Our 84 Table Games offer something for everyone – all your favorites, including Blackjack, Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Pala Roulette and Pala Craps.In addition, a host of specialty games, with a variety of side-bets and linked progressive jackpots.
Pala offers some of the most liberal rules in the business on single-, double-, and six-deck games, with exciting side bets like Buster Blackjack and Pala Pairs. Minimum bets start as low as $5 in our main casino when business allows. In our high-limit room, bets range from $50 to $5,000.
The game of choice for James Bond and high-rollers the world over, Baccarat is now open for all-comers with minimum ‘Bank’ or ‘Player’ bets starting at only $15. Our commission-free EZ Baccarat tables feature the very popular ‘Dragon 7’ and ‘Panda 8’ bets. Naturally, our high-limit tables offer a premium gaming experience, accepting bets up to $5,000.
The fast, exciting game for fast, exciting people! Pala Craps opens everyday at 11:00 a.m. and remains open 24 hours Saturday and Sunday. Minimum bets start at $5 on our Vegas-style layout with one additional bet, the Super Prop Bet. Here’s how it works: When the card used to determine the roll is a 2 or 12, the remaining card will be exposed. The Super Prop Bet wins with a payout of 500-to-1 when the first card is a 2 and the second card is a 12, or vice versa. The maximum betting limit on the Super Prop Bet is $1. Complicated? … Not really. Confusing … we’ll help you. Great fun? … Always!!
From Monte Carlo to Las Vegas, Roulette has remained unchanged for centuries. With a traditional Vegas layout and the addition of cards numbered 0, 00 and 1 thru 36, you will instantly recognize this old favorite. What’s your lucky number? Unique to Pala Roulette is the Super Green Bet. The Super Green Bet wins when the ball lands in a green slot in the Roulette wheel and the corresponding card revealed is 0 or 00. The payout on the Super Green Bet is 275-to-1 with a maximum betting limit of $1. In addition, we now offer the Neighbor Bet, which is an optional side wager that gives players the opportunity to bet on all four of the exposed cards used in determining the winning number. Neighbor bets win when the number selected by the player corresponds with any one of the four cards.
Pai Gow Poker
Set your five- and two-card poker hands from seven cards dealt. Beat both dealers’ hands to win; beat one to push (tie). We also offer Fortune Pai Gow Poker and commission-free EZ Pai Gow with additional side bets that pay up to 2,500-to-1!
Again, all your favorites are here, including Three Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em and Mississippi Stud. We also have popular variations on Blackjack, like Super Fun 21, Blackjack Switch, and Free Bet Blackjack. Minimum bets start at $5, and our linked progressive jackpot starts at $10,000 for a $1 stake. These games are open daily from 10.00 a.m.
Full details of all the games we offer, how-to-play and side-bet options are available on our “Learn to Play” pages.
Do you have $5 tables?
We do our best to offer $5 games 24 hours a day, and typically, you will find $5 Blackjack, Craps and specialty games at any time. During very busy periods, however, our minimum bets are re-structured to best suit the guest demand, which may mean a minimum bet of $10 on many games.
You use cards for Roulette? How does that work?
Pala’s Roulette game looks and feels like regular Roulette. We use a 38-card deck, representing the 38 numbers on a standard Roulette wheel: 0, 00 and 1 thru 36. Four cards are placed in four colored boxes on the layout. The wheel slots are marked in four alternating colors – ‘red’, ‘blue’, ‘white’ and ‘green’. The dealer reveals the card in the colored box corresponding to the color in which the ball lands. There is your winning number!
You use cards for Craps? How does that work?
Pala Craps looks and feels like regular Craps, and the odds and payoffs are exactly the same. We use two “dice” (cubes), one red and the other one blue. A 36-card deck represents 36 possible outcomes with two regular dice. The two cards drawn from the deck are placed on the layout, one in the red box, the other in the blue box. The shooter rolls the cubes and the one with the higher number determines which card is revealed for the”roll”.