Casino Del Sol has 22 table games including Blackjack and Poker Variation games, with limits ranging from $5 to $1000. We were the first casino in Arizona to offer poker variation games with Three Card Poker™, Fortune Pai Gow Poker™ and Let it Ride™. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or new to gaming, at Casino Del Sol you’ll find the friendliest dealers in Arizona at your favorite tables.
Blackjack is the most popular of all table games because it’s easy to learn, fast-paced and fun to play. With Seventeen blackjack tables available, having limits ranging from $5 to $1000, and 3-deck or six-deck games, the excitement never ends. It’s player against the dealer trying to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. Ten, Jack, Queen and King count as ten. Aces count as either one or eleven, and a blackjack pays 3 to 2. We also offer Surrender!
Straight Jack Side Bet
We are proud to be the first casino ever to offer the greatest blackjack side bet ever created, Straight Jack. It’s an optional side bet on a regular game of Blackjack. The wager based on your first two cards being consecutive in value. 3,4 or 4,3, it doesn’t matter, you have a winning hand! But the excitement doesn’t stop there. As you play your hand, the more cards you get to continue the straight, the more you win. It pays up to 250-1 for a 5 card straight!
Match the Dealer
An exciting side bet on our 3-deck blackjack games is Match the Dealer. It’s an optional side bet based on either of your first 2 cards matching the dealers up card. Match both of your cards to the dealers up card and win 100x your wager!
Spanish 21 is a Blackjack variation game with lots of fun options for the players such as doubling down on any number of cards, 5 and 6 card 21′s paying extra, and lots more. Players are dealt card just like a standard blackjack game and are trying to get closer to 21 than the dealer without going over. It also has a Match the Dealer side bet.
Three Card Poker™
Three Card Poker™ is really two games in one – Three Card Ante/Play is your hand versus the house hand. Get a suited ace, king, queen and get paid an ante bonus of 50-1!
And you can play Pair Plus. If your hand has a pair or better, you win. You can play either one or both games at the same time. The games are played with a standard 52 card deck. Cards are distributed by the dealer in groups of three by an automatic shuffling machine.
Fortune Pai Gow™
Pai Gow Poker, sometimes called Asian Poker or Double Handed Poker, was first introduced in California in 1986. It was immediately popular upon introduction and was added to the floor of every card room in the State of California. Before long, it was on the casino floor of the gambling halls of Nevada and is now offered at Casino Del Sol.
The object of the game is to beat the banker (dealer). All players and the dealer will receive seven cards, which they will use to construct two separate hands of two cards and five cards. These hands will be set or ranked using standard poker rankings. The two card hand is called the second highest, the low hand or the front hand. The five card hand must always be equal to or higher in rank than the two card hand. In order for the player to win, his two card hand and his five card hand must be higher in rank than the corresponding two card hand and five card hand of the bank. If either hand of the player is higher than either hand of the banker and the other is not, the hand will be considered a tie or a push and no money is won or lost. If neither of the player’s hands are higher than the banker’s hands, the player will lose.
Fortune Side Bet An optional side wager is available that uses all 7 of the player’s cards to pay different odds on rankings of poker hands up to a maximum payout of $25,000!
Let It Ride™
Based on five-card stud poker, Let It Ride™ Bonus gives players the ability to control two of their three bets and includes an opportunity for big instant winnings when making the $1 Bonus bet or the 3 Card Bonus bet ($50 maximum bet).
To play, players make three equal bets and receive three cards that will be combined with two community cards to create a five-card poker hand. After seeing their first three cards, players may withdraw their first bet or may “Let It Ride.”
The dealer then reveals the first community card, and players can withdraw their second wager or again “Let It Ride.” Once each player has made their second wager decision, the dealer reveals the final community card and pays any winning payouts.
The 3 Card Bonus side bet rewards players if their first three cards are a pair or better. This wager is made at the beginning of the game when the standard and Let It Ride™ Bonus wagers are placed. Let It Ride™ Bonus is also available in a basic version without a bonus bet.
Let It Ride™ and Let It Ride™ Bonus now have a turbocharger. 3 Card Bonus is a new optional side bet that is similar to the Pair Plus in Three Card Poker™, and players win if their initial three cards contain a pair or better.
3 Card Bonus Bet – Getting Started
Players make the optional 3 Card Bonus bet in addition to their standard Let it Ride™ and Let It Ride™ Bonus wagers. Players may make up to a $50 bet on the 3 Card Bonus bet.
Winning and Losing
3 Card Bonus is based on the cards each player holds when playing Let it Ride™ and Let It Ride™ Bonus. If those cards contain a pair or better, the bonus bet wins. There is a maximum payout of $25,000 per hand for Let It Ride™ Bonus.
Payouts for all bets are displayed on the Let It Ride™ Bonus layout.
Let It Ride™, Fortune Pai Gow Poker™, and Three Card Poker™ are trademarks used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.