We use original casino equipment (no cheap imitations!). Our staff are all professionally trained croupiers and selected as much for their personality as their dealing ability.
Poker - 10 Players
Poker is played solely among the players. There is NO commission taken. The dealer is simply there to deal the cards and provide entertainment for the players.
Blackjack – 14 Players
The basic rules of the game involve adding the value of an initial two card hand in the hope of being dealt a value of twenty-one. If a value of less than twenty-one is dealt, the player may choose to be dealt single cards until they either reach a value of twenty one, reach a value they feel comfortable to play, or reach a value that exceeds twenty-one. The winner holds a hand with a value of, or nearest to, twenty-one without exceeding it.
Roulette – up to 20 Players
Roulette is a casino game named after a French diminutive for “little wheel”. In the game, players may choose to place bets on either a single number or a range of numbers, the colours red or black, or whether the number is odd or even.
Baccarat – 14 Players
The objective of Baccarat is to draw a two or three card hand that totals closer to 9 than the banker.
Craps – 10 Players
Craps is a dice game in which players place wagers on the outcome of the roll or a series of rolls of two dice.
Unders & Overs – 6 Players
The game is played with 2 dice. A player wagers on the total of the dice being under 7, equal to 7 or over 7.
Money Wheel – 10 Players
The odds paid on the money wheel are determined by the section of the wheel in which the result stays. The sections on the wheel correspond with sections on the layout the players can elect to bet on. Players are encouraged to step right up and spin the wheel.
Crown & Anchor – 6 Players
The game is played between a player and a banker. A canvas or felt mat marked with the six symbols is used for play. The player places bets on one or more symbols. He then throws the three dice. If there is a bet on any symbol which comes up on one or more of the dice, the banker pays the player the amount of his stake for each die showing that symbol: even money if one, 2:1 if two, and 3:1 if three. If the symbol doesn’t come up, the player loses his bet.
Two Up – Up to 20 Players
Players wager on whether the coins will fall with both (obverse) heads up, both (reverse) tails up, or with one coin a head, and one a tail (known as ‘Odds’).