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Bicycle Casino


Have a seat. And soak it all in. The Bicycle Hotel & Casino's table room is 100,000-square-feet of pure gaming indulgence. Ez Baccarat, No Bust 21st Century Blackjack, Chinese Poker, Pai Gow Poker–you name it, we've got it. Over 50 table games enveloped in world-class luxury, exciting energy and uncompromising service.

And no matter your level of play or the stakes, our seasoned dealers and choice table-side food and beverage service will raise your game. Because when it comes to gaming with style, The Bike goes all in.

No Bust 21st Century Blackjack


The game is dealt with a standard 52–card deck. There are 104 cards in a double-deck game. 260 cards in a five-deck shoe, and 416 cards in an eight-deck shoe.

Player objective is to form a hand whose sum is closer to 21 than the Player/Dealer's hand, but does not exceed 21.

A natural will beat any other non-natural 21, and consists of an ace and a card valued at 10, with the first 2 cards. If the player/dealer receives a natural, the hand is over and all players' hands are reconciled. Each Player will receive two cards on the initial deal. Players have the option of drawing additional cards. Each Player has the option to be the Player/Dealer, for a maximum of two hands, starting from seat #1.

At the initial deal, all players receive two cards face-up (face down in double deck games), and the Player/Dealer receives one card face up and one card face.

The following hand signals must be used to indicate a player's desired action:

  1. A sweeping or tapping motion towards a Player's body indicates the desire to hit.
  2. A side-to-side hand motion, parallel to the table, indicates the desire to hit.
  3. A horizontal line drawn across the table behind the Player's bet indicates the desire to surrender.

All deals and draws start from the first occupied seat to the left of the dealer. The player/dealer position will be skipped and will receive his (or her) card last. Each Player in turn (starting from seat #1) has the option to draw card(s), double down, split and surrender. Then the Player/Dealer will expose their second card. The player/dealer will draw cards until either a hard 17, soft 18 is made, or until the total is more than 21 (bust). The Player/Dealer's second card determines where the action starts (payoff). For example, if the Player/Dealer's second card is an Ace, then the action starts on seat #1. Each card is ranked from 1-13 and that many seats will be counted depending on the player/dealer's down card. For example, if the down card is a King, 13 spots will be counted, skipping the player/dealer each time. Each player's hands are revealed starting from where the action button is placed, and compared with the Player/Dealer's hand. There is an optional buster bet bonus, where you bet on whether the player/dealer will bust or not. The payout chart is below


The seated player will have the right to the first spot, and after that any other player can bet on any remaining seat. All wagers will pay equal time collection before each hand is played. On Double-Deck games only, a player cannot jump in the game in the middle of a shoe. For a player to play during a shoe, they must have bet the first hand of that shoe.


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The Gardens Casino

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In Hold'em, all players receive two downcards as their personal hand, after which there is a round of betting. Three boardcards are turned simultaneously (called the “flop”) and another round of betting occurs. The next two boardcards are turned one at a time, with a round of betting after each card. The boardcards are community cards, and after the final round of betting, a player may use any five-card combination from among the board and personal cards. A player may even use all of the boardcards and no personal cards to form a hand. This is called “playing the board.”

Hold'em uses a flat disk called a dealer button to indicate the player who is in the dealer position for that hand (even though a non-playing casino employee actually deals). The dealer button rotates clockwise. The player with the dealer button is last to receive cards on the initial deal and has the right of last action after the first betting round.

One or more blind bets are used to stimulate action and initiate play. Blinds are posted before the players look at their cards. Blinds are part of a player's bet, unless the structure of a specific game or the situation requires part or all of a particular blind to be “dead.” Dead chips are not part of a player's bet. The small blind is posted by the player immediately clockwise from the button, and the big blind is posted by the player two positions clockwise from the button.

The player to the left of the blinds initiates action on the first betting round. On all subsequent betting rounds, the action begins with the first active player to the left of the button.

In non-tournament play, the button rotates one position clockwise after each deal. The button must move forward, and the blinds adjust accordingly.

Blackjack is played with standard 52 card deck. The objective of the game is to beat the dealer. If your cards total higher than the dealer's cards without going over 21 you win. You are trying to get close to, but not over, 21. If your hand goes over 21 you "Bust." If you bust you automatically lose. If the dealer busts and you do not you win. The player must act first. If the player busts he loses regardless if the dealer busts or not.

The suits of the cards have no affect on the game. Cards 2 - 10 are counted at face value without regards to their suit. All face cards have a value of ten. An ace can count as either one or eleven. A queen and a five would equal 15. An ace and a five would total either 6 or 16. A hand that does not have an ace is referred to as a Hard Handbecause it has only one value. A hand that contains an ace is referred to as a Soft Hand because the value can change. If you draw to a soft hand and the three cards total a number where counting an ace as eleven puts you over 21 then the hand becomes a hard hand. Example: You are dealt an ace and a three. You have 4 or 14. If you then draw a ten you now have a hard 14 because if you count the ace as 11 you would have 25, which would bust you.

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From Westminster/Garden Grove:

Head westbound on CA-22

Left at the fork to stay on I-405 North

Merge onto I-605 North

Exit 3 for Carson Street towards Lincoln Avenue

The Gardens Casino is on your Left

From Downtown Los Angeles:

Head southbound on I-5

Merge onto I-605 South

Exit 3 for Carson Street towards Lincoln Avenue

The Gardens Casino is on your Left


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