Table Games

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The Foxwoods Poker Room, boasting 100 tables, features around-the-clock action.  Seven days a week, Foxwoods offers No-Limit Hold ‘em tournaments where weekly payouts are over $200,000 and guarantees total $55,000. With at least five tournaments a day plus Sit & Go events to choose from, players can experience more action and compete alongside the big names in poker with a chance to walk away with professional-level payouts.

 

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BACCARAT

Players place a wager on which of two hands (the "Player" or the "Banker") will have a total point value closest to 9. Each hand receives at least two cards but no more than three. Baccarat begins when the shoe (containing eight decks of cards) is passed to the first player. The first and third cards dealt from the shoe constitute the "Player's" hand, and the second and fourth cards constitute the "Banker's" hand.

Face cards and 10s count as 0, aces count as 1, and all other cards count at face value. If required, a third card is dealt to each hand according to specific rules outlined in the chart. If the point value of the first two cards drawn for either hand is 8 or 9, that is known as a "natural" and no additional cards will be drawn. The hand with the highest point total closest to nine wins. Winning bets are paid even money. However, a winning "Banker" bet pays a 5 percent commission, which may be paid at any time during the game. If both hands result in identical totals, the "Tie" bet wins, paying 8 to 1. When a "Tie" occurs, all bets on the "Player" and the "Banker" are neither paid nor taken.

Foxwoods offers both Baccarat in which the players control the cards, and Mini-Baccarat in which the Dealer controls the cards.

Terminology
K, Q, J, 10 = 0
Ace = 1
All other cards = face value.

Examples
Jack + Ace = 1
9 + 5 = 4
(Note: 9 plus 5 equals 4 because only the last digit of the total number counts.)

Rules ("Player") When the first two cards total:
1,2,3,4,5,0 Draw
6,7 Stands
8,9 Stands (Natural)
Rules ("Banker") Banker Having: Draws When Player's Third Card is:
3 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-0
4 2-3-4-5-6-7
5 4-5-6-7
6 6-7
7 8-9
Banker Having Does Not Draw When Player's Third Card is:
3 8
4 1-8-9-0
5 1-2-3-8-9-0
6 1-2-3-4-5-8-9-0
7 Stands
8-9 Stands (Natural)

When the "Player" stands on 6 or 7, the "Banker" must draw on totals of 0,1,2,3,4, and 5 and stand on 6,7,8, and 9. The "Banker" must draw on totals of 0, 1, or 2, then observe the rules for "Banker.

 

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BLACKJACK

Each player places a wager in the center of the betting circle. The dealer then deals two cards to each player, face up. The dealer also receives two cards, one face up, the other face down. Kings, Queens, Jacks, and 10s each count as 10. Aces count as either 1 or 11 as a player wishes. All cards, 2 through 9, count at face value.

If your first two cards are an ace and 10 value card, you have Blackjack and you are paid one and one-half times the wager (3 to 2) unless the dealer also has Blackjack. You may not take a "hit" on a Blackjack. However, if you don't have Blackjack, you may continue to draw cards attempting to total as close to a score of 21 without exceeding it. If you do go over 21, you "break" and lose the wager.

Dealer must draw on all totals of soft 17 or less and stand on all totals of hard 17 or higher.

Terminology
Split: When your first two cards have the same point value, you have the option of splitting them into two separate hands. You simply place an identical wager next to the original wager and the Dealer will create two hands for you.

Multiple Splits: After splitting the first time, if your next card is of the same point value, you now have the option of splitting again (up to three times which results in a total of four separate hands). Note: Ten value cards and Aces may only be split once.

Double Down: You match the original bet (or double down for less) on the first two cards dealt and receive one additional card. Double-down wagering is not permitted when the player has Blackjack, however. You may double down on split hands as well, but certain exceptions apply.

Push: When you and the dealer have equal point values at the end of the hand this is a "push," and the wager is neither paid nor taken.

