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Get in on the excitement of the casino action. You can try your luck on one of our 55 table games ranging from Baccarat to Blackjack to Craps. If you are looking for poker, try our large 10-table poker room. You never know who will ante up next to you at Lumière Place, making it The Pulse of St. Louis.

*Let It Ride and Three Card Poker are trademarks used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

Baccarat
The object of Baccarat is simple: bet on which hand will have the highest value – the player, the bank, or a tie. To begin, a total of four cards are dealt: the first and third are the player’s hand, while the second and fourth belong to the dealer. Face cards and tens are worth zero, aces are worth 1 and cards 2 through 9 are worth that number. The hand value is determined by the sum total of the cards. For example, a 2 and a 3 are worth 5 (2+3 = 5). However, in values that exceed 10, the first digit is dropped. So a 6 and a 7 are worth 3 (6+7 = 13, drop the first digit of 1). The highest possible value is 9.
 

Craps
Possibly the most exciting game on the floor, Craps often draws the biggest crowds. The game appears complicated to the newcomer, but the premise is actually quite simple. Players wage money on the outcome of one roll, or a series of rolls, of two dice by the “shooter.” The game is played in rounds, and the first roll of each new round is called the “come-out roll.” An array of player bets is available both for the come-out roll, as well as each additional roll, with payouts dependent on the likelihood of each outcome.
 

Three-Card Poker
Three-Card Poker has gained enormous popularity in casinos. The game actually consists of two games: Ante-and-Play (in which you play the dealer to see who has the highest hand) and PairPlus (in which you simply wager on whether or not you’ll be dealt a pair or better). For Ante-and-Play, the player places an “ante” (bet) before receiving his cards. The cards are then dealt, and the player can fold and lose the ante, or raise by placing a bet of equal money to the play. If he chooses to play, one of three things can happen. The first is that the dealer does not qualify (have a hand of queen high or better) and the ante is paid out even money while the play bet is returned to the player. If the dealer does qualify, the player wins if his hand ranks higher than the dealer’s, resulting in a payout of even money on the ante and the play bets. If the dealer has the higher hand, the dealer takes both the ante and the play bets. Three Card offers an additional progressive wager.
 

Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker was created using elements of the ancient Chinese game Pai Gow and the popular American game of Poker. To begin, each player receives seven cards. The object is for the player to create two poker hands out of the seven cards: a five-card poker hand and a two-card poker hand. To win, both the player’s high hand and the second hand must be higher than the bank hands to win. If only one hand is higher, the result is a tie. If both hands are lower, the player loses.
 

Roulette
Perhaps the simplest table game of all. In Roulette, a croupier spins the wheel in one direction, then places and spins a ball in the opposite direction. After a number of revolutions, the ball eventually falls into one of 38 slots. If the ball lands in a number or color where you placed a bet prior to the spin, you win.
 

Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Ultimate Texas Hold'em incorporates the elements of Texas Hold'em Poker with the addition of a bonus option. Each player and the dealer are dealt two cards. Five community cards are displayed in the center of the table. Players use their two-card hand along with the five community cards to make the best possible five card poker hand. Unlike Texas Hold'em Poker, players are wagering their hand against the dealer hand. Ultimate Texas Hold’em offers an additional progressive wager.
 

Three-Card Poker
Three-Card Poker has gained enormous popularity in casinos. The game actually consists of two games: Ante-and-Play (in which you play the dealer to see who has the highest hand) and PairPlus (in which you simply wager on whether or not you’ll be dealt a pair or better). For Ante-and-Play, the player places an “ante” (bet) before receiving his cards. The cards are then dealt, and the player can fold and lose the ante, or raise by placing a bet of equal money to the play. If he chooses to play, one of three things can happen. The first is that the dealer does not qualify (have a hand of queen high or better) and the ante is paid out even money while the play bet is returned to the player. If the dealer does qualify, the player wins if his hand ranks higher than the dealer’s, resulting in a payout of even money on the ante and the play bets. If the dealer has the higher hand, the dealer takes both the ante and the play bets. Three Card offers an additional progressive wager.
 

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