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Game Name Tables Waiting
4-8 Limit KILL 1 6
20-40 Limit 3PM 1 0
1-2 NL Holdem 9 4
1-3 NL Holdem 4 15
2-5 NL 0 3
1-2 PLO 0 3
Big-O MM 2 28
4-8 Big-O HL 1/2 KILL @5PM 1 13
EZ Baccarat $10-$1000 1 0
Dai Baccarat $10-$1000 1 0
Pure 21.5 Blackjack $10-$1000 1 0
Spanish 21.5 $10-$1000 3 0
Fortune Pai Gow $10-$5000 1 0
3-Card Poker 1 0
Ultimate TX Holdem 2 0
Name Players Limit Small Blind Big Blind
2/4 Limit Holdem 9 Limit $1.00 $2.00
4/8 Limit Holdem 9 Limit $2.00 $4.00
3/6 Limit Holdem 9 Limit $1.00 $3.00
8/16 Limit Holdem 9 Limit $4.00 $8.00
4/8 Limit Omaha 8/b 9 Limit $2.00 $4.00
1/2 No Limit Holdem 9 No Limit $1.00 $2.00
2/5 No Limit Holdem 9 No Limit $2.00 $5.00
1/3 No Limit Holdem 9 No Limit $1.00 $3.00
2/5/10 No Limit Holdem 9 No Limit $5.00 $10.00
4/8 Limit Big O Hi/Lo 8 Limit $2.00 $4.00

Mexican poker

How to Play

  • The round of Mexican Poker begins from the player who is seated to the left of the dealer.
  • The dealer button rotates clockwise after each hand is complete. The players may choose to fold, call or raise in each of these rounds.
  • At the outset two cards are dealt with namely, one turned upward and the other downward, and the betting commences with a forced opening of the high card clockwise of the dealer button. The player with the lowest up card must wager a bring-in (forced bet), or maybe a full bet, but cannot check or fold.
  • After the betting is over, the players may choose to expose their own cards if they wish. Once this is over, the third card will be dealt with up or down based on whether the previous cards have been exposed or not. Post this, the next round of betting occurs, and the game continues in a similar fashion according to the same format, with the highest hand starting the round.

The Rules

  • It is played with a deck stripped of the 8’s, 9’s, 10’s. The deck size in Mexican poker is 41 cards including the joker.
  • Each player receives 5 cards in toto. One of the cards must be placed face down.
  • A maximum of 8 players can play this game.
  • The joker is considered wild in all cases when dealt face down. But in circumstances it is dealt face-up, it is considered as wild only with Aces, Straights, and Flushes. Also, when the joker is dealt face-up, it will be considered as an ace for the opening bet.
  • The betting structure used is that of either fixed limit or no limit.

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SPANISH 21.5 BLACKJACK

How to Play

Spanish 21.5 is the most popular Blackjack variation and combines the action of Blackjack with exciting payouts.  In Spanish 21.5 there are multiple ways to win each time you play a hand! Spanish 21.5 is played with a “Spanish Deck,” which contains only 48 cards and doesn’t contain any of the “10s.”  Every other card remains and functions as it does in standard Blackjack, including the Kings, Queens, and Jacks, which are still valued at ten points.

Player’s Blackjack Always Wins

A Player’s blackjack will always beat a dealer’s blackjack.  Blackjacks are paid at odds of 6 to 5.

Player’s 21 Always Wins

When the player draws to 21 they will be automatically paid 1 to 1, regardless of the dealer’s hand total.

These two rules make Spanish 21.5 fun to play because the player always wins with Blackjack or 21.

Pair Splitting

Players may split cards of equal value, including Aces, up to three times to create up to four hands.  Doubling after a split is allowed as well as hitting and doubling of all split hands, including split Aces.

Double Downs

Players may choose to double down at any time, regardless of the number of cards in their hand.  The player must wager an additional amount, equal to their original wager, to double down and receive one additional card.  After doubling down, the player may then choose to stand, Double Down again, or Rescue (see below). 

Double Double

After doubling down, the player may choose to double down again (making the total wager equal to 4x the original base wager) to receive one additional draw card.

Triple Double                                                          

After a double double down the player may choose to double down a third time (making the total wager equal to 8x the player’s original base wager) to receive a third and final double down card.

Double Down Rescue

After any non-busted double down the player may choose to Rescue their doubled bet, retaining their last wager made.  The rest of their wager(s) for the hand would be forfeited, ending their participation in the hand. 

Match the Dealer Bonus

Spanish 21.5 includes an optional side wager known as Match the Dealer.  While playing the side wager is optional and doesn’t affect the main game, there are lots of good reasons to give it a try.

Players may bet that the dealer’s up card will match the rank of at least one of the player’s original two cards.  Payouts increase if both of the player’s cards match the dealer’s, and even more if one or both are the exact same suit as the dealer’s up card.  A player who has placed the base game wager may make an additional Match the Dealer wager.  Payout odds are posted at each gaming table.

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EZ BACCARAT

How to Play

EZ Baccarat is played the same way as traditional baccarat. The drawing rules have not been changed.

EZ Baccarat eliminates the taking of a 5% commission from every winning Banker wager without modifying any of the existing drawing rules of the standard game.  Instead of a commission, winning Banker wagers are paid 1 to 1 (but push on a Dragon result, see below).  EZ Baccarat offers three exciting bonus bets:

  • The Dragon 7, which pays 40 to 1
  • The Panda 8, which pays 25 to 1
  • The Tie, which pays 8 to 1

Bonus Bets

The Dragon 7 occurs when Banker wins with a hand total of seven consisting of three cards; Dragon 7 wagers lose upon any other result.  Winning Dragon 7 wagers are paid 40 to 1.

The Panda 8 occurs when Player wins with a hand total of eight consisting of three cards;    Panda 8 wagers lose upon any other result.  Winning Panda wagers are paid 25 to 1.

A Tie occurs when the completed hand value for Banker is equal to the completed hand value for Player; Tie wagers lose upon any other result.  Winning Tie wagers are paid 8 to 1.

 

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PURE 21.5 BLACKJACK

Looking for a good Blackjack game?  Look no further!  Pure 21.5 Blackjack has all the features any player could ask for:

  • 3 to 2 Blackjack payout
  • Double Down any two cards (except Natural)
  • Double after split (except split Aces)
  • Double for less
  • Insurance (and even money)
  • Split up to three times
  • Surrender

Buster Blackjack Bonus

Buster Blackjack is an optional side bet.  A player must make a standard blackjack bet to make a Buster Blackjack bet.  The Buster Blackjack side bet allows players to win odds when the dealer busts.  The odds-based payouts are determined by the number of cards in the dealer’s busted hand.  The more cards it takes the dealer to bust, the higher the payout odds!  Buster Blackjack wagers lose if the dealer’s hand does not bust.  Payout odds are posted at each gaming table.

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DAI BACCARAT

Dai Baccarat is a fun adaptation of the traditional baccarat game.  No changes have been made to the rules for dealing, but Dai Baccarat adds new bonus payouts that are sure to make winning so much more exciting. 

Like EZ Baccarat, Dai Baccarat does not take a 5% commission on winning Banker wagers.  Instead, winning Banker wagers are paid 1 to 1 (except for the Tiger result, described below).  Dai Baccarat has two bonus bets that enable the player to win 40x their wager, and another that offers 30x. 

Bonus Bets

Tiger

The Tiger occurs when Banker wins with a hand total of seven consisting of three cards:  Banker wagers push; Tiger wagers are paid 40 to 1; Player and Ox wagers lose; Kill wagers may win or lose (see below).  The Tiger wager loses in all other circumstances.

Ox

The Ox occurs when Player wins with a hand total of six consisting of three cards:  Player wagers win; Ox wagers are paid 40:1; Banker, Tiger, and Kill wagers lose.  The Ox wager loses in all other circumstances.

Kill

The Kill can occur in two different ways:

  1. Banker has a hand total of seven consisting of three cards and Player has a hand total

                 of seven, eight, or nine.

  1. Player has a hand total of six consisting of three cards and Player does not win.

If either (1) or (2) occur, the Kill wager wins 30 to 1.  The Kill wager loses if the result is not (1) or (2). 

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FORTUNE PAI GOW POKER

How to Play

The objective of Fortune Pai Gow Poker is to create two winning poker hands, a two-card hand and a five-card hand.  The five-card hand must be a stronger poker hand than the two-card hand. To win, both of the player’s hands must beat the corresponding poker hands of the dealer.  Each round is played with one deck of 52 cards, plus one Joker. 

 

Round of play

If both of the player’s hands beat the dealer’s corresponding hands, the player wins even money. A $10 wager wins $10.

If only one of the player’s hands beats the dealer’s, it’s a push.  The player keeps their original bet:  No win, no loss.

If neither of the player’s hands beats the dealer’s respective hands, the player loses.

Each player’s hand is subject to a collection fee, which is collected by the house dealer.

 

Fortune/Envy Bonus Bet

The Fortune Bonus wager is optional, made at the same time as the Pai Gow Poker game wager.  The minimum Bonus wager is $1, up to the maximum allowed on the table.  Any Bonus wager of $5 or more qualifies the player for the Envy Bonus.  An Envy button will be placed next to the player’s Bonus wager to indicate they are qualified to receive an Envy Bonus.  Players may win multiple Envy Bonus payouts if there is more than one qualifying Envy hand.  Fortune and Envy payouts are posted at each Fortune Pai Gow Poker gaming table.

Note: Envy bonuses do not apply to the qualifying Envy hand nor to the dealer’s hand.

 

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PAI GOW POKER

How to Play

The objective of Pai Gow Poker is to create two winning poker hands, a two-card hand, and a five-card hand.  The five-card hand must be a stronger poker hand than the two-card hand.  To win, both of the player’s hands must beat the dealer’s corresponding poker hands.  Each round is played with one deck of 52 cards, plus one Joker. 