Insurance: When the dealer's up card is an ace, you may buy insurance, an additional amount equal or up to half of your original wager. You may purchase insurance when you believe that the dealer's down card is a ten-value card. If the dealer has Blackjack, the insurance wager pays 2 to 1. If the dealer does not have Blackjack, the insurance wager loses and the game continues. A Blackjack will beat a drawn point total of 21.

Even Money: If you have a Blackjack and the dealer has an ace showing as the up card, you may elect to take "even money. The dealer will then pay you "even money" (1 to 1) on your bet before he checks his/her hand.

Surrender: After the dealer ensures that he/she does NOT have a Blackjack, you may surrender half of your wager to leave the hand.

Super Sevens: On clearly marked tables, you may wager an additional $1.00 bet in the hope that you will be dealt one or more 7s.

Payout Chart
First Card 7 $3.00
First Two Cards 7s any suit $50.00
First Two Cards 7s same suit $100.00
First Three Cards 7s any suit $500.00
First Three Cards 7s same suit $5000.00

(If you split 7s of different suits, you will be paid $50.00 only. If you split 7s of the same suit, you will be paid $100.00 only.)

Match the Dealer: On clearly marked tables, you may wager an additional bet in the hope that one or both of your initial two cards match the Dealers up card.

Payout Chart -- Match the Dealer -- Blackjack
1 Unsuited Match 4-1
2 Unsuited Matches 8-1
1 Suited Match 10-1
1 Unsuited and 1 Suited Match 14-1
2 Suited Matches 20-1

 

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CARIBBEAN STUD POKER

Caribbean Stud Poker is a variation of traditional 5-Card Stud poker with odds for higher winning hands.

Place a bet known as the "ante" in the appropriately marked betting circle. Players also make the optional $1 jackpot wager at this time.

The Dealer will then deal you and every other player five (5) cards face down. They will also deal five (5) cards to themselves four (4) face-down and one (1) face-up.

Look at your cards and decide on one of two options:

Fold You lose your "ante" wager and that round is finished for you.
Play You place an additional wager in the bet area, which must be double the amount of the "ante" wager.
The Dealer then reveals his/her hand and compares it with each player's hand still in play according to the standard Poker ranking of hands. The Dealer's hand must "Qualify" with an Ace/King hand or better. If the Dealer's hand fails to qualify, the player wins even money (1 to 1) on the amount of his/her "Ante" wager and the "Back bet" is a standoff (Push). If the Dealer's hand does qualify, and his/her hand is higher than the player's hand, that player loses both the "Ante" and "Back bet" wagers. If the player's hand is higher, he/she will win even money (1 to 1) on the "Ante" wager and a bonus amount based on the "back bet" wager, up to a maximum payout of $5,000.

Caribbean Stud Bonus Payouts
One Pair or Less 1 to 1
Two Pair 2 to 1
Three of a Kind 3 to 1
Straight 4 to 1
Flush 5 to 1
Full House 7 to 1
Four of a Kind 20 to 1
Straight Flush 50 to 1
Royal Flush 100 to 1
Maximum Payout $5,000.00

Progressive Jackpot

The Progressive Jackpot wager is $1 per hand. If you choose to play the jackpot feature of the game, you are responsible for ensuring your Progressive Jackpot light is lit, as well as notifying the dealer if you have been dealt a jackpot hand. Regardless of the outcome of the poker hand, any player holding a jackpot hand who has wagered the Progressive Jackpot will receive a bonus for that hand according to the following chart:

Flush $50.00
Full House $100.00
Four of a Kind $500.00
Straight Flush 10% of Jackpot
Royal Flush 100% of Jack

CASINO WAR

Casino War* is a return to your childhood; join in the fun. Yes, Foxwoods is pleased to offer this great game. It's fast; it's fun; the pace is furious.

War is as simple a game as one could imagine. The dealer will deal you one card face-up and one card face-up to him/herself. If your card is higher than the dealer's card, you win. Should both you and the dealer match cards, then you have the option of surrendering half your wager, or you may choose to go to "War.

A Player also has the option to wager on the Tie. If your card and the dealers card match, you win ten to one.

 

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

CRAPS

Foxwoods is now offering 5 Times Odds.

