Playing the Tables
The Casino of the Rockies has a wide variety of table games available to our guests. Whether it's the classics like blackjack, card games based on poker, or E-Roulette, we have a game that's sure to entertain you!
The table games are open the following hours:
- Sundays: 12:15 pm to midnight
- Mondays to Thursdays: 4:15 pm to midnight
- Fridays: 12:15 pm to 2 am
- Saturdays: 12:15 pm to 2 am
E-Roulette is available during all casino operation hours.
EZ Baccarat is the newest table game at the Casino of the Rockies and promises to be an entertaining addition to our gaming floor. EZ Baccarat is played the same way as traditional Baccarat with three exceptions: commission is not collected; when the "Banker" hand wins with a three card total of seven; all wagers on the "Banker" hand are "barred"; meaning a push or tie for all wagers on the "Banker" hand. There are two side bet options of wagering on the "Banker" hand: receiving a three card total of seven is called a "Dragon 7" and is paid 40 to 1 and receiving a three card total of eight is called a "Panda 8" and is paid 25 to 1.
Learn How to Play EZ Baccarat.
One of the most popular casino card games in the world, the aim is for the player to beat the dealer’s hand without going over 21. Casino of the Rockies’ also offers the side bet “Lucky Ladies,” where you receive bonus money if your first two cards total 20 when wagered.
Learn How to Play Blackjack.
Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Ultimate Texas Hold'em features head to head play against the dealer, as well as an optional bonus bet that pays odds if the final five card hand is a Three of a Kind or better.
Learn How to Play Ultimate Texas Hold'em.
French for “Small Wheel”, players try to predict what number the ball will land on. Wagers can be placed on individual or groups of numbers between 0, 00, and 1 thru 36, or whether or not the winning number is red or black.
Learn How to Play E-Roulette.
Three Card Poker
The American version of the British game “Brag”, Three Card is an exciting stud poker game where you can bet against the dealer that you hold the higher hand, that your hand will contain a pair or better, or wager on both.
Learn How to Play Three Card Poker.
Four Card Poker
A modified poker game that rewards skill, patience, and nerve, Four Card Poker offers players three different playing options and four different payment possibilities. Similar to Three Card Poker, with the major difference being that in Four Card Poker, players may bet up to three times their Ante while staying in the game.
Learn How to Play Four Card Poker.
Texas Hold ‘em Bonus
An exciting twist on Texas Hold ‘em, each player and the dealer receive two cards, and in combination with five community cards, try to make the best five-card poker hand and beat the dealer’s to win. Players may fold after receiving their first two cards, or make additional wagers after the flop and turn cards.
Learn How to Play Texas Hold'em Bonus.