We will set up and dismantle the casino games tables, supply smart uniforms for our croupiers (we will even dress up if you have a particular theme!) and if you wish to supply a prize, we can organise finding the winner for you and offer a fun winner’s certificate.
Fun money is supplied for all of your guests to exchange for chips. For an extra supplement, this could be personalised for you. Prices include 3 hours of gaming, high specification casino equipment manned by our outgoing professional croupiers.
Most clients want casino games which are fun and easy to play. Blackjack and Roulette both create the Las Vegas casino atmosphere which everyone first thinks of when “casino” is mentioned and these are our most popular casino games.
Our friendly croupiers will explain a few of the simple rules and then it comes down to “Lady Luck”! Our fun casino games suit all levels of casino experience, from the beginner to those who have tried their luck before.
The game is played with a wheel containing 37 compartments numbered from 1-36 and one zero. The numbers from 1-36 are divided up equally and coloured either red or black. A single ball is spun and will land in one of the numbered compartments.
The object of the game is to predict which numbered compartment the ball will fall into by placing a bet on the appropriate number on the layout. Bets may also be placed to predict a sequence of numbers. The best odds are given for predicting the number outright (“straight up”) and the odds diminish depending on the range of numbers in the sequence, line or block. Players are not limited in the number or range of bets they may place on the same “spin” so play like you are a millionaire!.
It is also possible to bet on whether the number will be red or black, odd or even, low or high (often called the “outside / even chance bets”). Each of these consists of eighteen numbers and pays even money, unless zero is spun whereby all of the even chance bets will be lost in the fun casino.
|Straight up (one specific number)
|35 to 1
|Split (one of two numbers)
|17 to 1
|Street (one of three specific numbers)
|11 to 1
|Corner (one of four specific number)
|8 to 1
|First Four (one of numbers 0,1,2,3)
|8 to 1
|Six Line (one of six specific numbers)
|5 to 1
|Column (one of 12 specific numbers in a row)
|2 to 1
|Dozen (one of 12 specific numbers)
|2 to 1
|Red or Black (one of 18 specific numbers)
|1 to 1
|Odd or Even (one of 18 specific numbers)
|1 to 1
|Low or High (one of 18 specific numbers)
|1 to 1
|Split Column (one of 24 specific numbers in a row)
|1 to 2
|Split Dozen (one of 24 specific numbers in a block)
|1 to 2
Similar to “Pontoon” or “21”, the aim is to achieve a score closer to 21 than the dealer, without going over. Each player is dealt two cards face down. The dealer is dealt one card face up.
Each player will be asked in turn to make their decisions as to whether or not to receive further cards (“twist”) to improve their score, or otherwise “stick” on their existing total. There is no limit to the number of further cards that can be drawn, provided the score does not exceed 21.
An Ace counts as either one or eleven, depending on whether it would cause the hand to exceed 21 (“bust”). All picture cards count as a score of 10. Suits are not relevant to the normal game.
An initial two card total of 21 is called a “Blackjack” and consists of a ten card and an Ace.
If the dealer receives the same score as the Player, the hand will be tied and the player’s bet returned- a stand off. A dealer and player will tie if both have a Blackjack. A Blackjack pays 3-2.
The dealer is not permitted to draw further cards to their hand on a score of 17, but must do so on anything up to a score of 16.
A player may double their bet and receive just one further card only (total of three cards) if they wish to do so.
If a player’s first two cards are a pair of the same denomination, they may choose to split them into two hands. Each hand must have a bet equivalent to the original bet and each hand will then be dealt with in turn.
Place your chips on the number on the layout in front of the wheel that you think the wheel will stop at once spun and you receive that number of chips back.
The wheel consists of lots of low numbered sections, 1 or 2 etc and a few higher numbered sections like 50 etc
The croupier will spin the wheel and whatever number it lands on the croupier pays out the winning bets to that amount!
Even little sweets can be given as prizes for winning the correct spin of the wheel or maybe a bigger prize for the elusive higher numbered sections which are hard to get !
The choice is yours and the croupier will happily explain all and watch with delight the smile on your face as you pick the winning bet.
The game is played with one deck of cards. Ace is high, but may be used as a value of one within a Straight or Straight Flush (see below), being Ace, 2, 3.
Players may make an initial bet, comprising of the following:-
Each player and the dealer is dealt three cards face down. Players may touch their cards to assess their hand.
A Player who has made an Ante bet who wishes to continue in the game must make a further bet, called the “Play” bet, of an equal amount to their Ante bet. Otherwise, their Ante bet will lose.
Hands are ranked in descending order as follows:-
The Dealer must have a hand with at least “Queen High” to qualify against the Player’s hand.
If the Dealer DOES NOT qualify:-
iii) All “Ante” bets win and are paid odds of 1 to 1
If the Dealer DOES qualify:-
iii) Ante bets are paid or taken (see odds below);
A tied hand is a stand off on the “Play” and “Ante”. However, the “Ante Bonus” and “Pair Plus” are always paid where the hand meets the required ranking.
If the Dealer qualifies and has a higher hand ranking than the player, the “Ante” and “Play” wagers will both lose.
If the Player’s hand beats the Dealer’s qualifying hand, their Ante and Play wagers will win and normally be paid at odds of 1 to 1.
A Player who has made both an Ante and a Play wager will win an Ante Bonus for the Ante wager if their hand contains one of the following:-
Pair Plus odds
We are pleased to announce that we now can offer theming for your event.
We can supply 6ft black silhouette Bond girls with guns or James Bond himself! These cardboard standees are an excellent way of adding some atmosphere to your event. Funky Casinos can also offer James Bond trophies for the winners of the casino night. Theses wooden trophies, in black and natural varnished wood, can be engraved with your club/charity. Please ask for details.
Again, we have 6ft cardboard standees showing the recognisable “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.
New and exclusive to Funky Casinos, is Alex Turner who teaches at Pineapple Studios in London. She can now provide dancing girls and also a choreographed dance set – with various themes, Bond, Vegas etc.
We supply items of your choice and set them up at the same time as the casino. Less work for you to worry about! Always a good thing.
Yes! We have a team of prop makers ready to assemble and design anything you wish! Just ask us!
We are proud to announce we now have the services of world-renowned air spray specialist, Brian Curtis. Brian is able to produce any backdrop you wish with his fantastic artistic talent – anything is possible!