Table Games



Oxford Casino Hotel hosts 26 heart-pounding table games to accomodate your gaming style! If you want to learn how to play, just ask any of our friendly card dealers! 

Table Minimums and Maximums are subject to change at any time.

Due to fluctuations in staffing levels, games may not open on a regular schedule. 

Blackjack with Black Chip


Jackpot Hold'em


Jackpot Hold’em is an exciting new Texas Hold’em style game where you and the dealer receive two-hole cards and share five community cards to make the best five-card poker hand.


  • JackpotHoldEm Game Rules



3-CARD is an exciting table game where players compete heads-up against the dealer. You and the dealer each receive three cards to make the best hand.

  • 3Card Game Rules

Louisiana Stud


Louisiana Stud is an exciting stud poker game played against a pay table. Players are dealt two cards to combine with three community cards to make a five-card poker hand. Wins are based on a pay table. The skill is determining whether to raise or fold after receiving your initial two cards, and again as each community card is revealed.

  • Louisiana Stud Game Rules

Spanish 21

Spanish 21

Spanish 21 is a fun variation of blackjack that is played with eight Spanish decks of 48 cards each.

The game offers optional bonus wagering that allows the player to get more action on a hand.

  • Spanish 21 game rules page 1

Mini Baccarat

Mini Baccarat

Mini-Baccarat has the same rules as big table baccarat.

However, unlike the game at the big table, the dealer turns over all the cards, instead of the players handling the cards, making for a much faster game. The odds are exactly the same as those of the big table, assuming the same number of decks.

  • MiniBaccarat game rules page 1



Craps is played with two six-sided dice on a large table. The person who throws the dice is called the shooter.

  • Craps Game Rules



This classic casino game involves a wheel with 38 numbered slots (1 through 36, 0 and 00). Roulette can be played with either value chips or uniquely colored, non-value chips. The denomination of a non-value chip is indicated by a Lammer placed either on or near the wheel. The number on the Lammer indicates the dollar amount of 20 non-value chips. If a player has a particularly profitable win, the payoff may be made using a combination of value and non­value chips. Be aware! If you leave the roulette table with non-value chips, they will revert to the minimum value on the table regardless of their value at the time of buy in.

  • Roulette game rules page 1


Progressives, trips, boats, quads & royals, YOUR big win could be just one hand away!