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Las Vegas Crazy4Poker Games

There are 29 Crazy4Poker installations in Las Vegas. These tables are spread across 21 different casinos. The most common minimum bet is $5. There are a few $10 tables, with $15 at Bellagio and $25 at Wynn.

Most Crazy 4 Poker tables are located on the Las Vegas Strip. There is one table downtown and three casinos with the game in the locals market.

Best Las Vegas Casino for Crazy4Poker

We think that the best casino for Crazy4Poker is The Cromwell in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. That casino is always full of energy and the $5 minimum bet is quite fair for its location.

The Cromwell also offers a variety of other games with low limits, often with better rules than its competitors and other casinos in the Caesars Entertainment family.

Mirage, also with a $5 minimum bet will offer a more laid-back experience.

All Crazy 4 Poker Tables in Las Vegas Casinos

Casino
Min Bet
Max Bet
# of Tables
Aria105001
Bally’s55002
Bellagio155001
Caesars Palace102002
Cromwell51001
Encore105001
Flamingo101002
Golden Nugget53001
Harrah’s51002
Linq51001
MGM Grand105001
Mirage55001
NYNY101001
Palazzo1020001
Paris102002
Planet Hollywood55001
Red Rock55001
Rio52002
Sunset Station51001
Venetian1020002
Wynn255002

How to Play Crazy 4 Poker

Crazy 4 Poker is a moderately popular table game in Las Vegas. There are 21 casinos that offer it. The minimum bet is usually $5 or $10, depending on the casino.

However, in this year’s survey, we found it for $15 at Bellagio and $25 at Wynn. If at Wynn, you can often find the game with a $10 minimum bet by walking over to Encore, Wynn’s sister property.

Crazy4Poker players receive five cards and discard one to make the best four-card hand. There is an ante and side bet. The player may raise up to three times the ante with at least a pair of aces. Any other hand may be raised an amount equal to the ante.

The dealer needs a king-high to qualify. The ante pushes if there is no qualifier. If the dealer qualifies, the ante plays with the raise. The dealer’s hand is compared to the dealer’s hand.

If the player beats the dealer, the ante and raise are paid. If the dealer wins, the player loses both bets. In the event of a tie, both bets push.

Other Table Games at Las Vegas Casinos

We carry out an annual survey of Las Vegas casinos, detailing every table game they have to offer and any relevant rules and conditions.

This invaluable resource can help you find the ideal venue to play your preferred table game in Las Vegas. Check out our full survey below.

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