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Are you looking for action-packed tables? You have come to the right place! Claim your seat at any of our popular table games, including Three Card Poker, Let It Ride, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, Pai Gow, Mini Baccarat, Roulette or Craps.
And for an all-out party atmosphere Thursday through Sunday, make sure you experience the Gilley's Party Pit, featuring 8 tables directly in front of Gilley's!
If you have any questions please ask any of our friendly Dealers and Floor Supervisors for assistance.
See you at the tables!  

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HOW TO PLAY
Blazing 777 Blackjack Progressive is an exciting new optional
blackjack progressive bet that’s based on 7’s. The more 7’s, the
more you win!
GETTING STARTED
To begin each round, make a standard blackjack bet and the Blazing
7’s progressive bet. The dealer then follows the house procedures
for blackjack.
HOW TO WIN
You win if at least one of your first two cards are a 7. You win more
if both of your first two cards are 7’s. The payouts increase further if
the dealer’s up card is also a 7. See paytable for odds.
Note: The progressive is only based on the player’s first two cards
and the dealer’s up card.

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You don’t have to be rich to play baccarat and you definitely do not need to wear a tuxedo or evening gown when you play. Baccarat has come out of the ritzy, high-roller tables and into the casino proper.

You can play for very reasonable sums on online casino and if you go to land-based casino there are usually a few mini-baccarat tables from which to choose. You will never have to longingly look at all those rich people acting, well, rich.

However, you must learn how to correctly pronounce the name of the game or you forever be banished to someplace you don’t want to be vanished to.

The game is not pronounced “back-a-rat.” No, it is pronounced “bah-cah-rah.”  If you call it “back-a-rat” you should only play the game in the back alleys of New York City where everyone mispronounces everything anyway.

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So here are the top eight ways to play the game, seven of them are positives and one is a warning to avoid something that should be avoided. I’ll get that one over first.

TIP 1 - NEVER MAKE THE “TIE” BET

Baccarat has very low house edges on two of its three bets; those three bets being Banker, Player and Tie. Banker comes in with a house edge of 1.06 percent. Player comes in with a house edge of 1.24 percent. Your expectation is to lose 1.06 units for every 100 units wagered on Banker and 1.24 units for every 100 units wagered on Player.

Now, those are great house edges in the scheme of casino things.

And now the rotten bet, the Tie. That bet comes in (hold your breath ladies and gentlemen) with a house edge of approximately 14.4 percent. Yes, I am not kidding, 14.4 BIG percent. Yikes! That means you lose 14.4 units for every 100 units wagered.

This bet is a total waste of money and should only be played by individuals playing back-a-rat in alleyways.

TIP 2 - BANKER IS CLEARLY THE BEST BET

You come to the live baccarat table and you are going to make your first bet. That bet should be on the Banker. The Banker will win slightly over 50 percent of the time. In order not to give the player an edge on that bet every win has a 5 percent commission taken from it.

You might as well go with the Banker.

TIP 3 - KEEP GOING WITH BANKER UNTIL IT LOSSES

We are looking to capitalize on streaks and the bet that will have the (slightly) better chance for a streak will be the Banker. If you find that the Banker does go on a streak from your first bet then keep betting it.

Do keep in mind, however, that the fact a streak has occurred is no indication that it will continue to occur (meaning don’t be too aggressive with your betting amounts). You still face a house edge on every bet you make and you can’t bet your way out of such an edge.

TIP 4 - WAIT ONE DECISION AFTER A BANKER LOSS

So you finally lose on the Banker bet. Player wins. Don’t jump in with another bet. Wait for the next decision. Whatever that decision is then that is what you bet. Keep in mind that if the Tie is the decision neither the Banker nor the Player loses. (That’s why it’s called a tie.)

TIP 5 - MINI-BACCARAT CAN BE MAXI-DANGEROUS!

The traditional (meaning the high-roller room) version of baccarat, where players actually deal the cards, is a leisurely game; you might play 40 decisions an hour. But there is a fly in the ointment of baccarat. That fly is the mini-baccarat version of the game.

