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Table games are open with limited games: 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Monday and Tuesday, and 11 a.m - 3 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

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All Your Favorite Games

Blackjack

This is a classic game in which the player tries to draw to 21, or closer to 21, than the dealer, without going over (busting). Each player is dealt two cards face up, and then is allowed to hit (take another card) or stay (play that hand). The dealer starts with two cards as well, but one is face up and the other face down. Face cards (Jack, Queen, King) are worth 10, and Aces are worth 1 or 11 (player’s choice). Receiving an Ace and a 10 on your first two cards is the lucrative hand known as “blackjack.” Additional bets like “splitting” and “doubling down” are also available on certain hands.

Cajun Stud

In Cajun Stud, a five-card player hand is revealed gradually. At three decision points along the way, the player may either raise their Ante bet by on to three times or fold.

heads up hold'em

The player may raise their bet one time and has three opportunities to do so. The earlier they raise, the more money they can bet. The main differences between Heads Up Hold’em and Ultimate Texas Hold’em are in the former player may raise 3X their Ante bet before the flop, but the game includes bad beat bonuses for losing with a straight or higher.

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Roulette

Perhaps the simplest table game of all. In Roulette, a croupier spins the wheel in one direction, then places and spins a ball in the opposite direction. After a number of revolutions, the ball eventually falls into one of 38 slots. If the ball lands in a number or color where you placed a bet prior to the spin, you win.

Craps/BONUS CrapS

Possibly the most exciting game on the floor, Craps often draws the biggest crowds. The game appears complicated to the newcomer, but the premise is actually quite simple. Players wage money on the outcome of one roll, or a series of rolls, of two dice by the “shooter.” The game is played in rounds, and the first roll of each new round is called the “come-out roll.” An array of player bets is available both for the come-out roll, as well as each additional roll, with payouts dependent on the likelihood of each outcome.