• Trop World Logo
  • My Trop Access Logo
  • Facebook icon
  • Twitter icon
  • Instagram icon
  • Email icon

Two New Table Games Announced at Tropicana


Two New Table Games Announced at Tropicana

Try your hand at Casino War or Three Card 21 “N” Done

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (July 11, 2016) — Players on the hunt for fresh thrills this summer will find them at Tropicana Atlantic City, where two new table games from leading game producers have gone live in the North Tower Casino. Casino War and Three Card 21 “N” Done are becoming fast favorites of both new and experienced players. Deal yourself in!

“Tropicana is always on the lookout for innovative games that add excitement to the casino floor and meet the evolving preferences of our guests. Casino War and Three Card 21 “N” Done are both super easy to play, and appeal to players of all skill levels,” said Steve Callender, General Manager of Tropicana Atlantic City.

Go to battle with Casino War

Casino War is one of the easiest card games to play at Tropicana. If you ever played war as a child, you already know the basics. The game is played with eight decks. Cards are ranked as in poker, except aces are always high. The suit does not matter. To participate, players make a wager. If their card is higher than the dealer’s, they win even money. But, if a player’s card matches the dealer’s, the extra fun begins! When the dealer and the player are tied, players have two choices: they can surrender and forfeit half the bet or go to war for a chance at even bigger payoffs.

Poker meets blackjack in Three Card 21 “N” Done

If you know blackjack and a little poker; this game is for you. A variation of blackjack with a 3-Card Bonus side wager gives you twice the action. Each player makes two wagers and is dealt three cards face up. The dealer is dealt the traditional two cards, one up and one down. First, the dealer will check for all winning Three Card 21 Bonus hands and pay the players accordingly. Players then use those same three cards to continue the blackjack portion of the game, which is similar to the standard blackjack game with a few changes.  Point counts of 21 are an automatic win. Those first three cards a bust? You can split them for more ways to win.

“We listen to what our customers are saying and follow through on their feedback. These exciting new games are just the latest example of Tropicana’s commitment to deliver MORE fun, value and variety to our players,” Callender said.

About Tropicana Atlantic City

Tropicana Atlantic City is a 24-hour gaming destination located on the beach and Boardwalk. Featuring 2,079 hotel rooms and home of The Quarter, a 200,000 square foot entertainment complex, Tropicana is the premier resort in Atlantic City. With 24 restaurants, 25 shops, 18 bars and lounges, 2 pools, an IMAX Theatre and a spa, Tropicana was highlighted as one of the “Coolest Casinos in the World” by PopSugar. The Trop Advantage Club has been voted “Best Players Club” by Casino Player Magazine. In 2015 and 2016 Tropicana underwent a total of $90 million in renovations, including its spectacular Multimedia Light and Sound Show, the addition of AtlantiCare LifeCenter Fitness, renovations to its casino and over 900 hotel rooms and more.

Must be 21. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. For more information, visit the official Web site at www.tropicana.net or:

About Tropicana Entertainment

Tropicana Entertainment Inc. (OTCQB: TPCA) is a publicly traded company that, through its subsidiaries, owns and operates eight casinos and resorts in Indiana, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey and Aruba. Tropicana properties collectively have approximately 7,166 employees, 5,525 rooms, 8,035 slot positions and 304 table games. The company is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tropicana is a majority-owned subsidiary of Icahn Enterprises, L.P. (NASDAQ:  IEP).  To learn more about Tropicana, visit www.Tropicanacasinos.com.