Our Games

Our services include the casino style tables, professional dealers, and all the money and accessories to make your casino night event a success. 

Customize your casino party and choose from the following games.

Roulette (7-10 Players)

In the game of Roulette, players may choose to bet on either a single number or range of numbers, the colors Red or Black, or whether the number is Odd or Even. The dealer will then spin the ball on the roulette wheel and whatever number the ball falls in will be the winning number.

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Black Jack (Up to 7 Players)

Blackjack, also known as 21, is the most widely played casino game. The object of this game is to beat the dealer without going over the total of 21.

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​Craps-Casino Style (8-10 Players)

Craps is a dice game in which you make wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, on a pair of dice. Some complex betting may be involved, but it is good for the more experienced gambler or someone wanting to learn something new. 

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Poker (8-10 Players)

Poker is a family of card games, involving betting and individual play, whereby the winner is determined by the ranking and combinations of their cards, some of which remain hidden till the end of play. The most popular of these variations of Poker is TEXAS HOLD-EM but other variations can be requested and discussed prior to your event.

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BackAlly Craps-Street Craps (8-10 players)

Back-Ally Craps is a simplified version of Casino Craps. Back-Ally is a dice game in which you make wagers of the outcome of the of the roll, or a series of rolls with a pair of dice. Very user friendly and usually a hit at parties.

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Money-Wheel (8-10 Players)

Money Wheel or Crown and Anchor is a very user friendly game, with players just guessing the symbol or money amount the wheel is going to land on. Always a beginner's favorite.​

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Cash Crib, Carribian Stud, and 3-Card Poker also Available

Cash Crib, Caribbean Stud Poker, and 3-Card Poker also Available

Minimum of two tables per event.