Atlantic City Table Games
At Bally's Atlantic City Casino, we serve up excitement, tableside!
Whether you prefer the strategy of Blackjack or the fast action of Craps, all of them are played on the most thrilling Atlantic City table games on the Boardwalk. Grab the dice, double down or place your bet on red or black; there's never a dull moment on our casino floor!
The current jackpot is five hundred thousand and growing on our all-new poker tables with linked progressives. Try your luck on 20 Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, Mississippi Stud, Caribbean Stud Poker, Texas Hold Em and Ultimate Hold Em tables now linked at Bally's and Caesars Atlantic City.
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Four Card Poker
A new twist on poker with many bonuses and an optional "Aces up" side bet, this Atlantic City table game is similar to Three Card Poker with one major difference: you may bet up to three times your ante when staying in the game. The object when playing against the dealer is for you to form a four-card poker hand higher than or equal to the dealer's hand. Atlantic City casino players use the best four of five cards dealt, whereas the dealer uses the best four of six cards dealt.
Spanish 21 is regular Blackjack with a few twists. Eight Spanish decks (no 10’s) are used. Player’s Blackjack always beats dealer’s  Blackjack and pays 3 to 2. Player’s total of 21 always beats dealer’s total of 21 and pays up to 3 to 1. Players can also make a side bet of $1 up to amount of the basic $1 up to the amount of the basic wager that matches the dealers up card with one or both of the first two cards.
THREE CARD POKER PROGRESSIVE
This game uses most traditional poker rankings with some twists. You only need three consecutive cards to make a straight and three of a suit to make a flush – and a straight is higher than a flush. The payoffs are determined by the pay schedule printed on the table layout. There are optional side bets, including a bonus combining your 3-card hand with the dealer's 3-card hand to make your best 5-card poker hand. A player may place an optional progressive wager in addition to their standard three card poker wagers based on combining your 3-card hand with the 2-card progressive community cards to make the best 5-card poker hand.
Let It Ride
Let It Ride Bonus offers an optional 3-Card Bonus wager. The table game offers both the standard Let It Ride Bonus wager with the possibility of winning up to $25,000 but also offers a 3-Card Bonus wager pays up to 50 to 1. Combined possible winnings up to $75,000. It also offers a Six Card Million Dollar Bonus for an even bigger pay out!
CARIBBEAN STUD POKER
Caribbean Stud Poker offers Atlantic City casino table game players the challenge of poker, but uses an easier-to-play format, plus the first-ever progressive table game jackpot. Caribbean Stud Poker is a casino favorite; partly because it's so simple to learn, but mostly because of the unique poker excitement this innovative game provides. What makes Caribbean Stud stand out is the opportunity to make a side bet, where you can win part or all of a growing progressive jackpot.
Asia Poker is based on an ancient Chinese game called "13" and combines elements of Pai Gow with American poker. As in Pai Gow Poker, the game is played with a traditional deck of 52 cards, plus one joker. The joker may be only played as an Ace, or to complete a straight, flush, a straight flush or a royal flush. The object of the game is for the player to win any two of the three hands against the dealers’ three hands. So come on in to Bally's Atlantic City and try your luck at Asia Poker!
Pai Gow Tiles
Pai Gow Tiles is a Bally’s Atlantic City table game steeped in folklore and tradition. Also known as Chinese Dominoes, this challenging and rewarding Atlantic City table game lets players create two hands out of four tiles and square off against the dealer.