Discover our most popular gambling tables with all of their rules, minimum bets and plays.

American Roulette

Played on a table with a mat and cylinder, divided into 37 squares numbered from 0 to 36, both inclusive.


American Roulette is played with colored chips without a specific value. There are nine different colors, depending on the number of players.

Each player chooses their own color, within the limits of the established maximum and minimum bets. The colored chips are purchased directly from the dealer at the same table, and not at the register like with the casino’s tokens, and the dealer is told the value that the player would like to assign to their chips.

To make sure there is no room for error, the dealer places a “marker chip” indicating the value that each player assigns to their chips, along with a chip of the corresponding color, on a marker placed on the roulette tables. This means that the chips can easily be placed on top of other players’ different colored chips.

It is mandatory to bet on the numbers on the mat. The head of the table may accept tokens. The dealer announces when American Roulette game is to begin.

Punto Banco Baccarat

The baccarat table is shaped like an eight and has fourteen seats.


Players can bet in favor of the Player or in favor of the Banker, which means that during the game there will be two scores of cards on the table, one for the Player and another for the Banker. The highest score wins, with the maximum score being nine points.

The wager will be made in the so-called “Player” or “Banker” area, depending on which of them the player believes will end up closest to the maximum score (9).

If a player believes that the Player and Banker will get the same number of points at the end of the game, they can place their chips on “Tie”. The mat has special compartments numbered for this purpose.

Mini Punto Banco

The rules of Mini Punto Banco are the same as those of the conventional Punto Banco, but with three exceptions:
– The players are placed around a table with 7 seats.
– The dealer deals the cards for both the Player and the Banker.
– Only 2 players can bet on each of the boxes.



Blackjack is played on a semicircular table with seating for up to a maximum of seven players. These players are the ones to receive the cards and make the decisions.

Blackjack is a card game, popularly known as “Twenty-One”. Its goal is to get the maximum score of 21, or get as close as possible to it without going over. There may be more players or bettors, but they will remain standing behind those who are seated, and they cannot ask for cards or make decisions. They will play in the square box of one of the seated players, but they will not be able to make decisions by themselves when it comes to asking for cards or standing. The mat is marked with squares called “betting boxes”. Each of the players who are seated will place the bet in the betting box in front of them. The standing players will bet on the hand of a seated player and they will place their chips in the same box.

I-Table for Blackjack

Just like a traditional blackjack table, the I-Table is played with six decks of 52 cards, which are introduced into an automatic shuffler for dealing. The difference is that the bets are made on a practical touch screen.

The course of the game has the same operation and rules as the traditional table, including the possibilities to “Split“, “Double Down“, “Surrender” or “Insure“.



Texas Hold’em

This game is played on a well-lit table, on top of a game mat that has lines printed that mark the betting and flop areas.

Texas Hold’em is a variation of the card game of poker, where several players face off against each other. The objective of the game is to achieve the best possible combination of five cards drawn from five community cards and two individual “hole” cards. It is played with a standard deck of 52 cards authorized exclusively for casinos.

Ultimate Texas Hold’em I-Table

Ultimate Texas Hold’em is a form of poker that is played with a deck of 52 cards that is dealt by an automatic shuffler. The bets are made by each player on their corresponding touch screen. The goal is to look for the best combination of five cards, the player versus the dealer.


After each player makes the corresponding “BLIND” and “ANTE” bets, the dealer will deal two cards face down to each player and two cards for the dealer. The player will then have the option to pass (check) or bet more (play), multiplying their “ANTE” bet by 3 or 4, as they choose.

At the end of the first betting round, the dealer shows three community cards (FLOP) on the table and the second betting round beings, in which only the other players who did not raise before the flop in the first betting round will be given the choice to raise twice the ANTE, otherwise they will have the option to pass again (CHECK).

Next, the dealer shows two more cards (TURN and RIVER), completing the five community cards for the players and the dealer. This opens the last betting round for the players who checked in the first two betting rounds, them having the option to multiply by one (PLAY) their initial “ANTE” bet or FOLD, which would mean they lose their initial bet. Once the last betting round is over, the dealer picks up their two cards and proceeds to grade the winning and losing hands.


Omaha Cash Poker

Omaha is a variant of Hold’em that has become very popular, mostly due to its many possibilities when it comes to hand combinations. Omaha’s first difference with respect to Hold’em is that each player begins with 4 hole cards instead of two. Like in most poker varieties, a standard deck of 52 cards is used in Omaha.

When the blinds are in place, the dealer deals the four cards face down one at a time to each player, starting with the player next to the button.

Another difference between Omaha and Hold’em is that each player forms a winning hand of five cards by using two of their 4 cards, and 3 of the table’s community cards. For example, if you have three aces in your hole cards and there is another ace on the table, your best hand is not an aces four-of-a-kind. If there was also a pair on the table, your best hand would be a full house of aces. If your fourth card were a king and the table cards were A, Q, J, 10, 9 of three different suits, your best hand would be an ace-high straight. The best combination with this particular flop. To get this hand, the A and K of your hole cards are combined with the table’s Q, J and 10. (It’s possible that the pot has to be split. If someone has a K Q, K J or K 10 in their hole cards, they would also form an ace-high straight).

Stud Poker

The game table is for seven players and has seven betting boxes divided into four spaces: Ante, Bet, Carousel and Purchase of additional card.


It is played with a standard deck of 52 cards authorized exclusively for casinos. The objective of Stud Poker is to draw a combination of cards that is higher than that obtained by the dealer.

In Stud Poker, the player will have the following betting options:


Cash Tables

Casino Mediterráneo dispone de Mesas de Cash Game todos los días.

En Alicante la oferta de la que se dispone diariamente es:
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 100 euros / Máx. 1.000 euros / ciegas 2.5-5 euros
  • Mesa de Poker Omaha Pot Limit / Buy-in 100 euros / Máx. 1.000 euros / ciegas 2-2 euros
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 200 euros / Máx. 2.000 euros / ciegas 5-10 euros
En C.M Orihuela – Costa la oferta de la que se dispone es:
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 50 euros / Máx. 500 euros / ciegas 1-2 euros
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 100 euros/ Máx. 1.000 euros / ciegas 2-4 euros
En C.M Benidorm – la oferta de la que se dispone es:
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 50 euros / Máx. 500 euros / ciegas 1-2 euros
  • Mesa de Poker Texas Cash / Buy-in 100 euros/ Máx. 1.000 euros / ciegas 2-4 euros

Existen algunas normas específicas para las Mesas de Cash Game que los jugadores deberán tener presentes a la hora de participar: