Blackjack & More

Offering the Best BlackJack Tournaments in South Florida

Seminole Casino Coconut Creek offers several table games for your enjoyment as well as video blackjack which is located amongst the best casino slot machines.  Play at our Coco Party Pit with the beautiful and lovely CoCo Girls. Enjoy Mississippi Stud a new addition to our table games!

Our blackjack tournaments are one of a kind with an incredible atmosphere enjoyed by all of South Florida. For future blackjack tournament information, make sure to reach out to your casino host.

Play the following table games with us at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, ideally located near West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale:




Traditional Vegas-style Blackjack. The object is to beat the dealer’s hand without going bust or over 21.

3 Card Poker

Your Pair Plus bet wins if your 3-card hand contains a pair or better and is paid when the hand is completed according to the posted odds at the table. After Pair Plus bets and all antes are made, the dealer will then deliver each player a 3-card hand. You can either fold or play your hand against the dealer’s once you checked your hand. If you fold, you forfeit your ante and your Pair Plus bets. If you play you must make an additional bet equal to your ante. Once the bets are made the dealer sets the hand and settles the remaining bets.


4 cards are dealt alternatively from the shoe. First card to the player, second to the bank, third to the player, and fourth to the bank. If the point count of either hand is 8 or 9, it is called a "natural", and no additional cards are drawn. If the bank does not have a natural, the player will always draw a third card on totals of 0,1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and stand with the 6, 7, 8, and 9. The hand closest to 9 wins and shall be paid at odds of 1 to 1. If both the player's and the banker's hands result in identical totals, it is a tie adn neither hand wins or loses.

Let It Ride

After you make three bets of equal size you start the game. Then the dealer hands you three cards and deals the house two cards face down. After seeing your cards, you have the choice to take back one of your bets or Let it Ride. The dealer then turns over one card. If you like what you see and your chances, you can either pull back your second bet or Let it Ride again

Spanish 21

Spanish 21 is a fast-paced variation of blackjack that has become increasingly popular. The game is played on a standard blackjack table. The main difference between Spanish 21 compared to blackjack is the removal of all 10's in the decks. Jacks, Queens, and Kings remain, but all natural 10's are removed from every deck used at the table.

Casino War

Casino War is without a doubt the easiest card game to play in the casino. If you have ever played war as a child, or simply made a bet on who could draw the highest card, then war will seem instantly familiar.

Pai Gow Poker

Played with a 53-card deck including a Joker, a roll of the dice determines who gets the first hand. Each player gets dealt 7 cards. Cards are arranged into Poker hands of five card and two card. The rankings of the five card hand are the same as regular Poker. The two card hand can be a pair or two individual cards. The highest two card hand is a pair of aces and the lowest is a 2 -3. After all hands are set, the dealer’s cards are set and it's time to compare. If you win both hands, you get paid, If you lose both, you lose your bet. If you win one hand and lose one hand, it's a tie and you get your money back.

Mississippi Stud

Mississippi Stud is a five card poker game that lets you bet on up to 10 units on a single hand. In Mississippi Stud, you compete against a paytable, not against the dealer. You win if your hand is a pair of Jacks or better (Pairs of 6's-10's push). The top payout is 500 to 1 for a Royal Flush and it pays on all bets!