There are two major differences between traditional baccarat and mini-baccarat. The first and obvious one is that the dealer deals the game, not the players. The second is the fact that the game is fast, as in fast, as in some dealers will get of between 150 to 200 decisions! Yes, that is fast.

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Yes, the table minimum bets are usually lower than the traditional game but 200 decisions even with 1.06 and 1.24 house edges can be devastating if things go against you.

If you are going to play mini-baccarat then you should utilize a Banker-only betting system. That’s right. You bet Banker until it loses. Then you wait until Player loses and go back to betting Banker. That will theoretically reduce in half (more or less) how many decisions you face. That will also theoretically reduce in half (give or take) your losing expectation.

TIP 6 - TIE BETS DO NOT COUNT

In this recommended style of play all Tie bets are invisible --- they don’t count; they are simply a pause in the action. If the sequence goes Banker, Banker, Tie, you treat the Tie as if it did not occur. You would therefore continue to bet Banker.

TIP 7 - RIDE THE PLAYER BET UNTIL IT LOSES

Here I am going to throw you a curve ball. When Player loses to Banker you will not wait out the next decision. You will immediately hop on the Banker. That’s right, when Banker wins you immediately bet it.

Now, should Banker lose, follow number 4! We are always looking for Banker streaks.

TIP 8 - MONEY MANAGEMENT IS CRITICAL IN BACCARAT

Essentially you are betting a coin flip when you play baccarat. That makes it a tight game. Still, even with coin flips you can experience outrageous streaks for good or ill. Good is good but ill isn’t.

If you are betting, say, 10 units per decision, give yourself 200 units as your session bankroll and should you lose that you take a break. And by break, I don’t mean you should yawn stretch and start playing again.

Get up and get out. Take a walk. People watch. Take a nap. Give yourself some decent amount of time before you start playing again.

If you have won a decent amount but you don’t want to quit right then; though you do want to leave the session a winner (whew, that was long winded), then split your win in half and only use that to continue your play. Lose it then take the rest of you win and go on break.
Baccarat is a fun game. If you have a friendly table you can get in some socializing as well.
 

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Baccarat Rules and Strategy
Baccarat is not an exceedingly complex game, but it does have certain idiosyncrasies that take some getting used to. For instance, the banker hand and the player hand:

Banker vs. Player

Regardless of how many people are playing, only two hands are dealt. One is designated the banker hand, the other is the player hand. Any customer may bet on either hand, with the exception that the customer holding the shoe in the full-scale game must either bet banker or pass the shoe. Do not think of the bank hand as belonging to the house or the player hand belonging to the bettor. To avoid confusion, we'll refer to baccarat "bettors" or "customers" rather than "players."

The Play

In full-scale baccarat, the bettor holding the shoe slides one card out and passes it facedown to the stand-up dealer, who passes it to the customer with the largest player bet. The next card, the first of the banker hand, is placed next to the shoe. The bettor then deals another player card, then the second banker card. The dealer calls for the player hand, and the customer with the largest player bet first looks at the cards, then gives them to the dealer. The dealer turns the cards faceup and announces the point total. Then the dealer calls for the banker hand, and the shoe holder looks at the cards and gives them to the dealer. If the player total requires a draw, the dealer will say, "Card for the player," and the shoe holder will pass a card to the dealer, who will pass it to the player-bettor, who looks at it and passes it back to the dealer, who turns it faceup. Finally, if the banker requires a card, the dealer will call, "Card for the bank," and repeat the process with the shoe holder.

The casino is more than willing to offer the time-consuming ceremony to its largest bettors. In mini-baccarat, however, the dealer plays out both hands, with no fuss and in half the time.
The object is to bet on the two- or three-card hand that totals closer to nine. Tens and face cards all are worth zero points; all other cards are worth their face value, with the ace worth one point. If a total is more than 10, the second digit is the value of the hand. For example, a 9 and a 6, which total 15, make up a five-point hand.

