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Thunder Valley Casino Resort
Lincoln, CA
Table Games at Thunder Valley Casino Resort:
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Games: 7 Up Pai Gow Poker, Baccarat, Bet'em All Blackjack, Blackjack, Blackjack Switch, Craps, Criss Cross Poker, Dealer Bluff Poker, Fortune Pai Gow, Four Card Poker, Free Bet Blackjack, Lucky Lucky, Mississippi Stud Poker, Mystery Card Roulette, Poker, Spanish 21, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em
7 Up Pai Gow Poker
7 Up Pai Gow Poker
7 Up Pai Gow Poker is pai gow poker variant played with a 53-card deck, consisting of a standard 52 card deck and one joker. This joker acts as a bug, and may either complete a straight, flush, straight flush, or act as an Ace. It plays like conventional pai gow poker except in which all the dealer cards are exposed first. If the dealer has exactly an ACE-high hand “paigow”, then the hand will automatically resolve in a push. There is also a side bet titled "Push Ace High" bonus bet, the wins are indicated in the Push Ace High table. 7 Up Pai Gow PokerOpen in New Window
Baccarat
Baccarat
Baccarat is a comparing card game played between two hands, the "player" and the "banker". Each baccarat coup (round of play) has three possible outcomes: "player" (player has the higher score), "banker", and "tie".In baccarat, cards have a point value: cards two through nine are worth face value (in points); tens, jacks, queens and kings have no point value (i.e. are worth zero); aces are worth 1 point; jokers are not used. Hands are valued according to the rightmost digit of the sum of their constituent cards. For example, a hand consisting of 2 and 3 is worth 5, but a hand consisting of 6 and 7 is worth 3 (i.e., the 3 being the rightmost digit in the combined points total of 13). The highest possible hand value in baccarat is therefore nine. WikipediaOpen in New Window
Bet'em All Blackjack
Bet'em All Blackjack
A New Spin on A Casino Classic. Place Bet’em All wagers on your friends’ hands and also jump on the hot hands across the table! You can even double down on your Bet’em All wagers, insure your Bet’em All wager against a dealer Blackjack, take even money with a Blackjack against the dealer’s Ace, and Bet’em All wagers cannot split but can ride on the first hand of a split! Visit the Table Games for more details on this fun new experience! http://www.betemallblackjack.com/Open in New Window
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
Blackjack Switch
Blackjack Switch
Blackjack Switch is played with four, six or eight 52-card decks which are shuffled together. The shuffled cards are dealt from a dealing shoe or a shuffling machine. A semicircular card table with a similar layout to blackjack is used. Each playing position has two betting boxes, rather than one, and the initial wagers these two boxes must be identical. However, each corresponds to a separate hand; during play they may be doubled and split independently, and are resolved separately. In the initial deal, the dealer puts one card face up on each box of each playing position starting from his left, deals a face-up card to himself, and then a further card to each box left to right. After resolving any side bet, the dealer then consults each player in turn, initially asking them whether they wish to "switch" their top cards. For example, if the player is dealt 10-5 and 6-10, then the player may switch to transform the two hands into 10-10 and 6-5. After a player has made a decision whether or not to switch, the dealer offers him the chance to hit, stand or double, firstly for the hand on the player's right-hand box, then for the one on the left. As in blackjack, a player hand which exceeds 21 is "bust"; its cards are removed and its backing wager acquired by the house. When all players have been consulted, the dealer plays out his hand according to blackjack-style drawing rules, with the difference that a dealer hand of 22 is not a bust but a push (a tie) against any surviving player hand; the only exception is a player blackjack which has not been obtained by switching or splitting. The small variations in dealer drawing rules between casinos which are found in blackjack are also found in Blackjack Switch, such as whether the dealer must stand or hit on soft 17 (a hand totalling 7 but containing an ace), whether even money/insurance is offered, whether a player may double after a split, and whether a player may hit split aces. WikipediaOpen in New Window