Baccarat is perhaps one of the easiest casino games to play and learn. Each player needs to only place a wager on the Player hand or Bankerhand. Two cards are dealt for each hand, with the option of drawing an additional card. The object of the game is to reach the point value closest to 9. Player also has the option to bet that the two hands will tie. In EZ Baccarat, two popular side bets called Panda 8 and Dragon 7 add excitement to this game. The Panda 8 is a side bet when the Player hand wins with a three card total of 8. The Dragon 7 is a side bet when the Banker hand wins with a three card total of 7.
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker is a Poker game with a twist. Using one deck of 53 cards (containing one joker), seven cards are dealt to seven hands. The object of the game is to create the two best poker hands. Each seven card hand is divided into a two card hand and a five card hand. The five card hand must have a higher poker rank than the two card hand. After the Player/Banker hand is set, it is then compared to each player hand to determine the winner.
- Lucky Bonus:
- The Lucky Bonus wager is a bet that your seven cards will make a bonus qualifying hand, regardless of how you set your Pai Gow Poker hand.
Blackjack X is a version of California Blackjack. A Blackjack X hand is when the first two cards that are dealt are a suited Ace and King. The game feels familiar, but with new ways to win and additional bonus bets. At Lodi Casino we offer both Single and Double Deck Blackjack.
- Lucky Pair Bonus:
- If a player wagers on the Lucky Pair Bonus and is dealt any pair with their first two cards, they will win the bonus wager.
- BAM Bet:
- If a player wagers on the BAM Bonus bet they will be paid out according to how many cards it takes the dealer to bust. The maximum payout for the BAM Bet at Parkwest Casino Lodi is 200:1.
3 Card Poker
3 Card Poker is a spin on regular Poker. Players are given three cards to play. The objective of the game is to compare your three card hand against the Player/Banker three card hand. The hand with the highest value wins. At Parkwest Casino Lodi, the dealer exposes one of the Player/Banker cards and offers bonus bets that gives you more ways to win!
Because hands only consist of three cards the hand rankings are a little different than with a traditional five card hand.
- Pair & Up Bonus:
- The Pair & Up Bonus wager is based only on whether your three card hand has a Pair or higher. If your hand has a pair or better you will win if you have a wager on the Pair Plus Bonus spot. The Mini Royal Flush Pair Plus at Parkwest Casino Lodi pays 200:1.
- Bonus 6:
- The Bonus 6 considers the three cards dealt to the player’s hand and the three cards dealt to the Player/Banker’s hand to make the best possible five card poker hand. If your hand and the Player/Banker hand create at least a three of a kind or better, you will win if you have a wager on the Bonus 6 spot. The Royal Flush Bonus 6 at Parkwest Casino Lodi pays 1000:1.
Ultimate Texas Hold’Em
Ultimate Texas Hold’Em is a variation of the classic Texas Hold’Em Poker game with an optional bonus bet. Players are given two cards and play with five community cards in an attempt to make the best possible hand. The goal of Ultimate Texas Hold’Em is to beat the Player/Banker with the highest ranking five-card poker hand attainable out of the seven available.
- Trips Bonus Bet:
- Trips bonus bet wagers are only placed at the start of the hand and must be the same value as the ante bet. If a player has a 3 of a kind or better, the trips bonus bet always wins even if the player folds.
Texas Hold’Em Poker
Texas Hold’Em Poker is the most well-known version of Poker played around the world. Players are given two cards and play with five community cards to try to make the best hand possible. The goal of the Texas Hold’Em Poker is to win the betting pool or pot with the highest ranking five-card poker hand attainable out of the seven cards available.
Pai Gow Tiles
Pai Gow Tiles is the oldest casino game and it has been the basis for popular games such as Baccarat and Pai Gow Poker. Although the specific origin of the game is not known, it’s play can be tracked back to the Song dynasty. The game is played with a set of 32 Tiles with a varying numerical and symbolic ranking. The object of the game is to form the best balanced hand that ranks higher than that of the dealer. Tiles may appear intimidating for beginners; however, a little practice this ancient game of supreme strategy can be mastered.
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