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 Total 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.
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.
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.
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!
EZ Baccarat plays as regular baccarat except that it replaces the taking of a 5% commission on every winning Banker hand by “barring” one specific winning Banker hand - a three card total of seven. The appearance of this hand is the “Dragon”. When the Dragon appears, wagers on the Banker side push. Customers can make an insurance bet - the Dragon 7 bet - that pays 40 to 1 when the three card winning Bank hand occurs.
Famed for years in Monte Carlo, baccarat has been popular for years and may be the simplest of casino table games by virtue of the fact that you make only one decision. Choose to wager on the player or the bank. Then two hands are dealt, you make your bet and the hand that comes closest to 9 wins. Baccarat is seen as one of the most sophisticated games in the casino, so it’s no wonder this was James Bond’s game of choice! Midi baccarat plays just like the full-sized game, while mini baccarat is a simple, straightforward way to enjoy this action, with fast-paced action and lower minimum wagers.
Pai Gow Poker combines the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow with classic American poker to give Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino table game players the best of both worlds. This exciting game is played with a regular deck of 52 cards, plus one joker that can be used either as an ace or to fill out a straight, flush or a straight flush. Players form two hands and each goes up against the dealer’s. Beat the dealer once to push, twice to win!
Possibly the most intricate of all table games, Pai Gow Tiles is a casino gambling tradition steeped in Asian folklore. Also known as Chinese dominoes, this challenging and rewarding table game lets players at Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino create two hands out of four tiles and square off against the dealer.
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!
With two betting methods, the game of Three Card Poker offers two games in one. A person can bet one method or the other, or both, giving three ways to play. Plus, a unique extra bonus feature allows the player four ways to win.
Including Texas Hold'em, Omaha High & Omaha High-low Split Eight or better poker, Five-card Omaha High (Big O High) & Five-card Omaha High-low Split Eight or better poker (Big O), Seven-card Stud High, Seven-card Stud High-low Split Eight or better, Seven-card Stud Low, Seven-card Super Stud high & Seven-card Super Stud High-low poker, Badugi poker, Triple Draw poker: 2-7 lowball, a-5 lowball, badeucey & badacey.
EZ Pai Gow Poker eliminates taking a 5% commission on all winning Players’ hands. The game is dealt exactly the same as the Standard Pai Gow Poker game without modifying Harrah’s “House Ways” for setting hands. There is an optional side wager called the Queen’s Dragon which pays 50 to 1 when the Dealer gets a Queen High Pai Gow. A Pai Gow is a 7-card hand that does not have a pair or better.
Lucky Ladies™ is an optional proposition bet used in the game of Blackjack. The proposition is whether or not the player’s first two cards equal a total of twenty. Additional bonuses are paid if the player’s first two cards equaling twenty are suited, (e.g. Ace of Clubs and Nine of Clubs) or matched, (e.g. two identical cards such as two Kings of Diamonds). Special bonuses are awarded if the player’s first two cards are each a Queen of Hearts, (the “Lucky Ladies”), and the top prize is awarded if the player’s Queen of Hearts pair occurs at the same time the dealer has a blackjack.
Mississippi Stud® is a five-card poker game that lets you bet up to10 units on a single hand. In Mississippi Stud®, you compete against a paytable, not against the dealer, and you win if your hand is a pair of jacks or better. The top payout is 500 to 1 for a royal flush and it pays on all bets! It also features an optional 3 Card Bonus side bet and a progressive wager.
Ultimate Texas Hold’emTM 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.
Four Card Poker is a poker derivative game in which the four (4) best cards are used to make a poker hand, although each player is dealt five (5) cards and the dealer is dealt six (6).
The optional $5 progessive can win up to $50K at minimum, as it keeps growing until it hits!
Multi-linked Games Included:
- Four Card Poker
- Let It Ride
- Mississippi Stud
- Ultimate Texas Hold'em