A PLAYER'S PARADISE
Pechanga is a table games player’s paradise! With over 132 tables, the variety
and table limits provide action for players at virtually every level in both smoking
and non-smoking environments. Game choices include Blackjack, Three-Card Poker,
Let It Ride, Mini-Baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, Mystery Card Roulette, Buster
Blackjack, EZ Baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Emperor's Challenge Pai Gow, Progressive Fortune Pai Gow
and Pechanga Craps.
Traditional no collection Vegas-style Blackjack with table limits up to $10,000
every day! The object is to beat the dealer’s hand without going bust – or
Easy to play and lots of fun! In addition to the regular game where the best hand
wins, (yours or the dealer’s) you may also make the Pair Plus side bet. Your Pair
Plus bet wins if your 3-card hand contains a pair or better and is paid when the
hand is completed according to the odds posted at the table. After all ante and
Pair Plus bets are made (your Pair Plus bet can’t be more than your ante) the dealer
delivers each player a 3-card hand. Once you have checked your hand you can either
fold or play your hand against the dealer’s. If you fold, you forfeit your ante
and your Pair Plus bets. If you play you must make an additional bet equal to your
ante. Once the bets are made the dealer sets the hand and settles the remaining
bets. Is there a bonus involved here depending on dealer’s hand? No, the Pair Plus
bet, as described above, is the bonus.
LET IT RIDE
If you like taking chances, this game is for you! Let your bets ride all the way
to the end. Play starts after you make three bets of equal size. Then the dealer
hands you three cards and deals the house two cards face down. After seeing your
cards, you have the choice to either take back one of your bets or Let it Ride!
The dealer then turns over one card. If you like what you see, you can either pull
back your second bet or Let it Ride again…and so on. This game lets you win big,
PAI GOW POKER
Pai Gow Poker is an American invention using the ancient Chinese tile game coupled
with the American card game. Played with a 53-card deck including a Joker, a roll
of the dice determines who gets the first hand. Each player is then dealt a set
of seven cards. Cards are arranged into five-card and two-card Poker hands. The
rankings of the five-card hand are the same as regular Poker. The two-card hand
can be a pair or two individual cards. The highest two-card hand is a pair of aces
and the lowest is a 2 -3. After all hands are set, the dealer’s cards are set and
it's time to compare. If you win both hands, you get paid, If you lose both, you
lose your bet. If you win one hand and lose one hand, it's a tie and you get your
money back. The game is house-banked but you have the option, in turn, to bank yourself.
A fast paced version of Baccarat wherein up to nine players can be seated and all
cards are dealt by the dealer. The object of the game is to come as close to the
number nine as possible. Face cards and tens, or any combination of cards totaling
ten, count as nothing. The ace is counted as one; the deuce is two, etc. You may
place your bet either with the bank or with the players. The deal starts with two
2-card hands face-up, one the player’s hand, the other, the banker’s hand. An additional
card may be drawn to either hand according to the set rules of the game. Winning
banker's hand wagers are charged a 5% commission. If both the player's and the banker's
hand result in identical totals, it’s a tie and neither the banker's wagers nor
the player's wagers win or lose. Tie wagers are paid 8 to 1.
Just like craps with a twist! Two regular playing cards, numbered one through six
are used to determine the "roll." Otherwise, it’s business as usual at the world’s
fastest gambling game. Make a Pass Line bet and win with a 7 or 11 on the come-out
"roll" – 2, 3 or 12 (Craps) will lose. Any other number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9,10) becomes
your "point". Repeat your point number before you roll a seven to win your Pass
ULTIMATE TEXAS HOLD 'EM
Like regular poker, but you play against the dealer.
MYSTERY CARD ROULETTE
Just like the Vegas game with cards.
When the dealer breaks, everyone gets paid.
FORTUNE PAI GOW POKER
More bonus opportunities.
EMPEROR'S CHALLENGE PAI GOW
Traditional Pai Gow with bonus bets.
PROGRESSIVE FORTUNE PAI GOW
Side bets progressively accumulate until someone gets a royal flush.