It’s everybody against the dealer in this thrilling game. Easy to learn but challenging to master, win by getting your hand closer to 21 than the dealer’s. Our six deck and pitch tables range from $5 to $250 per hand. Join one of our six blackjack tables and sharpen your strategy.
Phil-em-up: Players can bet on a poker hand. If the hand is good enough, the player receives a payoff- payout! Each player has one betting circle and one double down circle. The dealer has three boxes that hold “community cards.” Players are not playing against each other or the dealer and only one play allowed per hand.
3 ways to 21:
HOW TO WIN:
$25 BONUS for the first three cards being sevens,
$50 more if cards are suited!
$25 BONUS for players who receive the
first five cards totaling 21.
$25 BONUS for players who receive 6,7 and 8 on the first three cards; $50 if the cards are suited!
High Limit Blackjack: New $250 Max table open Thursday – Saturday
Open Daily 10am – 2am
Friday & Saturday may stay open until 4am at the discretion of the Pit Boss.
Frequently used terms
If players would like another card to be dealt, players can hit anytime before standing.
A player can stand when they are satisfied with their count. The game automatically stands when 21 is reached or after doubling down.
After being dealt the first two cards, players can double down on their bet if they think the third card laid will beat the dealer. Once the bet is doubled, the hand automatically stands and the dealer finishes their hand to compare.
If the player’s first two cards are of the same value, the cards can be split into two separate hands by placing a second bet of equal or greater value. Players can have up to three hands at a time.
A blackjack is achieved when a hand’s first two cards total 21. It beats a score of 21 derived from 3 cards or more.
If the cards exceed 21, the player loses the bet and the hand is bust.
When the value of the player’s and the dealer’s cards is equal, neither win and the player’s bet is returned.
Players can protect themselves if they believe the dealer has a blackjack by purchasing insurance at half the price of the initial bet. If the dealer has a blackjack, the insurance pays the player 2 to 1. If insurance is purchased and the dealer does not have a blackjack, the player loses the insurance.