Games available at this location
||Double Action Blackjack
||Four Card Poker
||Three Card Poker
||Ultimate Texas Hold'em
1. Place your mandatory primary wager along with any desired bonus wagers.
2. Each player receives two cards each face up, and the dealer will receive two cards one face down and the other face up.
3. Players play their hand by hitting or standing as in conventional blackjack.
4. All house rules regarding blackjack apply.
5. The house may use 6 or 8 deck shoes.
6. The house may use any aggregate they so choose.
7. The bets for the bonuses allow one or more bets on the left side (LS,17,18, or 19) if the bet is LS it does include all three numbers, if it is straight up on 17,18, or 19 it pays according to the pay scale. The player may also bet one or more bets on the bonus on the right side, (RS, 20,21, or Blackjack) if the bet is RS it does include all three numbers, if it is straight up on 20,21 or Blackjack it pays according to the pay scale. A player MUST bet on the primary wager and MAY bet one or more bets on the left side and one or more bets on the right side.
1. The primary wager wins even money if a players hand is closer to 21 than the dealers. The primary wager wins according to casino house rules if the player has a natural blackjack (two cards consisting of a face card or 10 value card with an Ace).
2. If the player made a bonus wager, and the dealers hand ties the players hand exactly, (examples; player 17 vs. dealer 17, player 21 vs. dealer 21, or player Blackjack vs. dealer Blackjack, the player wins the total of that bonus (See paytable below) and pushes the primary wager.
3. The player may make more than bonus wager per hand. EXAMPLE: The Player made two bonus wagers on 18 and 21 and the dealer tied the player on 18. The player would win 45 to 1 on the Tie 18 bonus wager and lose the bonus wager on the 21 bonus wager.
4. Left side (LS) and Right side (RS) bonus wagers win ONLY if the player and dealer have a respective matching hand or exact total. EXAMPLE: if the dealer makes 17 and the player makes 18 with a bonus on LS then the player loses the LS wager. For LS and RS bets to win the Player MUST tie the Dealer's hand with one of the three hand totals applicable to that wager.
5. The player may only wager a total of all bonus wagers not to exceed the total of the primary wager. EXAMPLE: If $10 is bet on the primary wager, only a total of $10 may be wagered on all bonus bets combined. The Player may bet half of the primary bet on the left side (LS) and half the primary bet on the right side (RS). The player cannot ever bet more than half of the primary bet on either the LS or the RS.
6. When splitting aces, only the 1st hand is used for the bonus wager and this is considered 21, and NOT BLACKJACK, in the event a ten value card is drawn. When the player makes 21 on the 1st hand and the Dealer makes 21 (NOT BLACKJACK) then the player wins the 21 straight up bet (If the player bet it) and would also win the RS bet if the player bet that.
7. If the player bets Blackjack straight up or the RS and both the dealer and player have a blackjack, then the player wins the payoff according to the pay chart.
8. When splitting any pair only the first hand split is used to determine the tie wager.
9. When splitting any pair more than once, ALL bonus wagers are lost.
10. Players have Blackjack ONLY when the player's first two cards consist of a ten value card plus an ace. 21 occurs with three cards or more, or when splitting aces and receiving a ten value card with the first ace only. 21 value hands do not tie with Blackjack hands, resulting in losing bonus wagers.
11. When player has Blackjack and dealer does not, then ALL bonus bets are lost.
Double Action Blackjack
Double Action Blackjack III is played like regular Blackjack game with the addition of the first side bet called “Double Action”, and a second bet called “Match Madness”. The game can be played with four, five, six, or eight decks of standard 52-card decks. All cards must be dealt face up except for dealer’s hole card.
There are two ways the player can win the “Double Action” side bet:
One of the player’s first two cards matches with the dealer’s up-card in rank.
The combination of the player’s first two cards and the dealer’s up-card is one of the following three card poker hand:
-Three of a Kind (or Double Match)
-Suited Three of a Kind (or Double Suited Match)
In order to win the “Match Madness” side bet. One of the three up cards (players first two cards and dealer’ up card) must match with dealer’s hole card in rank. Dealer’s up card is a mutual card for every player. There are five different types of matches for different payouts:
In Emperor’s Challenge each participants hand may consist of three sets of cards. The word “may” is used because the Emperor’s Challenge method of play is optional for any of the Players unless they serve as the Player-Banker. In that event, the Player-Banker must use the third set of cards to complete their hand if any of the other Participants have chosen this option.
