Roulette is a casino game named after the French word meaning little wheel. In the game, players may choose to place bets on either a single number, various groupings of numbers, the colors red or black, whether the number is odd or even, or if the numbers are high (19–36) or low (1–18).
To determine the winning number and color, a dealer spins a ball around the numbered wheel until it falls into one of the pockets displaying a number and color.
3 CARD POKER
3 Card Poker is a similar, more interactive version of poker. Unlike traditional poker, it isn’t played against other players, instead, in three card poker where you play against the dealer you only have to be concerned with what your cards are and what the house’s cards are. Making a mistake only punishes you and not your fellow players like at the Blackjack tables.
Mississippi Stud is one of the most popular casino games played in New Hampshire. It is very easy to learn, and the possibility of big payouts makes it also one of the more exciting games in the casino. Wins are based only on the player’s final five card hand. The skill is in deciding how much to raise, or fold, as the cards are revealed.
Spanish 21 is a table game which was first introduced at brick and mortar casinos in 1995. Essentially, the game is heavily based on its classic counterpart, Blackjack. And whilst many of the casino game’s rules are predominantly the same, the game has several exciting rules and twists of its own.
CRAZY 4 POKER
Crazy 4 Poker is an easy to learn, house-banked table game with large payoffs for big poker hands. In a nutshell, it’s four-card stud and the winner takes all. If you enjoy playing 3-Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker may be right up your alley. The games are very similar except for the number of cards used, and the names of the bets have been changed.
Craps is the most popular dice table game played in casinos. The rules of craps are relatively simple; players bet or wager on the outcome of the combined number two dice will land on when rolled. Our knowledgeable dealers will be happy to explain the basics to you!
Craps is open at Boston Billiard Club & Casino from 6pm – 1am on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.