Hire A Casino Table – Which Casino Table To Choose?
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Hire A Casino Table – Which Casino Table To Choose?

Here’s a quick introduction to each of the available casino games so that you can make sure that when you hire a casino table, you are hiring the right one for your Event!

Hire A Roulette Table

Roulette is the most instantly recognisable casino game. The aim of the game is to guess which number the ball will land on when it is spun by the croupier on the big wheel. You can bet on a single number (from 0-36), or on combinations of numbers (such as Odds/Evens or Red/Black). Simply put, the more numbers you bet on the more likely you are to win however you will win less. The big cheers in Roulette usually come from those that have bet correctly on a single number and win big at 35-1! Roulette is perfect for larger Events as approximately 10 Players can play at once (each playing with different coloured chips), it is easy to teach and because the odds are very much in Casino’s favour, all guests will get a go at playing!

Hire A Blackjack Table (Pontoon/21)

We often find that a lot of players actually recognise this card game, they simply call it by another name. In the Casino it is called Blackjack. The aim of the game is to get the total of your cards as close to 21 as possible without going over (bust). Regardless of how many players there are, you are only playing against the croupier to see who has the highest cards. All wins pay even money except getting Blackjack (21 in two cards only; an ace and a 10/picture card). Blackjack is a great choice for events where people may not know each other very well as a lot of friendships are quickly made in the fun of winning and losing.

Hire A Poker Table

There are a lot of different versions of Poker to choose from, usually easily split from those where you play against the Croupier (such as Stud Poker) or those where the Croupier simply deals impartially on behalf of the players (such as Texas Hold ‘Em). The aim of Poker is to have the most favourable hand. We usually find the Stud Poker Tables work well for Events as they work similarly to the Blackjack Table in that each hand is separate. There is no larger game/tournament so guests won’t be held at the Tables for too long unless they want to be.

Other Casino Tables To Hire

We also stock a wide range of other Casino Tables so if you are thinking you want to hire a casino table then you could choose from Wheel of Fortune (like Roulette with an upright spinning wheel) and Craps (played with Dice).


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