The object of Craps is to wager on potential combinations of numbers being rolled either with "Sequence Bets" or "Roll Bets. To play, a player will roll two dice directly down the center of the "Craps" table attempting to hit the far wall of the table.

Terminology
The Pass Line:
WINS: Shooter rolls 7 or 11 on the first or "Come Out" Roll.
LOSES: Shooter rolls 2, 3, or 12.
Any other number (4,5,6,8,9,10) becomes the POINT and must be rolled again before a 7 is rolled in order to win.

The Don't Pass Line:
WINS: Shooter rolls 2 or 3 on the first or "Come Out" Roll.
LOSES: Shooter rolls 7 or 11 on the first or "Come Out" Roll. Push (tie): Shooter rolls 12.
Any other number (4,5,6,8,9,10) becomes the point. You win when the shooter rolls a 7 before the point is repeated.
POINT: Any other number (4,5,6,8,9,10). You win when the shooter rolls a 7 before the point is repeated.

The Odds:
After the Point has been established: You may take or lay odds in addition to your original wager.

Pass Odds Don't Pass Odds
6 and 8 = 6 to 5 Lay 6 to win 5
5 and 9 = 3 to 2 Lay 3 to win 2
4 and 10 = 2 to 1 Lay 2 to win 1

Come and Don't Come Bets:
The same as Pass and Don't Pass Line bets but may only be made after the shooter has established the point. The dealer moves your bet to the appropriate number.

Place Bets:
A bet placed by the dealer any time after the point is established on numbers 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 which must be repeated before a 7 is rolled. Place bets do not count on come out rolls.

Place Bet Odds:
6 and 8 = 7 to 6
5 and 9 = 7 to 5
4 and 10 = 9 to 5

Field Bet:
A one-roll bet that may be made on any roll. If 3,4,9,10, or 11 rolls, you win even money (1 to 1). If 2 or 12 rolls, you win double (2 to 1). A Field Bet is a "self-service" bet placed by you. 

CRAZY 4 POKER

Crazy 4 Poker is an easy game to master. It offers all the exciting elements of Three Card Poker and features new rules, betting options and a higher payout.

How to play: You receive five cards to make your best four-card poker hand. A four-card straight is a straight, a four-card flush is a flush, etc.

Player vs. Dealer: Make equal bets on the Ante and Super Bonus spots. After seeing your cards, you can fold or stay in the game by making the Play wager. The Play wager must match your Ante unless you have a pair of Aces or better. If you have at least a pair or Aces, you may bet up to three times your Ante. The dealer qualifies with King-high or better.  When you beat the dealer’s qualifying hand, your Ante and Play bets win even money. When the dealer qualifies and beats your hand, your Ante and Play bets lose. When the dealer does not qualify, your Play bet wins and your Ante bet pushes. Super Bonus and Queens Up wagers are resolved normally.

Super Bonus: The Super Bonus wins when you have a straight or better. Failure to get at least a straight, however, does not result in an automatic loss. The Super Bonus pushes when you have less than a straight, but you bet or tie the dealer’s hand. If your hand of a straight or better loses to the dealer, you still receive the Super Bonus payout. In addition, your original Super Bonus bet is not removed.

Queens Up: The Queens Up optional bonus bet wins when you receive a pair of Queens or better. 

IN BET IN BETWEEN

Dealer's upcard is in-between player's first two cards.  IN-BET is an exciting new side bet that offers five big payouts.

IN-BETween wager is a wager that the Dealer's upcard falls IN BETween the Player's first two dealt cards, according to the "RANK ORDER":  2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K-A, and is lost otherwise.  The only exception to this rule is if the Player is initially dealt two cards of the same rank and the Dealer's dealt face up card is also of the same rank.

The player is paid according to the payout table depending on their card spread.

In Between Payout Table
Triple Match:  30-1
One-Card Spread:  10-1
Two-Card Spread:  6-1
Three-Card Spread:  4-1
Any In Between:  1-1

LET IT RIDE

Let It Ride* is a simple but exciting game that follows the standard rules of Poker. You place an equal wager in each of the three betting circles marked "1", "2," and "3. The dealer then deals three cards to each player face down and the dealer receives two community cards (placed face down in front of the dealer) that all players use to complete their five-card hand. Players then view their cards. If you think you have the beginning of a winning hand, you say, "Let it ride." If not, you ask the dealer to push back the bet.

