As of Wednesday, September 30, the following table games are open:
Three Card Poker
Let It Ride Poker
We hope to offer additional games soon!
Featuring 33,600 sq. ft. of gaming space, including 32 live table games and 18 Hybrid Stadium Seats which include a gaming mix of Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Craps, Spanish 21, Let It Ride, and Pai Gow Poker.
Redemption Information: Table Game Chips:
Twin River and Tiverton table game chips are specific to each property and cannot be wagered in both properties. All Chips may be exchanged for cash at a cashier window at either property. As an example, a guest can bring Tiverton chips to Twin River and exchange them for cash and vice versa.
Stadium Table Game Vouchers:
Stadium vouchers are specific to each property. Stadium vouchers are not for use in VLT’s at either property. Slot vouchers are not for use in Stadium Game terminals. Stadium vouchers may be redeemed only in the property they were issued.
In Blackjack, the aim of the game is for the total value of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without going over 21. Number cards are worth their face value, face cards are worth 10 and aces are worth either 1 or 11.
American Roulette is a casino game where players spin a wheel and predict the number/color where the ball will come to rest. There are Inside Bets where one bets on the inner part of the table and Outside Bets where one bets on the outside parts of the table. Each table has a minimum and maximum wager limit and players can bet any money within these limits.
The ‘Come out Roll’ refers to the opening roll in a round of craps. The point is established only if the dice totals 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. A come out roll worth 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12 terminates the round immediately. Once the point has been determined, an ‘ON’ puck will be positioned on the point. The dice will then continue to be rolled until a player either matches the point or rolls a 7.
The aim of Baccarat is to assemble a hand with a point value totaling as near to 9 as possible. Aces are worth 1, 10′s and picture cards are worth 0 whilst all cards from 2-9 retain their face value. If the value of the hand amounts to a two-digit total, disregard the first digit. The last digit represents the baccarat point value.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is a game where you can make multiple bets on your hand. Ante, Pair Plus and the new 6 Card Bonus. The Ante Wager plays against the Dealer’s hand. The Pair Plus is optional and wins with a Pair or Better. The 6 Card Bonus uses the Dealer’s Cards and your cards to make the best 5 card hand and wins with three of a kind or better and pays 1000 to 1 for a Royal Flush!
Spanish 21 is a fast-paced variation of blackjack that has become increasingly popular. The game is played on a standard blackjack table. The main difference between Spanish 21 compared to blackjack is the removal of all 10′s in the decks. Jacks, Queens, and Kings remain, but all natural 10′s are removed from every deck used at the table.
Let It Ride
Let It Ride™ is a five-card poker game. Players compete against a pay table, not against the dealers or other players. The game has three parts: Basic game: Players win with a pair of 10′s or better. $1 Bonus game: Winning hands vary. 3 Card Bonus: Players win with a pair or better (Players three cards only).
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker is played with a standard 52-card deck plus one joker. After making a bet, each player is dealt seven cards and must make two poker hands: A standard five-card poker hand and a two-card poker hand. The five-card hand is often called “behind”, or the “bottom,” “high,” or “big” hand, while the two-card hand is called “in front”, “on top”, or the “small,” “minor,” or “low” hand.