We are Cadillac Gaming, the new kid on the block. We are not game distributors; instead, we design innovative and simple to play table games and blackjack side bets that are not poker variants or variations of existing games.
Our catchy table game titles include Greed, Low-card Knockout, Four Play, Match Game, Play Your Hunch, Elimination, and Pass or Play. If you are looking for a way to spice up your blackjack game, you might consider these side bets: Dollar a Second, Cash Back Blackjack, Cut Card Bonus, Third Card 21, Avoid the Ace, Next Card Bust, Player/Dealer Blackjack, and Three for the Money.
This website will introduce you to our current portfolio of games with the rules of each game displayed on rack cards so you can see just how simple they are to understand and play.
If you have interest in one or more of our games, please contact Mark to arrange for a demonstration. And if one particular game stands out, perhaps you will be willing to host a field trial.
The object of this game is NOT being dealt the low card in each hand. (Aces are high)
Each hand has players, and the dealer dealt one face up card. The player in each hand with the low card will lose their bet and are “knocked-out” of the rest of the game. If the dealer is dealt the low card in a hand, the game is over and all remaining players win even money on their bet. Multiple players dealt the same low card in a hand will also lose their bet.
The one remaining player wins 3x their bet.
If the dealer and one or more players are dealt the same low card in a hand, it’s a push and the game continues.
GREED is played with a special deck of 51 cards: 27 tens, 18 fives, 3 double cards, and 3 GREED cards. Players do not play against the dealer and do not receive cards. In front of each player are these five betting options.
Players may place bets in one or more of the options. The dealer begins by turning one card at a time face up and entering the value of each card on an embedded calculator that also keeps a running point total. A double card “doubles” the point total and a GREED card ends the game. The higher the point total, the more you win!
Note: Players lose all bets if the GREED card is dealt when the point total is between 25 and 95.
Each player is dealt two face up cards and the dealer two face down cards. After seeing their two cards players may fold or place their bet(s).. Note: The dealer turns his two cards face up AFTER all player bets have been placed.
In front of each player are these betting options:
The dealer turns his remaining two cards face up and announces his four-card point total. Players who beat the dealer win even money on each of their two bets. (Ties will result in a push)
Players may place ONE bet that pays 2:1 if the four-card point total falls between 5 to 13, 14 to 22, or 23 to 30
Players may place ONE bet that pays 3:1 if all four cards are the same color
Players may place ONE bet that pays 2:1 if the four-card point total is odd or even
After placing their main bet, players will be dealt one face up card and the dealer one face down card. Players with a low card will most likely fold and lose their main bet. Players with a high card and wish to play must place a matching bet.
The dealer turns his card face up. Players who beat the dealer’s card (aces high) win even money on their main bet and their matching bet. Players who do not beat the dealer’s card will lose both of their bets. Dealer wins all ties.
Players win based on the number of the dealer’s first six face up cards that match any of their second six face up cards. Before each game, players place their bet on one or more of these six betting options:
One match . . . . . . . 1:1
Two matches . . . . 2:1
Three matches . . . 5:1
Four Matches . . . 10:1
Five matches . . . . 20:1
Six matches . . . . . 50:1
As shown above, there were just two matches: the Queen and the Seven. Players who bet there would be two matches will be paid 2:1 and lose all other bets.
Players may place a side bet that pays even money if there are NO matches.
The game’s object is to beat the dealer’s point total. (Aces High) Printed on the felt are five base cards: 4, 6, 8, Jack, and King of clubs.
Players are dealt seven face down cards that they immediately pick up and eliminate any cards matching the value of the five base cards by placing them face down on the table. Players may fold and lose their bet or continue by making a matching bet and placing their remaining cards face up.
The dealer will now deal themselves seven face up cards eliminating any of their cards that match the base cards, and announce the total of their remaining cards. Players who beat the dealer’s point total win even money on each of their two bets. The dealer wins all ties.
If one or more of your three cards beat the dealer’s one card, you win! (Aces are high)
After placing a matching bet in all three “Pass” circles, you will be dealt three face up cards and the dealer one face down card. If you feel that one or more of your three cards might possibly beat the dealer’s unseen card, place a matching play bet and slide that card under your “Play” bet.
If you have one or more low value cards and choose to fold, you will lose your “Pass” bet for each card you fold.
The dealer will turn his card face up. If you have a higher card in one or more of your play bets, you will even money on each bet. You may also place a side bet that pays 5:1 if all three of your bets beat the dealer.
Avoid the Ace is a blackjack side bet played with a double deck with all cards dealt from a shoe.
After each new shuffle, players place a side bet that remains on the table. Players who did NOT receive an Ace before the next shuffle will be paid 3:1 on their side bet. Players will lose their side bet if they did receive an Ace before the next shuffle.
Each player and the dealer are dealt their first card face up. If either is showing an Ace, the player may place a side bet that pays 2:1 if either gets a blackjack with their next card. The player will lose their side bet if neither gets a blackjack.
Players may jump in and place their side bet at anytime.
Surrounding each player’s main bet area, are three Circles numbered 1, 2 and 3. If the player wins their first hand, the dealer places a small white marker in Circle 1. If the player wins their next hand, the dealer places a marker in Circle 2. Winning three consecutive hands and the player is paid 9:1 on their side bet and lose their side bet if they do not win three hands in a row.
This bonus feature is played with a single or double deck. After each new shuffle, players place their side bet that remains on the table. The player who is dealt the cut card will get a chance to win up to 6x their side bet. Other players will lose their side bet.
The player is handed a tumbler containing 1 die. After a few shakes, they toss the die on the table and their side bet is multiplied by the number on the die. If the dealer deals themselves the cut card, all side bets are lost.
Players whose first two cards are between 12 and 16 and the dealer’s up card is seven or higher can place a matching side bet. The dealer pushes back both bets if they bust. Players will lose their side bet if they do not bust, but continue to play out their hand.
Players whose first two cards are between 12 and 16 and the dealer’s up card is seven or higher can place a matching side bet that pays 9:1 if their third card gives them “21.” If not, they lose their side bet and continue to play out the hand.
In order to win cash back, players must place the same wager each hand. (The dealer places a lammer above each player’s betting area indicating their repeat wager)
Surrounding each player’s betting area are eight small circles that are numbered 1 thru 8. When a player gets their first blackjack, the dealer places a small white marker in circle #1, a marker in circle 2 for their second blackjack, etc. After 8 blackjacks, players earn cash back.
After placing a $20 side bet, the dealer activates the $180 countdown meter with each dollar representing a second. (That’s 3 minutes of game play) Once the meter is activated, the meter deducts $1 per second.
When a player who placed a side bet is dealt the first blackjack, the dealer stops the meter, and the player wins the money remaining on the meter while other players lose their side bet. Multiple players who placed a side bet and were dealt a blackjack in one hand will share the money.
If the dealer is dealt the first blackjack, all side bets are lost, and the dealer resets the meter. If there is no winner when the meter reaches $000, the dealer collects all side bets.