Below you will find a brief explanation of the casino games we have to offer.
Craps, Blackjack and Roulette are members of the “Big Three” casino games. Our professional dealers are experienced enough to give the best gambler a run for their money, and friendly and courteous enough to teach the most inexperienced beginner.
Often called Twenty-One, blackjack is a popular and fun casino game favorite where everyone plays against the dealer. The dealer gives each player two cards. The dealer also gets two cards: one face down, and the other face up. This is the easiest of the casino games and attracts the most attention for that reason.
The object is to draw cards that total 21, or as close to 21 as possible without going over (busting). Ten, Jack, Queen and King count as ten value. Aces count either as one or eleven, depending on the player’s choice for each hand. Other cards play at their face value. If the player receives an ace and a ten-value card as his or her first two cards, the player has “BlackJack” and will win one and one-half times his or her bet, unless the dealer also has BlackJack.
If the dealer has BlackJack as well, it is a tie. It should be noted that the house stands on all 17s. If the player hits and his or her total is more than 21, then the player has busted and loses. If the player does not go over 21 and the dealer does, the player wins.
One of the fastest moving and most exciting casino games today is Craps. A crew of dealers, each with specific tasks, attends to players as they place bets. Then a player rolls the dice and the excitement begins. It’s a game of betting with or against the dice. These fast-action tables can be intimidating to the beginner, but it’s easy to learn. Our dealers will explain the game as you go. If you are looking for fun and excitement at every turn as well as a game of interaction and socialization this is the game for you.
This is a fast-moving but easy game to play. Just place your bet, the dealer spins the ball and if it lands where you have placed your chip, you win! Many fortunes have been won and lost at this game. There are 36 numbers plus 0 and 00 in a variety of combinations to place bets on. Additional bets include red/black, odd/even, 1 to 18, 19 to 36, first 12 numbers, second 12 numbers and third 12 numbers, three separate column bets and the race track. This game allows everyone to bets as they want with no fear of interfering with anyone else’s outcome. This is a fun and enjoyable game for all and is sure to be busy all night long.
Texas Hold’em Poker
Texas Hold’em is the most popular form of casino poker. It has been popularized by televised poker contests such as the World Poker Tour and the World Series of Poker, which have brought many new players to the game. Texas Hold’em is easy to learn, but it boasts intricate strategy and requires practice, skill and cunning to play well. Yet, the lower limits of the game are forgiving enough to new players.
Place your bets in the different dollar amounts and then hope the wheel lands on your bet. That’s it. Odds are paid according to the number it lands on. I staple at fundraisers.
Everyone loves the “ching ching” of a big jackpot. Our slot machines offer plenty of lights and musical excitement.
Black Jack Switch
Vegas Nights is the only event company to offer this new table game. Sure to impress and challenge your guests. Blackjack Switch is an exciting variation of the game of blackjack that is played in Las Vegas, Russia and around the world. This game allows players to perform a move that would ordinarily be considered cheating-to switch cards around while playing two hands at once! Of course, other rules in the game give the dealer more of an advantage to make up for this unusual player allowance.
The game begins as any other game of blackjack-players place their bets (this time on two separate hands each) and cards are dealt. Players are dealt two two-card hands each, face up, and the dealer takes one hand, placing one card face down. This is where the game gets interesting. Players can switch around their hands, trading cards, if it will improve their odds. Then, players decide to hit, stand, double down, split or surrender their hands. Once the players are finished, the dealer reveals his hand and winners are determined.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is becoming one of the most popular new table games. Players are discovering that Three Card Poker is not only easy to play but it is a lot of fun.
The game is played with a single deck of 52 cards. Three Card Poker is actually two games in one. There is the Play/Ante game where you are playing against the dealer to see who has the highest hand. There is also the Pair Plus game where you are wagering on whether or not you will be dealt a pair or better.
Much of the popularity of Three Card Poker comes from the simplicity of the game. Since you are not playing against the other players a camaraderie can develop amongst the players as they root and cheer for each other to beat the dealer.