Round of play

If both of the player’s hands beat the dealer’s corresponding hands, the player wins even money:  A $10 wager wins $10.

If only one of the player’s hands beats the dealer’s, it’s a push.  The player keeps their original bet:  No win, no loss.

If neither of the player’s hands beats the dealer’s respective hands, the player loses.

Each player’s hand is subject to a collection fee, which is collected by the house dealer.

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ULTIMATE TEXAS HOLD' EM

Ultimate Texas Hold’em features heads-up play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet.

Getting Started

Each player makes equal bets in the Ante and Blind circles.  Players may also choose to make the optional Trips bonus bet.  Each player will then receive two cards.

Bet Big… or Small… or Not at All 

Once dealt their two hole cards, each player can either check or make a Play bet of 3x or 4x their Ante wager.  The dealer then reveals the three-card flop.  If they haven’t already made a Play bet, each player has a choice:  Check or bet 2x their Ante.  The dealer then reveals the final two community cards.  If they haven’t already made a Play bet, remaining players have a choice: fold or bet 1x their Ante.

Dealer Qualifying

The dealer then reveals the dealer’s two cards.  The dealer’s hand must contain at least one pair to qualify.  If the dealer’s hand does not qualify, all Ante wagers push and are returned to the respective player.  All other wagers remain live.  If the dealer’s hand qualifies, all wagers remain live.

Winning & Losing

If the player’s hand beats the dealer’s hand, the player’s Play (and Ante, if the dealer qualifies) bets win even money.  If the dealer’s hand beats the player’s hand, the player’s Play, Ante, and Blind wagers lose.  If the player’s hand and dealer’s hand tie, those bets push.  The Blind wager wins if the player’s winning hand is at least a Straight (see layout for payout odds).  If the player’s hand is less than a Straight but beats the dealer’s hand, the Blind wager pushes.

Trips Bonus

The Trips Bonus is an optional wager, placed prior to the dealing of cards.  Players win an odds payout when their best five-card hand is Three of a Kind or better, regardless of the value of the dealer’s hand.  Payout odds are posted at each Ultimate Texas Hold’em table.

 

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THREE CARD POKER 6 CARD BONUS

Three Card Poker is an exciting stud poker game featuring optional Pair Plus and 6 Card Bonus side bets.  This game offers multiple ways to win on every hand!

To Play

Players must place an Ante wager to receive a hand.  Any optional bonus wager(s) must be placed prior to the dealing of cards.  To remain in competition with the dealer, players must make an additional Play wager equal to their Ante wager.  Players choosing not to make the Play wager forfeit their Ante and (if wagered) Pair Plus wagers; 6 Card Bonus wagers remain live. 

Showdown

The dealer’s hand must consist of at least a Queen-high to qualify.  If the dealer’s hand is not at least a Queen-high, all player Play wagers push, and all live Ante wagers win.  If the dealer’s hand is at least a Queen-high, player hand values are compared to the dealer’s hand:  Ante and Play wagers are paid 1 to 1 if the player’s hand outranks the dealer’s hand and lose if the dealer’s hand outranks the player’s hand.  If the player and dealer have equivalent hands, Ante and Play wagers push.  Bonus wagers are reconciled according to player hand values, regardless of whether the dealer’s hand qualifies. 

Pair Plus

The Pair Plus side bet wins if the player’s three-card poker hand contains a pair or better.  See pay table for odds.

6 Card Bonus

Combine the player’s hand with the dealer’s three-card hand to make the best five-card poker hand.  See pay table for odds.

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No Bust Blackjack

What’s the scariest part of Blackjack?  Busting and losing!  No Bust Blackjack takes that fear away, offering a unique twist to the game of Blackjack.  Since there are no “busts,” players don’t automatically lose when their hand total is more than 21 – if the dealer’s hand total ends up higher than the player’s when both are over 21, it’s a push.  The game also features six wild cards (Jokers) that make any hand instantly 21, and a hand made up of two jokers can’t be beat. 

How to Play

The game is played with standard decks of 52 cards plus six jokers.  A hand consisting of two jokers is a “Natural” and is unbeatable (but could push against another “Natural”).  If a player’s hand is a “Natural” and the dealer’s is not, the player’s wager is paid 3:2. 

Note that a hand consisting of an Ace and a 10-value card is valued at 21, and only wins if the opposing hand is neither 21 nor a “Natural.”

A hand containing a single joker is valued at 21 and will win unless the opposing hand is also valued at 21 or is a “Natural.”

A hand containing a joker is not offered any further options and must play as dealt.  If the dealer’s up card is a joker, players may not draw to their hand. 

If a player’s hand total is over 21, the player’s wager remains live.  Upon completion of the dealer’s hand, if the dealer’s hand total is higher than the player’s hand total when both are over 21, the player’s wager pushes. 

Player options include:

  • Double Down on any two cards (except a hand containing a joker or after splitting Aces)
  • Double Down for less
  • Split up to three times (except split Aces)
  • Surrender (except against dealer’s up card of Ace or joker)

Insurance is not offered.

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