Las Vegas Casino Table Games Survey [Updated 2019]
Even though there are a number of casinos in Las Vegas, you will find most of the table games are the same. What varies are the betting limits and odds.
There are a total of 22 different table games spread in Las Vegas. Some games are only available at one casino. Others, like blackjack, are spread at all casinos that have table games. Below is a list of all Las Vegas table games. The link provided in each section shows which Las Vegas casinos offer the game.
Las Vegas Casino Games
– Asia Poker is a Pai Gow Poker variant. It is only found at Gold Coast and Paris Las Vegas. Gold Coast spreads for $10 and Paris for $25.
– Baccarat is one of the most profitable games spread by Las Vegas casinos. Nearly all Strip, downtown, and off-strip casinos spread this game.
– Big Wheel is a game of pure luck. It often has a $1 minimum. The game is available in video and live formats; found at casino entrances.
– Cajun Stud is Mississippi Stud with side bets. It is only available at New York New York. The minimum bet is $5.
– Caribbean Stud is a five-card game that is nearly extinct. Monte Carlo, Palazzo, and Venetian offer Caribbean Stud.
– Casino War is exactly like the game that kids play; except money is wagered. The minimum bet is usually $10 or $15. O’Sheas spreads for $5.
Chase the Flush
– Chase the Flush combines the rules of High Card Flush and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. It is available at Luxor and Silverton.
– Craps is a Vegas casino favorite. Minimum bets start at $1 on Boulder Highway and run up to $50 at Wynn and Encore for the tables with favorable odds. The Cromwell offers 100 times odds, the highest in Las Vegas. Our data includes the odds at each casino in Las Vegas.
– Nine Las Vegas casinos spread Crazy4Poker. The minimum bet is $5 or $10. Crazy4Poker lost more tables than any other game last year.
– DJ Wild is a game spread at Harrah’s. It includes four wild deuces and a joker. The minimum bet is $5. Harrah’s spreads two tables of the game.
Deuces Wild Hold’em
– Deuces Wild Hold’em is more like a stud game. It can only be found at The D in downtown Las Vegas. It has a $5 minimum bet.
Double Ball Roulette
– Double Ball Roulette is offered at Binion’s in downtown Las Vegas. There are two balls on every spin and has a $2 minimum bet.
High Card Flush
– High Card Flush uses flush hands to decide the winner. It is the hottest new game in Las Vegas casinos. The minimum bet is $5 or $10.
Let it Ride
– Let it Ride is a classic game; plays like five card stud. The minimum bet is either $5 or $10. NY-NY offers a video version with a $1.25 bet.
– Players raise in hopes of making at least a pair of 6’s in Mississippi Stud. Has a $5 minimum bet, high-end casinos require $10 to play.
Pai Gow Poker
– Pai Gow Poker is a favorite among Las Vegas gamblers. Pai Gow can have a $5 minimum bet and can go up as high as $25 or $50.
Pai Gow Tiles
– Pai Gow Tiles uses tiles instead of cards. The minimum bet is $10 at Palace Station and $100 at Wynn. Other casinos have a $25 min bet.
– Roulette at Las Vegas casinos offers: heads up and multi-player video versions, single zero games, double zero, and triple zero. Triple zero is only spread at Venetian and Palazzo. Minimum bets range from $1 at El Cortez up to $100 for some European Roulette games at MGM properties.
– River Hold’em is similar to Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Club Fortune in Henderson offers it. The minimum bet is $5.
Texas Hold’em Bonus
– Texas Hold’em Bonus has a $5 minimum bet at Caesars and Boyd casinos. It has a $10 minimum at MGM Resorts casinos.
Three Card Poker
– Three Card Poker is the most popular poker table game in Las Vegas. Players will find the game with a $2 minimum at Jokers Wild and $3 minimum at Railroad Pass. Most Vegas casinos have a $5 minimum, with some luxury resorts requiring $10.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em
– Ultimate Texas Hold’em was the most popular table game to come out of the poker boom. The lowest Ultimate Texas Hold’em minimum bet in Las Vegas is at Jerry’s Nugget at $2. Most Las Vegas casinos have a $5 minimum, with some luxury resorts going up to $15.