Casinos At Sea: Table Games
Casinos At Sea
Our Casinos At Sea have all the latest slots and multi-game machines, as well as Blackjack, Craps, Let It Ride®, Roulette, Texas Hold 'Em and Three Card Poker.
Blackjack is one of the world’s most popular casino games, where everyone plays against the dealer. The object of the game is to draw cards that bring you closer than the dealer to a total point value of 21, without going over or "busting".
Add a little more excitement to your Blackjack game by playing a very popular side bets.
A very popular optional side bet on Blackjack, with a stake of $1 up to $10. If the players cards total 20 with the first two cards dealt then they win the side bet paying 4 to 1, ( $4 for every $1 staked), if the player had a pair of Queen of Hearts and the dealer gets a Blackjack then the side bet pays 1000 to 1 up to a maximum payout of $5,000. Available on all ships.
Wheel of Madness
A bonus wheel on the Blackjack table, this side bet gives a special bonus if the player is dealt a natural Blackjack. The optional side bet is from $1 up to $10. If a player gets a natural Blackjack they get to spin the wheel. Whatever number the wheel stops on is multiplied by the side bet for a maximum payout of $5,000. Not available on Norwegian Epic or Norwegian Breakaway.
Craps is a lively and fast-paced game that’s as much fun for spectators as it is for players. At first glance, Craps can seem like a difficult game, but with a few pointers you’ll be betting like a pro in no time. The object of the game is to wager on the outcome of the roll of the dice.
Thrill to the spin of the wheel! Our live-action roulette tables are probably the easiest games to play in a casino and it’s a lot of fun whether you’re watching or in on the action. The object of the game is to bet on a number or section of numbers before the ball drops into the spinning wheel.
Let It Ride
Players make three equal bets and receive three cards that will be combined with two community cards to create a five-card poker hand. After seeing their first three cards, players may withdraw their first bet or may “Let It Ride”. The dealer then reveals the first community card and players can withdraw their second wager or “Let It Ride”. Once each player has made their second wager decision, the dealer reveals the final community card and pays any winning payouts.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is based on a variation of Poker with only three cards. You’ll have two betting options to choose from, "Ante" and "Pair Plus." You can make a bet on either or both in a single hand. If you stay in a game you must make a minimum bet that matches your "Ante." There are multiple ways to win. Depending on your wager you either want to beat the dealer, to end up with a pair or higher, or a combination of the two wagers. Plus, there is an Ante Bonus.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em
Ultimate Texas Hold’em is one of the new poker based table games on the casino floor, and is played on a Blackjack style table to accommodate several players. The players do not compete against each other instead they are playing heads up with the dealer.
The game of Baccarat is a simple game to play because there are only two hands of cards - the Banker and the Player. Players bet on which hand will win or whether they’ll tie. The player and banker will be dealt two cards each and a third may or may not be drawn on either hand using a predetermined set of rules. The object of the game is to get as close to 9 total point value.
Pai Gow Poker
A variation of the Asian game Pai Gow Tiles using cards. A player is dealt 7 cards and must create two poker hands, High Hand (5 cards) and Low Hand (2 cards). The House will turn over their hand and create two hands using set rules called the ‘House Way’. To win, a player must beat both house hands, if a player beats one but not the other then the hand is a push (nothing won or lost). Don’t want to trouble yourself with all that thinking ask for your cards to be set the ‘House Way’ as well and let fate decide.
In Texas Hold'em, players are dealt two face-down cards. Afterwards, each player gets a chance to exercise his betting options. Next, three cards are dealt simultaneously on the table for all players to share. This is called the flop, and it is followed by another round of betting. A fourth card, called the turn, is then dealt, and it too is followed by a round of betting. One final community card called the river is dealt followed by a final round of betting. When all bets have concluded, there is a showdown, in which the highest ranking hand in play wins the pot.
*Let It Ride, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Casino War, Let It Ride and Three Card Poker are trademarks used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.
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