All the most popular table games at Shangri La Casino. Our guests will be able to choose the game according to their preferences at one of the 20 tables of our licensed casino. Choose your game, place a bet and immerse yourself in the world of bright, non-virtual, emotions and real excitement together with the land-based casino Shangri La.
Played since the late 1700’s, Roulette is one of the most fun and exciting table games to play, and one of the easiest! The dealer will spin the ball around the wheel while players place their chips on the numbers where they think the ball will land. The player can also place bets on high or low numbers, Odd or Even, and Red or Black. We also offer classic section bets which covers the number and neighbors where you think the ball may land. Fast paced and dynamic, roulette is a great place to start if you are new to casino.
Blackjack is a well-known game throughout casinos worldwide. It’s one of the most popular table games in a casino. Everyone at the table plays against the dealer. The object of the game is to draw cards to get as close to 21 without going over, or busting. Also extra bets such as doubling and splitting pairs also increase your potential winnings. We also offer various bonus bets for certain combinations with great payouts.
Bonus Super pair
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The game uses one deck of 52 cards. The player starts by placing a bet on the “Ante” to receive their first two cards, to continue to play the player places an additional “Bet” to complete their betting. The object of the game is to beat the Dealer’s combination. You can choose to use both of your cards of even one or none and receive generous payouts according to your combination. The dealer must have a pair of 4s or higher to receive a payment on the “Bet”. If the dealer has less than that, only your “Ante” will be paid at even money. The game also offers side bet bonus options with generous payouts.
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In Ultimate Texas Hold’em the player and the dealer receive two cards each and make their five card hands in combination with five community cards. The dealer qualifies with a pair or better. When the dealer does not qualify, your Ante wager is returned and all other wagers receive action. The best five card hand wins. To play against the dealer, the player must make an Ante and Blind wager. After viewing their cards, the player may check or make a Play bet three to four times their ante, before any community cards are revealed. Once the three cards flop – the first three community cards – are exposed you may check or bet two times your Ante wager. After all community cards are exposed, if you have not made a Play wager you must make a Play wager equal to your Ante wager, or fold.
If your hand beats the dealer’s your Play and Ante bets win even money. If you tie, those bets push.
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|15000 = “Straight Flush” for 300 Blind||Is not included in max P/O|
|50||500||50000 + “Play” + “Ante”||10||100|
|50000 = “Straight Flush” for 500 Blind||Is not included in max P/O|
Lunar Poker is a game in which the player tries to beat the dealer’s five-card hand with his own five-card hand. In Lunar Poker, the players do not play against each other. They only play against the dealer (the casino). The game has many options such as buying a 6th card, exchanging cards, insuring combinations and even buying a card for dealer if you have a great combination. Also, generous bonus bets to increase your win when dealt a combination of 3 of a kind or higher.
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