Table Games

Craps

Craps is a dice game in which the players make wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. 

Roulette

Since it was invented in 1796, roulette has been the most exciting casino game available. The excitement starts as soon as the dealer spins the ball ! We have 6 roulette tables starting with a minimum bet of €1, in both smoking and non smoking areas.

Black Jack

Black Jack is the most widely played casino game in the world. The object of the game is simple, to beat the dealers hand but not exceed the score of 21. At Portomaso we have 4 black jack tables with different limits to accomodate every type of player.

Punto Banco

One of the oldest casino games around, Punto Banco is exciting and easy to play. Just choose to bet on Punto or Banco and let the dealer do the rest.

Card Drawing Rules:

Player draws a third card if the total of the initial 2 cards is: 0 - 5
Player stands if the total of the initial 2 cards is: 6 - 9

Banker draws a third card if the total of the initial 2 cards is:

0 - 2 (unless player has a natural 8 - 9)
3     (unless player's 3rd card is an 8)
4     (unless player's 3rd card is 1,8,9,0)

Banker stands if the total of the initial 2 cards is:

5     (unless player's 3rd card is 4,5,6,7)
6     (unless player's 3rd card is 6,7)
7 - 9 always stands.

When Player and Banker have the same score, it is considered to be a tie.

WPT Heads-up Hold'em

Heads-Up Hold’em is a Texas Hold’em variant designed for all table game pits. Players appreciate the traditional Texas Hold’em betting patterns along with unique enhancements that offer additional benefits.

How to Play

Players begin by placing two equal Ante and Odds wagers and any optional side bets. Next, players and the dealer receive two cards (pocket cards). Now, the player may check or make a Raise wager 3x the Ante, the dealer then reveals the 3-card flop. The player may then check or Raise 2x the Ante, the dealer then reveals the 2-card turn and river. Lastly, the player may Raise 1x the Ante or fold. The players and the dealer use the five community cards and their two pocket cards to make their best 5-card poker hand. The best hand wins and any side bets are reconciled.

Optional Side Bets

  • Trips Plus – Wins odds with Trips or better using the player’s best 5-card hand.
  • Pocket Bonus – Wins odds with a Pair or an Ace + Face card in the player’s pocket cards.
  • Bad Beat Bonus – Wins odds if the player loses with a Straight or better.
Three Card Prime

Three Card Prime is a 3-card poker based game designed for all table game pits featuring a new free-to-the-player Bad Beat bonus feature. Players are pleased to find familiar betting patterns along with enhancements that give more power to the player.

How to Play

Players begin by placing the Ante wager and any optional side bets to begin the game. Next, the players and the dealer receive three cards, and a fourth community card (Loose Deuce) is placed in front of the dealer on the designated spot on the felt. Players examine their cards and either place a Play wager equal to their Ante wager or they can fold. If the player folds, their hand is still used to determine the outcome of any side bets the player made. Once all Play wagers are made, the dealer’s 3-card hand is reveled. The best 3-card poker hand wins and any side bets are reconciled.

Optional Side Bets

  • All 6 – Wins odds with Trips or better using the player’s three cards and the dealer’s three cards.
  • Pair Bonus – Wins odds if the player's 3-card hand contains a Pair or better; Wins even more if the fourth community card is a Deuce (2).
  • Prime – Wins odds if the player’s hand contains three cards of the same color and wins more if both the player’s and dealer’s cards are all of the same color.
  • Play – Wins even money and pays odds on higher ranking hands.
  • Bad Beat Bonus – Wins odds if the player loses with a Straight or better.