Las Vegas Table Game Survey
Welcome to the 2021 Las Vegas Table Game Survey. We visit every Las Vegas casino at the end of each year. Every table game is recorded. We enter the information into our database. We have been collecting table game data from Las Vegas casinos since 2010.
This section covers all non-blackjack games. Our details for Las Vegas table games include where to play it and the minimum bet. If there are rule variants, that is included. Examples are the number of zeros on roulette tables, craps odds and Pai Gow Poker versions.
The most popular Las Vegas table games are covered on individual pages. These are summarized in the section below with a link to the page in the section’s header. Smaller games or those with simple rules are covered in the second section of this page.
The data is collected by John Mehaffey. Kristina Mehaffey manages the Las Vegas Table Game Survey database.
Related: 2021 Las Vegas Blackjack Survey
Baccarat became the most popular Las Vegas non-blackjack game in 2020, edging out roulette, which held the title in all past versions of our Las Vegas Table Game Survey. The game is found at most Las Vegas Strip casinos, as well as larger ones in the downtown and locals markets. Minimum bets can vary drastically. Locals casinos may deal the game for $10, while it can be $100 or more on the Strip.
Crapless craps is making a small comeback in Las Vegas. Several MGM Resorts properties added it in 2020. The game does not have don’t bets. The pass line only wins on 7 in crapless craps. All other numbers become the point. The pass line and come cannot lose on the come out roll. This section includes maximum craps odds and whether the field bet pays double or triple on 12. The minimum bet is usually $10.
Most Las Vegas casinos deal craps. We cover the minimum bet at each casino, the maximum odds available for line bets, and if the field pays double or triple on 12. Craps games start at $1 in Henderson and can start as high as $25 along the Strip.
Crazy 4 Poker is a moderately popular table game in Las Vegas. Most tables are on the Strip or along Fremont Street. Minimum bets start at $5.
Heads Up Hold’em is like Ultimate Texas Hold’em. The major differences are the maximum preflop raise is only three times the ante and there is a bad beat bonus that makes up for it. The minimum bet is $5 to $10.
High Card Flush is one of the most popular newer games in Las Vegas. Players try to make the largest flush possible out of seven cards dealt. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10.
Let it Ride is one of the oldest poker table games. Players bet three stacks and have the option of pulling two back as a hand progresses. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10.
Mississippi Stud is dealt mainly along the Las Vegas Strip and downtown. Players hope to make the best poker hand. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10.
Our Pai Gow Poker section shows where to play each version of the game. This includes Face Up, Fortune and Emperor’s Challenge. Some casinos deal multiple versions. Minimum bets start at $5 in the locals market. Most Pai Gow Poker tables along the Las Vegas Strip and downtown start at $10 to $25.
Roulette is historically the most popular non-blackjack table game in Las Vegas. It lost the title to baccarat this year. This section covers the number of zeros at each roulette table in Las Vegas casinos. Some only have one zero. Minimum bets can range from a few dollars up to $100 at European roulette games.
This is the original Texas Hold’em table game. It is still dealt at a few Caesars Entertainment casinos and in downtown Las Vegas. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10.
Three Card Poker is one of the oldest and simplest poker table games. It is dealt at most Las Vegas casinos, often for just a $5 minimum bet.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em has become a favorite among Las Vegas poker players. The game plays like a Texas Hold’em hand with the ability to check or bet throughout the game. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10.
This section covers less popular games in Las Vegas. Most have just one installation. This section includes information on 3 Card Blitz, Asia Poker, Big Wheel, Blazing Bullseye, Casino War, DJ Wild, Deuces Wild Stud, I Luv Suits, Jackpot Hold’em, Pai Gow Tiles, Prosperity 3 Pictures, Super Baccarat, Three Card Prime and Wild Five Poker.
Las Vegas Table Game Survey FAQ
What table game has the lowest minimum bet in Las Vegas?
Jerry’s Nugget deals double zero roulette with a quarter minimum bet.
How many different table games are dealt in Las Vegas?
Our 2021 Las Vegas Table Game Survey found 28 non-blackjack games in Las Vegas.
Which table game has the most tables in Las Vegas?
Excluding blackjack, baccarat is the most popular game by number of tables in the Las Vegas market. Roulette is dealt at more casinos.