The dealer then reveals the first of the community cards, which becomes the fourth card in each player's hand. If you still feel confident, you say, "Let it ride. If not, you tell the dealer to push back the bet. The dealer then reveals the second community card, which completes all players' hands. Each player who has a pair of 10s or better wins, and the better the hand, the higher the payouts. (See chart below.)

Basic Pay Table
Royal Flush 1000 to 1
Straight Flush 200 to 1
Four of a Kind 50 to 1
Full House 11 to 1
Flush 8 to 1
Straight 5 to 1
Three of a Kind 3 to 1
Two Pair 2 to 1
Pair of 10s or better 1 to 1

Bonus Play:
After placing three equal bets, you may add a dollar to "light up" the bonus spot. That automatically enters you into a chance for BONUS payments for a hand of "two pair" or better.

Bonus Pay Table
Royal Flush $20,000.00
Straight Flush $2,000.00
Four of a Kind $100.00
Full House $75.00
Flush $50.00
Straight $25.00
Three of a Kind $8.00
Two Pair $4.00

3 Card Bonus Play:
Along with the initial 3 equal bets, you may add a wager of $1-$100 on the 3 Card Bonus Side Bet, which pays a bonus for a pair or better on the three cards dealt to you.

3 Card Bonus Pay Table
50-1   Mini Royal
40-1   Straight Flush
30-1   3-of-a-Kind
  5-1   Straight
  4-1   Flush
  1-1   Pair

 

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

MONEY WHEEL

The Money Wheel is perhaps the easiest of all casino games to play. You simply place a wager on the number of your choice. The dealer then spins the Wheel, and the number on which it stops is the winning number. All bets must be placed before the dealer spins the Wheel. You may bet on as many numbers as you wish.

Basic Pay Table A Bet On Pays
1 1:1
2 2:1
5 5:1
10 10:1
20 20:1
JOKER 40:1
FOXWOODS 40:1

PAI GOW POKER

Pai Gow Poker* combines the elements of the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow and the American game of Poker. It is played with a traditional deck of 52 playing cards plus one joker. The joker may be used only as an Ace or to complete a straight, a flush, or a straight flush. Players also have the option to bank bets against all other players. However, the house must bank alternate hands.

Ranking the Hands
The value of hands is based on basic poker rankings. Each player is dealt seven cards that you arrange to make two hands: a two-card hand and a five-card hand. The five-card hand must be a higher ranking poker hand than the two-card hand. (If the two-card hand is a pair of sevens, for example, the five-card hand must be at least a pair of sevens or higher.)

Object of the Game
The goal of Pai Gow Poker is for both of your hands to win. If you win one hand but lose the other, that is considered a "push" and you neither win nor lose. When both of your hands are higher than the dealer's or player/banker's hand, you win even money less a 5 percent commission.

Play of the Game
The "Shuffle Master" displays a random number on the indicator that determines who receives the first hand. Each hand is dealt face down. You then arrange your cards into a two-card low hand and a five-card high hand, as described in "Ranking the Hands. The dealer does not display his/her cards until all players have set their hands face down in the designated spaces. Each player's hand is then compared to the dealer's hand.

Rules to Remember
Once the dealer exposes his/her cards, players cannot touch their cards. Players are not permitted to expose their hands or discuss them with other players. Any player's hand that is set incorrectly automatically loses. You are responsible for arranging your own hand and should do so with care. Foul hands are: A) two-card hand higher than five-card hand, and B) the wrong number of cards in the hands.

Pai Gow Poker Rankings
Five Aces
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Four of a Kind
Full House
Flush
Straight
Three of a Kind
Two Pair
One Pair
High Card
Pai Gow Poker Terminology
Pai Gow Poker House Way

No Pair:
Place the second and third highest cards in front.

