Las Vegas Table Game Guide

This section covers all live table games that are not based on blackjack available in Las Vegas area casinos. We found the following minimums during weekday visits in fall 2022.

There are 68 Las Vegas table games that deal live table games beyond blackjack. That number was 69 when we originally published the related newsletter. Club Fortune removed its table games in November 2022. Bally’s became Horseshoe in December 2022.

Limits may be higher during peak hours and weekends. If a game is $5 in this survey, it could be $10 or $15 during peak hours. A $10 game may be $15 or $25. A game with a $15 minimum bet may go up to $25. Some $25 games may double to $50, though the $25 minimum tends to be a stable limit.

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Las Vegas areas

Downtown Las Vegas 

  • Binion’s
  • California
  • Circa
  • Downtown Grand
  • El Cortez
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont
  • Golden Gate
  • Golden Nugget
  • Main Street Station
  • Plaza
  • The D

Las Vegas Strip

  • Aria
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Circus Circus
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Cromwell
  • Encore
  • Excalibur
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Horseshoe
  • Linq
  • Luxor
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • O’Sheas
  • Palazzo
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Resorts World
  • Sahara
  • The Strat
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • Venetian
  • Wynn

Locals casinos

  • Aliante
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur
  • Boulder Station
  • Cannery
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Jerry’s Nugget
  • Pass
  • Railroad Pass
  • Rampart
  • Red Rock
  • Sam’s Town
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Suncoast
  • Sunset Station

Off-Strip casinos

  • Ellis Island
  • Gold Coast
  • M Resort
  • Mohegan Sun
  • Orleans
  • Oyo
  • Palace Station
  • Palms
  • Rio
  • Silver Sevens
  • Silverton
  • South Point
  • Westgate

Twenty-five different table games

We found 68 casinos dealing 25 different live non-blackjack table games in the Las Vegas area. This survey is a summary of our findings. The links in the game below will take you to that section of this guide.

3 Card Blitz
  1 casino
  $10 minimum

Baccarat
  43 casinos
  $10-200 minimums 

Big Wheel
  2 casinos
  $2 minimums 

Casino War
  4 casinos
  $15-25 minimums

Crapless Craps
  22 casinos
  $10-25 minimums

Craps
  68 casinos
  $5-25 minimums 

Crazy 4 Poker
  17 casinos
  $5-25 minimums 

DJ Wild
  2 casinos
  $5 minimums

Heads Up Hold’em
  5 casinos
  $3-10 minimums

High Card Flush
  12 casinos
  $5-25 minimums

I Luv Suits
  13 casinos
  $5-25 minimums

Jackpot Hold’em
  1 casino
  $10 minimum

Let It Ride
  21 casinos
  $5-25 minimums 

Mississippi Stud
  15 casinos
  $5-25 minimums

Pai Gow Poker
  54 casinos
  $5-50 minimums 

Pai Gow Tiles
  9 casinos
  $25-100 minimums

Roll to Win Craps
  4 casinos
  $5-10 minimums

European/0 Roulette
  15 casinos
  $15-200 minimums 

00 Roulette
  65 casinos
  $2-25 minimums 

000 Roulette
  33 casinos
  $5-25 minimums 

Super Baccarat
  1 casino
  $15 minimum

Texas Hold’em Bonus
  1 casino
  $10 minimum

Three Card Poker
  57 casinos
  $5-25 minimums 

Ultimate Texas Hold’em
  49 casinos
  $5-25 minimums

Wild Five
  2 casinos
  $3-10 minimums

Las Vegas non-blackjack live table games

3 Card Blitz – 1.4%

Sahara is still the only casino that deals 3 Card Blitz. We found limits of $10 to $50. This game is like High Card Flush except that instead of a hand ranking for flushed cards, it is a point system. Blackjack values are used. Aces are worth 11 points. A player raises an amount equal to the ante or folds. 

Baccarat – Banker 1.06%, Player 1.24%

Baccarat has the most non-blackjack installations with around 350 in the Las Vegas valley. There are over 250 tables located on the Strip. Nine are downtown. The remaining 80 tables are in locals and off-Strip casinos.