Initially, two cards are dealt for each hand. The point totals determine whether either hand gets a third card. The player hand is completed first. A total of 8 or 9 is called a "natural," and the player hand gets no more cards. In fact, unless the banker has a natural 9 or ties the natural 8, no further cards are drawn, and the naturals are automatic winners. Player also stands on totals of 6 or 7. On any other total, zero through 5, player draws a third card, unless banker has a natural, in which case the bank hand wins with no further draw.

Banker rules are a bit more complex. Banker also stands on 7, 8, or 9 and draws on 0, 1, or 2, but on other hands the banker's play is dependent on the value of the player's third card. Banker hits 3 unless the player's third card is an 8; hits 4 unless the player's third card is 1, 8, 9, or 10; hits 5 only if the player's third card is 4, 5, 6, or 7; and hits 6 only if the player's third card is 6 or 7.

Player Hand: When first two cards total:
 1-2-3-4-5-10Draaws a card 
6-7 Stands 
8-9 Natural -- Stands 

Banker Hand

 First two cards total:Draws when player's third card is: Stands when player's third card is: 
 3 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-10
 4 2-3-4-5-6-71-8-9-10 
 5 4-5-6-71-2-3-8-9-10 
 6 6-71-2-3-4-5-8-9-10 
 7 Stands 
 8-0 Natural -- Stands 
0-1-2 Always draws 


There are a few exceptions. A natural, as noted above, stops play with no further draws. And if the player has one of its other two standing hands, 6 or 7, bank stands on 6 as well as 7, 8, and 9.
And that's it. Neither hand ever gets more than three cards. After the hands have been played out, the hand totaling closer to 9 wins. Winning bets are paid off at even money. Ties push -- neither hand wins nor loses.

Bets on Ties

Bettors also may wager that the two hands will finish with an equal number of points. Winning bets on ties pay off at 8-1. That sounds tempting, but this wager carries a hefty 9.5 percent house edge. Avoid it.

Etiquette

As in other table games, buy chips by placing cash on the layout and asking the dealer for change. The dealer is not allowed to take money directly from players' hands.

If you are the bettor with the largest wager on player and receive the player cards, do not look at them until both player and banker hands have been dealt. And if you hold the banker hand, do not look at the cards until the dealer has flipped the player hand faceup.

Baccarat players are allowed to keep track of the results of each hand, and most casinos provide score sheets and pencils to do so. Most players simply put an X in a column beneath "Banker," "Player," or "Tie."

Strategy

This is a pure guessing game. Which hand will win? The banker hand will win slightly more often -- 50.68 percent of all decisions, not including ties -- giving the house its 1.36 percent edge on player bets. But the house collects a 5 percent commission on winning banker bets, leading to the 1.17 percent house edge on banker.

Mathematicians long have suspected that baccarat, like blackjack, might be vulnerable to a card-counting system. But the best system yet developed appears to yield a slight edge to the bettor on the average of about one hand per eight-deck shoe. That's an edge not worth pursuing -- to have the advantage, the customer would have to count down hand after hand after hand, without playing, until this tiny advantage came to pass. The customer would lose more in time than he'd gain in the edge, and the casino would be unlikely to hold a seat for someone spending hours without placing a bet.

For the bettor, baccarat is a game of luck plus money management. Do not make bets too large for your available bankroll, and do not increase bets when losing. Making larger bets while chasing losses is a good way to go broke fast. If you're going to vary your bet size, increase it while winning and bring it down when losing. Set limits on your losses and stick to them. 

If you sit down at a mini-baccarat table with $100, tell yourself you're not going to leave with less than $50. Then, if you have a cold streak and you hit that $50 mark, walk away. An important part of casino survival is developing the discipline to leave a table while you still have money.

Learn to walk away with winnings, too. If you have a good run and build that $100 up to $150, try one of these two techniques. Either put the original $100 in your pocket and just play with the $50 in winnings, while keeping that $50 loss limit, or adjust your thinking to tell yourself you'll not walk away from the table with less than $125. Then stick to it.

