Las Vegas Table Game Action for Thrill-Seekers
LVH - A premier choice among casinos in Las Vegas
Test your luck and showcase your skills at one of our pulse-racing table games. As you step into our dazzling lobby and sit down at any one of our many exciting table games, you’ll meet the friendliest dealers and experience the legend that is the LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
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Preview our Exciting Table Games:
- Blackjack (21) — A wildly popular card game enjoyed worldwide. Our casino in Las Vegas proudly offers three varieties of Blackjack to increase your gaming options: Single Deck 21, Double Deck 21, and Multiple Deck 21. Limits: $5 - $1,000, $25 - $2,000, $100 - $2,000
- Craps — Perhaps the most exciting, robust game of chance played in any casino. Its popularity dates back to the height of the Roman Empire. The quintessential dice game, the majority of the wagers come down to whether the "shooter" (the person rolling the dice) rolls a "natural winner" (7 or 11), "craps" (2, 3, or 12), or a "point" (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 rolled by the shooter, which he/she is trying to replicate before rolling a 7).
- Baccarat — Among the most popular casino games in Europe and Latin America. While many associate this elite game with sophistication, surprisingly, Baccarat may be the simplest table game to play! Baccarat offers a Dragon Bonus bet where players can bet the player/bank. If the player or bank wins by a certain amount 9-4 it pays a bonus from 1-1 to 30-1. Limits: $100 - $2,000 with a $500 tie bet and a $100 Dragon Bonus bet.
- Roulette — The oldest and most popular table game in Europe, Roulette has been enjoyed in international casinos since the 1800s. Combining a spinning wheel, fast-paced action, and a fluid exchange of chips, the game remains a popular selection in casinos around the world. Limits: Up to $100 any way to a number, $1,000 on sections & columns, $2,000 on even money bets.
- Three Card Poker* — An American version of a British game called Brag. The game originated over 300 years ago as a game known as Primero, a fast-moving betting game using only three cards. As the game evolved, it became known as Post-and-Pair and then again as Brag. The game made it to the States as Casino Brag and Brit-Brag, but eventually evolved again into the game we now know as 3 Card Poker. Limits: $200 maximum
- Fortune Pai Gow Poker* — Gives gamers the best of both worlds, combining the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow with the American classic, Poker. Played with a regular deck of 52 cards plus one Joker (which can be used only as an Ace or to fill out a straight, flush, or a straight flush), providing countless combinations. Limits: $5 - $2,000, Fortune Bonus $1 - $500
- Ultimate Texas Hold’em* — Based on traditional Texas Hold'em. The difference is that you're only competing against the dealer, not the other players. There are 3 rounds of betting after the initial ante and a chance to make serious money. Limits: $100 (Ante & Blind), $25 maximum for Trips
- Casino War* — The fastest and easiest table game to grasp and appeals to players who want their games delivered fast and easy. To play, players make a wager, if their card is higher than the dealer's, they win even money. But, if a player's card matches the dealer's, the extra fun begins! When the dealer and the player are tied, players have two options: they can quit play by surrendering half of their wager or they can continue to play by placing an additional wager, equal to their original bet. Limits: $5 - $500 tie bet $10 maximum
Increased limits can be reviewed by management for all table games prior to visit.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What is “insurance” in the Blackjack game?
A. "Insurance" is an optional bet when the dealer’s up card is an Ace. You may bet up to half of your original bet to "protect" your hand should the dealer have Blackjack.
Q. What is the horn bet in the game of Craps?
A. The horn bet is an all-inclusive bet covering the three craps numbers (2, 3 and 12) and 11 for the next roll. One-fourth of the amount bet is on each number.
Q. Do I always split Aces when playing Blackjack?
A. Under all known playing strategies it is recommended that Aces and Eights always be split.
Q. Does it really matter if the player before me just took the hot card I needed when playing Blackjack?
A. In actuality, the only thing that has an impact on each individual hand is the playing strategy of that individual. How others play their hand only affects each of them, not the outcome of any other hands.
Q. What’s the best way to learn how to play Craps?
A. All of our dealers are prepared to instruct novice players on each of our games. You can choose a quiet time of the day, go up to any table and they will be happy to instruct you.
THE HIGH LIMIT ROOM IS OPEN FRIDAY - SUNDAY. IF YOU WISH TO PLAY ON OTHER DAYS, PLEASE CONTACT A CASINO SHIFT MANAGER AT (702) 580-5747 (FRIDAY - SUNDAY AFTER 12:00PM).
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