Table games have our heart, and we aren’t alone: Offering a fast pace and infinite variety, they offer hands-on entertainment at its best. Explore our selection of table games to sample the best of our casino floor. Grab a seat at one of these tables and get gaming!
Our American version of the 19th century French parlor game is fun, easy, and exciting. The object is simple: Guess the winning number. After buying chips from the dealer, you’ll take your place around the roulette wheel. The dealer will spin a ball around the perimeter, giving you the opportunity to place your chips on any of the numbers surrounding the wheel. If the ball lands on one of the numbers you bet on, the winnings are yours!
Everyone plays against the dealer in this popular card game. Take a seat at one of our 18 blackjack tables, gather your cards, and aim to total 21 points. We offer all of the blackjack varieties that you know and love, including six-deck 21, double-deck blackjack, and free bet blackjack. If you need to brush up on your hand communications, ask the dealer for a crash course before the game starts.
Don’t let the fast pace intimidate you: Craps is one of the most rewarding and exciting games on the casino floor. Snag a spot around the table, make your bet, and see where the dice land. Once the shooter rolls the dice, you’ve got a range of betting options that could make you a winner. To maximize your success, take a look at our tips and tricks on ‘Pass’ and ‘Don’t Pass’ bets.
Although this card game has its roots in ancient China, it endures today as one of the most popular games at Spirit Mountain. Our Americanized version swaps out dominoes for playing cards, where you’ll use poker values to try to beat the banker. Each of the six players are dealt seven cards, and the object is simple: Create two hands (one with two cards, the other with five) that beat the banker’s respective hands.
With three ways to play and four ways to win, this stud poker game is a great choice if you’re new to the casino. The dealer uses a single deck of cards and gives each player three cards, then it’s decision time. You get to determine whether you want to wager against the dealer, wager on your own hand, or wager against both the dealer and the value of your own hand.