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Game Guide


Las Vegas Sun – Casino & Hotel is located in Vietnam-Cambodia Border, in Bavet City and is the only Casino in Bavet with high end resort style facilities and amenities.

In addition, Las Vegas Sun Hotel and Casino features 100 gaming tables, 150 gaming machines, 10 online games and live band entertainment for our casino guests.

Game Rule:

Baccarat is a comparing card game played between two hands: the player and the banker. Each baccarat coup has three possible outcomes: player bet, banker bet, and tie. If you tie the tie bet, you win 8 to 1 on your bet. By winning the banker’s bet and player’s bet, you get the same amount as your bet.

If you win the banker bet, you get the amount less 5% commission.
(Note: for no-commission baccarat, follow the payout criteria indicated at each table.)


Valuation of hands: cards 2-9 are worth face value; 10 and J, Q, K are worth 0, whereas Ace is worth 1 point. The score of a hand is the sum of all 10s, which is equivalent to the rightmost digit in the sum. For example, the sum of 15 points is worth 5, and the sum of 11 is worth 1. Once a bet is placed, the player and the banker each take two cards. The initial two cards making up the score may determine the result, or you may take a further, third card. When to take the third card depends on the player and the banker, with slightly different rules. Refer to the following table:

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Each of the players and the dealer take two cards (the players place both cards face up, but the dealer places the first card face up and the second face down). A player can take as many cards as he/she wants to reach 21 points. To take another card, say “hit”; to pass, say “stay.”If the sum of two cards is less than 16, the dealer must take another card. The party who gets a sum closest to 21 points is the winner.Equal sums result in a tie. One who exceeds 21 loses.


One of the initial two cards is A(11), and the other is 10, J, Q, or K, making 21 points. The player makes 1.5 times the bet.

If the initial two cards have the same value (A and A, K and J, or Q,) separate them to make two hands. Play each game (player’s choice). Move a second bet equal to the first.
card A allows one split; other cards allow three times.

Regardless of the combined points of the initial two cards, under the restriction to take a single card, you can put down an additional bet, which should be equal to or lower than the first bet. If the dealer’s upcard is an ace, one further insurance bet is provided within half of the first bet. Here, if the dealer has blackjack, the player takes twice the amount of insurance bet.
If not, the player loses the insurance bet.
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Roulette is a casino game. A croupier spins a wheel in one direction, and then spins a ball with diameter of 19-25 mm in the opposite direction. The ball falls onto the wheel and lands on a number. The player who bets on the number wins. To identify the betting players, different colors of chips are used. They can continue to place bets until the dealer announces “No more bets.” The ball falls down and lands in a groove with a number, and the dealer makes payouts according to the betting rates. roulette
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Game Info
In the Tai Sai game, a dice shaker (container with dice in it) is shaken; if the score of three values matches a bet number or the combination of numbers wagered by a player, the player gets paid at specific payout rates.
Regionally, it is known as Big & Small or Sic-Bo.
A casino table game, Tai Sai is popular because it offers the biggest payout (1:150) with a small bet, allowing players to test their luck. Since the commonly seen dice is used, and the game rules are easy, it is preferred by beginners. Thus, the seats are always full.
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A game starts when a dealer calls “Place your bet.” A player places a bet on one, two, or three numbers or score of three numbers. Further types include Big (total score is between 11 and 17) & Small (total score is between 4 and 10) and Odd & Even.
Game Info
One card each is dealt to a dealer and to a player. If one’s card is higher, the other loses the bet.
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