One Pair:
Pair in back, highest two other cards in front.

Two Pair:
Big Pair is Aces, Kings, Queens, Jacks: Place small pair in front.

Big Pair is 10s, 9s, 8s, 7s: Place both pair in back if you can: Put an Ace in front, otherwise split.

Big Pair is 6s, 5s, 4s, 3s: Place both pair in back if you can: place a King or higher in front: otherwise split.

Three Pair:
Place high pair in front.

Three of a Kind:
Aces: Place an Ace and the next highest card in front.

Kings and below: Place three of a kind in back, two highest cards in front.

Two Sets:
Place pair from higher set in front.

Straight, Flush, Straight Flush:
With No Pair: Place the two highest cards in front that will leave any complete hand in back.

With One Pair: Place highest possible two cards (pair or no pair) in front that will leave any complete hand in back.

Exception: With an Ace and a pair of Kings, Queens, Jacks or 10s, play the Ace in front and pair in back if front hand can be improved.

With Two Pair: Play according to two-pair strategy.

With Three of a Kind: Place complete hand in back, pair in front.

Full House:
Put highest permissible pair in front.

Four of a Kind:
Aces, Kings, Queens, Jacks: Always split.

10s, 9s, 8s, 7s: Play four of a kind in back if you can; put at least a King up front; otherwise split.

6s and below: never split.

Four of a Kind with a Pair (or Three of a Kind):
Play the pair in front.

Five Aces:
Place pair of Aces in front, unless a pair of Kings can be played in front.

 

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

PAI GOW TILES

Pai Gow which literally translated from Chinese means "Cards-Nine" is the forerunner of American dominoes. The 32 dominoes used in Pai Gow are mixed or shuffled by the house dealer. The dominoes are placed in eight stacks of four each. The dealer and up to six players each receive one stack (four dominoes).

The Object
With the four dominoes dealt, you will make two combinations that both total closest to nine. The object in setting both combinations is to have them both higher than the two combinations of the hand against which you are playing.

The Deal
Pai Gow is a complex rotating bank game. The bank is offered to each player in turn, counterclockwise. The player has the option of either accepting the bank or passing it to the next player. The banker begins the game by rolling three dice, the total of which determines which player receives the first set of dominoes. (Starting from the bank, the dealer counts counterclockwise.) Each player receives four dominoes and plays two hands simultaneously, a high hand and a low hand. Both hands must be higher than the banker's hand to win. If one hand is higher and the other lower, it is a push. If both of your hands are lower than the banker's hand, you lose. A complex ranking system determines the value of each hand. First, is a pair. Second, is a 12 or 2 with a 9. Third, 12 or 2 with an 8, then as close to 9 as possible.

Ranking Combinations
You will need to memorize or refer to the chart for the first sixteen rankings. The highest is the "Supreme" combinations, called in Chinese, "Jee Joon" domino three (red 1, white 2) and domino six (white 2, red 4). The second of sixteen rankings are pairs or "Bo. Pairs do not follow a number sequence from highest to lowest or vice versa. The pairs are actually symbols to the Chinese. For example, the second highest ranking is the pair of twelves called, "Double Heaven. The third ranking is the pair of twos called, "Double Earth. The fourth ranking is the pair of red eights or "Double People," etc. (See Chart.)

The thirteenth to sixteenth ranking pairs are not identical dominoes; they are known as pairs.

After the pair ranking, the best combinations are the "Wong" (King), which is the twelve (Heaven) and any nine. This ranking is followed by the dominoes two (Earth) and the nine. Next is the "Gong" (Steel), which is the twelve (Heaven) and any eight followed by the two (Earth) and any eight.

When Bo (pairs), Wong, or Gong combinations cannot be made, the next combinations are ranked from nine to zero. These are the most common rankings and represent the basis of the game of Pai Gow (Cards-Nine). For example, the two dominoes 10 and 9 make a 9. The 11 and 4 make a 5. The 11 and 9 make a zero.

When the player and banker have two dominoes totaling the same number, the combination with the higher "single ranking" wins the hand.

