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Q:What does it cost to host a Las Vegas Style casino party for my next event?
A: Please visit our Casino Night pricing page to find out.
Q: How many tables should we consider having for our event?
A: You should consider that at least 70% of your guests will play:
Casino chart: (# of people can play at this table at one time)
Poker : 6
Let It Ride: 6
Texas Hold Em’: 8
Small Craps (8 ft.): 10
Large Craps (13 ft.): 15
Slot Machines: 1
***Client must have facility provide chairs for all sitting tables
and be sure to add / count in a chair for your dealer.
(all are sit down tables except for Craps)
Q: Which tables do you recommend?
A: You want at least 1 Craps, 1 Roulette, 1 or more Texas Hold Ems’, 1 Let It Ride and as many Blackjacks as possible. Blackjack is the most popular by far. Slots machines are colorful and play the Casino tunes you hear in Vegas. Only one person can play at a time but it’s a huge added attraction as well as a big favorite for ladies.
Q: Do we truly need a Cashier?
A: Not really. But if you do decide to have one for the night, then that allows you (the host) plenty of “one-on-one greeting time” for your guests as they begin to arrive. The Cashier will then pass out the play money and answer any questions they have.
Q: How long do we get to play Casino?
A: There is a 3 hour minimum. Over time is available for an extra charge if needed. 99% of our Casino parties are 3 hours long.
Q: How much play money bills should we pass out?
A: We recommend passing out two $5000 play money bills to each guest. It’s a good large amount to start having fun with.
Q: Then what?
A: Tell your guests that soon, an announcement will be made to “begin playing!”. Your guests can exchange their paper play money for chips from their favorite dealer as they begin.
Q: Then what?
A: Players continue to play until the “last hand of the night” is announced. Players then turn in their chips to the dealers who will in turn will give each player a double sided raffle ticket (we
provide) for every $5000 of play money earnings. Players will then go to the prize table and put one of their raffle tickets (or more) in the fish bowl for prize drawings.
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