The longer you play a game with a negative expectation, even one as narrow as 1.17 percent, the more likely it is that the casino will grind down your bankroll. Walk away from the table with at least part of that bankroll intact -- not just at baccarat, but at any casino game -- and you'll be surprised at how much more often you wind up a winner for the day.

Baccarat is not necessarily the most popular game in a casino, but it can be just as exciting as blackjack or craps. Though the organization of the game can seem strange at first, the tips in this article should have you placing bets in no time.

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Slots


Gaming Floor Open: 8AM–2AM Every Day

In the mood for some exciting slots action? At Chewelah Casino, we have it all. Check us out for everything from Keno Madness to Mega Meltdown to Progressive Jackpots to Video Poker. There's bound to be a game that matches your mood. Plus, our slot machines run many denominations, from penny slots to $5 machines. So it’s always your slots, your way at Chewelah Casino.

Table Games


Table Games Open: 12PM–10PM Sunday through Thursday

12PM–12AM Friday & Saturday

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Blackjack
The classic game of 21 is at Chewelah Casino. Get as close to 21 as you can without going over (called a bust). After your play, the dealer tries to do the same. Our dealers must hit on soft 17s, and if the dealer busts or doesn't beat your hand, you win! It's fun and easy to play!
Spanish 21
Tired of Blackjack and looking for something a little different? Pull a chair up to one of our Spanish 21 tables! The rules are similar to Blackjack but all 21s win immediately in this game of chance. To throw another twist, there are no 10 cards in this game. Plus the game features Bonus 21 payouts depending on how you play.
Champion Poker
Champion Poker is a version of Texas Hold ‘Em, the world’s most popular style of poker. It includes a Hold ‘Em bonus bet equal to the opening ante bet. It’s easy to learn and a blast to play at Chewelah Casino! Players and the dealer receive two cards face-down, as well as five community cards face-up, over the course of the hand.
Play With Your Sun Club Card
Be sure to play all our games with your Sun Club Card! Both table games and slots will earn points toward many exciting benefits including exclusive events and offers. So drop in and have some fun with the place that treats YOU right!

Casino Employment


Join our team. We encourage and welcome applications from qualified candidates for open positions within our casino. Contact our Human Resource office for employment opportunities at Chewelah Casino and Two Rivers Casino:
Telephone: 1-800-322-2788.

Problem Gambling Help Line
The Spokane Tribe of Indians seeks to provide a fun and safe entertainment environment. In an effort to promote responsible gaming, we would like to offer assistance to those in need of help for gambling-related problems.
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, help is available. All calls are confidential. Please contact one of the following organizations if you have any questions or concerns:

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ROULETTE

Get your heart racing on one of our Roulette tables at the heart of the casino floor. Roulette is one of our featured table games. It’s fun, exciting and easy to play. Red or Black, Even or Odd. Place your bets.
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ULTIMATE TEXAS
HOLD' EM

Texas Hold’ Em is a riveting game to play. Two cards are dealt to each player, two to the Dealer and five community cards are dealt face-up in the centre for both Players and Dealers to use in any combination (three, four, or all five of the community cards may be used) to make the highest-ranked poker hand.

BLACKJACK

Blackjack, also known as twenty-one, is the most widely played casino card game in the world. Experience the thrill of Black Jack at the Dragonara Casino in an ambience like no other.

PUNTO BANCO

Punto Banco is a combination of the famous “chemin de fer” and “baccarat” and offers the player some of the best odds found in casino live games. The game is played with six decks of cards and cards are dealt by the croupier. The player bets either on player or banker. The aim of the game is to draw cards (a minimum of two and a maximum of three)and come as close to nine.

THREE CARD POKER

Three Card Poker® is a new and exciting Stud Poker Game available at Dragonara Casino. The game offers three ways to play and four different ways to win. You may bet against the dealer, bet on the value of your own three card hand, or bet both.

RUSSIAN POKER

Russian Poker is one of the most popular types of poker offered in many casinos around the world. In this type of poker each player receives 5 cards, and plays against the bank.