The best odds. The highest limits. That’s what Horseshoe is known for, and Horseshoe Baltimore delivers the goods with 100x odds on craps, 105 table games, 48 electronic table games terminals and an exclusive high-limit gaming area. Find your favorite table and remember—Risk is its Own Reward.
Get in on authentic gambling action with a fast-paced game of 21, also known as Blackjack – simply put, the most popular casino table game in the United States. The object of Blackjack 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 can often reflect the personality of each player. We also offer Trilux Blackjack, a side bet that is based on the player’s first two cards and the dealer’s up card, that can pay as much as 30 to 1 odds. Also added is the new "In-bet" side bet. A player can win up to 30 to 1 odds if the dealers up card falls in between the players first two cards.
Boxcars. Center Field. Betting the Darkside. Craps is a game so unique it has a language all its own. The action at Horseshoe Baltimore is the real deal, with the 100x odds that serious gamblers seek out here. Horseshoe Baltimore offers the exciting Fire Bet, which pays off when a shooter gets a hot hand and makes four, five or six points in a row.
James Bond’s casino table game of choice, baccarat is a longtime mainstay and may be the simplest game to learn. There is only one decision for a player to make—whether to wager on the "player" or the "bank". Two hands are dealt, you place your bet and whichever hand comes closest to 9 wins. Easy to learn, fun to play and the ultimate in sophistication—it’s no wonder baccarat is a favorite among table game players.
Simple and fun, roulette is offered in every major casino worldwide and could perhaps be the most popular table game on earth. Play at Horseshoe Baltimore and you’ll find a wheel marked with numbers 1 through 36, and as in most American games, a 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. Players can now enjoy a Double and Triple Zero bet!
Fortune Pai Gow Poker combines the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow tiles with classic American poker and adds an optimal bonus bet. Horseshoe gamblers may bet any amount within the table limit; however, a Fortune bet of at least $5 qualifies you for the Envy Bonus payout. You win the Envy Bonus when someone else at the table receives a four-of-a-kind or higher. Hit a seven-card straight flush on Fortune Pai Gow and you could win up to $50,000 on a $5 bet.
Pai Gow Tiles is an ancient Chinese betting game played with chinese dominoes also called tiles. It has been played throughout Asia for centruries.
Four Card Poker is a relatively new casino card game that combines the appeal of Four Card Ante and Aces Up. The dealer always plays, but bonuses are paid automatically for a three-of-a-kind or higher, even when the dealer has a winning hand.
Mississippi Stud Poker is riskier than other stud poker versions because players must beat the dealer as well as other players, but the rewards can be big, especially with the 3 card bonus optional side bet. Mississippi Stud Poker follows similar mechanics as seven card stud poker, but one betting round is discarded, making this a fun and fast-paced game.
Three Card Poker is the most popular poker derivative, probably because it’s so fun and easy to learn. With two betting methods, players can bet one method or the other, or even both, creating three ways to play. A unique extra bonus feature allows gamblers a fourth way to win with potential to hit a $100,000 payout for a Royal Flush.
Ultimate Texas Hold’em keeps the excitement going throughout the hand. Unlike other poker-based games, raises made after the ante still have action. Ultimate Texas Hold’em features head-to-head play against the dealer with an optional bonus bet that pays odds if the player’s final five card hand is trips or better.
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Experience the state of Maryland's first ever Criss Cross Poker table! Criss Cross Poker is a poker game played using two 5-card hands in one game. The player plays against a paytable – no dealer hand and no qualifying is required. To begin, each player must place two ante bets of equal value, with one corresponding to the “across” hand and the other corresponding to the “down” hand. The player may also place the optional 5 Card Bonus bet.
Crapless Craps is similar to Craps, which is played with a pair of dice and begins with the come-out roll. The dice are offered to players in a clockwise direction around the table. The shooter selects a pair of dice and tosses them past the stickperson to the other end of the game. An effort must be made to bounce the both dice off of the wall at the end of the table. A player must bet the PASS LINE to be eligible to shoot. UNLIKE craps, a point can be set on an initial roll of two, three, eleven, or twelve. The Don't Pass or Don't Come, Don't Place and Lay wagers do no exist in Crapless Craps.
Face Up Pai Gow Poker™ features head-to-head play against the dealer and offers the optional Fortune BonusSM and Ace-High wagers.As in standard Pai Gow, each player and dealer receive seven-cards, but in Face Up Pai Gow Poker the dealer’s cards are dealt face-upFace Up Pai Gow Poker is a commission-free game. You do not pay a 5%commission when you beat the dealer; however, when the dealer plays Ace-High, you automatically push