Bring the excitement of Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Monte Carlo to your next event with our casino rentals! We offers a wide array of Casino Games perfect for your event. Whether your favorite game is Roulette, Craps, Texas Hold’em or Blackjack, our awesome dealers and professional grade tables are sure to make your next Casino Fundraiser, Las Vegas Night or Casino Party unforgettable!
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How Blackjack is played:
Blackjack is one of our most popular Casino Game Rentals. The goal of blackjack is to get 21 points or as close to 21 points as you can without going over. Players play against a dealer. The game can be played with one to eight 52 card decks. Each card is assigned a point value. The value of a hand is the sum of the point value of each card in the hand. Aces can count as either 1 or 11 points. Tens and face cards are worth ten points, and 2-9 are worth face value. The best hand a player can have is called a “blackjack” and is an ace and any single card with a value of ten. A blackjack will outrank any other hand adding up to 21.
First, each player will place their bets. Once all bets have been made, each player is dealt two cards face up. The dealer is dealt two cards; one facing up and the other (the hole card) face down. If the dealer has an ace showing they will offer “insurance” to the players. Insurance is a side bet that pays 2 to 1 odds if the dealers hole card is any 10 point card. Insurance is optional and has a maximum bet of half the original bet. If the dealer’s face up card is a 10 or an ace they will peek at their hole card (after offering insurance if an ace is showing) too see if they have blackjack. If the dealer has blackjack then they will immediately show their hole card and the game is over. In this situation the dealer wins unless a player also has blackjack in which case it is a “push” (tie). If the dealers does not have blackjack, play proceeds as follows:
- The dealer starts with the player furthest to their left. The player can choose from the following moves:
- Stand: If the player is satisfied with their hand and doesn’t want any more cards they “stand” and their turn is over.
- Hit: A hit is when a player draws another card (or several) in an attempt to get their hand closer to 21. A player can hit as many times as they want until they reach or go over 21. If the player exceeds 21 points they “bust” and loose.
- Double: A double is when a player doubles their bet and receives one (and only one) additional card.
- Split: With a pair or any two 10 point cards a player can double their bet and split their hand in to two hands. The dealer will then give each hand a second card. Now the player can hit, stand or double normally. When splitting aces each hand can only receive one additional card. Rules on splitting vary a bit depending on house rules. Sometimes you can re-split aces… sometimes you cannot. Most of the times you can continue to re-split up to four hands. When you receive a 10 point card after splitting aces the hand is counted as a 21 and not a blackjack.
Once each player has had their turn the dealer will turn over their hole card. If the dealer’s hand is 16 or less they have to hit. In some cases the dealer will hit a 17. This is when the dealer has an ace and any six point card. This is known as a “soft 17”. If the dealer exceeds 21 then they busted and any player who has not busted will win. If the dealer does not bust then the higher hand between any player and the dealer will win. Winning hands pay even odds unless its a blackjack in which case it pays at 3 to 2 odds.
Our Blackjack tables make the perfect event entertainment for: Corporate Events, Holiday Parties, Casino Nights, Homecoming & Prom Entertainment, Fundraisers and more! Call us today for a free, no pressure price quote to have our Blackjack Table Rentals delivered to you anywhere in the US! Our Blackjack tables can accommodate 6-7 people at once and can be set up for either standing or sitting play heights (3’L x 6’W x 30″H) Requires (10’L x 10’W with chairs).
LET ‘EM FLY!
Craps, a true game of chance, is played by throwing a pair of dice across a Craps table in hopes of winning big! While Craps can sometimes look confusing; it is really as simple as betting that the shooter (player throwing the dice) rolls the number they need to win. Craps is a very exciting game and usually draws the biggest crowds. No casino night is complete without a Craps table. Call us today to find out how you can rent a Craps table for your next party!
How to play Craps:
Craps is played by throwing two dice across a table and the combined number of the dice rolled determines whether you win or loose the bet. While there is only one shooter at a time, multiple players can bet on the same roll at once. All players are betting against the house and take turns shooting the dice. A player can pass on their turn to shoot the dice if they want.
While there are other bets that can be made; the most common bet is called “pass the line” which pays 1 to 1 odds. Basically there are two types of roll; the first of which is called the “come out roll”.
- On the come out roll:
- If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, then the bet is automatically won by any players betting on that roll and the series ends.
- If a shooter rolls 2, 3, or 12 (also known as craps), then they crap out and all bettors lose their wagers and the series ends.
