What is a Casino or Monte Carlo night? To find out, hire Mr. Blackjack Company to bring the excitement of Las Vegas style gaming to your next event! Almost all of our games can be found in just about any live casino. Choose from our selection of table games and work directly with Bill (Mr. Blackjack Company) to customize your party needs. Use our Event Suggestions & Hints to help organize your casino night structure. From single table to multi table events all of our gaming tables will be staffed by our friendly, knowledgeable dealers who will encourage your guests to play and teach those that don't know how. Give your guests funny money or tickets and watch them cash in and try to double or triple up their chip stacks against each other and our dealers. Check out the casino style table games we have to offer.
Guests enjoy sitting down to a real casino style blackjack table and wagering their chips against the house to try and beat the dealer's hand. Get twenty one on your first two cards and you have a "Blackjack" paying you one and a half times your bet.
Blackjack tables seat up to seven players. Each player has their own betting circle in front of them. Players are playing against the house (dealer) not against each other. The goal is to get twenty-one or as close to it as possible without going over and then further to have more than the dealer by the end of each match. Blackjack is the most popular table game in a casino. Make sure to have plenty at your event.
"I'm Bettin' it ALL on Black!"
Roulette is the most instantly recognizable game in a casino. This game of chance moves at a leisurely pace as players place their bets down on the table's layout. A small ball bounces around the wheel as players anxiously await the outcome of where it lands.
Roulette can have up to ten players. Each player is given their own color of chip so that they can keep track of their bets on the table. The ultimate goal is to bet on the next number to come up on the wheel. This game is one of the easiest games to teach and adds a touch of class to any event.
"Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes!"
Blow on those bones (dice) and experience the hottest game in the casino. Once you play this fast paced money making game you'll never want to play anything else. There's a reason why a big crowd surrounds a craps table and why it is always the most outrageously loud table in a casino. Place your bets, roll the dice down the length of the table, and watch your chip stacks increase or decrease with every shake. If you don't understand this game, don't worry...our dealers can teach you so that you're ready to play in a real casino and take down the house!
Our craps tables come in two different sizes to suit your needs. Our medium table will accommodate up to 14 players and the large table up to 16 players. Remember that we can bring more than one table to an event!
"You've Got To Know When To Hold'em"
Sit down to this table, put your sunglasses on and get ready to bluff everyone out of their chip stacks. With the popularity of Texas hold'em poker on TV, it's sure to be a hit at your next event. Just like the pros your guests can bring their skills and a little luck to the game.
Our hold'em tables seat up to 8 players. No-limit Texas hold'em poker players will compete against each other instead of the dealer. This is a unique feature to most of the other casino games. Our poker tables can be set up in as open poker to allow players to join or leave the table at their leisure or they can be set up as an elimination tournament.
"We Tied Again?!?!?"
Pronounced Pie Gow, this Asian poker game has quickly become a favorite in any casino with just about everyone. The object of Pai Gow is to make two poker hands that beat the dealer's hand. The player is dealt seven cards that they make into a five card hand (high hand) and a two card hand (low hand). If you beat both of the dealer's hands then you win! If you only beat one hand then you tie - this happens most often. This is a great game when you just want to relax and not lose or win too fast.
Our Pai Gow table seats up to 6 players. Even though your guests will be playing against the dealer, the dealer will still offer help to give the players the best possible chance to win. To get a full casino experience you will want to have at least one Pai Gow table at your next event.
"Let it Ride, Baby...Let it Ride!"
This simple poker game pays off big returns if you can catch a hand. Players post three separate bets and receive three cards from the dealer in this game. There are two cards face down in front of the dealer. If you are dealt a pair of 10s or better in those first three cards you are already a winner. If you aren't a winner you can opt to take one of your bets back - that's right, you get to take it back. The dealer flips over one of the cards. Use this card as part of your poker hand. Does it help improve your hand? No? Then take back another bet. The final card is turned over and the last bet stays regardless.
Let it Ride seats up to 7 players and is definitely a crowd pleaser. This is probably the quickest poker game to learn and will entertain your guests for hours. In this table game you are not playing against the dealer or each other, you are simply trying to make good poker hands. It sounds easy because it is easy.
"...And They're Off!"
The latest addition to Mr. Blackjack Company, a Night at the Races Horse Racing is sure to get everyone hollering and cheering their horse to the finish line. Prior to each race guests can read their racing programs and pick their horse to win, place or show. Once decided they can come up to the betting booth and place their wager. The excitement builds until the familiar bugling sound of the race starting. Now it's just up to your horse to bring in your winnings!
There are 8 races that take place within the three hours. Each race is projected onto a white wall or screen so that multiple players can view it while the race is on. The race is real race footage at a track so you get to sense the excitement as if you were right there watching it live.
"Just Like When You Were a Kid...Only Better!"
This is the same the game you used to play when you were younger only now you get to wager that you will beat the dealer's card. Place your bet then you get a single card and the dealer gets a single card. If your card is higher then you are the winner. Could it be any easier? If there is a tie, then you can add to your bet and go to WAR with the dealer.
Casino War seats up to 7 players and is a great table game to have at an event where kids and kids at heart will be attending. Don't overlook this real casino game when you book your next event.
"Round n' Round n' Round She Goes, Where She Stops, Nobody Knows"
This game has been around for a long time and is sometimes hard to find in every casino, but we have it here for you. Players place bets on one of six images on the table layout. The wheel has 50 slots with six possible bets on it. The wheel is spun and when it stops, players who have chosen the matching symbols are paid off at the rates listed on the table layout.
Money wheel can have up to 10 players that gather around the table and place their bets. The wheel makes a unique noise and really draws people over to it. It's also very simple to teach.
"O-70, B-12, N-33.....BINGO!"
Bingo is always a great game for large groups and just about everyone knows how to play. Each player gets a reuseable card and tokens to cover each square as your numbers are called out. Be the first to have a Bingo and win. Have Bingo off to the side of your casino night for those that would rather relax and play something familiar or have it by itself to give away prizes or tickets.
Bingo can accommodate up to 50 players at once all you need to provide is the tables and chairs.