For example: Player One has a higher-ranking hand with the white 10 than Player Two with the white 11.

Wild Dominoes
The 3 and 6 dominoes that make the "Supreme" combinations (Jee Joon) are "wild dominoes. The 3 can be used as a 3 or a 6. The 6 can be used as a 6 or 3. For example, dominoes 6 and 4 make zero; however, this 6 can be used as a 3, which makes 7, a better combination.

ROULETTE

Players may wager on the number(s), combination of numbers, or color they think the spinning ball will land on in the Roulette Wheel. Each player receives his/her own distinct color chips that are good only at the table at which they are issued. The specific value of each color is established when a player "buys in. You must trade them for value chips before leaving that table. Players may continue to place bets until the dealer announces, "No more bets.

Foxwoods offers both Single Zero Roulette and Double Zero Roulette.

Straight-up: All numbers, zero and double zero (35 to 1)
Column bet: Any of the 12 numbers in the column bet (2 to 1)
Dozen: 1-12, 13-24, 25-36 (2 to 1)
Red or Black: The color on the number corresponds to color bet (1 to 1)
Odd or Even: All odd numbers or all even numbers (1 to 1)
1 to 18 or 19 to 36: All numbers 1-18 or 19-36 (1 to 1)
Split: Either of the two numbers split (17 to 1)
Street: Any of the three numbers in the row bet (11 to 1)
Corner: Any of the four numbers forming the corner (8 to 1)
Top Line: 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3 (6 to 1)
Line Bet: Any of the six numbers in the two rows bet (5 to 1)

SPANISH 21

Spanish 21 is a variation of Blackjack combining the excitement of a Blackjack game with the multiple payoffs of a slot machine. Spanish 21 is similar to Blackjack with numerous options providing more fun and more ways to win. All cards count as face value except Kings, Queens, and Jacks, which always count as 10. Aces count as either 11 or 1.

The game itself is played with eight (8) Spanish Decks. A Spanish Deck is a standard deck of cards with the 10s removed. Each player places a wager in the center of the betting circle. The dealer then deals two cards to each player face up. The dealer also receives two cards, one face up, the other face down.

If your first two cards are an ace and 10 value card, you have Blackjack and you are paid one and one-half times the wager (3 to 2). However, if you don't have Blackjack, you may continue to draw cards attempting to total as close to a score of 21 without exceeding it. If you do go over 21, you "break" and lose the wager.

Dealers must take a "hit" on all totals of 16 or less. Dealers must stand on all totals of 17 or higher.

A Players Blackjack always beats a Dealers Blackjack and is paid 3 to 2 odds. A Players total of 21 always beats a Dealers total of 21. Certain Player 21 totals result in a Bonus 21 Payout.

Match the Dealer:
In addition to the regular bet, a Player may place a side bet on the possibility that either of his/her first two cards will match exactly the Dealers up card in rank. These matches can be either suited or non-suited, creating five possible payoffs.

Spanish 21 Terminology
Split: When your first two cards have the same point value, you have the option of splitting them into two separate hands. You simple place an identical wager next to the original wager and the Dealer will create two hands for you.

Multiple Splits: After splitting the first time, if your next card is of the same point value, you now have the option of splitting again up to three times which results in a total of four separate hands including ten value cards and Aces.

Double Down: You match the original bet (or double down for less) on any number of cards as long as the total does not exceed 21. Double-down wagering is not permitted when the player has Blackjack, however. You may double down on split hands as well, but certain exceptions apply. Double Down Rescue: You may choose to rescue (take back) the double down portion of the bet and forfeit the original bet. Double downs that have been broken (exceeded 21) may not be rescued.

Push: When you and the dealer have equal point values at the end of the hand this is a "Push, and the wager is neither paid nor taken.

Insurance: You may bet up to one-half of your original bet when the dealers up-card is an Ace even if you have a paid blackjack.

Surrender: After the dealer ensures that he/she does NOT have a Blackjack, you may surrender half of your wager to leave the hand.

