Vegas Single Deck Blackjack: Played with a single 52 card deck, Jokers removed, shuffled after every game. Dealer must hit on a soft 17
Vegas Strip Blackjack: Six decks in the shoe, Jokers removed, shuffled after every game. Dealer stands on all 17s. Dealer checks for Blackjack before Players turn, if there is an Ace or a 10-value card showing. Player can Double-Down on ANY first two cards. Player can Double-Down after splitting the hand. Player can re-split any hand twice after the initial split with the exception of Aces.
European Rules Blackjack: This casino version of Blackjack is played using European Blackjack rules with four 52-card decks (jokers removed) that are shuffled after each hand. Dealer must draw to 16 and stand on 17
This version of Blackjack is played with 8 decks of cards, no jokers, shuffled after every game
Progressive Blackjack: European Rules Blackjack with an optional $1.00 side bet that offers the opportunity to win a portion, or all of the progressive jackpot
Casino Hold 'em Poker: The casino version of the number one favorite poker game
Classic Blackjack: Classic Blackjack rules played with 4 decks, jokers removed. Dealer draws to 16 and must stand on 17
Downtown Vegas Blackjack: This version of Blackjack is played with 2 decks of cards, no jokers, shuffled after every game. Dealer always draws to soft 17 and stands on hard 17 or higher.
Red Dog: Also known as Red Dog Poker or Yablon, this is a table game of chance played with a single 52 deck of cards with the Jokers removed.
Perfect Pairs Blackjack: The casino version of Perfect Pairs Blackjack is played using Vegas Strip Blackjack rules with Eight 52-card decks that are shuffled after each hand. An optional side bet pays up to 30:1
Five Card Mulligan Poker: Poker variant offers 3 ways to win!
Casino 10 High Hold 'Em Poker: Hold 'Em with 2 side bet options