Texas Hold’em Bonus
A brand new game to Vegas Nights, it has all the fundamentals of poker but plays easy like Blackjack. Sometimes a regular poker table can take a while to get going at an event. Poker can take a guest full attention and will not play it if he/she wants to socialize. This game fixes all that. It is a great game that only Vegas Nights offers. Be the first to offer this to your guests.
Texas Hold’Em Bonus is a poker-based table game where the player’s 2 hole cards compete against the dealer’s 2 hole cards when combined with a community 5-card board. The players at the table compete only against the dealer, not against each other. The player must Ante before receiving cards. The player looks at his hand, then decides to either fold it (i.e., surrender the Ante), or to bet 2x the Ante and play it. The flop is then dealt. The player next decides to either 1x bet his hand, or check. The turn is then dealt. The player again decides to either 1x bet his hand, or check. Finally, the river is dealt, and the dealer turns up his hand. If the player has the better hand, he receives even money on all his post-flop bets. The Ante only pays even money if the player has a straight or better, else it pushes if the player wins. If the dealer beats the player, the player loses all his bets. All bets push on a tie.
The popularity of the Caribbean Stud has grown immensely over the last few years. Caribbean Stud is played on a blackjack-sized table but is still based on poker. You are playing against the dealer and your hand must beat the dealer’s hand. You do not have to worry about beating the other player’s hands. This keeps the conversation going and your guests putting their efforts into beating the dealer and not each other.
To play, the player must place a bet in the ante circle. The player gets 5 cards face down and the dealer gets 4 cards face down with 1 card exposed. The player looks at their cards and has the option to play or fold. If the Player wishes to play, they have to bet exactly double ante. If the player wishes to fold, they forfeit the ante. After the player has made a decision, the dealer reveals remaining 4 cards. The dealer only plays with Ace and King or higher. If the dealer has Ace and King or higher, the dealer then compares house cards to the player’s cards. If the player’s cards beat the dealer’s cards the player will receive even money (1-1) on the ante, and a bonus amount on the bet.
The Casino War is without doubt the simplest card game available in the casino, but its simplicity doesn’t make it less interesting. If as a kid or teenager, you ever played War or placed bet on the highest card value, then the Casino War will seem immediately enjoyable and familiar. Another game currently only offered by Vegas Nights.
Cards are ranked according to their poker value with a king outranking a queen, and Aces being the highest. A side bet referred to as “Tie Bet” can be played simultaneously, but you can’t play on the Tie Bet alone. All suits of cards (hearts, spades, clubs and diamonds) are of equal ranking.
After all players have placed their bets, all players and the dealer, each gets a card. These cards will be compared with the dealer’s card. If the player’s card is higher, he wins and grabs the cash. If the dealer’s card is higher, the player loses. Really simple, right? In the event of a tie, the player has two choices: the first is to surrender and give up half the bet or the second go to war with the dealer. If a player decides to join the casino war, he needs to raise the bet by an amount comparable his earlier wager. The dealer repeats this step but this is simply just for show. The dealer burns three cards and the player gets one card and the dealer also gets a card. If the player’s second card comparable or beats the dealer’s card then the player wins equal money on the raise only, while the original bet is a push (neither win or lose). But if the dealer’s second card has higher value than the player’s card, the player loses both bets. Tie bet also applies in certain casinos which pay 10-1 if the first two-cards tie.
Let It Ride
Let It Ride is a fun, easy to learn variation of poker played in casinos. You can sit back, relax, and enjoy the leisurely pace of the game. The dealer will help with your bets. The actual play of the game is quite simple with each player trying to make a five-card standard poker hand of at least a pair of tens so they can be paid. If they don’t, the casino takes their bets.
To start the game, a player makes a wager on each of the three betting spots and receives three cards. After looking at their cards, the player may pull back their first bet or let it ride. That’s the fun of the game, having an option to keep the bets going or take them down.
The dealer then exposes one of their two cards and it becomes a part of every player’s hand – their forth card. The player now has a chance to pull back their second bet or let it ride. The third bet must always remain in action. When the players are through with their decisions, the dealer exposes the last community card and now each player has a five-card hand. Payoffs are based on each player’s own five-card hand, the three they started with and the dealer’s two cards.