The best variety and selection of table games in Philadelphia and the whole Delaware/Pennsylvania area is right here at Harrah’s Philadelphia. Whether you prefer the strategy of blackjack or the fast action of craps, you’ll find it here – all played on the most thrilling gaming tables in any Philadelphia casino. Be sure to use your Caesars Rewards card every time you play your favorite games so you can earn valuable Reward Credits, comps, special event invitations and other perks you won’t want to miss.
Craps is a game so unique it has a language all its own. The fun, friendly action is waiting for you at Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino. Craps is a wildly popular and extremely gregarious game, but its specialized lingo and many betting options can intimidate first-timers. Never fear though, the rules are easy to pick up and within your first five minutes at the table, even the most novice player will be caught up in the excitement!
Playing against the dealer, the object of the game is to draw cards as close to 21 – without going over. The game begins with each player making a wager in the area designated on the table. The players and the dealer are all dealt 2 cards. One of the dealer’s cards is dealt face up.
Fortune Asia Poker is based on an ancient Chinese game called "13 Cards" and combines the elements of Pai Gow Poker and the American game of Poker. The game is played with a traditional deck of 52 playing cards plus one joker. The joker can be used only as an Ace, or to complete a straight, a flush, a straight flush or a royal flush/
Roulette is played in every major casino worldwide and could perhaps be the most popular table game in the world. The game consists of a wheel marked with numbers 1 through 36, and in American games, a 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 columns of numbers. It’s always fun when your number comes up playing roulette at Harrah’s!
Ultimate Texas Hold’em features heads-up play against the dealer and an optional Trips Bonus bet and progressive bonus bet. This game gives you several advantages:
• The earlier you bet, the more you can bet.
• You don’t have to fold until you see all the community cards
• The Trips and Progressive bonus pays odds if your final five-card hand is a three-of-a-kind or better.
Let it Ride bonus is a five-card stud poker game where players compete against a paytable, not against the dealer or other players, and have the option to wager on two different bonus bets. Players win on the base game wagers with a pair of 10s or better. It also features the optional 3 Card Bonus and the progressive wager. To play, players make three equal bets as indicated on the layout. Players may also make the optional 3 Card Bonus and progressive wager. Players will receive three cards. The dealer will place two community cards face down in front of the chip tray. Players combine these cards with their three cards to make their best five-card Poker hand. After looking at their cards, players have a choice: ask for their first bet back or “Let it Ride.” The dealer will reveal the first community card. Players will then have the choice to remove their second bet or “Let it Ride.” The dealer will then reveal the second community card and pay all winning hands according to the payout schedule.
Redefining the table games, with live playing experiences that set new high-tech standards in accessibility and excitement. Players can choose to play both Dynasty Blackjack™ and Dynasty Roulette™, for a distinct live table experience here at Harrah's Philadelphia.
Bonus Craps features a set of additional proposition bets. These three wagers are known as:
ALL SMALL: Make your bet at the beginning of a roll. Roll all small numbers (2,3,4,5,6) before rolling a 7 and win! ALL TALL: Make your bet at the beginning of a roll. Roll all tall numbers (8,9,10,11,12) before rolling a 7 and win! MAKE ‘EM ALL: All the numbers, except for 7, will be rolled before a 7.
High Card Flush is a house-banked card game played with a standard 52-card deck of playing cards. There are multiple wagers that may be made by a player. Ranking of hands are based upon the number of cards of the same suit (a flush) in the player’s or dealer’s hand. The Ante and Raise wagers correspond to the player’s hand versus the dealer’s hand. Other wagers are based upon comparing the player’s hand to a predetermined pay table. These wagers remain in action even if the player folds during play and forfeits their Ante and Raise wagers.