Players may bet on the banker, player or tie, as well as a variety of side bets. A winning bet on the banker has a 5% commission. However, some games have a push banker hand, like a three-card 7, to remove commissions from the game. 

Las Vegas Strip

  $15 minimum
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  $25 minimum
  • Flamingo
  • Horseshoe
  • Luxor
  • Resorts World
  • The Strat
  • Tropicana
  $50 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Harrah’s
  • Palazzo
  • Sahara
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
  $100 minimum
  • Aria
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Cromwell
  • Encore
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Park MGM
  • Wynn
  $200 minimum
  • MGM Grand

Downtown Las Vegas

  $10 minimum
  • El Cortez
  $25 minimum
  • Circa
  $50 minimum
  • Golden Nugget
  $100 minimum
  • The D

Locals casinos

$10 minimum
  • Santa Fe Station
$15 minimum
  • Boulder Station
$25 minimum
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Rampart
  • Red Rock

Off-Strip casinos

$10 minimum
  • South Point
$25 minimum
  • Gold Coast
  • M Resort
  • Orleans
  • Palace Station
  • Palms
  • Rio
$100 minimum
  • Mohegan Sun
  • Westgate

Big Wheel – Varies by wheel, often over 10%

Two casinos offer a live big wheel. The hours are often limited. It can be found on the Strip at Wynn and Downtown at Golden Nugget. Golden Nugget has a $2 minimum. It is $5 at Wynn.

Casino War – 2.7%

The number of Casino War tables has been declining since we started keeping track. We only found it in four casinos, all on the Strip. It has a $15 minimum bet at Aria, Cosmopolitan and Planet Hollywood. Wynn deals it for a $25 minimum.

Crapless Craps

Gaining in number are crapless craps tables. There are thirty tables on or near the Las Vegas Strip. The Strat used to be the only casino with the game. That changed in 2020. Now 21 Strip casinos have crapless craps available. The Westgate is the only casino not on the Strip where we found the game.

A crapless craps game differs from the original one in multiple ways. The player cannot lose on the come out. That is because every number except the 7 is a potential point. A 2, 3, 11 or 12 rolled on the come out must be made before a 7 to win the pass line bet. There are no don’t bets on a crapless craps table. 

10x maximum odds – 0.6%

  • The Strat – $15 to $2,000

5x maximum odds – 1%

  • Sahara – $10 to $3,000

2-2-3-4-5x maximum odds – 1.5%

  • Wynn* – $25 to $5,000

1-2-3-4-5x maximum odds – 1.5%

  • Caesars Palace*- $15 to $5,000
  • Flamingo – $15 to $5,000
  • Harrah’s – $15 to $5,000
  • Horseshoe – $15 to $5,000
  • Paris – $15 to $5,000
  • Planet Hollywood – $15 to $5,000

3-4-5x maximum odds – 1.4%

  • Westgate – $10 to $2,000
  • Excalibur* – $15 to $3,000
  • Luxor* – $15 to $5,000
  • Mandalay Bay* – $15 to $5,000
  • Mirage* – $15 to $5,000
  • New York-New York* – $15 to $3,000
  • Palazzo* – $15 to $5,000
  • Park MGM* – $15 to $5,000
  • Resorts World* – $15 to $5,000
  • Venetian* – $15 to $5,000
  • Aria* – $25 to $5,000
  • Bellagio* – $25 to $5,000
  • MGM Grand* – $25 to $5,000

* Pays triple on Field 12

Available crapless craps side bets

We found the following crapless craps side bets at the listed Las Vegas area casinos.

All Small Tall

  • Luxor
  • The Strat
  • Wynn

Little Big Boom or Bust

  • Aria
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Excalibur
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Horseshoe
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Palazzo
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Venetian
  • Westgate

Craps

We found over 225 traditional craps tables in the Las Vegas area. Craps games vary both by the odds allowed and the payout on a field 12. Main Street Station and Sam’s Town are at the top of the list for best Las Vegas craps odds with 20 times. Table games are only open on weekends at Main Street Station.

