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$65 Satellites begin on October 3, 2015.
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• 2015 MSPT Event Schedule

Other weekly games and tournaments:

SUNDAY: 1-2 No Limit Texas Hold'em • 3-6 Limit Texas Hold'em • 1pm Tournament
MONDAY: 1-2 No Limit Texas Hold'em
TUESDAY: 1-2 No Limit • 3-6 Limit • 1pm Tournament - beginning 5-5-15, one re-entry will be allowed for the tournaments
WEDNESDAY: 1-2 No Limit
THURSDAY: 2 No Limit • 6:30pm Tournament
FRIDAY: 1-2 No Limit • 3-6 Limit • 5pm 2-5 Pot Limit Omaha - beginning 5-5-15, one re-entry will be allowed for the tournaments
SATURDAY: 10am 5-10 Limit Hold'em with a kill • 3pm Bounty Tournament • 1-2 No Limit • 3-6 Limit

10-20 limit poker – the 1st Saturday of every month at 10am.
Games are normally run on scheduled days, but it is best to call ahead and see what is being played.



Playing poker at Ho-Chunk Gaming - Wisconsin Dells is fun and exciting. Our poker room is open seven days a week from 10am-4am. All poker players are encouraged to call and add their name(s) to our daily cash game waiting list.

Names are accepted starting at 9:30am.

We offer several variations of poker including: 2-4 Texas Hold'em, 3-6 Texas Hold'em, 8-16 Texas Hold'em, 1-2 No Limit, 2-5 No Limit, Omaha Hi-Lo, as well as Pot Limit games.


Three Card Poker is a fast paced and entertaining specialty game offered by Ho-Chunk Gaming. The game features three ways to play and four ways to win. Players may bet against the dealer, bet on the value of their own hand, or bet on both.

To bet against the dealer, players make an Ante wager. After looking at their cards, they may fold or place an equal Play wager to stay in the hand. If the player's hand beats the dealer's qualifying hand, both the Ante wager and the Play wager will win. The dealer must qualify with a Queen high or better.

To bet on the value of their hand, the players make the Pair Plus wager. To win the Pair Plus wager, the player must have a pair or better in their hand. To play both the Ante and Pair Plus, the players must make a Play wager if they have placed the Ante wager, or they forfeit their Ante. If the player holds a straight or higher in their hand, the Play will win an Ante Bonus payout even if the dealer does not qualify and if the player loses to the dealer.


  • Pair Plus - Straight Flush 40 to 1
  • Three-of-a-Kind 30 to 1
  • Straight 5 to 1
  • Flush 4 to 1
  • Pair 1 to 1

Ante Bonus: Straight Flush 5 to 1, Three-of-a-Kind 4 to 1, Straight 1 to 1.


Four Card Poker is a fast paced specialty game in which the player goes head-to-head with the dealer. Four Card Poker gives the player an option to triple down on the Play bet and offers a generous bonus if the player should win.

To compete against the dealer, players make an Ante wager. They may also make the Aces Up wager to compete against the paytable. Each player will receive 5 cards to make the best possible four card hand. The dealer will receive 6 cards in which to make the best possible four card hand for the house. The dealer will always qualify.

After looking at their cards, the players have the option to fold or make the Play wager. The Play wager can be up to three times their Ante wager. If the player's hand beats or ties the dealer's hand, both their play and Ante wagers win. If the dealer's hand beats the player's hand, the player loses both wagers.

The Aces Up bonus wins when the player is holding a pair of aces or better. It also wins regardless of winning or losing to the dealer. If the player hold a Three of a Kind or better in their hand, they will win an Automatic Bonus on their Ante wager. Automatic Bonuses always win, even if the player loses to the dealer.


  • Aces Up: Four-Of-A-Kind 50 to 1
  • Straight Flush 30 to 1
  • Three-of-a-Kind 7 to 1
  • Flush 6 to 1
  • Straight 5 to 1
  • Two pair 2 to 1
  • Pair of Aces 1 to 1

Automatic Bonus: Four-of-a-Kind 25 to 1, Straight Flush 20 to 1, Three-of-a-Kind 2 to 1.


Table Limits: $5.00 min - $50.00 max

For tournament information call toll-free: (800) 746-2486 ext.2505


Table Limits: Blackjack, also known as twenty-one, is one of the most popular casino card games at Ho-Chunk Gaming-Wisconsin Dells. Blackjack is played with one to seven players betting against the house. The object of the game is for the players to draw cards as close to 21 without exceeding "21". The King, Queen and Jack count as 10. The Ace counts as 1 or 11, as desired. All other cards (2 through 10) are counted at face value.

Blackjack Hours: 7 Days a Week 10:00am - 4:00am

Come Play our New Las Vegas Style Table Limits: $5-$500, $10-$1000, $15 -$1000, $25-$2000, $50-$2500, $100-$3000

Blackjack variations offered: 2 Deck Pitch and 6 Deck shoe games


Roulette is easy to learn and fun to play. Simply predict the color and/or the number in which the ball will drop onto and place your wager!

Table Limits: Inside: $5.00 - $200.00 $25 any way to the number Outside: $5.00 - $1,000.00


"We're coming out! Craps, Yo-Eleven, any seven, World bets, Horn bets, Hi-Lo's. Bet it now while the dice are in the middle. We're coming out!"

Craps, otherwise known as dice is a fast paced game which adds energy and excitement to the gaming floor. Craps has several betting options which can make the game seem difficult and maybe a little bit intimidating to a new player. Once you gain an nderstanding of the game you will find it action packed and very thrilling.

Table Limits:$5.00 - $200.00

10X Odds: Craps lingo you should become familiar with-

  • Natural is 7 or 11
  • Craps is 2, 3 or 12
  • Point can be 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10
  • Shooter is the person throwing the dice. That would be you!
  • Come-Out Roll is the first roll or any roll where a point has not been established.
  • Right Bets are betting with the shooter
  • Wrong Bets are betting against the shooter
  • Hard Ways are 4, 6, 8 and 10 thrown as a pair
  • Easy Ways are 4, 6, 8 and 10 thrown any way other than a pair
  • Preposition Bets are located in the center of the gaming table between the Stickperson and Boxperson. These bets consist of the Hard Ways, Any Craps, 7, and 2, 3, 11 & 12.


There are traditional labels for the two hands. One hand is called the "Banker" hand, and the other is called the "Player" hand. These labels do not mean the casino against the players. These are the traditional names.

Bettors may bet on either. It would be just as effective to call one hand "A", and the other, "B". The dealer starts by asking for bets. At this time, bettors have three choices: They may bet that the "Banker" hand will win, the "Player" hand will win, or that the two hands will "tie". Once you've placed your bet, the dealer pulls four cards from the shoe, to start the two hands.

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