The Games

We're bringing back your favourite games for another evening of mock casino fun!

  Do you know when to hit or when to stay? The object for the player is to draw cards totaling closer to 21, without going over, than the dealer's cards. Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face value. Kings, queens, and jacks are each worth 10, and aces may be used as either 1 or 11. The best total of all is a two-card 21, or a BLACKJACK
  Round and round it goes, where it stops nobody knows. The croupier (or dealer) spins a ball on the outer rim of the wheel, after which it will eventually fall into one of the numbered spaces. The object for the player is to guess what number the ball will land in. Before each spin, players have the opportunity to place bets around the ROULETTE table. The higher the risk; the higher the reward.
  This is a fast paced game in which any number of players can play against a “dealer”. A special wheel (CROWN & ANCHOR) is used. The wheel has a total of 36 prize slots, each marked with a combination of three of the following symbols: crown, anchor, heart, spade, diamond, and club. These symbols also appear on the layout board placed in front of the dealer. Each player puts a wager on one or more of the symbols on the dealer’s board. The dealer then spins the wheel, and pays out the result of the spin.
  PLINKO! is the name and winning is the game. This “Price is Right” classic will be a fan favorite for those playing and watching. It’s you vs. the house as you drop your pucks down the PLINKO! board, through the peg maze in the hopes of scoring it big. Can you map a path down the 8-foot board to find the centre slot and win big?
  Step inside the CASH CUBE amidst a whirlwind of bills and use your quick reflexes to grab as much as you can! This game is a steal where you can walk away with a fistful of casino chips or an inexpensive new hairdo.

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