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Chumash Casino Resort
Santa Ynez, CA
Table Games at Chumash Casino Resort:
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Games: Blackjack, EZ Baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow, Four Card Poker, Mississippi Stud Poker, Mystery Card Roulette, Poker, Spanish 21, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em
Blackjack
Blackjack
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. WikipediaOpen in New Window
EZ Baccarat
EZ Baccarat
The rules followed standard baccarat except on the Banker bet: (1) all wins pay even money, and (2) if the banker wins with a three-card total of 7, then the banker bet will push. There are a couple of side bets added, the Dragon 7 and Panda 8. The Wizard of OddsOpen in New Window
Fortune Pai Gow
Fortune Pai Gow
Fortune Pai Gow is a variation of Pai Gow Poker which allows players to make a side bet on a poker hand ranking of trips or better. If another player has 4-of-a-kind or better, the player making the Fortune Bet will get an "Envy Bonus" payout. WikipediaOpen in New Window
Four Card Poker
Four Card Poker
The player can place an ante bet or an "Aces Up" bet or both. Five playing cards are dealt to the player, while the dealer is dealt five cards face down and a sixth card face up. Both the player and the dealer make their best four-card hands. The dealer's advantages are in having an extra card and the fact that if the player folds, he will lose his ante, even if his hand turns out to be better than the dealer's. After seeing his cards and the dealer's face up card, the player can opt to fold the ante bet, in which case he loses it, or play by betting 1-3 times his ante. Unlike three card poker and some other games, the dealer always qualifies (plays). If the player ties or beats the dealer, he is paid the amount he has bet. A bonus is paid if the player has a three of a kind (2-1 for the original ante bet only), straight flush (20-1), or four of a kind (25-1). This bonus is paid out even if the dealer's hand is better than the player's; however, in this situation, the player would still lose his ante bets. The Aces Up bet depends solely on the player's hand. If he has a pair of aces or better, he wins, otherwise he loses. The dealer's hand is immaterial. The payout for a win can range from 1-1 for a pair of aces to 50-1 for four of a kind, the best possible hand. Various payout variations are possible, depending on the casino, resulting in a house edge ranging from 1.98% to 6.15%. WikipediaOpen in New Window
Mississippi Stud Poker
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. WikipediaOpen in New Window