Super Sevens Bonus: Whenever a player receives 3 suited 7s on his/her first three cards and the dealers up card is a 7, that player automatically wins a bonus payout at no extra cost to him/her. In addition, all other players on the table will win a $50 ENVY BONUS just for being in that round of play Match the Dealer: On clearly marked tables, you may wager an additional bet in the hope that one or both of your initial two cards match the Dealers up card.

Payout Chart -- Match the Dealer -- Spanish 21
1 Unsuited Match 3-1
2 Unsuited Matches 6-1
1 Suited Match 12-1
1 Unsuited and 1 Suited Match 15-1
2 Suited Matches 24-1

THREE CARD POKER

Three Card Poker* is an exciting, fast-paced game that gives the player three ways to play; four ways to WIN Pair Plus, Ante, or both PAIR PLUS and ANTE. The player can play against the dealer and/or simply play for a pair or better.

Pair Plus:
Place a wager on Pair Plus to bet on your own hand (not against the dealers hand) and win automatically with a pair or better.

Ante:
Place a wager on the Ante and, if you like your cards, place an equal wager on the spot marked PLAY. If the dealer qualifies with a Queen high or better, compare your hand with the dealers hand and the better hand wins.

Play Both:
Its you and the cards for a pair or better; its you and the dealer for the best 3 card poker hand. You must make the PLAY wager or you will forfeit your ante.

Ante Bonus:
If you play the ante and play wagers you may win a bonus payout even if the dealer doesnt qualify, and even if the dealers hand beats your hand.

                            Pair Plus              Ante Bonus
Pair                        1 to 1                        
Flush                      4 to 1                        
Straight                  5 to 1                   1 to 1
3 of a Kind             30 to 1                   4 to 1
Straight Flush         40 to 1                   5 to 1

 

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

TIPS & FAQS

VALUE OF CHIPS

  • White $1.00
  • Pink $2.50
  • Red $5.00
  • Green $25.00
  • Black $100.00
  • Purple $500.00
  • Orange $1,000.00
  • Gray $5,000.00

TABLE SIGNS

Minimum Bets

  • White $2.00
  • Red $5.00
  • Yellow $10.00
  • Orange $15.00
  • Green $25.00
  • Blue $50.00
  • Black $100.00
  • Purple $500.00

BUY IN
To "buy in" on a game, simply place your cash or chips directly on the gaming table. Chips can only be purchased from a gaming table; they cannot be purchased from the cashier's cage. Please keep in mind that dealers are not permitted to remove anything from a player's hand.

 

WAGERING
Once you have decided how much to wager on your next turn, place an appropriate number of chips in the betting area, where they will remain until the outcome is known. At the conclusion of each hand the dealer computes the payoffs paying the winning bets and taking the losing ones.

 

REDEEM CHIPS
The dealer cannot redeem chips for cash. You must go to the cashier's cage to redeem your chips for currency. You may ask the dealer to "color up" your chips exchanging smaller-value chips for larger denominations, which makes them easier to transport to the cashier's cage.

 

GRATUITIES
If you wish to present a token of your appreciation to a dealer, you may do so at any time during your table play. However the dealer may only accept tips in the form of cash or chips. Please make the dealer aware of any gratuity by noting it as such when you present it.

 

FOXWOODS REWARDS CARD
Each time you present your Rewards Card at a table or slot machine you earn valuable points that can be redeemed for complimentaries or used toward the purchase of goods and services throughout the resort. For table games, notify the dealer or floor supervisor that you wish to have your play rated. To review the balance on your Rewards Card, login to Foxwoods Rewards or call 1-800-FOXWOODS (1-800-369-9663). If you do not already have a Rewards Card, simply register at any Foxwoods Rewards location and you can acquire one instantly.

 

HELPFUL REMINDERS
Please keep in mind that players are not allowed to touch the gaming cards at any time (with the exception of games where the cards are hand-held, such as Poker and Caribbean Stud). Players are not allowed to lay purses, bags, wallets or other articles on the gaming table.

 

Our professional gaming staff will be happy to answer your questions related to particular games. In fact, we encourage you to ask. After all, the more you know, the more you can enjoy your gaming experience.