Table Games

If cards are your thing, Grand Casino has your game!

From Blackjack, Spinnette, Craps, and Ultimate Texas Hold ĎEm, Grand Casino offers card players a wide range of choices for the beginning player to the card sharp. And, the winning gets even hotter with monthly and annual poker tournaments.

Learn to Play

Learn how to play the most popular games in the casino. Before you sit down to play our table games you will want to learn these essentials of the game to insure yourself a better chance of winning!

Grand Casino offers all the classic table games of a top-notch Las Vegas casino, including a generous selection of challenging table games for seasoned players, as well as beginner-friendly choices for newcomers. Enjoy blackjack, spinette, craps, three card poker and ultimate Texas hold Ďem.

The object of Blackjack is to beat the dealerís hand without going over 21 (bust).


Cards are worth face value with the exception of Kings, Queens and Jacks which are worth 10 and Aces are worth 1 or 11.

  • If the value of your hand is closer to 21 than the dealers without busting you win.
  • If the hands are of equal value you push. Your money is returned.
  • If the total is over 21 (a busted hand) you lose regardless of whether the dealer also bust.
Six (6) decks of cards are used and are shuffled after completion of play at the end of the shoe.


If your first two (2) cards are the same (alike ie: K and K or 10 and 10), you may split them into two separate hands. The second wager must be the same as the first original bet. You may then proceed and play each hand. If the two cards are Aces you will only receive one card on each hand, unless another ace shows Ė then you may resplit up to 3 times.


When you have been dealt the initial first 2 cards you may ďdouble downĒ. The wager is doubled and only one card is issued.


Insurance is a side bet within Blackjack, which gives you a chance to protect yourself (bet) from the dealer having a Blackjack when the dealer first card is an Ace up. The insurance wager is up to half of your original bet. If the dealer has a Blackjack you lose your original bet and get paid 2 to 1 on the insurance bet.


The dealer must draw cards until he/she has at least 17. The dealer must stand on all 17ís or higher.
Payout Table

Winning Hand
1 to 1
3 to 2
2 to 1

Spinette is played with a wheel and 38 cards. Consisting of Suits, with 18 Red numbers, 18 Black numbers, and two (2) Green Jokers. Also on the layout are spaces for betting Red or Black, Odd or Even, 1st 12, 2nd 12 and 3rd 12 and the four suits which consist of Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds and Spades.

A player may bet as many or as few spaces as he/ she likes as long as they meet the Table minimum. Maximum Pay out inside is $1000 total and outside is $1000 per bet.


The players will place their bets and the dealer will spin the wheel. The dealer will alert the players that there will be no more bets and wait for the wheel to stop. When the wheel comes to a complete stop the dealer will pull the card from the wheel and place it face up on the table and mark the spot with a dolly. The dealer will then take away all losing bets and begin to pay out the winners in the correct order. Player will not be allowed to touch any bets until the dolly has been removed from the winning number.


Odd and Even
1 to 1
1 to 1
1st 12 Numbers
2 to 1
2nd 12 Numbers
2 to 1
3rd 12 Numbers
2 to 1
3 to 1
Corners (4 numbers)
8 to 1
Splits (2 numbers)
17 to 1
Straight Up (1 number)
35 to 1


Streets (3 numbers)
11 to 1
Double Street (6 numbers)
5 to 2
Basket (5 numbers)
6 to 1

Craps with cards is easy to play and lots of fun. It is just like the dice game except cards are used to determine the ďrollĒ. Players toss a cube and the number that lands face up indicates the number of burn cards. The next two cards of alternating color are flipped to make up the call. Once the call has been established, game play is the same as traditional craps. Any of our friendly dealers will be happy to help you learn the game. Good luck!

  • With two shufflers there is no down time between rolls. The shooter will call 1, 2 or 3, resembling the amount of cards to be burned, and the next two cards flipped over is the roll.
  • Each roll uses a fresh deck, this ensures that we have true odds. Otherwise it is business as usual.
  • Make a pass line bet and win on a 7 or 11 on the come out roll, while any 2, 3 or 12 (craps) will lose. Any other number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10) becomes your point.
  • Repeat your point number before you roll a 7 to win your pass line bet.


Place Bets
  • $5
  • 4 or 10
  • Pays $9
  • $5
  • 5 or 9
  • Pays $7
  • $6
  • 6 or 8
  • Pays $7
Pass Line / Come Odds
Pays even money

Free Odds (Behind the Pass Line or Don't Pass)
  • 4 or 10 pays 2 to 1
  • 5 or 9 pays 3 to 2
  • 6 or 8 pays 6 to 5
  • 4 or 10 pays 1 to 2
  • 5 or 9 pays 2 to 3
  • 6 or 8 pays 5 to 6


Pay even money except for the 2 or 12 which pay 2 to 1


Any Craps
7 to 1
Any Seven
4 to 1
15 to 1

Hard Ways

Remain up until called off, the number appears easy, or the shooter 7's out

Hard 4 and 10 pays
7 to 1
Hard 6 and 8 pays
9 to 1

Ultimate Texas Holdíem features heads-up play against the dealer and optional Bonus bet. This game gives you several advantages:

  • The earlier you bet, the more you can bet.
  • You donít have to fold until you see all the community cards.
  • The Trips bonus pays off if your final five-card hand is a three-of-a-kind or better.


Make equal bets in the Ante and Blind circles. You may also make the optional Trips bonus bets. You will then receive two cards.


When you get your two hole cards, you can either check or bet 3 or 4 times your Ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. If you havenít already made a Play bet, you have a choice:check or bet 2 times your Ante. The dealer then reveals the final two community cards. If you havenít already made a Play bet, you have a choice: fold or bet 1x your Ante.


The dealer then reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If your hand beats the dealerís your Play and Ante bets win even money. If the dealerís hand beats yours, your Play, Ante and Blind wagers lose. If you tie, those bets push. The Blind pays if your winning hand is at least a Straight. If you beat the dealer with less than a Straight, it pushes.


The dealer needs a pair to qualify. When the dealer doesnít qualify, he returns your Ante. All other bets receive action.


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 held for certain hands when wagering against the dealer.


Pair Plus lets you bet against your own hand. If your hand contains a pair or better, you win!


Ante lets you play against the dealerís hand. Itís just your cards against the dealerís. If you bet ANTE and like your hand, you must place an equal wager on the PLAY spot. Itís your three card poker hand against the dealerís three card poker hand, and the best hand wins!


Itís you and your cards for a pair or better; itís you and the dealer for the best three card poker hand. You must also make the PLAY wager or you will forfeit the ANTE wager.


If you make the ANTE and PLAY wagers, you may win a bonus payout even if the dealer doesnít qualify, and even if the dealerís hand beats your hand.

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