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Table Games

Amid the hum of chips, friendly conversation and felt, you’ll find the most popular table games. Double down on the fun in the exciting Blackjack Party Pit, enjoy thrice the thrills with Three Card Poker and Let It Ride. Then test your poker face at Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, throw in at Pai Gow or Mini Baccarat. And end the night with a whirl at Roulette and a shot at Craps.

Plus, don’t forget to hit up the high-energy heart of the casino – Gilley's Party Pit – featuring 8 tables directly in front of Gilley's.  Get ready for lots of fun, loud music and a party atmosphere!  Get a suited blackjack or straight or higher on Ultimate Texas Hold'Em with a $10 bet, and get a prize!  We're open Thursday through Sunday.

                                                 "Let It Ride, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Casino War and Three Card Poker
                                                      are trademarks used under license from SHFL Entertainment, Inc."

BLACKJACK ($2,000 Max)

The object of this popular game is to beat the dealer without going over 21. Two cards are dealt to each player as well as the dealer. You are then permitted to receive hit cards to strengthen your total and increase the likelihood of outscoring the dealer.

Cards & Betting
Face cards have a value of 10, aces are valued at 1 or 11, and cards from 2 thru 9 are valued as indicated. Any 10 value card and an Ace is considered blackjack, which pays 3-2. All other bets are even money. Insurance is offered at a rate of 2-1. (This bet allows you to protect all or part of your original wager by betting up to half your original bet.)

House Rules

  • The dealer stands on all 17’s or better
  • You may double on any first two cards except a blackjack
  • You may split any pair up to three times to make four hands
  • You may double down after you split
  • Split aces get one card
  • Blackjack pays 3 to 2
  • Insurance pays 2 to 1

In all discrepancies, the Floorman's decision is final.


3 Ways to Play! 4 Ways to Win!
Three Card Poker is an exciting stud poker game that offers three ways to play and four different ways to win. You may bet against the dealer, bet on the value of your own three-card hand, or bet both. Bonus payouts may be won for certain hands when wagering against the dealer.

Pair Plus
Pair Plus lets you win regardless of the dealer's hand.

In all discrepancies, the Floorman’s decision is final.


Each player places three (3) equal bets as indicated:

The Deal
Each player receives three cards.

The Play
You are not playing against the dealer or the other players. You are simply trying to get the best possible poker hand by using your three cards and two cards called community cards, which the dealer will expose. After looking at the first three cards, you may ask for your first bet back or you may "Let It Ride." The dealer then turns up one community card. You may then ask for your second bet back or you may "Let It Ride." The second community card is then turned over by the dealer. At this point, all winning hands are paid according to the payout schedule on the table layout (pair of 10’s or better, two pair, etc.).

*Check with the "Let It Ride" bonus table for details on winning hands and payouts.


Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em features heads-up play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet. This game gives you several advantages:

  • The earlier you bet, the more you can bet.
  • You don’t have to fold until you see all the community cards.
  • The trips bonus pays odds if your final five-card hand is a three-of-a-kind or better.

Getting Started
Make equal bets in the ante and blind circles. You may also make the optional trips bonus bet. You will then receive two cards.

Bet Big . . . or Small . . . or Not at All
When you get your two hole cards, you can either check or bet 3x or 4x your ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. If you haven’t already made a play bet, you have a choice: check or bet 2x your ante. The dealer then reveals the final two community cards. If you haven’t already made a play bet, you have a choice, fold or bet 1x your ante.

Winning & Losing
The dealer then reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If your hand beats the dealer’s, your Play and ante bets win even money. If the dealer’s hand beats yours, your Play, ante and blind wagers lose. If you tie, these bets push. The blind pays if your winning hand is at least a straight (see layout for odds). If you beat the dealer with less than a straight, it pushes.

Dealer Qualifying
The dealer needs a pair to qualify. When the dealer doesn’t qualify, he returns your ante. All other bets receive action.

In all discrepancies, the Floorman’s decision is final.


Pai Gow Poker is a version of the popular Asian tile game known as Pai Gow. This game is played with a 52-card deck and a single joker, played heads up against the dealer to make the best possible hands. The joker can only be used as an ace or to complete a straight, flush or straight flush.

Getting Started
The game begins by making a wager. Players are dealt seven cards, which they use to make two poker hands. A two-card hand and a five-card hand are made with the highest hand located in the five-card hand and the lowest hand located in the two-card hand. When setting the hands, the two-card hand may not be higher than the five-card hand. The player must beat the dealer on both hands or lose both hands, otherwise a push will occur.

In all discrepancies, the Floorman’s decision is final.


In Baccarat, two hands of cards are dealt (the banker’s and the player’s hands), and you wager on which hand will have the closest point total to 9.


The Table
The inside betting area contains the individual numbers or combinations of numbers on the layout. The outside betting area has boxes for the columns and sections red/black and odd/even.

Betting Options
Inside Bets
There are several inside bets that you can make. You can bet a number straight-up or straddle the line between numbers to select a combination of numbers. The payouts are as follows:



Straight-Up Bet

35 to 1

Split Bet

17 to 1

Single Street

11 to 1

Corner Bet or Quad Bet

8 to 1

Basket Bet

6 to 1

Double Street Bet

5 to 1

Outside Bets (12 consecutive numbers)

2 to 1

Column Bet (12 numbers in column)

2 to 1 

Red Black / Odd Even

even money

In all discrepancies, the Floorman’s decision is final.



The Play
A designated Shooter calls out a number 1 through 6. The Box Person burns that number of cards and the next two cards determine the "Roll." The value of the two cards is added together to determine the roll.

The Cards
When it comes to playing, there is a special deck that is used with only 12 cards. The deck is made up of only six denominations: A, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 for each of the two colors of the cards. There are six cards of each color for a total of 12 cards.

Betting Options
We'll offer five times the odds.

Betting and the Table
Pass Line

  • When you play the "Pass Line" and the dealer deals a 7 or 11 on the first hand, you win.
  • If the dealer deals a 2, 3 or 12 (Craps) you lose.
  • If any other number is dealt (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10), it becomes your "Point." Your "Point" must be dealt again before 7 for you to win.

Don't Pass

  • When you play the "Don't Pass" and the first hand is dealt 3 or 2 (Craps), you win. If the hand is dealt 12, you push.
  • If the hand is dealt 7 or 11, you lose.
  • If any other number is dealt (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10), it becomes the "Point." Your bet will be moved behind that number.
    You are betting against the "Point." Therefore, the 7 must be dealt before the "Point" for you to win.

The "Field" is a one-time bet and may be played at any time. Winning "Field" numbers are 2 (pays double), (3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 (pays even), and 12 (pays double)

We also offer Buy Bets, Lay Bets, Hard Way Bets, and all of the 2, 3, 11, 12 Bets.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask our friendly Dealers and Floor Supervisors for assistance.

See you at the table.