Cadillac Jack’s Blackjack
We offer premier Deadwood gaming tables a step above all Deadwood Casinos. Our Blackjack Tables open daily at 8am. Come try your Deadwood gaming luck!
$4000 Blackjack Cash Bash
Cadillac Jack’s blackjack pit will be giving away over $4000 in cash drawings throughout May and June of 2013.
Every Saturday in May and June Cadillac Jack’s will give away five $50 prizes and two $100 prizes in the blackjack pit. Players will be drawn from a ticket barrel and if they are present they will choose from several unmarked packages each containing $50 or $100.
Starting at 8:15 pm names will be drawn every 30 minutes until all 7 cash prizes are awarded. The final drawing will take place at 11:15 pm.
Every week, after the Saturday night drawings, the tickets will be removed from the barrel and players will have the opportunity to add entries for the upcoming Saturday’s drawing. Qualification begins at midnight, 45 minutes after the final cash prize is awarded.
Tickets may be earned for these drawings in 4 different ways:
- 1 entry for every 250 players’ points earned that week in the blackjack pit. These points are not deducted from the player’s point balance, but determine the amount of entries earned.
- 1 entry for every winning payout of 25-1 or more while playing any table game in the blackjack pit.
- 5 entries for every full red stamp card redeemed.
- 1 free entry for every player.
Come join us every Saturday this May and June for your chance to win cash during the Cadillac Jack’s Blackjack Cash Bash. Earn your entries during the week by playing cards and come collect your prize every Saturday night. Save your stamp cards for entries all at once, or use them every week. Each week is a new chance to win. Come spend Saturdays with us this summer and see for yourself why it pays to play at Cadillac Jack’s!
The Blackjack pit opens 8am Friday morning and stays going until Sunday night.
We have the friendliest dealers in town for:
The “21″ stands for blackjack, and the “+ 3″ is for a three-card poker hand consisting of the player’s first two cards and the dealer’s face-up card. If those three cards yield a flush, straight, three of a kind or straight flush, the player is paid 9 to 1 on the side bet. The house edge is 3.2%, making 21 + 3 one of the better side bets on the market.
Two Deck Pitch
Two Deck Blackjack is the most exciting, lowest house edge blackjack game available where the players hold the cards in their hands. Bet anywhere from $5 to $1000 on up to three hands and let the chips roll in!
Single Deck Blackjack
Dealt from a single, 52 card deck, Single Deck Blackjack offers a lower house edge. Cadillac Jack’s is the only casino in Deadwood that allows $1,000 max bet to be played on up to two spots.
Fortune Pai Gow Poker
Cadillac Jack’s is currently the only casino in South Dakota offering this exciting game. Pai Gow Poker is played with a 53-card deck, including a joker. The game is one-on-one, the player(s) against the banker, each competing to make the best possible hands. Due to a rather slow pace and a lot of ties, Pai Gow Poker is less intense than most casino games and a modest buy-in can usually last a long time. The game offers a “fortune” side bet which pays various winning hands with a maximum payout of 250-1 and the player may bet up to $10.
Three Card Poker Progressive
Three Card Poker Progressive takes the excitement of the industry’s most popular specialty table game of all time to a new level. Players simply make the optional $1 progressive side bet that pays when they receive a straight or higher. The top payout—100% of the progressive jackpot—is won when the player is dealt an Ace-King-Queen of Spades. The top two payouts also trigger “envy bonuses” where all progressive bettors win if anyone at the table receives a premium hand. Players can bet up to $200.
Ultimate Texas Hold’Em Progressive
Ultimate Texas Hold’em is a poker-based casino game in which the player may make one raise at any time during the course of the hand. The earlier the raise is made the higher it may be. Unlike other poker-based games, raises made after the ante still have action, even if the dealer doesn’t open. Players can also bet $1 on the progressive, a royal flush pays the progressive which starts out at $5,000 and commonly reaches $25,000 or more making this a true jackpot!