The odds apply to the maximum amount that may bet on line and come bets. A $10 pass line bet at a 10 times craps table may have up to $100 in odds. A don’t bettor can win up to 10 times the original bet. A 3-4-5 times game means that the player may place odds up to three times on the 4 and 10, four times on 5 and 9, and five times on 6 and 8.

20x maximum odds – 0.1%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • Main Street Station – $15 to $1,000 * Weekends only
   Locals casino
  • Sam’s Town – $10 to $2,000

10x maximum odds – 0.2%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • Downtown Grand – $5 to $1,000
  • El Cortez – $10 to $1,000
  • Plaza – $10 to $1,000
  • Golden Gate – $15 to $2,500
  • The D – $15 to $5,000
   Las Vegas Strip
  • The Strat – $15 to $2,000
 Off-Strip casinos
  • Ellis Island – $5 to $500
  • M Resort – $10 to $3,000
  • Palace Station – $10 to $5,000
  • Silverton – $10 to $1,000
Locals casinos
  • Cannery – $5 to $1,000
  • Suncoast – $5 to $2,000
  • Aliante – $10 to $1,000
  • Boulder Station – $10 to $1,000
  • Rampart – $10 to $1,000
  • Red Rock – $10 to $5,000
  • Santa Fe Station – $10 to $1,000
  • Sunset Station – $10 to $1,000
  • Green Valley Ranch – $15 to $5,000

5x maximum odds – 0.3%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • Binion’s – $10 to $500
  • Four Queens – $10 to $500
   Locals casino
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur – $10 to $500

3-4-5x maximum odds – 0.4%

Las Vegas Strip
  • Luxor – $10 to $5,000
  • Sahara – $10 to $3,000
  • Tropicana – $10 to $2,000
  • Aria – $15 to $5,000
  • Caesars Palace – $15 to $5,000
  • Circus Circus – $15 to $500
  • Cosmopolitan – $15 to $5,000
  • Cromwell – $15 to $5,000
  • Excalibur – $15 to $3,000
  • Flamingo – $15 to $5,000
  • Harrah’s – $15 to $5,000
  • Horseshoe – $15 to $5,000
  • Linq – $15 to $5,000
  • Mandalay Bay – $15 to $5,000
  • Mirage – $15 to $5,000
  • New York-New York – $15 to $3,000
  • O’Sheas – $15 to $5,000
  • Palazzo – $15 to $5,000
  • Paris – $15 to $5,000
  • Park MGM – $15 to $3,000
  • Planet Hollywood – $15 to $5,000
  • Treasure Island – $15 to $3,000
  • Venetian – $15 to $5,000
  • Bellagio – $25 to $5,000
  • Encore – $25 to $5,000
  • MGM Grand – $25 to $5,000
  • Resorts World – $25 to $5,000
  • Wynn – $25 to $5,000
Downtown Las Vegas
  • Circa – $15 to $3,000
  • Golden Nugget – $15 to $5,000
Locals casinos
  • Pass – $5 to $500
  • Railroad Pass – $5 to $500
Off-Strip casinos
  • Oyo – $5 to $1,000
  • Gold Coast – $10 to $1,000
  • Silver Sevens – $10 to $300
  • Westgate – $10 to $2,000
  • Mohegan Sun – $15 to $3,000
  • Orleans – $15 to $2,000
  • Palms – $15 to $5,000
  • Rio – $15 to $5,000

2x maximum odds – 0.6%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • California – $15 to $1,000
  • Fremont – $15 to $1,000
   Locals casino
  • Jerry’s Nugget – $5 to $300
   Off-Strip casino
  • South Point  – $10 to $1,000

Field 12 payouts – 2.78%

When betting the field, twelve can pay either double or triple the original bet. The following casinos pay triple on a field twelve.

  Las Vegas Strip
  • Aria
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Encore
  • Excalibur
  • Luxor
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Palazzo
  • Park MGM
  • Resorts World
  • The Strat
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
  • Wynn
   Downtown Las Vegas
  • California
  • Downtown Grand
  • El Cortez
  • Fremont
  • Main Street Station
  • Plaza
   Locals casinos
  • Aliante
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur
  • Cannery
  • Jerry’s Nugget
  • Pass
  • Railroad Pass
  • Sam’s Town
  • Suncoast
    Off-Strip casinos
  • Gold Coast
  • M Resort
  • Mohegan Sun
  • Orleans
  • Palms
  • Silver Sevens
  • Silverton
  • South Point

Available craps side bets

We found the following craps side bets at the listed Las Vegas area casinos.

All Small Tall

  Las Vegas Strip
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Encore
  • Luxor
  • The Strat
  • Tropicana
  • Wynn
   Downtown Las Vegas
  • El Cortez
   Off-Strip casinos
  • Ellis Island
  • M Resort
  • Palms
   Locals casinos
  • Aliante
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur   
  • Jerry’s Nugget
  • Sam’s Town

Fire Bet

  Locals casinos
  • Cannery
  • Pass
  • Railroad Pass
   Off-Strip casinos
  • Silverton

Hot Roll

   Downtown Las Vegas
  • Fremont

Little Big Boom or Bust

  Las Vegas Strip
  • Aria
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cromwell
  • Excalibur
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Horseshoe
  • Linq
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Palazzo
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Resorts World
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
   Locals casinos
  • Boulder Station
  • Red Rock
  • Santa Fe Station
   Off-Strip casinos
  • Palace Station
  • Westgate

Repeater

  Locals casinos
  • Suncoast
   Off-Strip casinos
  • Gold Coast
  • Orleans
  • Rio

Crazy 4 Poker – 1.1%

We found seventeen tables of Crazy 4 Poker. It has been slowly declining in table number over the last few years. 

The player is dealt five cards with the best four played. Players start by making a bet on the ante and super bonus. A raise of up to three times the ante may be made, depending on the hand. Make sure to have at least five bets at the start of a Crazy 4 Poker hand for the best value. 

Downtown Las Vegas

   $10 minimum
  • Golden Nugget

Las Vegas Strip

   $5 minimum
  • Cromwell
   $10 minimum
  • Flamingo
  • New York-New York
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
   $15 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • MGM Grand
  • Resorts World
  • Venetian
   $25 minimum
  • Encore
  • Wynn

Locals/off-Strip casinos

   $5 minimum
  • Red Rock
  • Rio
  • Sunset Station
   $10 minimum
  • Green Valley Ranch

DJ Wild – 1%

In 2021 Deuces Joker Wild was rebranded as DJ Wild. Previously only offered at Harrah’s, it is now also dealt at Flamingo. Both properties have a $5 or $10 minimum and $100 maximum bet. 

DJ Wild uses a 53-card deck that includes a joker. Deuces and the joker are wild. The player starts with an ante and is dealt five cards. A raise of double the ante is made or the player folds. 

Heads Up Hold’em – 0.6%

Heads Up Hold’em is similar to Ultimate Texas Hold’em. To bet preflop, only three times the ante is allowed. Ultimate Texas Hold’em allows a four times bet preflop. The trade is that all players qualify for a bad beat bonus. Losing a straight or better qualifies as a bad beat. The board may be played for the bad beat bonus. 

The minimum at The Strat was $10. We found it at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur, M Resort and Tropicana for $5. It has a $3 minimum at Jerry’s Nugget. 

High Card Flush – 1.6%

The number of High Card Flush tables was steadily increasing before the pandemic. The game has been decreasing in number since the reopening. 

Players must keep enough chips back to make a raise to stay in the hand. Seven cards are dealt. The goal is to make the highest flush with the most cards while beating the dealer’s hand. 

