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Casino Nights are a great way to spice up any event: Holiday parties, Birthday Parties, Bachelor/Bachelorette parties, etc. Casino Nights are a great way to get people who don’t know each other together without the usual awkwardness. Gaming at the tables promotes socialization and gives everyone playing or just watching something to talk about and enjoy.
Their packages included delivery and set-up of a professional quality event. Our dealers are friendly professionals that know the various games and will help teach the players if necessary. Included in the package are the tables, dealers, and all associated accessories (chips, cards, dice, etc). Chairs are not normally included and will either need to be provided by the venue or added as a rental. Our personal will handle the setup and breakdown of all equipment as well as run the individual tables. At the end of the night they will handle the “cash-out” procedure at each table.
They typically distribute $1,500 in ‘phony money’ to each guest. The guests can then exchange these for smaller denomination chips at the table they have chosen to play at. The gaming lasts for a set amount of time, usually 2-3 hours. At the end of the designated time, players will cash in their chips for a dealer signed voucher indicating their winnings for the night. To promote the feeling of gambling and add the spice of competition, we recommend you give away prizes at the event’s conclusion. These can be anything from small token prizes, gift certificates, or larger gifts. The prize giveaway will be handled in one of the following ways:
Prize Auction – Each prize is auctioned off to the highest bidder. Each player can bid up to the total amount they won for the night, as indicated on their prize vouchers. Change is not normally given; this will limit guests to one prize.
Top Finishers – If you have five or fewer prizes you may award them to the top winners of the night. This can be combined with the Prize Auction option by giving the “big” prizes to the top finishers, but auctioning off the smaller prizes.
Raffle – For each $500 in chips, or part thereof, the player will get 1 raffle ticket. All guests will receive 1 ticket even if they go broke. Prizes are then awarded by raffle. This gives each guest a chance to win, even if they are not experienced gamblers, and yet still gives the winners a better chance since they will have more tickets. This is the only option available for non-profit events.
All options can also include consolation prizes for those that that went broke. They will get vouchers that show a Zero balance, these vouchers will then be mixed and winners drawn randomly. You can also issue IOU’s or ‘Re-buys’ for players that go broke. This will allow them to buy back in to the tables so that they are not excluded from the festivities and may continue to play even if they have run into some “bad luck”. The IOU amount will be subtracted from their winnings at the end of the night. You will also need to decide if you will allow couples or groups to pool their winnings and if there will be a limit as to how many prizes one person or group may win.Share on: