Over two levels, our Main Hall boasts a relaxed atmosphere with optimum comfort and a myriad of thrilling games to entertain and excite. This includes four card tables, two American roulette tables and a wide range of popular slot machines. In addition, we offer three modern and unique VIP halls, each one displaying the highest levels of individuality and opulence, offering panoramic sea views for a truly unique experience.
Main Hall – 1st Floor, VIP Rooms - 2nd Floor, Poker Club - 1st and 2nd Floor
Hit or stand? It’s your call as you settle down to our Blackjack tables. This iconic game – also known as 21 – is one of the most popular and widely played games in casinos worldwide. The aim is to achieve the highest score possible, beating the dealer, without exceeding 21.
Cards from 2 to 10 are worth their nominal value, while Jacks, Queens and Kings are worth 10 points each, and an Ace is worth either 1 or 11 points – defined by the player.
The dealer also takes cards and plays a part in the game too. After bets equaling or exceeding the table minimum are placed, the dealer will deal two cards to each betting box and take two cards for himself, with one face down.
Starting in the order the cards were dealt, the player will then have the choice to hold onto their cards or ask for an additional card – traditionally known as a ‘hit’. At this stage, the player may also double, surrender or split on the first two cards (see below).
Achieving 21 with just two cards (an Ace and a 10) is called a Blackjack and is the highest combination, with a payout of 3:2. However, if you exceed a total of 21, you lose the game.
The dealer always holds with 17 or more and always takes cards for 16 and less. If the dealer has a Blackjack, all stakes lose apart from other Black Jacks. If the dealer exceeds 21, the dealer loses and all stakes are paid out. If your cards equal the dealer’s, it is a tie and your chips are returned.
Players can bet anything from 10 USD to 2000 USD per box.
If you wish to ‘Surrender’ you can do so instead of hitting or holding. By surrendering, you give up half your original bet but keep the other half. This terminates your hand.
You may double your initial bet on any two cards, which then commits you to stand after receiving exactly one more card.
If the player’s first two cards have equal value (for example, two Queens), they may be split up into two separate hands. To do this, the player must make a new bet equal to their original bet. The cards are split, creating two boxes, and the game continues for each box separately with a new card being drawn for each box.
If the dealer’s exposed card is an Ace, the player may insure their boxes against Blackjack. If the game ends with the dealer having Blackjack, the insurance will be paid at odds of 2:1. If the dealer’s second card is anything other than 10, the insurance will be lost and the dealer will continue to deal the cards.
Oasis Poker is a simple but exciting game that’s very similar to Caribbean Stud Poker, with one to six betting boxes per table.
Played with a deck of 52 cards, the objective is to beat the dealer’s hand with a higher combination of cards. Each box is dealt five cards face up, while the dealer deals himself five cards, only one of which is exposed.
To start the game, the player makes an ante that is equal to or exceeding the table minimum. If the player wishes to improve his original combination, he may switch one card for one ante, or two cards for 1.5 ante. After this, the player can make a call for twice the price of their placed ante, or fold – which will lose the ante and any money paid for changing the cards.
When all decisions have been made on all boxes, the dealer turns over his cards and announces his combination. The dealer can continue if he has a combination of an Ace and/or King. If the dealer does not have either card, the game is over (‘No Game’) and the ante is paid on all boxes.
If the dealer has either card, the game continues and the players’ card combinations are compared with that of the dealer. If the dealer has a higher hand, the player’s box loses (both ante and bet). If the player wins and has a higher bet, the ante is paid at the rate of 1:1 and the bet will be paid in compliance with the payment schedule.
The player may insure his box against ‘No Game’ from the dealer if the player has a Straight or higher. To do that, before placing the bet, the amount from ante to half the expected payment for the combination is placed in front of the box. Insurance is paid at the rate 1:1 if the dealer has ‘No Game’ and is lost if the dealer has a hand lower than the player. If the dealer’s combination is higher, the insurance is returned, but the ante and bet lose.
The minimum bet on poker tables in Eclipse Casino’s Main Hall is 10 USD per ante. Prices in VIP halls differ, please ask croupiers for details. The maximum payment per box is 200,000 USD
Russian Poker is an exciting and popular game played with a deck of 52 cards, with one to four betting boxes per table.
The objective is to beat the dealer’s hand with a higher combination of cards. To begin, the dealer deals five cards to each box face down, then deals five cards to himself, only one of which is exposed.
Before the cards are dealt, the player chooses which boxes he wants to play on and makes his ante. In addition to – or instead of – this basic bet on the box, the player can also make a ‘Bonus’ bet. With this bet, the player is betting that there will be a high poker combination (Three-of-a-Kind or better) in his original hand. The bet loses in all other combinations.
Before the game starts, the player makes an ante that shall be no less than the table minimum (the maximum bet in Eclipse Casino is not limited). If the player wants to take a chance at improving his combination, he may switch any number of cards, or buy a sixth card, for one ante.
To continue the game, the cards are placed in the ‘Bet’ area, and a bet equal to two antes is made. If the player does not want to continue, he puts his cards down and ante is lost. Once the decisions are made on all boxes, the dealer turns over his cards and announces his combination or ‘No Game’.
The dealer only qualifies with an Ace or King. If the dealer has ‘No Game’, the ante is paid at the rate 1:1 to the player. Any player with a combination of Three-of-a-Kind or better can insure himself against the dealer announcing ‘No Game’. The size of the insurance bet can be anywhere from one ante up to half the prospective payout in the case the player wins. This insurance is paid out at 1:1, although the insurance is lost if the dealer qualifies.
In the case of a dealer’s ‘No Game’, the player may buy a game for the dealer for the price of one ante. In this case the dealer switches the highest card.
Texas Hold’em Poker
Texas Hold’em is a hugely popular poker variation, played with one deck of 52 cards, with one to six betting boxes per table. The objective is to achieve the best poker combination and higher than the dealer’s hand.
To begin, the dealer deals two ‘pocket’ cards to each box and two cards to himself, all face down. The dealer will then deal three cards face up in the center of the table. This is called ‘the blind’ and is used to form combinations in the hands of both the players and the dealer.
Once the player sees his cards, he makes the decision to fold or to play. When folding, the ante is lost. To play on, the player must make a bet equal to two antes. Once every player at the table has made their decision, the dealer deals a further two cards to the blind, face up, and then reveals his cards. The dealer chooses the highest five-card combination from his two pocket cards and the five blind cards.
The minimum qualification for the dealer is a pair of fours. If the dealer has ‘No Game’, the ante is paid to the players in compliance with the payment schedule.
If the dealer has a pair of fours or higher, both the dealer’s and player’s combinations are compared. If the player’s combination is higher, the ante is paid in compliance with the payment schedule, and the bet is paid at the rate of 1:1. If the dealer’s combination is higher, the player loses his bets.
In addition, each player may bet on the ‘Bonus’. This bet plays only on the first five cards – the two cards of the player, and three cards of the original blind. Bonus wins when the player has a pair of Aces or higher and is paid at the rate of 7:1. In all other cases, the bonus loses.
Six Card Poker
A poker variation played with one deck of 52 cards, with one to six betting boxes per table. The objective is to achieve a better five-card poker hand than the dealer, using six cards.
Before the game starts, the player places an ante that is equal to or greater than the table minimum (the maximum bet in Eclipse Casino is not limited). To begin the game, the dealer will deal five cards to each box face down, and five cards to himself, one of which is exposed.
If the player wishes to improve his original combination, he may buy a sixth card for one ante. Once the sixth card has been bought, the player may then fold, or continue the game and bet, or further switch one of the six cards for 1.5 ante.
To continue the game, the cards are put in the ‘Bet’ area, and a bet equal to two antes is made. If the player folds, the cards are put down and the ante is lost.
Once decisions are made on all boxes, the dealer turns over his cards and announces his combination or ‘No Game’ (the dealer’s minimum qualification is a pair of twos). If the dealer’s combination is higher, the box loses. If the player’s combination is higher, the ante is paid at 1:1 and the bet is paid in compliance with the payment schedule. If the dealer has ‘No Game’, the ante is paid at the rate of 1:1.
In addition, if the dealer has ‘No Game’, the player may buy the game for the dealer for one ante. At that point, the dealer may switch the lowest card.
Additionally, each player may bet on the ‘Bonus’ before the cards are dealt. This bet plays only on the first five cards and wins in the case of a Three-of-a-Kind or higher. In all other cases the bet loses.
3 Card Poker
3 Card Poker is another popular casino game in which there are six boxes per table. In this game, one player may play on all six boxes with different bets. The objective of 3 Card Poker is to beat the dealer’s three cards with a higher hand.
There are two types of bet for 3 Card Poker – the ante and ‘pair plus’ – and the player can bet on either or both of them. The ante is a bet against the dealer, while the pair plus is independent of the dealer. In this case, the player is betting on whether their hand will contain a pair or higher.
After making their bets, players are dealt three cards. The dealer also deals himself three cards. The player can then decide to place a bet on whether they have a better hand than the dealer, or decide it is time to fold. When the cards are revealed, whoever has the highest poker card wins.
The dealer must have at least a Queen to qualify. If the dealer doesn’t qualify, he declares ‘No Game’ and all antes are paid at the rate of 1:1. If the dealer qualifies, the winning bets are paid at 1:1.
If the player has made a pair plus bet, their bet wins if they have a pair of cards or higher hand. This is paid irrespective of the dealer’s game, in compliance with the payment schedule.
American Roulette is one of the most popular and exciting casino games, allowing players to bet anything from 1 USD to 1000 USD on a single number. The rules of the game are simple, with the gambling table offering numbers from 0 to 36 numbers, corresponding to numbers on the wheel.
Players can place bets on individual numbers, or on outside bets, including red or black, odd or even, dozens and columns. The game area of the table indicates all possible combinations of bets and payouts.
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