CRAPS-$5 Minimum Wager
Craps is an exciting, fast-paced, action-packed game utilizing a pair of dice. One player, known as the “shooter”, throws the dice. All wagers must be placed before the shooter throws the dice. Craps can be an intimidating game for the beginner. The table seems to have about a hundred different kinds of bets, the players are barking out commands in what seems to be a foreign language, and the pace is too fast to ever ask a question. If this is how you view the game, we have good news! There is one fundamental bet that almost all players make. That bet in Craps is the “Pass Line” and almost every player at the table bets on it. As you get more experienced you can add more bets to your strategy.
A long time popular game in Las Vegas, Mini Baccarat is one of the easiest Table Games to play. The object is to bet one of two hands that you think will come closest to nine. Nine is the highest hand. Ten value cards have zero value, and Aces always count as one. You may also place a bet if you believe that the hands will tie, and that pays 8 to 1!
ROYAL MATCH 21-$15 Minimum Wager
Royal Match 21 is an optional bonus bet for Blackjack that considers the first two cards the player receives. If the cards are the same suit, or a Royal Match (a King and Queen in suit), the player wins. To begin each round, players make their standard Blackjack wagers and, if they like, the Royal Match wager. The dealer then follows house procedures for Blackjack. Once the players have two cards, the dealer settles Royal Match wagers. If players have two suited cards, they win according to the pay table. If their first two cards are not suited, they lose their Royal Match wager. All bonus payouts apply to the first two cards only.
FOUR CARD POKER-$5 Minimum Wager
In Four Card Poker, you receive five cards to make your best four-card hand, and the dealer receives six cards to make their four-card hand. It’s a game that rewards skill, patience and nerve. Ranking of Hands: Four-of-a-Kind, Straight Flush, Three-of-a-Kind, Flush, Straight, Two Pair and Pair. Player vs. Dealer: Bet on the required Ante spot to play against the dealer’s hand. Best four-card hand wins. The player wins ties. If you bet on the Ante wager and want to stay in the game after viewing your cards, you must make a Play wager. The Play wager has to be at least equal to the Ante, but may be up to three times the ante. Automatic Bonuses: The top three hands in the game, Four-of-a-Kind, Straight Flush and Three-of-a-Kind, receive an automatic bonus payout on the Ante bet. Automatic Bonuses are paid even if the dealer has a better four-card hand. Play Aces Up: Bet on the Aces Up spot and win you’re dealt a pair of Aces or better. The Aces Up bonus is always paid even if the dealer has a better hand. Skill: In Four Card Poker, skilled players make better decisions involving when to make the play bet and how much to bet. Basic Strategy: Following this strategy greatly reduces the house’s advantage. It also enables the player to enjoy the volatile nature of the game. Pair of 2’s or less – Fold; Pair of 3’s to 9’s – Bet 1x Ante; Pair of 10’s or better – Bet 3x Ante. Patience: As the strategy dictates, you should fold with anything less than a pair of 3’s. This means you may fold four, five, even six hands in a row. Just be patient and wait for good hands before making the Play Bet. Nerve: When you get a good hand, you can’t be afraid to max out your Play Bet. The dealer’s average hand is a pair of 9’s, so whenever you have 10’s or better, you’re favored to win. Go ahead and bet your 3x Ante.