Casino table games
Lady luck is on your side! We invite you to enjoy our 41 table games for a new level of gaming excitement proudly offered at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino®. Come experience LIVE table games with some of the friendliest dealers on the East Coast. What sets our dealers apart from all others is their focus on excellent customer service delivered with true "Southern hospitality."
We have 41 tables: three Craps, four Roulette and 33 card games including Blackjack, Spanish 21, Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, High Card Flush, 21 + 3, WPT Heads Up Hold 'Em, Big 6 Wheel and Mississippi Stud. Tables are located on the first floor in the casino.
Monday through Thursday - 10 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Friday through Sunday, Table games will continue to be open 24 hours starting at 10 a.m. on Thursdays.
EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS (24 hours)
- We will open at 6 a.m. Monday, March 28th and stay open continuously until Monday, April 4th at 4 a.m.
There is no change in the Poker Room hours. The Poker Room will continue to be open 24/7.
NOW AVAILABLE •
$5 Tables • ( 6 a.m. - Noon • Fri., Sat. and Sun.)
Daily Table minimum starts at $10!
$10 minimum to $500 maximum
$25 minimum to $1, 000 maximum
$100 minimum to $2, 500 maximum
Black Jack is easy to learn and perfect for table game beginners. The object of the game is to draw cards, valued closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without ever exceeding 21. A Blackjack, or a two card hand that equal 21, is the best hand possible and has the highest bet return. Learn more about simple Blackjack strategies and techniques.
Table minimums vary from $5 to $15, with a maximum of $100 any way.
Roulette is another great game for newcomers. As one of the most popular casino games, it draws regulars and veterans alike. The object of game is to pick the winning number on the Roulette wheel. Players can bet on the color, specific numbers or on whether the outcome will be even or odd. Learn more about how to play Roulette.
Three Card Poker
"6 Card Bonus"
Three card poker is a combination of Pair Plus and Three Card Ante/Play. Bettors play these two games simultaneously. But be aware that three card poker hands rank differently because of the limited number of cards. If you are familiar with Texas Hold ‘em and would like to try a different variation of Poker, this may be the game for you. Learn more.
$10 Minimum to $1, 000 Maximum — Pass Line, Place Bets ($1200 each 6 & 8)
Craps is a fun and fast moving game. The craps pit is one of the liveliest parts of any casino. Players regularly congratulate each other after an exciting bets. There are about 40 different bets that can be made, however most players stick to a handful of common bets. Learn more.
This game is simple to learn and fun to play. There are three possible outcomes in Baccarat: player win, banker win, and tie. The “banker win” does not refer to a house win. Game participants can choose to bet on either the player or the banker’s hands. If you’re new to the game, learn more about how to play. If you would like to know about original baccarat version, read here:
The pace of the game is moderately fast, so new players are encouraged to know basic strategy before beginning. Learn how to play with this quick overview of common tips.
Similar to Blackjack, players aim to beat the dealer with a hand closer, but not over, 21. The main difference between this game and Blackjack, is that the 10’s are removed from the standard deck of cards. However, users who draw a Blackjack automatically win. The dealer is not able to tie. Learn more about this popular Blackjack alternative.
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow combines traditional poker with the Chinese game Pai Gow. Each player receives seven cards and makes two hands – a five card hand and a two card hand. To “win” the player’s hands both must be better than the bankers. In the event of a tie, the banker wins. If the player wins one hand and the banker wins one, neither party wins. This is referred to as a “push”. Learn more
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What is the daily maximum cash out allowed at a casino table game?
If you mean by law, there isn't one, at least not in Nevada or Mississippi, the only to states I'm familiar with.