Captain's Table Games
Blackjack, also known as 21, is a game where all the players play against the dealer. Each player is dealt two cards. The dealer also gets two cards, one face up and one face down. The goal is for the total point value of your hand to beat the dealer's without going over 21. If you go over 21, or "bust," you lose. Each card is worth its numerical value except for face cards, which count as 10 points each. The Ace counts either as 1 or 11; it's your choice. We offer six-deck shoes, double deck games and single deck games.
Craps an exciting yet viewed by some as a complicated game, can be comfortably and confidently played once you learn the basic "Pass" and "Don't Pass" bets. Please do not hesitate to ask your dealer to explain the different bets.
Play begins after all bets have been made and the dice are handed to one player chosen as "the shooter."The shooter continues throwing until a losing combination is rolled.
—know the odds, learn to play craps! 8am & 11am daily in the Pit.
The roulette wheel is an iconic casino feature and contains the numbers 1 through 36 in alternating red and black, and two green spaces including "0" and "00." Players can be on a single number, a row or column of numbers, red or black, odd or even, or 1 through 18 or 19 through 36. Players place their chips on the betting layout until the dealer signals, "No more bets." When the ball comes to rest on a number, all wagers are settled. Odds range from even money to 35 to 1.
Three Card Poker
Based on a 3-card stud game, Three Card Poker lets you bet on the quality of your hand versus the dealer as well as make side wagers with extended odds. Make a Pair Plus wager and you are betting on your hand to contain a pair or better; just you and the cards. Make an Ante wager to play against the dealer's hand. If you play Ante and you like your hand, you must place another Play wager equal to your Ante bet to play against the dealer. The best 3-card poker hand wins with dealer qualification. If you play both the Ante and Play wager, you qualify for an Ante Bonus payout even if the dealer does not qualify and even if the dealer's hand beats your hand.
High Card Flush (NEW)
High Card Flush is a new 7-card poker game where the only thing that matters is the quality of flush you play. A player makes an Ante wager to begin play. The player may also choose to make a Flush and/or Straight Flush bonus wager before receiving cards. The player evaluates their hand for the number of cards in the biggest flush and folds the remaining cards. The player makes a Raise wager based on the number of cards in their flush and wins by having the biggest flush versus the dealer (Example: 4-card flush beats a 3-card flush). The Flush bonus wagers wins with a 4-card flush or higher and the Straight Flush bonus wager wins with a 3-card straight flush or higher. The player is paid in accordance to the posted paytable for each bonus wager.
Let It Ride Poker
Based on the classic game of Five Card Stud, Let It Ride lets you control two of three bets made on the game. You place three equal bets, marked 1, 2, and $ on the table. Then you receive three cards, with two community cards being dealt as the game continues. You don't play against the dealer, or the other players. You simply try to get a good poker hand by using your three cards and the dealer's two community cards. Winners are paid according to the payout schedule.
Pai Gow Poker
This fascinating game combines elements from the Chinese game of Pai Gow and the American game of poker. The object of Pai Gow is to make the two best poker hands. Players use a traditional deck of 52 playing cards plus one joker. The joker must be used as an Ace or as a Wild Card to complete a Straight or a Flush.
Please do not hesitate to ask the dealer for help in setting your hands.
You'll find our Main Keno Lounge featuring standard Keno. Four new keno progressive jackpots increase the live keno game options. The jackpots substantially increase the size of the payoffs on $1.25 wagers on 6, 7, 8 and 9-spot tickets. All a player must do to qualify for any of the progressive jackpots is write "PG" on the ticket next to the number of spots and wager. When that is done, the potential payoff on the ticket skyrockets. A 6-spot ticket that would normally pay $1,500 will now be worth a minimum of $2,500. Catch all 9 spots on a 9-spot ticket and collect a minimum of $40,000!