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Table Games available at Boot Hill Casino & Resort.

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Games: Blackjack, Chase the Flush, Craps, Dead Man's Hand Blackjack, Mississippi Stud Poker, Roulette, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em
Blackjack is a comparing card game between a player and dealer, meaning players compete against the dealer but not against other players. It is played with one or more decks of 52 cards. The objective of the game is to beat the dealer in one of the following ways: Get 21 points on the player's first two cards (called a "blackjack" or "natural"), without a dealer blackjack; Reach a final score higher than the dealer without exceeding 21; or Let the dealer draw additional cards until his or her hand exceeds 21. Wikipedia
Chase the Flush
Chase the Flush is a poker-based game with the goal of having a higher flush than the dealer. It follows a similar bet structure as Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em with the flush scoring of High Card Flush. The Wizard of Odds
Craps is a dice game in which the players make wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other (playing "street craps", also known as "shooting dice" or "rolling dice") or a bank (playing "casino craps", also known as "table craps", or often just "craps"). Wikipedia
Dead Man's Hand Blackjack
Dead Man’s Hand Blackjack is an exciting game based on the legendary Aces and Eights “Dead Man’s Hand,” made famous by the death of old west gunfighter James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok. Dead Man’s Hand Blackjack is a traditional Blackjack game with an optional bonus wager that pays the player when receiving one or more ACES and /or EIGHTS in reference to the legendary “Dead Man’s poker Hand” (two pair of ACES & EIGHTS). Players must make the bonus wager at the same time as the Blackjack bet; the bonus wager is a one-time water. If the player is dealt no ACES or EIGHTS on their first two cards, the wager is lost. If the player is dealt one of the following hands, the wager is paid immediately. 5. If the player has a pair of ACES or a pair of EIGHTS (and the dealer has a BLACKJACK) the player will WIN at a higher premium payout rate. Otherwise if the dealer does not have a Blackjack, the player must split their pair of ACES or a pair of EIGHTS to increase their chance of a higher payout. The player’s payout odds will increase with each additional Two-Card soft nineteens received. Players with a pair of ACES or a pair of EIGHTS may choose not to split their pair and just hit or stand. Will only be paid at Double the odds they would have received if they had exactly one ACE or one EIGHT on their initial first two cards. The same payout applies after a player splits their pair (and the outcome results in no two-card soft-nineteens). Boot Hill Casino & Resort
Mississippi Stud Poker
Mississippi stud was created to make seven-card stud play better at no limit and pot limit, and is slowly becoming popular for that reason. It is also often played with a betting structure more typical of limit Texas hold 'em: fixed limit with the last two rounds double the limit of the first two. The bring-in should be less than the first-round limit. Initial deal is as in standard seven-card stud. After the first betting round, two upcards are dealt to each player, so each now has two down and three up (so unlike standard stud there is no betting on "fourth street"). A second betting round is followed by one more upcard and a third betting round. Finally, the last card is dealt face up, so that each player ends with two downcards and five upcards. Because each player has five upcards on the last round, straights, flushes, and full houses count as "high hand exposed" for the purpose of determining who must bet first. After the seventh street bet there is a normal showdown. Can also be played with low hands, or high-low split. If three downcards are dealt initially instead of two, with the restriction that no more than two of them can be used in the final hand, this variation is called Murrumbidgee stud. Wikipedia