A Full Menu of Party Options
Why a Casino Party?If you've ever been to an Atlantic City or Las Vegas casino for a night of gaming, you know the thrill that comes with walking in the door and stepping up to your first table. The atmosphere and adrenaline combine to make for a truly exciting evening, and if your skill and luck hold out, you can walk away a big winner. Either way, you will be in for a night of thrills and laughs as you and your table mates match wits with the dealer and each other.
Think of Royal Casino Party (RCP) as a portable casino that can set up wherever you need us to. We arrive before your guests do, setting up sturdy, professional tables with all the chips, dice, cards and other gaming equipment we need to recreate that same pulse pounding excitement in your own home, a local rental hall, a restaurant or even your office space. Our dealers not only look sharp dressed in black pants, shoes, tuxedo shirts and red & black vests, they are also trained to assist first-time players in learning the ropes of the various casino games, while handling the needs of the most knowledgable players in the house.
Name Your Game!Choose from a wide variety of table games:
TournamentsWith a little help from ESPN and the Travel Channel, poker tournaments are very hot right now and you can host one of your own that even Benny Binion would be proud of. Our full-size oval tables will give your players that "World Series" feel and we'll keep everything running smoothly while you're busy playing your hand. From top to bottom, we have you covered. Whether it's Texas Hold'em, Seven Card Stud, Razz, Omaha or Omaha Eights or Better, our dealers know the game. This is the RCP owner's personal favorite, so count on him trying to sneak onto a table!
Poker's not your thing? That's OK, we also feature blackjack, roulette and craps tournaments that have the same pressure packed action that the poker community craves!
Gaming TutorialsFor your group of five or more, we can do in depth instruction on the table games of your choice. First get a solid understanding of the rules and general procedures of a game, then take the next step and learn what makes some bets, and some games, more player-friendly by examining the odds & payoffs and calculating the "house edge" built into every bet in the casino. Tackle systems and strategies before testing your understanding of what you've learned with some on-game practice before finally taking a look at how the games operate from the dealer's and pit boss' perspective. Printed materials are included for your future reference.
Next time you head down to Atlantic City (or how about Monaco?), you'll be armed with the knowledge you need to reduce the casino's advantage over you to a minimum.