Casino Night Parties
Bringing Vegas To Your Event
If you are looking for an entertainment option that will truly get your guests to interact, then a casino night party may be the perfect solution! Some of your guests may be unfamiliar with different types of games or may have seen these games but did not want to try them with actual money! No Problem!! Our dealers are highly trained and will assist your guests on how to play the game and also discuss strategy with them! It is a great way to try your luck without the exchange of actual money! Casino shows work with small or large groups!
All Packages Include:
Three (3) hours of operation, additional hours upon request for additional fee
One dealer per table (skilled staff to interact with guests and operate tables)
All travel expenses
Set-Up & Tear Down
Pit Boss (dependent on the audience size)
Beat the House
Let it Ride
Pai Gow Poker
Horse Racing Films
Roulette (not available in MN)
Craps (not available in MN)
Descriptions of games:
Blackjack is the most popular of all games. The object of the game is to draw cards that add up to 21 or as close as possible without going over (bust). A blackjack is an Ace and any 10 value card on the first two cards dealt. Face cards are 10, Aces are 1 or 11, and all other cards are face value. You are able to split a natural pair and double down on 10 or 11.
The object is to wager on either the bank or the player. You, as a player, will never touch the cards or have an option of taking more cards. The dealer uses a shoe containing 8 decks of cards. The dealer pulls out 4 cards; 2 for the player, 2 for the banker. The object is to reach 9 or as close as possible. All 10 value cards equal zero.
A fast-paced game often called “Acey Deuccy” or “In Between.” To play, you simply place a bet on the betting square. The dealer will then deal two cards face up. The object is to have the third card fall in between the first two cards. If this happens you will win even money.
Beat The House
Everyone can be involved in this game. Players place a bet before the game begins. The dealer has two dice that he/she rolls. If a 2 or 3 is rolled, all the players win. If a 12 is rolled all the players lose. If a 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, or 11 is rolled, that becomes the point that each player has to try to beat by rolling the dice and getting a higher number than the dealer had. The odds pay even money or 2:1 if you roll doubles.
The dealer deals each player two cards face down, then deals five cards face down in the center of the table (used by all players). The players bet after seeing their two cards. The dealer will reveal three of the five center cards, and then the players may bet again. The dealer will reveal the other two cards with time for the players to bet in between. The winner is the player with the best five card poker hand.
Let It Ride
Poker game. Each person is dealt five cards. There are a series of three rounds and with each round the ability to switch out two cards.
There are three dice involved that are in an hourglass-shaped cage. The players place bets on the table layout. The dealer flips the cage over and calls out the total of the dice. Payouts are determined based on the results of the dice.
Pai Gow Poker
The dealer will deal 7 cards to each player. The player’s object is to make the best two-card poker hand and the best five-card poker hand from the cards dealt. You must beat both of the dealer’s hands to win even money and one to tie or push.
>> Career Highlights
"I just wanted to reach out and say thank you for helping plan and execute a successful “casino-night” at our Holiday Party! It was a huge hit and our guests loved that they could still mingle around while engaging in the games. The staff was great and had good personalities. Their set-up and take-down timing was perfect, too."
"I heard MANY people say it was the best event we've had. Dealers were helpful and "generous" with their hints about when to bet and when not to, generous with chips and raffle tickets, etc. They were so quiet when tearing down their tables during our presentation, I forgot they were doing it!"
>> Basic Set-Up Needs
The following is provided as a technical information to casino shows:
Casino shows are for entertainment purposes only. In no way are Casino Shows to be promoted or advertised as “gambling” as there is no actual money/currency exchanged.
Absolutely no wagering is allowed at any time throughout the event.
Everyone in attendance during the event must be a guest of the client.
At no time should a guest have contributed financially or by any other means to be in attendance.
Standard setup is one (1) hour prior to the start of the event. Earlier setup times may involve additional fees.
Extended travel may involve additional fees.
(Optional) You may choose to end the evening by having a prize drawing/raffle following the event
Due to regulation in accordance to Minnesota State Law and the MN Gaming Commission, not all games may be available and they are subject to change without notice.
>> Sample Introduction
>> Pricing Information
Pricing for each act varies depending on a number of factors including: location of the event; popularity of the date; routing for each act; type of event; single or multiple day performances; length of show, etc. To get a specific and accurate quote for your event please contact our office by completing the form below or calling (612) 361-6002. We respond very quickly to answer all our clients' questions.