- If a shooter rolls any other number, then that number becomes the shooter’s point and the series continues. When the series continues the shooter continues to roll the dice with the goal of rolling their point again before they roll a 7. If any number other than the shooter’s point or a 7 is rolled then nothing happens and the shooter rolls again. If the point is rolled, then all pass the line bets win and the series ends. If the shooter rolls a 7 then all pass the line bets lose and the series ends.
And that’s it! That is all you need to know to play Craps. The game is a ton of fun and exciting for players and spectators alike. Contact us today for more information on how you can rent one of our awesome Craps tables and have it delivered for your next event. We provide Craps tables for events of all kinds across the entire United States. We offer 14′ Craps tables which accommodate 16 – 18 people at one time. (4’L x 14’W x 3’H). Requires (8’L x 18’W); 8′ Craps tables which accommodate 8 – 12 people at one time. (8’L x 4’W x 3’H). Requires (8’L x 12’W); and 6′ tables which accommodate 6 – 8 people at one time. (6’L x 3’W x 3’H). Requires (8’L x 10’W).
ARE YOU FEELING LUCKY?!
First played in France all the way back in the 17th century, Roulette is one of the most popular casino games in Europe. In fact, no Monte Carlo themed casino night is quite complete without a Roulette table. With up to 8 players betting against the house at once, Roulette is a great group activity. The house is represented by a dealer who handles bets, payouts and is in charge of spinning the Roulette Wheel. Unlike many other casino games, with roulette, players are given special colored chips. Each player is assigned their own color. This is to ensure bets do not get mixed up on the roulette table. These special colored chips are then exchanged for regular cash casino chips when a player is finished playing.
How to play Roulette:
Roulette is not very complicated; however, there are many different bets you can make which pay out at different odds. In the United States, Roulette wheels have 38 pockets where the ball can land. Numbers 1 through 36, a 0 and a 00. Players bet that the ball will land in a specific pocket by placing their chips on a specific place on the roulette table which corresponds with the numbered pocket or pockets in which they think the ball will land. At the beginning of a round, the dealer will pause for a minute, allowing players to decide on their bets. The dealer will then spin the wheel and throw the ball. When the ball falls from the track to the wheel the dealer will announce “no more bets”. When the ball lands in a pocket the dealer will place a marker on the winning number on the board (or chips) and clear all loosing bets. The dealer will then pay out any winning bets.
There are many different ways to bet in Roulette. Bets are split into two groups called inside and outside bets. Some bets are as follows:
- Inside bets are when a player bets on a specific number or a series of numbers. While these bets pay out less often… the payouts are better than outside bets.
- A straight up pays 35 to 1 odds. This bet is played by placing your chips on any single number on the table.
- A Split bet pays 17 to 1. This is a bet on any two adjacent numbers is played by placing chips on the line between the two numbers.
- A Street bet pays out at 11 to 1. This bet covers three numbers. Place your chips on the line outside of the three numbers in the row where you want to win.
- A Corner bet pays out at 8 to 1. Some people call this a quarter or square bet. It’s a bet where four numbers’ corners come together that makes a square.
- A Five-number bet, this is the worst odds at the table, pays out 6 to 1 and is where the player bets on the numbers 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3. You place the chip on the outside corner line between the 1 and the 0.
- A Six-number bet pays out at 5 to 1 and covers two adjoining rows of numbers.
Outside bets are when a player bets on a group of numbers outside the 38 numbers on the table. These bets win more often but have lower payouts.
- A Dozens bet pays 2 to 1 and is where you bet on on either the first (1-12), second (13-24) or third (25-36) dozen numbers on the table.
- A Red or Black bet pays out even odds. This is simply a bet that the ball will land on either red or black.
- A Low or High bet pays even money. It is a bet if the ball will land on either numbers 1-18 if you bet low, or numbers 19-36 if you bet high.
- A Columns bet pays 2 to 1. There are three columns of twelve numbers on the table. This bet wins if the ball lands on any number in the column you chose.
- An Odd or Even bet also pays out even odds and is a bet that the ball will land on either an odd or even number.
Roulette offers a wide variety of ways for players to place their bets. It is truly an intense game filled with anticipation as players watch the ball spin around the wheel hoping it will land on their number. We deliver and set up roulette table rentals across the entire United States. If you are hosting a casino night or are just looking for a unique way to spice up your next fundraiser, you need this at your event! Call us today to find out how we can help kick your next event up a few notches with our roulette table rentals!
