Our new progressive works like magic for lucky table Players looking to win more and win more often! The Magic Progressive Jackpot links table games including Let it Ride, Mississippi Stud, Three-Card Poker and Four-Card Poker. Players can place a side wager on their hand or the Dealer's hand for a chance to win the growing progressive in addition to the main table bet. The Magic Progressive has already paid out more than $2 million!
Still the most popular of table games, Barona offers double-deck, and six-deck shoes, and boasts the best Blackjack rules in the country.
• Best Blackjack in San Diego by the Blackjack Hall of Fame
• Rated the "Best Blackjack Game" in the country by Casino Player Magazine
This fast-paced game is fashioned after the all-time favorite, War. Players are dealt one card to compete with the Dealer's card. High card wins. If you tie the Dealer you may surrender 1/2 your bet or "Go to War."
Super Fun 21 offers additional twists and features on the traditional single-deck game, including doubling on any number of cards, surrender at any time, and 2-to-1 payouts on blackjacks in diamonds.
Barona Craps offers all the excitement of Vegas Craps but with a California twist. We offer 5x odds and all the same bets you’ve come to know and love, including 3x the 12 in the field! Step up to the table to see which cards make you a winner!!! Come see our friendly Craps staff today!
In this exciting poker game, Players may take back their first & second bets as cards are being revealed or they can "Let It Ride."
Players pursue the best poker hand using their three cards plus two community cards.
Ten’s or better win!
Getting paid 200 to 1 has never been easier! Come buy-in on our newest game, Sic Bo, and watch the table lights come alive when you bet your favorite number, total, or combinations! With Barona Sic Bo, you control the outcomes via our Player push button technology. Make your bets, push the button, and watch the table light up with payouts. Barona Sic Bo, another way for you to be a WINNER!
Never Face 20 AGAIN!!! That’s right, with Burn 20 Blackjack, never again will you start a round against a Dealer’s hard 20. Burn 20 Blackjack is dealt just like the Blackjack you love… with a few exceptions. If the Dealer has a hard 20 at the start of play, they must burn the cards and create a new Dealer hand! And why stop with hard 20’s? If the Dealer starts the game with a face up Suited Blackjack, they burn that too! Come play Burn 20 Blackjack and Never Face 20 AGAIN!!
Dealt a low card? Trade it! Have a high card? Raise your bet! That’s the magic of Ultimate Casino War. All Players are dealt one card face up, and then are given the opportunity to either Raise their bet, Trade their card, or simply Check their bet. Once all Player decisions are made, it’s time for the showdown against the Dealer. And just for another way to win, make a bet on the Perfect Match side bet. If you’re lucky enough, and your final card matches one of the Dealer’s cards, you’ll win odds as high as 100 to 1! For the ultimate experience, come play Ultimate Casino War!
In Supreme 99, use your four cards to set a two-card high hand and a two-card low hand. Hands are ranked based on pairs, with a pair of Aces being the highest value pair and a pair of twos being the lowest value pair. If a hand does not contain a pair, baccarat scoring is used, with a nine being the highest value and the zero being the lowest value. If you beat the dealer on both the low and high hands, you WIN! If you win one showdown and lose the other, the hand will push. If you lose both the high and low showdown, the hand will lose. All copies are awarded to the house. However, if you receive a copy on both the high and the low, you’ll be paid 4 to 1! Also available on Supreme 99 are two side wagers, the Pair Fortune and the Magic Progressive. Play either one or both to increase your chance of winning!
If you like EZ Pai Gow, you’ll love Asia Poker. Asia Poker is played with a standard 53 card deck, including a Joker. The Joker can be used as an Ace, or to complete straights and flushes. In Asia Poker Players, and the Dealer, receive seven cards. The seven cards are then used to set a one card “Low” hand, a two card “Mid” hand, and a four card “High” hand. When all Players have set their hands, the Dealer’s hand will be exposed. The Dealer will then set them in the Low, Mid, and High style. Once the Dealer’s hand has been set, the showdown will begin. The Dealer will compare their Low hand to the Player’s Low hand, their Mid hand to the Player’s Mid hand, and their High hand to the Player’s High hand. Beat the Dealer on at least two of the three hands, and you WIN!