Las Vegas Strip

$10 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  • The Strat
$15 minimum
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cosmopolitan
$25 minimum
  • Wynn

Downtown Las Vegas

   $5 minimum
  • Golden Nugget

Locals casinos

   $10 minimum
  • Aliante

Off-Strip casinos

   $5 minimum
  • M Resort
  • Orleans
  • Rio

I Luv Suits – 1.6%

We first saw I Luv Suits at Harrah’s towards the end of 2020. The base game for I Luv Suits is identical to High Card Flush. The difference is the side bets.

Las Vegas Strip

   $5 minimum
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Linq
  • Paris
   $10 minimum
  • New York-New York
   $15 minimum
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Treasure Island
   $25 minimum
  • Aria

Locals casinos

   $5 minimum
  • Red Rock
  • Santa Fe Station
   $10 minimum
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Suncoast

Jackpot Hold’em – 0.7%

Jackpot Hold’em can only be found at Sahara. We found the game available for a $10 minimum bet. The maximum bet was $50. It is like Ultimate Texas Hold’em except that the player can only raise up to three times before the flop. The player gets to see one of the flop cards before deciding to check or raise there. 

Let It Ride – 2.9%

We found around 25 installations of Let It Ride. This is fewer tables than a year ago. We found a few tables with a $5 minimum bet remaining. 

Let it Ride starts with the player making three equal bets, meaning $30 is required for a $10 minimum bet table. The player starts with three cards. The player decides to pull a bet back or let it ride. There are two community cards. These are displayed one at a time. The player has an opportunity to pull back the second stack or let it ride after one is shown. The hand wins with a pair of 10’s or better.

Las Vegas Strip

  $5 minimum
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Linq
  $10 minimum
  • Excalibur
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  $15 minimum
  • Caesars Palace
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
  $25 minimum
  • Wynn

Downtown Las Vegas

  $5 minimum
  • Binion’s
  • Golden Nugget
  $10 minimum
  • California
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont
  • Main Street Station
  • Plaza

Off-Strip casino

  $5 minimum
  • Rio

Mississippi Stud – 1.4%

We found over twenty tables of Mississippi Stud. South Point, Horseshoe, Caesars Palace, Luxor and Park MGM no longer offer the game. This game plays like a reverse of Let it Ride. The player raises as the hand progresses. A player should start the hand with nine times the ante for the best value. At least four times is required to complete a hand. 

Las Vegas Strip

   $5 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Linq
  • Planet Hollywood
   $10 minimum
  • Caesars Palace
  • Paris
   $15 minimum
  • Aria
  • Palazzo
   $25 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Venetian
  • Wynn

Downtown Las Vegas

   $5 minimum
  • Golden Nugget

Locals casinos

   $5 minimum
  • Red Rock

Off-Strip casinos

   $10 minimum
  • Rio

Pai gow poker

The number of pai gow poker tables decreased after the pandemic reopening, but stabilized in October 2021. Pai gow poker variants make up almost 150 tables. However, Face Up Pai Gow Poker is quickly becoming the most common variant. We found six Emperor’s Challenge, one Emperor’s Exposed, over 120 Face Up and around a dozen Fortune. Dealer Open Pai Gow Poker was first dealt at Binion’s earlier in 2022. It was also seen at Sahara this fall. 

In normal pai gow poker games, the player is dealt 7 cards and sets the hand into a five-card high and two-card low hand before the dealer sets the house hand. In face up games, the dealer sets the house hand before players act. Games that are not dealt face up have either a 5% commission or a dealer push hand, usually on queen-high. In face up games, the dealer pushes on ace high. Players may not bank games with a dealer push hand. 

Face Up Pai Gow Poker – 1.8%

Downtown Las Vegas
   $15 minimum
  • Binion’s
  • California
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont
  • Main Street Station
  • Plaza
   $25 minimum
  • Circa
Las Vegas Strip
   $15 minimum
  • Circus Circus
  • Cromwell
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Treasure Island
   $25 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Horseshoe
  • Linq
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Palazzo
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Resorts World
  • Venetian
   $50 minimum
  • Aria
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Encore
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Wynn
Locals casinos
   $5 minimum
  • Cannery
   $10 minimum
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Rampart
  • Red Rock
  • Sunset Station
   $15 minimum
  • Aliante
  • Boulder Station
  • Sam’s Town
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Suncoast
Off-Strip casinos
   $10 minimum
  • Palace Station
  • Silverton
  • South Point
   $15 minimum
  • Gold Coast
  • Palms
  • Westgate
   $25 minimum
  • Mohegan Sun
  • Rio

Dealer Open Pai Gow Poker – unknown%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • Binion’s – $15 minimum
    Las Vegas Strip
  • Sahara – $15 minimum

Emperor’s Challenge – 2.7%

  Locals casino
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur – $10 to $500
   Off-Strip casino
  • M Resort – $10 to $2,000

Emperor’s Exposed – 1.8%

   Locals Casinos
  • Aliante – $15 minimum

Fortune Pai Gow Poker – 2.7%

  Downtown Las Vegas
  • Golden Nugget – $15 to $5,000
   Las Vegas Strip
  • Tropicana – $15 to $2,000
  • Resorts World – $25 to $10,000
  • Paris – $50 to $5,000
  • Wynn – $50 to $10,000
   Off-Strip casino
  • Gold Coast – $15 to $2,000
  • Orleans – $20 to $2,000
  • Rio – $25 to $5,000

Pai gow tiles – 2.4%

Eight Strip casinos offer pai gow tiles. We found $25 minimum tables at Bellagio, Harrah’s and Paris. A $100 minimum bet was required at Aria, Caesars Palace, Encore, MGM Grand and Wynn. Off the Strip, we found pai gow tiles at Palace Station for a $25 minimum. Rio no longer deals it. 

Roll to Win Craps

We first saw a glimpse of Roll to Win Craps at Harrah’s. It was offered at eight properties in October 2021, but now the game is only available at four casinos. Caesars properties lowered the odds to 2x for their remaining tables. The table has an electronic screen, but actual dice are rolled by the shooter. 

A Hot Shooter side bet is available on Roll to Win craps tables.

2x maximum odds – 0.6%

  • Flamingo – $10 to $5,000
  • Harrah’s – $10 to $5,000
  • Linq – $10 to $5,000

European & 0 roulette

Single zero roulette and European roulette are typically located in high limit areas. Plaza’s single zero game is an exception that can be found with a $15 minimum. Cromwell’s single zero roulette table is no longer available.

Red Rock has the only locals market European roulette wheel. It is in the back of its new High Limit room. 

European roulette – 1.35% evens, 2.7% others

  • Treasure Island** – $50
  • Aria – $100
  • Bellagio – $100
  • Cosmopolitan – $100
  • Encore – $100
  • Mandalay Bay – $100
  • Mirage – $100
  • Red Rock – $100
  • Resorts World – $100
  • Wynn – $100
  • MGM Grand – $200

0 roulette – 2.7%

  • Plaza – $15
  • Caesars Palace- $100
  • Palazzo- $100
  • Venetian- $100

**Reservation may be required

00 Roulette – 5.26%

With over 200 wheels, 00 roulette is the third most installed table game in the Las Vegas Valley. The standard roulette wheel on casino floors has two zeros. 

