Bethlehem Casino

Whether you’re new to the table or a seasoned player, our table games offer something for everyone. Choose from Blackjack, Roulette, Three Card Poker and, of course, Caribbean Stud poker.

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All Games

All Games

Wind Creek Bethlehem is home to over 150 table games — find all your favorites, including:

Blackjack is one of the most popular casino table games. The object of the game is to have your cards total 21 or as near 21 as possible without going over. Everyone plays against the dealer (the House) who begins the game by dealing each player two cards and dealing the house one card face up and one card face down

Caribbean Stud Poker offers the player the challenge of poker but uses an easier-to-play format. In addition, it is the first progressive play jackpot ever offered with a table game. It is played on a special table, similar to blackjack, it is based on five card stud poker. Each player antes with the option of playing for a progressive jackpot and receives five cards face down. The dealer gets five cards with one card face up. The players examine their hands and decide to either fold, forfeiting the ante, or to make an additional bet, doubling the ante.

The dealer can only qualify and continue with an Ace/King or better. Without this minimum, the player automatically wins the ante and that hand is over. If the dealer can open and the player wins the hand, the player collects his/her ante and additional bet.

Craps is an exciting, fast-paced, action-packed game utilizing a pair of dice. One player, known as the “shooter,” throws the dice. All wagers must be placed before the shooter throws the dice.

Wind Creek Bethlehem now offers a new Novelty game called Criss Cross Poker. Criss Cross Poker is a variation of Poker that gives you additional chances to win. Win across, Win Down or Win Both.

Wind Creek Bethlehem is offering another new and exciting spin on Blackjack. This new game Free Bet Blackjack lets you double down on any two card hard total of 9, 10 or 11 and split any pair with the exception of 10 value cards for free!

This exciting variation of five card stud poker is easy to learn and fun to play. Each player places one bet of three equal amounts and receives three cards, while the dealer deals two “community” cards face down. After looking at your first three cards, you may ask for one of your bets back or you may “Let It Ride.” The dealer then turns up one card. You may then ask for your second bet back or “Let It Ride.” The second card is then turned over by the dealer exposing both community cards. At this point, all winning hands are paid according to the payout schedule (pair of 10s or better, two pair, etc.).

Mini/Midi Baccarat (pronounced Bah-ka-rah) has long been among the most popular casino games in Europe and Latin America, and, contrary to its appearance, is probably the simplest game to play.

The object of mini/midi baccarat is to bet on one of two hands, the one you think will come closest to nine. Nine is the highest hand. Ten value cards have zero value. Aces always count as one.

If the cards dealt total more than nine on either hand, they acquire the value of the second digit. Example: 10=0 17=7 20=0 23=3.

The shoe holds eight decks of cards. Before cards are dealt from the shoe, everyone places their bet on the side they think will win (Banker or Player). The dealer deals four cards alternately. Two are designated Player cards; two are designated Banker cards. The croupier announces the total of each hand and, if the rules require, will call for a possible third card for either side. The winning third card for either side is announced, losing bets are collected and winning bets are paid even money.

The game of Pai Gow (pronounced Pi Gow) is a game of Chinese dominoes, which is generally believed to have originated in China around the 12th century A.D. The name Pai Gow literally translated means “to make nine."

Roulette is an intriguing game that is played throughout the world. The large payoffs that are possible for small wagers always stimulate the interest of the expert as well as the novice player.

Different players use different colored chips so the bets are not confused. The value of your chips is determined by the price you pay for them.

Each spin of the wheel provides a multitude of options for the player. A player may bet on single numbers, rows of numbers or on adjacent numbers. A player also may play colors, odd or even numbers, among others. A bet on a single number pays 35 to 1, including the 0 and 00. Bets on red or black, odd or even pay 1 to 1, or even money.

Texas Hold’em Bonus™ Poker is a community card poker game played with one standard 52-card deck on a traditional size Blackjack table. Each player is dealt a two-card hand (hole cards) that can be used along with three or four of the community cards to create a five-card poker hand. If the best possible poker hand proves to be the five community cards, the Players and/ or the Dealer may elect not to use their two-card hand and “play the board” by using all five community cards instead. Texas Hold’em Bonus™ Poker is different from traditional Texas Hold’em played in poker rooms. This game is played “heads-up”, meaning each Player plays against the Dealer, and the best poker hand wins. For this reason, all wagers (Ante, Bonus, Flop, Turn, and River) are made before the Player views the cards, each step of the way.

The player has the option of making two separate wagers at the start of each game. Three cards will be dealt to each player and three cards will be dealt to the dealer. The first wager is called the “Pair Plus.” This bet wins with a player’s hand of a pair or higher. The second wager that can be made is called the “Ante.” This bet is made in order to play against the dealer. The object of the bet is to have a hand that ranks higher than the dealer’s hand.

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