We offer two Roulette Table options. Our Standard Roulette tables accommodate 10-12 people playing at once and can be setup at either sit down or stand up heights. (4’L x 8’W x 3’H). Requires (8’L x 12’W). With our Double Roulette Table 20-24 people can play at once. The double Roulette table can be setup at either sit down or stand up heights. (4’L x 16’W x 3’H). Requires (8’L x 20’W).
Caribbean Stud Poker
Play against the house!
Unlike traditional poker where players play against each other, Caribbean Stud Poker is played against the house, represented by a dealer. The game is played on a table which looks similar to a Blackjack table. The game begins with the ante, which is a minimum first bet. Once players place their ante, the dealer will deal each player and themselves a 5 card hand. Once the cards are dealt, the dealer will flip over their top card and then push the players’ hands to them. The players can then look at their cards. At this point, the players decide if they have a good hand or not. If the player doesn’t feel they have a good hand, they can fold and they will loose their ante. If the player thinks they have a good hand, they can then raise by placing an additional bet which is always twice the value of the ante. Once the raises have been made, the dealer then flips their 4 hole cards to see if they qualify. The dealer only qualifies if (a) their hand contains both an ace and a king or (b) contains any pair or any other standard poker hand. If the dealer’s hand doesn’t qualify, then antes are paid even money and all raise bets are a push (meaning they are a tie and therefore returned to the players). If the dealer’s hand qualifies, then the dealer will compare their hand to the players’ hands one at a time to see who has the better hand. If the dealer has a better hand, then the house wins and the player looses their ante and raise. If the player has the better hand the dealer pays the bet to the player. The ante is paid out at even money while the raise payout depends on the hand and can range anywhere from 1 to 1 odds for a single pair to 100 to 1 odds for a royal flush. Our Caribbean Stud Poker tables can accommodate 6-7 people at once and can be set up for either standing or sitting play heights (3’L x 6’W x 30″H) Requires (10’L x 10’W with chairs).
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The beginning of every round two players at the table post blinds, or forced bets that begin the betting. Without these blinds, the game would be required to put any money into the pot and it would be hard to get the action started. The game begins with each player being dealt 2 face down cards (hole cards). Players use their hole cards combined with the community cards in the middle to make the best five card hand they can. Once the players have their hole cards, they can raise, call or fold. This stage of the game is known as the pre-flop. Once the first round of betting has finished, three shared cards are dealt to the middle of the table, this is called the flop. This is followed by another round of betting and then another card (the turn) is dealt to the middle. Another round of betting is completed then a final card (the river) is dealt to the middle. This is followed by one final round of betting. There are two ways the game can end. The first, known as the “showdown” is when all remaining players turn over their hole cards to see who has the best hand. The second way a game can end is when a player bets so much that all other players fold. This is the most common way for the game to end. So, you don’t have to have the best hand… just the best poker face. Our Texas Hold’em tables can accommodate 9-10 players at a time and can be setup at either stand up or sit down heights. (4′ L x 8’W x 30″H). Requires (10’L x 14’W).
Three Card Poker
The Best Of Both Worlds
Kind of like poker and blackjack combined, Three Card Poker is a popular form of poker where players play against the dealer to see who can form the best poker hand from just three cards. The game starts with an ante wager. Once players have placed their ante, the dealer will deal three face down cards to each player and themselves. Players can then look at their hand and decide whether to fold (in which case they forfeit their ante) or to place and additional bet called the “play wager”. If the player decides to place a play wager, then the hands are exposed and wagers are resolved. In order for the dealer hand to play, it must be a queen high or better. If the dealer hand doesn’t play, then there is no action on play wagers and antes are paid out at 1 to 1 odds. If the dealer hand does play, then the player hands are compared with the dealer’s hand. If the dealer has a better hand, then the player looses both the ante and play wagers. If the player’s hand is better than the dealer’s, both the ante and play wager are paid at 1 to 1. If the hands tie, then there is no pay out on either bet. Those are the basics on how to play three card poker. There are also ante bonuses as well as a side bet called part plus which pay out at higher odds depending on the players’ hands. Our three card poker tables can be setup in both sit down and stand up heights. (3’L x 6’W x 30″H). Requires (10’L x 10’W with chairs). We can deliver our Three Card Poker Tables anywhere in the U.S. Call us today to find out how you can have Three Card Poker at your next event.
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