Casino Night

  • All guests are given a voucher for chips.
  • Play blackjack, craps and roulette.
  • The Dream Dealers always provide the best: 

    The best dealers;

    The best equipment,

    and always the best experience.

  • At the end of the night, trade your chips for raffle tickets.
  • All guests are given at least one raffle entry for prizes

- regardless if they lost all their chips!

  • Prizes include: Vacations, televisions, gift certificates, jewelry, and more
  • Need to learn the game?
  • The Dream Dealers have custom felts with the payout odds printed conveniently for the players.
  • The dealers can instruct all guests on how to play!


The only game where everyone wins - or loses - together



How to play craps:

One player, known as the "shooter", throws a pair of dice. All wagers must be placed before the shooter throws the dice.

Pass Line: The Pass Line is an even money bet. Place your chips on the designated Pass Line area. On the "come out" roll (the fist roll), you win on a "natural" (seven or 11). You lose on "craps" (two, three or 12). Any other number rolled is called the "point", and the shooter must roll the point again before a seven is rolled in order to win the Pass Line wager. On the next come-out roll, the same shooter keeps the dice until he fails to make the point by rolling a seven. When the shooter "sevens out", the dice pass to the next shooter.

"Taking Odds": Once a point is made on the first roll or a come point on a succeeding roll, you may make an additional wager on the point by "taking the odds" and you win if the point or payoffs for taking odds.

Place Bets: Any time after the point is established, you may "Place" one or more wagers directly on either 4,5,6,8,9 or 10. This is a wager that the shooter will roll the number you wagered on before a seven. The payoffs for Place bets are listed below. On winning Place bets, the dealer will pay your winnings and leave your original bet "in action."

Field Bets: A one-roll bet. You win if the shooter rolls 2,3,4,9,10,11 or 12 and lose if the shooter rolls any other number. The winning pay-off is at even money except for a 2 and 12, which pays 2 to 1.




How to play Blackjack

In casino blackjack, the dealer faces one to seven players from behind a kidney-shaped table. Each player plays his hand independently against the dealer.

At the beginning of each round, the player places a bet in the "betting box" and receives an initial hand of two cards. The object of the game is to get a higher card total than the dealer, but without going over 21 which is called "busting" or "too many." (The spot cards count 2 to 9, the king, queen, jack, and 10 count as ten, while an ace can be either 1 or 11.) The player goes first and plays his hand by taking additional cards if he desires. If he busts, he loses. Then the dealer plays her hand. If the dealer busts, she loses to all remaining players. If neither busts, the higher hand total wins. In case of a tie, no one wins -- the hand is a "push." It is possible for the dealer to lose to some players but still beat other players in the same round.




Roulette is a casino and gambling game named after the French word meaning "small wheel".

In the game, players may choose to place bets on either a number, a range of numbers, the color red or black, or whether the number is odd or even.

To determine the winning number and color, a croupier spins a wheel in one direction, then spins a ball in the opposite direction. The ball eventually falls on to the wheel and into one of 38 colored and numbered pockets on the wheel

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