Downtown Las Vegas
  • Downtown Grand – $5
  • El Cortez – $5
  • Binion’s – $10
  • California – $10
  • Four Queens – $10
  • Fremont – $10
  • Golden Nugget – $10
  • Plaza – $10
  • The D – $10
  • Circa – $15
  • Golden Gate – $15
Las Vegas Strip
  • Sahara – $10
  • The Strat – $10
  • Tropicana – $10
  • Bellagio – $15
  • Circus Circus – $15
  • Cosmopolitan – $15
  • Cromwell – $15
  • Excalibur – $15
  • Harrah’s – $15
  • Horseshoe – $15
  • Linq – $15
  • Mandalay Bay – $15
  • New York-New York – $15
  • Planet Hollywood – $15
  • Resorts World – $15
  • Treasure Island – $15
  • Flamingo – $20
  • Luxor – $20
  • Mirage – $20
  • Venetian – $20
  • Aria – $25
  • Caesars Palace – $25
  • Encore – $25
  • MGM Grand – $25
  • Palazzo – $25
  • Paris – $25
  • Park MGM – $25
  • Wynn – $25
Locals casinos
  • Jerry’s Nugget – $2
  • Pass – $2
  • Railroad Pass – $2
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur – $5
  • Santa Fe Station – $5
  • Suncoast – $5
  • Cannery – $6
  • Aliante – $10
  • Boulder Station – $10
  • Rampart – $10
  • Red Rock – $10
  • Sam’s Town – $10
  • Sunset Station – $10
  • Green Valley Ranch – $15
Off-Strip casinos
  • Gold Coast – $3
  • Orleans – $5
  • Oyo – $5
  • South Point – $5
  • Ellis Island – $10
  • M Resort – $10
  • Palace Station – $10
  • Silverton – $10
  • Mohegan Sun – $15
  • Palms – $15
  • Rio – $15
  • Westgate – $15

000 roulette – 7.69%

Unfortunately, roulette wheels with three zeros are gaining in number. The game was first introduced at Venetian and Palazzo in 2016. Now, over 80 wheels have three zeros. Many times the third zero is disguised as the casino logo on the table felt. All Las Vegas Strip casinos now deal triple zero roulette. 

Casinos vary in procedure for opening the 000 roulette tables. Some casinos open 000 roulette at a lower limit than 00 roulette. Some will have both tables open with the same minimums. Other casino floors open the 000 roulette table only when all the 00 roulette tables are already open and full. In some instances, 000 tables will be open while 00 is closed. All casinos with 000 roulette, except O’Sheas, have at least one 00 table. 

Las Vegas Strip

  $10 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Harrah’s
  • New York-New York
  • O’Sheas
  • Sahara
  • The Strat
  • Tropicana
   $15 minimum
  • Aria
  • Circus Circus
  • Encore
  • Excalibur
  • Horseshoe
  • Linq
  • Luxor
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Resorts World
  • Treasure Island
   $20 minimum
  • Mirage
   $25 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Flamingo
  • MGM Grand
  • Palazzo
  • Venetian
  • Wynn

Downtown Las Vegas

   $5 minimum
  • Golden Nugget
   $10 minimum
  • Binion’s
  • Four Queens

Off-Strip casinos

   $15 minimum
  • Westgate

Super Baccarat – Varies by bet

First seen at the end of 2020, Super Baccarat can only be found at Venetian. The game has a $15 minimum and a $1,000 maximum.

Texas Hold’em Bonus – 0.5%

There were 15 tables of Texas Hold’em Bonus available in 2018 and only six left by the end of 2019. Now there is only one table remaining. It is at Fremont. We found limits of $10 to $200. It is only open during busier hours.

Three Card Poker – 2%

We found over 110 Three Card Poker tables in the Las Vegas area. Players may bet the ante or pair plus side bet to get a Three Card Poker hand. If the ante is wagered, a raise is required to stay in the hand. A Six Card Bonus side bet is also available at most tables.

* The Three Card table at The Strat plays the same as Three Card Poker. It has similar side bets with different names.

Downtown Las Vegas

   $5 minimum
  • Downtown Grand
  • El Cortez
  • Golden Nugget
   $10 minimum
  • Binion’s
  • California
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont
  • Golden Gate
  • Main Street Station
  • Plaza
  • The D
  $15 minimum
  • Circa

Las Vegas Strip

   $5 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Linq
  • O’Sheas
  • Planet Hollywood
   $10 minimum
  • Caesars Palace
  • Circus Circus
  • Excalibur
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Horseshoe
  • Luxor
  • New York-New York
  • Paris
  • The Strat*
  • Tropicana
   $15 minimum
  • Aria
  • Bellagio
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Encore
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • Park MGM
  • Resorts World
  • Sahara
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
   $25 minimum
  • Palazzo
  • Wynn

Locals casinos

   $5 minimum
  • Red Rock
  • Sam’s Town
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Sunset Station
   $10 minimum
  • Boulder Station
  • Green Valley Ranch

Off-Strip casinos

   $5 minimum
  • Gold Coast
  • M Resort
  • Orleans
  • Palace Station
  • Rio
  • Silverton
  • South Point
   $10 minimum
  • Mohegan Sun
  • Palms
  • Westgate

Ultimate Texas Hold’em – 0.5%

Ultimate Texas Hold’em availability has been increasing since we started counting table games. 

