There’s nothing quite like the live action of a table game. Find your thrill at Seminole Classic Casino with table games dealing non-stop excitement with each and every hand. Grab a seat and get into whichever game you love:
- Spanish 21
- Mini Baccarat
- Pai-Gow Poker
- Three Card Poker
- Mississippi Stud
- Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em
- Double Draw Poker
- Criss Cross Poker
Traditional Vegas style Blackjack. You want a hand that will come closer than the dealer to 21, without exceeding 21. Place an additional wager on “match the Dealer” with the chance to win up to twenty times your wager.
This variation of Blackjack offers several different ways to win. You are automatically included in the “Super Bonus” every hand. Make a hand of three suited sevens when the Dealer has a seven and win up to $5000. Everyone else wagering at the table automatically wins the “envy bonus”. With Spanish 21 you have the option of “surrender” immediately after you see your first two cards. With the “double down rescue” option you are allowed to keep your double down wager and forfeit your original wager if you are not satisfied with your hand. Spanish 21 also pays up to three times your wager based on the total amount of cards that made your hand of 21.
Baccarat allows you to wager on the Player or the Banker. Nine is the magic number in this game where the winning hand total is the one closest to nine. Increase your winnings with Wagering the “Tie Bets” and “pairs” wagers. We also offer the exciting Macau version of Baccarat where you are the one who actually faces the cards.
Pai Gow poker combines the ancient Chinese game of Pai-Gow with traditional Poker. Everyone is dealt seven cards including the Dealer. The object of the game is to make a five card high hand and a two card second highest hand. You have the option of using the Joker as an Ace or in a straight or Flush. After your hands are set the dealer will set his cards according to the casino “house ways”. If the dealers two hands do not beat both of your hands you will push the hand. If both of your hands beat the dealers two hands you win, it is that simple.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker gives you the opportunity to win in three different ways. Wager your three cards against the dealer’s three cards. You will have the option to stay in or fold your hand after looking at your cards. The Dealer must qualify with a “Queen high” in order to play. If the Dealer does not qualify you win your Ante. Place a “Pairs Plus Wager’” and win up to 100-1 on that wager regardless of the Dealers hand.
Mississippi Stud features a five-card poker hand with three in the community and two in your hand. Instead of competing against the dealer, you can raise up to three times your ante or fold as the cards are revealed. With payouts of up to 500-1 and a Three Card Bonus that pays up to 100-1 there are several ways to win.
Wager against the Dealer, highest card wins! Place a Tie wager and win 10-1 if your card value is the same as the Dealer’s.
Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
Ultimate Texas Hold'em features heads-up play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet. This game gives you several advantages including: the earlier you bet the more you can bet, you don't have to fold until you see all the community cards and the Trip bonus pays odds if your final five-card hand is a three-of-a-king or better.
Double Draw Poker
Double Draw Poker is played with a standard 52-card deck and 2 Jokers. The Jokers can be used as an Ace or to complete a "Straight" or "Flush". The player gets two chances to draw cards to complete their 5 card poker hand.
Criss Cross Poker
Criss Cross Poker is a poker game played using a standard 52-card deck. The objective of Criss Cross Poker is for the player to make a pair of 6's or better going across and, separately, going down using the community cards and their two hole cards. The 5 Card Bonus bet wins with a pair of 6's or better using just the five community cards.
See Player's Club for complete details. Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at any time. Must be 21 years or older. Seminole Wild Card members that have been trespassed or banned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, or have opted into the self-exclusion program are prohibited from participating. Other restrictions may apply. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call 1.888.ADMIT.IT.