MGM GRAND DETROIT ADDS 21+ 3 BLACKJACK TO TABLE GAMING MIX
MGM Grand Detroit, the city’s premier entertainment, dining and gaming destination, announced the addition 21 +3 Blackjack to its casino floor. A combination of traditional-style Blackjack and Three Card Poker, 21 +3 Blackjack offers players the opportunity to play two of the most popular casino table games at the same time.
In 21+3 Blackjack there are two potential wagers, a traditional blackjack bet and an optional Three Card Poker side bet. The Three Card Poker hand is based on the player’s first two dealt cards and the dealer's up card. All winning Three Card Poker hands, three of a kind, straight, flush, straight flush and suited three of a kind, pay nine-to-one odds. A winning hand on the Three Card bet does not affect the subsequent Blackjack play.
“We are continually looking for new games we believe will excite our guests and offer them a superior time,” said Mike O’Connor, MGM Grand Detroit’s Vice President of Table Games. “Blackjack and Three Card Poker are two extremely popular games on our floor, so combining them is sure to be a hit among our guests.”
MGM Grand Detroit offers more than 20 different games on 90 tables and numerous flat screen HD TV’s on the casino floor, as well as market exclusive “Golden Dice challenge" in the Craps Pit.
About MGM Grand Detroit
The only Forbes Four Star hotel and spa in Southeast Michigan and AAA Four Diamond Awardwinning hotel, MGM Grand Detroit is the city's first and only downtown hotel, gaming and entertainment destination built from the ground up. The hotel features 400 chic and stylish guest rooms, including nine rooftop VIP suites and 56 opulent corner suites. Guests enjoy signature restaurants, including TAP at MGM Grand Detroit and two new Wolfgang Puck restaurants, Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and Cucina and Steak; casual restaurants; lounges such as a
relaxed piano-style bar; high-energy nightlife; and the only resort-style spa in Southeast Michigan. More than 30,000 square feet of meeting space hosts everything from large corporate events to intimate black-tie affairs. MGM Grand Detroit is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International™ (NYSE: MGM). For more information, visit www.mgmgranddetroit.com or call toll free at (888) 646-3387.