Note that the betting structure of Ultimate Texas Hold’em requires an additional bet to continue the hand. Up to four times the original wager can be bet preflop, double the bet after the flop and equal the bet amount after the river. A $5 wager could increase to $30 with the blind, ante and raises. 

Downtown Las Vegas

  $5 minimum
  • Downtown Grand
  • El Cortez
  • Golden Nugget
   $10 minimum
  • Golden Gate
  • Plaza
  • The D
   $15 minimum
  • Circa

Las Vegas Strip

  $5 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Harrah’s
   $10 minimum
  • Circus Circus
  • Excalibur
  • Flamingo
  • Horseshoe
  • Linq
  • Luxor
  • New York-New York
  • Paris
  • Park MGM
  • Planet Hollywood
   $15 minimum
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace
  • Cosmopolitan
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • Resorts World
  • Treasure Island
   $25 minimum
  • Aria
  • Encore
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Palazzo
  • Venetian
  • Wynn

Locals casinos

  $5 minimum
  • Sam’s Town
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Sunset Station
   $10 minimum
  • Aliante
  • Boulder Station
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Rampart
  • Red Rock
  • Suncoast

Off-Strip casinos

  $5 minimum
  • Gold Coast
  • Orleans
  • Silverton
  • South Point
   $10 minimum
  • Palace Station
  • Palms
  • Rio
  • Westgate

Wild Five – 0.7%

Two casinos offer Wild Five. This year, Sam’s Town and Suncoast removed their tables. Cannery offers a $3 to $100 game. We found it for $10 to $50 at Aliante. This game uses a 53-card deck that includes a joker. Deuces and the joker are wild. The player starts with an ante and is dealt five cards. A raise of one to three times the ante is permitted or the player folds. 

Lost Las Vegas table games

Not see a table game listed above? It is possible it is one of many games that were once dealt in Las Vegas, but have left the market. Some games have been gone for a while like Cajun Stud, Chase the Flush, Double Ball Roulette, Flushes Gone Wild, Poker or Bust and River Hold’em. Some games never made it fully out of testing, like Casino Dominos

Others have disappeared more recently. Keep it Straight made a brief appearance at Flamingo in 2022. The object was similar to High Card Flush, but with straights. The player’s goal was to have a higher and longer straight than the dealer. 

Asia Poker is no longer dealt in any Las Vegas casinos. The table at Gold Coast was gone before 2021 started. Paris stopped dealing Asia Poker this past year. Ricochet Poker recently ended a short run at Binion’s.

Palazzo and Venetian were the last casinos to deal Caribbean Stud. Venetian also had Prosperity 3 Pictures, Royal 3 Pictures and  Raging Bullseye. All these games are MIA. Brief appearances were made by Criss Cross Poker at the Linq, Planet Hollywood and The Strat, Deuces Wild Hold’em at The D, Four Card Frenzy at Santa Fe Station and La Paire at El Cortez. Heart Attack was dealt at the Palms prior to the pandemic.

House edge/element of risk

Each game is listed with a house edge next to it. In games with one bet and no raises, like baccarat and roulette, it is the true house edge. For games that involve multiple bets, like Let it Ride, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em, we used the element of risk. This includes the effect on the house edge when the player puts more money into the hand than the minimum. For example, a raise in Three Card Poker or Ultimate Texas Hold’em.

We know the house edge and element of risk for most games. We needed help with a few. We used wizardofodds.com as the source of this information.