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Table Games

Explore our exciting Table Games including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai Gow and more! Select an option below to learn more. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, we have the game for you!

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Blackjack

Blackjack
As with most card games, the precise history of the game of blackjack is still being disputed to this day and the true history can only be speculation. The most widely accepted origin of “Blackjack” was derived from a game discovered in France in the 18th Century called ‘Vingt-et-Un’, which is French for ’21’. It is suspected that Vingt-et-Un came from a version adapted from another game called ‘Chemin de Fer’, French for ‘way of the Iron” due to the fact that the cards were kept in an iron box.
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Roulette

Roulette
The term “Roulette” originated from a French word meaning “small wheel”. The origin of the game Roulette is not precisely clear, while some sources state that Blaise Pascal, a 17th Century French mathematician invented the roulette wheel, other sources assert that the game originated in China and was brought to Europe by Dominican monks who were trading with the Chinese.
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Craps

Craps
Dice games have been around for more than 2,000 years. The game of Craps was invented by Sir William of Tyre in 1125 AD during the Crusades. Sir William and his troops came upon a castle which was named “Asart” or “Hazarth” and the dice game became a pastime for them while laying siege to the castle. They called the game Hazard which was named after the castle that was seized.
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Ultimate Texas Hold-em

Ultimate Texas Hold-em
There are several new table games based on Texas Hold’em that have become popular all across casino floors. One of these games is Ultimate Texas Holdem. This game was designed by Roger Snow of ShuffleMaster and is played on a Blackjack style table that can accommodate several Players.
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Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker
Although “Pai Gow” is an ancient Chinese form of entertainment played with domino-like tiles, the game recognized today as “Pai Gow Poker” is a more modern version. Pai Gow traces its roots to the Song Dynasty (960 – 1279), when up to eight Players would arrange four tiles each into two pairs called the “front hand” and the “back hand.” The object of the game is to defeat both of the Banker’s hands, respectively, to claim even money on a wager.
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