Table Games


Health and Safety Table Games Operations

Table Games Chips will be sanitized more frequently. Used cards will be destroyed and disposed when a new dealer comes to the Table. New playing cards will be introduced when the new dealer comes to the table. Dice in Craps will be sanitized between shooters. Where possible, procedures have been adjusted to allow only dealer to touch cards.

  • No Smoking at the table


Wendover Resorts offers over 76 tables for your gaming pleasure, all located in the heart of our exciting, non-stop casino action. You'll find Wendover's friendliest dealers and all of the classic games:

  • Blackjack
  • Craps
  • Roulette
  • 3 Card Poker
  • Baccarat (Peppermill Only)

Along with the "not so traditional" favorites:

  • Fortune Pai Gow Poker
  • Let it Ride

Blackjack Rules

  • Blackjack pays 3 to 2
  • Dealer hits soft 17
  • Split any pair
  • Split and re-split aces – one card draw only
  • One card draw on all double downs
  • Royal match bet, minimum $1 to $100 max bet
  • Table limits - $5 minimum to $2,000 max play up to three hands
    • $2,000 max limit on select tables

Single Deck

  • Double down on 9-10-11 only - one card draw
  • No double downs on aces


When you hear cheers of celebration and feel energy radiating throughout the casino, it's usually coming from the Craps table. These fast-action tables can be intimidating to the beginner, but it's easy to learn. Craps is an exciting game that allows you to bet with or against a shooter. To shoot the dice, you must make a bet on either the Pass Line or the Don't Pass Line. Featuring 10 times odds.


Just place your bet, the dealer spins the ball and if it lands where you have placed your chip, you win! The payoff is determined by how many numbers your chip has covered. Colored chips must be redeemed at the Roulette wheel before you leave.

Fortune Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker is played with a regular deck of 52 cards plus one Joker. Each player will receive seven cards. You then arrange your cards into two hands using traditional poker rankings. Your cards are compared to the banker's cards. If both your hands rank higher, you win. Winning bets are paid even money (1 to 1) and a five percent commission is charged on the bet.

Let it Ride

A fast-paced table game with new chances every time a card turns. Here's the Deal: After placing three equal bets, you're dealt three cards. If you like them, Let It Ride! If you don't like them, take back your first bet. After the dealer turns over the first of two community cards, reassess your hand. If you like it now, Let It Ride!, or take back your second bet. When the dealer turns over the second community card, all winners are paid.