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Table games at Win! Derby

Progressive Jackpots


UTH, I Love Suits, DJ WILD


Face Up Pai Gow Poker


Three Card Poker


We have a large selection of your favorite table games offering exciting play for every skill level, beginner to pro!

Ultimate Texas Holdem (UTH)

Beat the dealer!


The objective is to get a better hand than the dealer.


The final hand is a combination of your cards and the open cards on the table.

Ultimate texas holdem


Mississippi Stud is a five-card poker game where the players compete against a pay table rather than each other or the dealer.


Player's just needs a pair of Jacks or higher to win. Any pair of 6s through 10s will be a push.

Mississippi stud poker


Three Card Poker is played as heads-up between the player's hand and the dealer's hand.


After all ante wagers are placed, three cards are dealt to each player and the dealer.


Players have a choice to either fold or continue in the game by placing a "play" wager equal to their ante.

Three card poker


One Card poker is an easy to learn game where your goal is to have a higher card than the designated dealer.


It's the fastest, simplest table game to learn and play!

One card poker

I Love Suits

I Love Suits is a table game played against the dealer. The game starts by placing an Ante bet and two optional bonus bets–Flush Bonus & Straight Flush Bonus.


Each player and the dealer then receive 7 cards face down. The goal is to get the greatest number of cards in any one suit.

High card flush


The object of DJ Wild is to get a higher five-card poker hand than the dealer. The game is played with five wild cards – the four deuces and one joker.


You must make equal wagers on the Ante and Blind to play the game. You may also wager on the Trips and/or Two-Way Bad Beat side bet.

DJ wild


Pai Gow Poker is played with a traditional deck of 52 playing cards, plus a joker (total of 53 cards).


The object of the game is for both of the player's two-card hand and five-card hand to rank higher than both of the Banker's two hands. Should one hand rank exactly the same as the Banker's hand, this is a tie and the Banker wins all tie hands.

Pai gow
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