five decks.Spanish 21 gives the player a range of bonuses and player friendly rules. Here are a few of the rules:
1. Late surrender allowed.
2. Double after split allowed, the player may double down up to three times on the same hand.
3. Re-splitting aces up to four separate hands
4. Player 21 always wins.
5. Player blackjack beats dealer blackjack.
6. Player may double on any number of cards at any time in the hand.
7. Player may usually hit and double down after splitting aces.
8. Player may surrender after doubling, known as "double down rescue." The player forfeits an amountequal to his original bet.
9. A five-card 21 pays 3 to 2, a six-card 21 pays 2 to 1, a seven or more card 21 pays 3 to 1. Bonus not honored after doubling or splitting.
10. A 6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of mixed suits pays 3 to 2, of the same suit pays 2 to 1, and of spades pays 3 to 1.These bonuses usually do not pay after doubling.
11. Suited 7-7-7 when the dealer has a seven face up pays $1000 for bets of $5-$24 and $5000 for bets of $25 or over. In addition, all other players receive a $50"envy bonus." This bonus does not pay after doubling or splitting.

Texas Shootout

game-tsp“Texas Shootout” is a modified derivative of the popular poker games “Texas Hold’em” and “Pineapple”. The game is played at a blackjack-style table, using six standard decks of 52 cards each, dealt from a shoe by a house dealer. After all players have placed their wager, the dealer deals to each player position and to themselves, four cards face down. Each player determines which two of their four cards they wish to play and discards the two unused cards. Then the dealer exposes the house hand and determines which two of the four cards they will play according to a predetermined “house-way” strategy.

Next, the dealer deals five cards, face up, in the center of the table. These five cards are common cards and, in addition to their two-card hand, are used by all players and the dealer to make the best possible five-card poker hand. The object of the game is for the player to have a higher ranking hand then the dealer.

If a player has a higher hand then the dealer, they are paid even money on their wager. If the player’s hand is lower than or equal to the dealer’s hand, the player loses their wager. There are two variations to the basic game play described above. First, in the event a player wishes to split their initial four cards into two, two card hands, they may do so at any time. To do so the player must match their original wager and play both hands. Second, there is an optional independent side bet wager, known as “Shootout Bonus”, whereby a player attempts to obtain one of several predetermined poker rankings and is paid odds according to the ranking obtained. If the player’s Shootout Bonus wager is at least five dollars, they qualify for the “Envy Bonus” feature. The Envy Bonus is paid to a player if any other hand, (excluding the dealer’s hand), contains any of certain pre-determined arrangements of the cards.


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