In traditional Pai Gow Poker to win their primary wager, a Participant’s hand must contain two out of two winning sets of cards. However, in the Game, a Participant’s hand wins if any two out of their three sets win.
Each Player determines in advance whether or not they choose to play traditional two set Pai Gow Poker method or the three set method offered by the Game. This opportunity exists without the requirement of an additional wager by any participant. If a Player chooses the Emperor’s Challenge option, then in addition to the traditional two sets previously described, the Player and the Banker receives an additional two-card set for a total of three sets in their hand configuration. The third set of cards for both each Player and the Banker is selected at random from the four previously unused cards.
All Players, (and the Dealer if they are not the Banker), use the two community cards as their third set to complete their hand. The selection of the third set of cards is determined through a unique process known as Yin-Yang. The four previously undealt cards are split into two, two-card sets, one which represents Yin (black) and the other Yang (white). The selection of whether the Yin set or the Yang set is a component of each Player’s hand, is chosen at random using a single Yin/Yang die.
In the Game, the Participants may optionally use three sets of cards to comprise their hand instead of the usual two. To win their primary wager, a Participant must win two out of three sets in their hand.In the event any of the sets of cards possessed by a Player is of a ranking equal to the Banker’s set, the Banker’s set wins if this occurs on the first two sets and loses if this occurs on the third set (the Yin/Yang set). A proposition bet is available to any Player or Player-Banker if they believe their cards will match one of the several pre-selected hand rankings posted at the game table. This wager is placed against the casino house bank only. If the proposition bet meets or exceeds a certain threshold amount, the wager qualifies for a bonus payable known as Pai Gow insurance.
Four Card Poker
Four Card poker is played with a 52 card deck on a blackjack table. There are three circles in front of each player marked: Aces Up, Ante and 1x to 3x Ante. The play begins with the player making independent wagers on either the Aces Up or Ante portion of the game or both by placing the bet in the corresponding circle. You must bet the same amounts on each game if you choose to play both games.
Although it is called Four Card Poker the player is dealt five cards face down and must make the best four card hand. The dealer is dealt six cards which are used to make the best four card hand. One of the dealers cards is dealt face up.
Unlike Caribbean Stud and Three Card Poker, the dealer does not have to qualify in order for the game to continue. After looking at your cards you can fold and lose your Ante bet or make an additional Play bet to continue. The minimum bet you can make must be equal to your original bet but you can elect to make a bet up to three times the amount of your original Ante bet.
Spanish 21 is an increasingly popular variant of blackjack. It is played without tens in the deck and all face cards are still used. Spanish 21 uses the following rules:
•The game is played with six or eight decks dealt from a shoe. Each deck is a standard poker deck with the tens (but not face cards) removed, hence the name: a traditional Spanish deck consists of four sets of 1 through 9, a Jack, a Queen and a King; there are no tens. All cards have the same values as in blackjack.
•Blackjack pays 3:2.
•Hitting, standing, and splitting all follow the same rules as in blackjack, except drawing to split aces is allowed. Resplitting is also allowed.
•The player may surrender on the first two cards or after doubling down.
•The dealer always checks for blackjack with a face card showing before play continues, as in American blackjack games.
•The player may double down on any total, even after taking hit cards.
•In some casinos, the player may redouble after doubling down.
•The player may double down on any total, even after taking hit cards.
•In some casinos, the player may redouble after doubling down.
•A total of 21 always wins for the player. It never pushes against the dealer's 21.
•A five-card 21 pays 3:2, a six-card 21 pays 2:1, and a 21 with seven or more cards pays 3:1. However, these bonus payouts do not apply if the 21 was the result of doubling.
•6-7-8 of mixed suits pays 3:2, of the same suit pays 2:1, and of spades pays 3:1.
•Suited 7-7-7 against a dealer 7 pays a large bonus (for example, $1000 for bets $5-24 and $5000 for bets $25 and over). All other players at the table receive a $50 "envy bonus". This rule does not apply after splitting.
•In most casinos, dealer hits soft 17. The removal of the tens in each deck favors the dealer, however, the other additional rules all favor the player (except for dealer hitting soft 17), and usually result in a low house edge, often lower than traditional blackjack.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker Progressive uses a standard 52-card deck. There are three ways to play. The game allows the player to wager against the dealer, to wager only on the value of his own hand, or to wager both against the dealer and on the value of his own hand.
