The Normandie Casino offers Vegas-style action right here in L.A.! Open 24/7, the fun and excitement never ends when you're at the Normandie. With a variety of great games to choose from, whether you are a novice player or a seasoned professional, you are sure to find your favorite games at the Normandie Casino. You will find big jackpots, friendly competition, and loads of excitement. Come put your skill into action and get lucky today!
Texas Hold 'em is the most popular variation of poker in the world. You've seen it on TV, now come in and join the fun. Hold 'em is a community card game where each player may use any combination of the five community cards and the player's own two hole cards to make the best five-card hand. The Normandie Casino offers Limit and No Limit Hold'em.
Blackjack (also known as Twenty-one) is the King of California card games. Just like Vegas, we offer double down, split, and surrender options. Much of Blackjack's popularity is due to the mix of chance with elements of skill. The Normandie is currently the ONLY card club in L.A. that pays 3 to 2, or 150%, on Blackjack.
EZ Baccarat is a simple game with only three possible results - Player, Banker, and Tie. Players may bet on either the player or the banker, and the object is to form a hand with the sum of its cards equal or as close to "9" as possible.
Three Card Poker is becoming a favorite new table game. Players are discovering that it's not only easy to play, but it's a lot of fun. The object is to beat the player/dealer in a three-card poker game. The optional Bonus Bet also makes this game popular; a royal flush pays 200 to 1.
Pai Gow Poker is the most popular California action game. You must divide your seven cards into two poker hands, a two-card hand and a five-card hand. The combination of skill and luck is what makes this game so fascinating.
Pai Gow Tiles is an exciting, fast-paced game that is played with 32 tiles (rather than cards). This game, with ancient roots in China, is as popular as ever. Once familiar with the simple rankings, the game becomes easy to play.
The object of Pan 9 is to have a total value of 9, or as close to 9 as possible, by adding up the value of your cards. The Pan 9 deck is dealt using twelve (12) decks totaling 432 cards. Starting with a regular 52-card deck, the 7's, 8's, 9's, and 10's are removed.
Seven Card Stud:
Seven Card Stud is a classic American favorite. Objective is to obtain the best five-card hand using any combination of your three hole cards and four up cards.
California Lowball is a form of draw poker in which the lowest hand wins. The best hand is A-2-3-4-5. Lowball is played with a standard 52 card deck, plus a joker, which is considered the lowest card not already in the player's hand.
Omaha High-Low Split (8-or-better):
Omaha is similar to Texas Hold'em except that each player is dealt four hole cards instead of two, and makes separate high and low hands.