Check out our innovative gaming floor design!
Visit us at Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino, and you’ll find a new gaming floor design that emphasizes the comfort and privacy you want. We’ve increased our slot machine bases from 28 inches to 32 inches. The new bases also have built-in foot rests and larger chairs that rotate 360 degrees and can be adjusted forward, backward or by height.
We’re one of the first casinos in the country to go with larger bases and adjustable seats, and our goal is to continue to make your experience better each time you visit Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino!
Our luxurious high-limit table game room is now open every day starting at Noon!
Nothing gets the adrenaline pumping like the live action of your favorite table game. At Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino choose from over 30 table games dealing non-stop excitement with each and every hand.
Now you can play your favorite table games in the high-limit area Monday through Thursday from Noon until 4 AM. PLUS, our high-limit tables are open all weekend-long from Noon on Friday until 4 AM on Monday!
The high-limit table game area at Seneca Allegany Casino is a private and discreet area for our most esteemed players. Enjoy the exclusivity and receive personalized service from our dedicated VIP attendants. We offer high-stakes Blackjack with wagers starting from $25 and above. And nearby, you can enjoy the high-limit slots featuring $5 to $100 machines.
NEW GAMES. NEW EXCITEMENT!
Low Limit Blackjack
Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino now offers $5 dollar Blackjack daily.
(May not be available on holidays or high-volume days)
A brand-new side bet for Blackjack lovers, an “In-Bet” wager is a wager that the Dealer’s up card falls between the player’s first two dealt cards. You can wager from $1 to $50 and the payoff can be as high as 10 to 1 depending on the outcome.
One-Card Spread = 10 – 1
Two-Card Spread = 5 – 1
Three-Card Spread = 3 – 1
If your two cards match in rank to the dealers up card creating a “Triple Match,” the wager will pay 30 – 1. Look for the specially marked tables.
Blackjack Match the Dealer
Another brand-new side bet for Blackjack lovers, Match the Dealer where, if your card or cards match the Dealer’s up card in rank or rank and suit, you can win as follows:
1 Non-Suited Match Pays 4 – 1
2 Non-Suited Matches Pays 8 – 1
1 Suited Match Pays 11– 1
2 Suited Matches Pays 22 – 1
1 Non-Suited plus a Suited Match 15 – 1
Look for the specially marked tables.
Play against the dealer in this strategic card game where you try to get as close to 21 as possible. Think your ace is waiting for you?
The most exciting chance game in the world. Stack it on the pass line and play the odds to land a lucky 7 winner.
Red…or black? Pick a color, pick a number or spread it all around in this classic table game where a little white ball can be your best friend.
Caribbean Stud Poker
Keep your bluffs to yourself, this version of five-card stud pits each player against the dealer. No poker face? No problem.
Combining the best parts of Texas Hold ’em, Let it Ride and Three-Card Poker, Mississippi Stud features a five-card hand with three in the community. Instead of competing against the dealer, you can raise or fold as the cards are revealed. Beat a pair of jacks, and you’ll win!
Let It Ride®
Kick back and enjoy the easy pace of this five-card Poker game, where players wager on the hands created by their three cards and two community cards.
In this twist on the traditional Blackjack, players are dealt two hands instead of one. You can switch your two highest cards and increase your chances of winning! Natural blackjacks pay 1:1 instead of 3:2. If the dealer lands a hard total of 22, it pushes all player hands except a natural blackjack.
Three Card Poker
The original version of Poker, Three Card Poker pits each player against the dealer to get the best hand in a game of chance and strategy.
Four Card Poker
The game is similar to Three Card Poker but as the title suggests, four cards are used instead of three. Also, there is no dealer qualifying hand and the player can raise up to three times his ante.
Texas Hold ’em Bonus
Texas Hold 'Em Bonus is a poker-based table game and, like real Texas Hold 'em, the player may bet his hole card, after the flop, and after the turn (but not after the river). As in one-on-one poker, all bets pay one to one, except the ante requires a flush or higher to pay.
In this variation on Blackjack, four 10-spot cards are removed from the decks and a player’s 21 will always beat out the dealer’s 21.
Big Six (Money Wheel)
A simple, popular and exciting table game for all. Place wagers on your selected denominations and if the wheel lands on that denomination, you win. The payouts vary, as provided on the table.