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  • DOUBLE ACTION BLACKJACK

    A method of playing a blackjack game that will enable a blackjack player to make the second initial 21 wager and play the second initial hand on any deal of the cards.

  • SPANISH 21

    Spanish 21 is a variation of traditional blackjack. Many would consider Spanish 21 to be the best game in the house. If you are looking for a change of pace from traditional blackjack but insist on a game with a low house edge, then you may find new excitement in Spanish 21.

  • MATCH THE DEALER

    Match The Dealer Blackjack is standard blackjack with optional bonus wagers. A Match The Dealer Up Card bonus wager is a wager that one or both of a player’s original two cards of the hand will exactly match the dealer’s up card in rank. There are two payoff amounts for each respective bonus wager, a suited rank match and an unsuited rank match. In order to play the Match The Dealer bonus wager, the player must make a regular 21 wager. The house determines the Match The Dealer minimum and maximum bet sizes.

  • PAI GOW’D

    “Pai Gow’d is an optional bonus bet for Pai Gow Poker. Players win the bet if the dealer’s five-card hand is less than a pair, and the player’s five card hand beats the dealer’s five card hand. The worse this hand is, the more the bet pays.

  • BACARRAT DRAGON BONUS

    Baccarat is one of the oldest and most popular games in casinos all over the world. It is especially popular among high-rollers and Asian gamblers. In Macau, baccarat is extremely dominant. Although the game seems serious and elegant, it is really as simple as betting on the flip of a coin.

  • FOUR CARD POKER PROGRESSIVE

    Four Poker is a new poker variation invented by Roger Snow and marketed by Shufflemaster. The game is similar to Three Card Poker but as the title suggests, four cards are used instead of three. Also, there is no dealer qualifying hand and the player can raise up to three times his ante. However, the dealer gets one extra card to form his best hand.

  • FORTUNE PAI GOW PROGRESSIVE

    To play, players make the standard Pai Pow wager and the Fortune Bonus wager. If a player has wagered at least $5 on the Fortune Bonus, the dealer will place an “Envy” button next to his or her wager. The dealer then follows house procedures for Pai Gow Poker. If a player’s hand qualifies for payouts, the dealer pays him/her according to the posted rules.
    The dealer pays any Envy Bonuses at the end of each round. If at least one player has a four-of-a-kind, all players with Envy buttons win. In the event that more than one player has at least a Four-of-a-Kind, all players with Envy buttons win multiple payouts. Note: A player cannot win Envy Bonuses for his or her own hand or the dealer’s hand.