Live Table Games are here!
Come Out & Play for fun, fantasy and excitement 24 hours a day at Harrah's Hoosier Park. Our spacious, single-level casino floor features 2,000 of the newest slots in the Midwest with denominations ranging from a penny to $100. Playing at Harrah's Hoosier Park is an exhilarating experience like no other in Indiana.
Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is now home to 30 LIVE table games! The casino floor features two Baccarat tables, four Roulette tables, two Craps tables, two Three Card Poker tables, four Blazing Seven Blackjack tables, one Double Deck Blackjack table, two Mississippi Stud tables and 13 Blackjack tables featuring EZ Bust and Trilux bets. Also, Double Deck Blackjack and Hand-shuffle Blackjack are the two High Limit live games available.
This is a new spin on Roulette. Players will enjoy an LED light box beneath the gaming table surface that displays eye-catching animations, game state prompts and winning numbers as well as the multi-color, lighted wheel that spins with anticipation. Light it up with Blaze Roulette!
Simple and fun to play, Roulette is a favorite in every major casino across the globe – perhaps the most popular table game on earth, in fact. Play at Harrah's Hoosier Park and you’ll find a wheel marked with red and black numbers 1 through 36, and as in most American Roulette games, a green 0 and 00. Bet your favorite numbers for big payouts on the inside portion of the layout, or take a better odds bet on red or black, odd or even, or even full columns of numbers.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker has gained popularity not only because it’s fun, but because it’s also easy to learn. Three Card Poker is like getting two Las Vegas casino games in one at Harrah's Hoosier Park. Not only can you play against the dealer, you can also win based on how good your cards are. The object of the game is to make the best poker hand possible with only three cards.
The action you’ll find at Harrah's Hoosier Park is the real deal. Craps is a wildly popular and extremely gregarious game – don’t be intimidated by the specialized lingo and numerous betting options. The rules are simple to pick up and within your first five minutes at the table even first-time Craps players will be caught up in the excitement.
Get in on authentic gambling action at Harrah's Hoosier Park with a fast-paced game of 21, also known as Blackjack. In any casino in the United States, Blackjack is the most popular table game. The object of the game is to get a hand closer to 21 than the dealer’s without going over, or busting. Everyone at the table plays against the dealer, and Blackjack’s strategy, while simple to master, can often reflect the personality of each player.
Like other poker-based table games, such as Caribbean stud, Let It Ride, and Three Card Poker, Mississippi stud is a "house-banked" game, meaning the players are playing against a house dealer, not other players at the table as in other poker games. Unlike the other house banked games, Mississippi stud hands are not compared to a dealer's hand, but only against a payout table that pays out on the result of the player's hand. In Mississippi stud, each player first places an ante bet to buy into the game. The dealer then deals two hole cards face down to each player and three community cards face down at the middle of the table. A player may then fold, forfeiting their ante, or they may continue by raising their bet by an amount of one to three times their ante, known as the "3rd Street" bet. The first community card is then turned over, and the players may fold or make another raise, the "4th Street" bet. The second community card is the turned, and the final "5th Street" round of betting proceeds as before.
Double Deck Blackjack
Unlike most other Blackjack games, only two 52-card decks are shuffled together and dealt at the start of each hand. Dealers do not receive a hole card. They will stand on a soft 17 (a hand featuring an ace that totals either seven or 17). Should you hit Blackjack you will be paid at 3:2 odds. More betting options become available as the hand progresses. For instance, players can double down on any two-card hand. This means you can double your initial bet, so long as you are committed to ‘standing’ after receiving one additional card from the dealer.Players can also split two cards if they are paired or of equal value. So if you are dealt eight-eight, two-two, king-jack, queen-ten, or other similar combinations, you can create two hands for an additional wager of the same amount.
The casino table game of choice for high rollers everywhere and one James Bond, Baccarat has long been among the most popular casino games around the world, especially in Europe and Asia. While many associate this elite game with sophistication, it may just be one of the simplest table games to learn and play! Plus our Panda 8 and Dragon 7 Bonus feature adds an extra dose of excitement.