Here is a game where the object is for you to draw cards that total
21 or come closer to 21 than the dealer without exceeding 21. All cards
count at face value except for the King, Queen and Jack which count as 10 and the Ace which counts either 1 or 11 as you decide.
Fortune Pai Gow is a poker based game. It is played with a 52-card deck, plus one joker. The joker is a wild card, which may be used as an Ace to complete the Royal Flush only. On each deal the dealer plays against the other players. Each player and the dealer are dealt a 7-card hand after the players have placed their wagers. The dealer rolls 3 dice and counts around the table counter clockwise, starting with himself up to the dice total to determine who gets the first hand which was dealt. The following hands go to the other players in counter-clockwise rotation. All players other than the dealer look at their cards and make two hands from the 7 cards: one has 2 cards, the other 5. The 2 cards in the two-card hand cannot have a higher poker hand value than the five-card hand. (If the two-card hand is a pair, for instance, the five card hand must at least contain a higher pair.) The players place their 2 hands face down. The dealer’s cards are then exposed. The dealer (house) will also make two poker hands from the 7 cards. In addition to the 2-card low hand rule, there are other rules the house must follow when placing cards in each of the two hands.
EZ Baccarat plays the same way as regular mini-baccarat except that it replaces the taking of the commission on every winning Bank wager by “barring” one specific winning Bank hand (the winning Bank hand consisting of three cards and totaling seven points). The appearance of this hand is the “Dragon 7”. It is played with eight (8) standard decks of 52 cards.
Baccarat is an elegant, simple game to play. There are only two decisions you have to make in the game. How much you want to bet, and whether to bet on the Bank or the Player. If you want to bet on the Bank, the casino will collect a 5% vigorish or commission charge on all the money won. The small circle to the right of the Banker betting area is to place the 5% commission prior to the hand being dealt or paid. The commission must be paid at the conclusion of each hand.
In addition to the Blackjack wager there are two optional wagers - Lucky Ladies
and Lucky Ladies Bonus Jackpot. You place these bets at the same time
your primary bet is made.
You are betting on whether or not your first two cards equal a total of twenty.
Additional bonuses are paid if your two cards are suited,
(e.g. Ace of Clubs and Nine of Clubs) or matched
(e.g. two identical cards such as two King of Diamonds). Special bonuses are awarded if your Queen of Hearts pair occurs at
the same time the dealer has a blackjack. The outcome of the primary blackjack bet has no bearing on the Lucky Ladies bet
and vice versa. You can win on one and lose on the other.
In addition to the Blackjack wager there are two optional wagers - Lucky Ladies and Lucky Ladies Bonus Jackpot - which will be paid on hands totaling 20 using the first two cards dealt.
All Lucky Ladies rules apply unless noted below.
All standard PALACE CASINO Blackjack procedures will be used with exceptions. See gaming rules for details.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em features head-to-head play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet. Players and the dealer each receive two cards. They combine them with five community cards to make their best five-card hand. If players bet pre-flop, they may risk 3 times or four times their Ante. If players bet on the flop, they may bet 2 times their Ante. And if they wait until the river - when all the community cards are out - they may only bet 1 times their Ante. Ultimate Texas Hold’em features an optional bet, the Trips Bonus. Players win the Trips Bonus if their final five-card hand is three of a kind or higher. Odds printed on layout.
Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em Progressive is an optional progressive side bet. The bet considers the best hand possible among all the player’s cards.