Ranking of Hands
The ranking of the hands in Three Card Poker differs from traditional poker hands. In Three Card Poker, a STRAIGHT beats a FLUSH. Cards are ranked from highest to lowest as follows.
THREE OF A KIND
If a hand does not contain a pair or better, the hand that contains the highest ranking card(s) wins. Ace is high except in 3-2-Ace sequence.
Three Ways To Play
1. Playing Against the Dealer - ANTE WAGER
The object when playing against the dealer is to get a three card poker hand with a value higher than the dealer’s qualifying hand of a Queen or better. Players place an ANTE wager. After looking at their three card poker hand, players may fold or, if they believe their hand is high enough to beat the dealer’s hand, they will place an amount EQUAL to the ANTE on the PLAY spot.
The ANTE BONUS is paid when a player is dealt one of the three highest ranking hands in the game.
The ANTE BONUS is paid regardless of the dealer’s hand. The ANTE BONUS payouts are attached.
2. Playing the Hand Value - PAIR PLUS
The object of betting the PAIR PLUS wager is to receive a pair or better. If the player’s hand contains a pair or better the player wins the PAIR PLUS wager. Players receive PAIR PLUS payouts regardless of the dealer’s hand. PAIR PLUS payouts are attached.
3. Playing Both - PAIR PLUS and ANTEWhen a player bets both the PAI R PLUS and the ANTE (including PLAY), he is playing against two separate paytables with two different criteria for payouts. In playing the ANTE wager, the object is to get a three-card poker hand that beats the dealer’s qualifying hand of Queen or better. In playing the PAIR PLUS wager, the object is to receive a pair or better. The ANTE and PAIR PLUS wagers do not have to be the same amount. Players receive the PAIR PLUS payouts regardless of the dealer’s hand. Players can wager anywhere from the table minimum to the maximum allowed bet on either spot. However, the PLAY wager must always equal the ANTE wager.
If the player has made the ANTE wager and the PAIR PLUS wager, he must make the PLAY wager or will forfeit both the ANTE and PAIR PLUS wagers.
Side bets between players are prohibited.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Ultimate Texas Hold'em Progressive is a poker-based casino game in which the player may make one raise at any time during the course of the hand. The earlier the raise is made the higher it may be. Unlike other poker-based games, raises made after the ante still have action even if the dealer doesn't qualify.
Players and the dealer each receive two cards. They combine them with five community cards to make their best five-card hand.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em lets players bet aggressively. The earlier they bet, the more they can risk—and win. If players bet pre-flop, they may risk 3x or 4x their Ante. If they bet on the flop, they may bet 2x their Ante. And if they wait until the river—when all community cards are out—they may only bet 1x their Ante.
This game also features an optional bet, the Trips Bonus. Players win the Trips Bonus if their final five-card hand is three of a kind or higher. Odds printed on layout.
-The game is played with a single ordinary 52-card deck.
-The player must make an equal bet on both the Ante and Blind, and can also make an optional Trips bet.
-Two cards are dealt face down to the player and dealer. The player may look at his own cards.
-The player can check or make a Play bet equal to four times the Ante.
-The dealer turns over three community cards.
-If the player previously checked he may make a Play bet equal to two times his Ante. If the player already made a Play bet he may not bet further.
-Two final community cards are turned over.
-If the player previously checked twice he must either make a Play bet equal to exactly his Ante, or fold, losing both his Ante and Blind bets. If the player already raised he may not bet further.
-The player and dealer will both make the best possible hand using any combination of their own two cards and the five community cards.
-The dealer will need at least a pair to qualify.
-If the player and dealer tie then the Ante, Blind, and Play bets will all push.
-If the dealer qualifies and the player has the higher hand then the Ante will pay even money. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer has the higher hand then the Ante will lose. If the dealer does not qualify then the ante will push. (Note: The qualifying point only matters for purposes of the Ante bet.)
-If the player has the higher hand the Play bet will pay even money. If the dealer has the higher hand the Play bet will lose.
-If the player has the higher hand the Blind bet will pay according to the Blind Bet pay table below.
-If the dealer has the higher hand the Blind bet will lose.