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Mobile Casino Hire

1Entertainments is now pleased to offer mobile casino hire across the UK. Why not add an extra dimension to your event or wedding with 1 or more of our stunning mobile casino tables? Each table you book for your event or wedding comes with a professional croupier.

You can see more information on our mobile casino tables below. Just select the link to the casino table(s) you are interested in hiring.

1Entertainments Casino Hire - Roulette

Roulette is a game found within all casino’s and an easy one to play. Try your luck with a bet on one number or on six numbers – the choice is yours; or if you want to be safe why not bet black or red, odd or even?
  • Single number bet pays out 35-1
  • Split – Two number bet pays out 17-1
  • Street – Three number bet pays out 11-1
  • Corners – Four number bet pays out 8-1
  • Six Line – Six number bet pays out 5-1
  • Dozens – Bets on 12 numbers in one section pays out 2-1
  • Columns – Bets on 12 numbers in one column pays out 2-1
  • Even/Odd – Any even or odd number pays out even money
  • Red/Black – Any red or black number pays out even money
  • 1-18/19-36 – Any number pays out even money

1Entertainments Casino Hire - Black Jack

For all those that have played Pontoon before you are not far off knowing the rules to blackjack. In this game you play against the dealer only. Up to 9 players can join the game, however, if the table is busy the dealer can include up to another 5 players. The basic rule of the game is to get to 21 without going bust.

The dealer will always start to their left and deal each player a card. If you have not invested your chips in a box to play you will not be included in this hand, and once the dealer has started dealing it is too late to join in. The dealer will give themselves one card face up and will then deal all players their second card. Play will then begin.

Buying a card – You can buy a card as long as your original 2 cards amount to 9,10 or 11. To buy a card you will need to increase your initial stake by the same amount.

Splitting – You can split any two of the same cards except 4,5 or 10’s. Once again, to split your cards you will need to increase your stake by the same amount.

1Entertainments Casino Hire - Craps

Craps is a game played by one or more players against a casino. Players take turns rolling two dice. The player rolling the dice is called the “shooter”. Other players at the table bet on the shooter’s rolls by placing chips on various different areas on the table that pay out according to numbers rolled.
To begin, a player wishing to play as the shooter must bet at least the table minimum on either the “Pass” line or the “Don’t Pass” line (pass and don’t pass are sometimes called “Win” or “Right” and “Don’t Win” or “Wrong” bets for the outcome of a shooter’s round).

The game is played in rounds, with the right to roll the dice moving clockwise around the craps table at the end of each round. A player may choose not to roll (but can continue to bet), the dice then pass to the next player willing to become the shooter.

Each round has two phases: “come-out” and “point”. To start a round, the shooter makes one or more “come-out” rolls. A come-out roll of 2, 3 or 12 (called “craps”, the shooter is said to “crap out”) ends the round with players losing their “pass line” bets. A come-out roll of 7 or 11 (a “natural”) results in a win for “pass line” bets. The shooter continues to make come-out rolls until he rolls 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, which number becomes the “point”. The dealers then move an “On” button to the point number signifying the second phase of the round. If the shooter rolls the point number, the result is a win for bets on the pass line. If the shooter rolls a seven (a “seven-out”), the pass line loses and the round ends.

This game is one that is complicated which for your event we have simplified for everyone to enjoy and understand. The rules will be shown to anyone on the night.

1Entertainments Casino Hire - Texas Hold'Em

Texas Hold’Em is all about chips. You start with some chips and your goal is to take your opponents chips. This is a crucial thing to remember!! The goal is not to win hands, and it’s not to get good cards – it’s to win chips!

In Texas Hold’Em, each player is dealt two cards down; your “Hole” cards. Then comes a round of betting called the “pre-flop round”. Anyone still in the game sees the “flop” – that is 3 community cards, dealt face up in the centre of the table for all to play. Then comes another round of betting. Next comes another community card, the “turn”. Then comes another round of betting. Finally the last community card, called “the river”, and the final round of betting. Now, anyone still in the hand shows their hole cards, and the best hand wins.

Your hand is made up of the best 5 cards you can make from your 2 hole cards and the 5 community cards. You may use 0, 1, or 2 of your hole cards. Everyone plays the same community cards, but only you have your hole cards, and no one else can see them. The ranking of hands are normal 5-card poker hands