Table Games

Table Games

More Tables! More Spots! More Action!

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Monarch Casino Resort Spa is the area’s premier gaming destination.  Whether you prefer your stakes high or low, playing against the house or other guests, with your favorite bonus or progressive wagers, you’ll find plenty of gaming options to keep you entertained! 

We have friendly and helpful dealers. Not only are they experts on every table game from baccarat to craps, but our dealers are also the eyes and ears of the Casino. We welcome you to ask them about anything Casino-related, from learning how to play a new table game to directions and recommendations on where to eat.

 

Video Table Games Now Open

 

Electronic table games are open to play today.  Play Roulette, Black Jack and Craps a classic table games experience with high-tech excitement of every flip of the card and roll of the dice.

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Black Jack

Blackjack

Shoe or Double Deck

Side Bets 

  • Bust Bonus - Win up to 75 times your wager when the dealer busts!
  • 21+3 - Enjoy the best of both Blackjack and Three Card Poker on one table!
  • Streak Blackjack - Get on a heater! The more hands in a row you win, the greater the payoff. (Coming Soon)
  • Lucky Ladies – Bet on your first two cards equaling to 20.(Coming Soon)
  • Blazing 7s - The Blazing 7s is an exciting blackjack side bet that's based on 7s. The more 7s you gets, the more you win!(Coming Soon)

Craps

Craps

  • Sharp Shooter—Play this exciting side bet for craps that rewards a hot roll. More pay-outs. More often.
  • Bonus Craps
    • All Small - Bet on hitting 2-6 before hitting a 7 and win up to 35 times your wager!
    • All Tall - Bet on hitting 8-12 before hitting a 7 and win up to 35 times your wager!
    • Make 'Em All - Bet on hitting 2-12 before hitting a 7 and win up to 175 times your wager!

Baccarat

Baccarat, also known as Punto Banco, is one of the oldest and most popular games in casinos all over the world.

There are three ways to make a wager at the Baccarat table.  One may bet the player, banker or tie.  Two cards are dealt to the player and two cards are dealt to the banker.  The terms player and banker are just names for the two hands.  The hand with a point total closest to 9 wins.

Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker is a variation of the Chinese domino game Pai Gow.

Each guest will receive 7 cards and from them will set a 5 card (high Hand) and 2 card (Low Hand) according to the poker rankings, the High Hand must have a greater poker value than the Low Hand.  A Joker is utilized in this game and is a Semi-Wild, meaning it can either complete a Straight, Flush, Straight Flush, Royal Flush, or may act as an Ace.  Every guest plays against the dealer's hand, which causes the table to often win and lose together, resulting in a fun and social game.

Three Card Progressive Poker

Featuring three ways to play and four ways to win.

Roulette

Simply pick your numbers, colors, even or odd, and win when the ball lands in your spot.

DJ Wild Stud Poker

DJ Wild Stud Poker is an exciting 5-card poker game against the dealer where anything can happen.  All the twos and a Joker in the deck are wild, resulting in the possibility to hit a 5 of a kind with your next hand.  The unique two way Bad Beat pays out whether you win or loose a hand where three of a kind is beaten.  With the top Bad Beat of $10,000 to $1 it's a bet worth making.

Mississippi Stud

 (coming soon)

Mississippi Stud is a poker game where wins are based on the player's final five-card hand consisting of three community cards and two player cards.  Guests compete against a pay table rather than the dealer, and win if their hand is a pair of Jacks or better.  The skill is in determining how much to bet, raise or fold as the cards are revealed.

Ultimate Texas Holdem

 (coming soon)

A Texas Holdem based game in which you may make one raise at any time during the course of the hand. The earlier the raise is made the higher it may be. Unlike other poker-based games, raises made after the ante still have action, even if the dealer doesn't qualify.