CATFISH BEND CASINO
Table Games
To buy-in or join a game, place cash or chips directly on the gaming table. Dealers are not permitted to remove anything from a player’s hand.

Players' Club Card

Present your Players’ Club card at the beginning of your play at the table. You’ll earn valuable points for slot play OR free bet cards for table game play. In addition, Catfish Bend Casino rewards your play! You could receive free meals, lodging, entertainment, discounts and more.

Table Games Hours

SUNDAY – MONDAY   9AM – 2AM
TUESDAY – THURSDAY   9AM – 3AM
FRIDAY – SUNDAY   9AM – 4AM

Match ‘Em Hi-Lo

Predict if your three card hand point total is higher or lower than the dealer’s high or low hand and win! Visit the Casino Pit for details.

HiLo Match 'Em

Free Bet Blackjack

Visit the Free Bet Blackjack table at Catfish Bend Casino.

Free double down when your two cards total a 9, 10 or 11.

Free split with any pair except 10’s.

Push 22: if the dealer busts with a point total of 22, all Blackjack bets in action are pushes. Visit the Casino Pit for more details.

Free Bet Blackjack

Multiple Hand Blackjack

Available exclusively at Catfish Bend Casino. Play 2 to 7 hands at once at Table Limit. Visit the Casino Pit for more details.

Multiple Hand Blackjack

Spanish 21

Spanish 21 is a variation of Blackjack with more liberal rules but played without tens in the deck. All face cards are still used. Player’s Blackjack or 21 always beats the Dealers Blackjack or 21.

Spanish 21 Blackjack

Classic Black Jack

$3 – $100 Betting Limit
Higher limits upon request.

Each player places a wager in the center of the betting circle. The dealer then deals two cards to each player, face up. The dealer also receives two cards, one face up, the other face down. Kings, Queens, Jacks, and 10s each count as 10. Aces count as 1 or 11 as a player wishes. All cards, 2 through 9, count at face value.

If your first two cards are an Ace and any ten value card, the Dealer announces your hand as Blackjack and you are paid one and one-half times the wager (3 to 2) unless the dealer also has Blackjack. You may not take a “hit” on a Blackjack. However, if you don’t have Blackjack, you may continue to draw cards attempting to total as close to a score of 21 without exceeding it. If you do go over 21, you “break” and lose the wager.

Classic Blackjack

i-Table Roulette

$5 – $500 Betting Limit

i-Table Roulette combines the excitement of traditional roulette with all bets and pays made electronically. You’ll always be paid correctly, and you won’t need to wait! With easy to use touchscreens and a big, bold table display, i-Table Roulette makes the game easier and more fun than ever before!

i-table Routette

3-Card Poker Progressive

$5 – $500 Betting Limit

Three Card Poker is an exciting, fast-paced game that gives the player three ways to play; four ways to WIN Pair Plus, Ante, or both PAIR PLUS and ANTE. The player can play against the dealer and/or simply play for a pair or better.

Three Card Progressive Poker

Ultimate Texas Hold’Em

Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em is a poker based casino game in which the player may make one raise at any time during the course of the hand. The earlier the raise is made the higher it may be.

Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em

4-Card Poker

Four Card Poker is an exciting stud poker game that offers three ways to play and four different ways to win. Players may bet against the Dealer or bet on the value of their own hard or both. Bonus payouts may be had for certain hands when wagering against the Dealer.

Four Card Poker

Fortune Pai Gow Poker

Play a $5 Fortune Bet, pay NO COMMISSION!

$5 – $500 Betting Limit / $1 – $25 on optional Bonus Bet

Pai Gow Poker combines the elements of the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow and the American game of Poker. It is played with a traditional deck of 52 playing cards plus one joker.

Ranking Hands

The value of hands is based on basic poker rankings. Each player is dealt seven cards that you arrange to make two hands: a two-card hand and a five-card hand. The five-card hand must be a higher ranking poker hand than the two-card hand. (If the two-card hand is a pair of sevens, for example, the five-card hand must be at least a pair of sevens or higher.)

Object of the Game

The goal of Pai Gow Poker is for both of your hands to win. If you win one hand but lose the other, that is considered a “push” and you neither win nor lose. When both of your hands are higher than the dealer’s or player/banker’s hand, you win even money less a 5 percent commission.

Fortune Pai Gow Poker

Craps with 10X odds

NOW $3 Monday-Friday Prior to 5PM! / Table Limits are $5-$500

Craps with 10x Odds