At the Casinos of Winnipeg, variety is the name of the game! The casinos offer a wide range of gaming options to suit all types of play and personal interest.

Learn more about the games:

If you gamble, use your GameSense

For information on how the games work and how to keep gambling fun, please stop by and visit the on site GameSense Info Centres, located on the main floor of both casinos. GameSense Advisors are available between 2 pm and 10 pm, 7 days a week. If an Advisor is not available, check out the interactive information kiosk or pick up written information. If you’re concerned about your gambling, an Advisor can also connect you to other helpful resources.

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.


The Casinos of Winnipeg have over 1700 slot machines, including more than 850 penny and two cent games. You can choose from one cent to $100 slots as well as multi-denomination machines. We are constantly adding new game themes to keep the casino fresh and exciting.

For added convenience, all of our slot machines have bill acceptors and incorporate ticket in-ticket out technology. We also have installed ticket redemption terminals. The terminals allow guests to redeem TITO tickets as well as breaking bills. They are conveniently located and easy to use.



Sometimes, there’s nothing like a traditional bingo game to get you going! The casinos offer a variety of bingo sessions to choose from:

Club Regent Casino Bingo Schedules and Specials

Bingo Hotline: 204.957.2710

McPhillips Station Casino Bingo Schedules and Specials
Bingo Hotline: 204.957.3910



Blackjack $3, $5, $10, $25, $50, and $100 minimum betting tables are available. The $50 and $100 tables are double deck Blackjack, while the $3, $5, $10 and $25 tables are six deck shoes.


Baccarat is another classic casino game. Mini-Baccarat is a smaller-scale version that features a single dealer and six decks of cards. The object of the game is to guess which hand (either the Player or Banker or Tie), will be closest to nine in value.

Squeeze Baccarat

Baccarat Squeeze is a variation of Baccarat that allows an individual player the opportunity to hold and view a hand, depending on the ranking of their wager. The player’s options and object of the game are the same as Midi-Baccarat.

EZ Baccarat™ “No Commission” Baccarat

EZ Baccarat™ is played the same way as traditional baccarat. The draw rules have NOT been changed. The goal is to achieve a total closest to nine.

There is no longer a 5% commission on a winning Banker wager. Instead, a winning Banker hand having a three card total of seven (the Dragon 7™) is a push.
Additional Wagers
Dragon 7™ and Panda 8™
A Banker that wins with a three card total of 7 is called a Dragon 7; and optional bets made on this winning outcome are paid 40 to 1. The Banker side is a “Push”. All other bets lose.
A Player that wins with a three card total of 8 is called a Panda 8; and optional bets made on this winning outcome are paid 25 to 1. The player side is paid even money. All other bets lose.

EZ Baccarat, Dragon 7, Panda 8 and DEQ and designs are trademarks of DEQ System Corp.

High Card Flush



Ante Wager - Only mandatory wager. Win when your Flush is higher than the Dealer, or if the Dealer doesn't qualify.

Raise Wager - Raise wager or fold. Make up to 3X your Ante wager, depending upon your Flush. The better your hand, the more you can wager! (Dealer must qualify to win).

Flush Wager - Compare your Flush to the paytable for great odds.

Straight Flush Wager - Win big with a Straight Flush. The larger the Straight Flush, the more you win!

Flush and Straight Flush wagers automatically pay even if the Dealer has a higher hand.


One of the oldest casino games, Roulette (Small Wheel) has its roots in ancient Rome. Modernized by the 17th century French mathematician Pascal, the game has remained virtually unchanged. The object is to guess the outcome of the spin. We offer Single Zero Roulette.


Keno starts with a field of 80 numbers, of which 20 are drawn randomly each game. The numbered squares on a Keno selection slip correspond to the 80 numbers available. Payoffs are determined by how many of your selections match those chosen by the computer. The Casino publishes payoff amounts. Please ask any of our staff for details.

Texas Hold’em Bonus

Texas Hold’em Bonus is an exciting, new game that is based on popular Texas Hold’em Poker. To play, you must make the Ante wager, after which you will then be dealt two cards. Once you receive your two hole cards you can either fold or bet 2X your Ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. You now have a choice to either check or place a bet equal to your Ante. The dealer then reveals the fourth community card and you have the option again to either check or place a bet equal to your Ante. Finally the fifth card is revealed, no more bets are accepted and the dealer turns over all the cards and makes the best five-card hand. The dealer then reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If your hand is higher than the dealer’s hand, you win even money on all bets, and in some cases, the Ante as well. You must have a Straight or better to be paid even money on the Ante. Otherwise, the Ante pushes.

Let it Ride Poker*

Have you ever been playing cards and wished you could pull back your bet? Let it Ride Poker lets you do just that. The object is to acquire a pair of tens or better. You make a five-card hand from three cards dealt and two ‘Community Cards’ turned face down. If you think you have a winning hand, Let It Ride! If not, pull back your first of three bets. The excitement mounts as the dealer turns over the first Community Card. What will you do? Let It Ride, or not? Finally, the dealer turns over the second Community Card and your hand is complete. The better your hand, the bigger the payoff.

*Proprietary game and trademark used under license from SHFL entertainment, Inc.

EZ Pai Gow

This unique Pai Gow game replaces the taking of the commission on every player’s winning hand by “barring” one hand, a dealer’s Queen High Pai Gow called the Queen’s dragon. This exciting site bet pays 50:1.

EZ Pai Gow is played with a single deck of 52 cards, plus one joker which may be used in only one of two ways: as an ace, or to complete a Flush, Straight, or Straight Flush. Hands are played and ranked as traditional poker hands, except that A-2-3-4-5 is the second-highest straight, beaten only by an A-K-Q-J-10 straight. The object of the game is to get a 2-card hand and a 5-card hand, which rank higher than the House.


No Limit Texas Hold ’em

Available at McPhillips Station Casino - Monday to Thursday: 6:45pm to close | Friday to Sunday: 1:15pm to close

Join the excitement in our Poker Room! Tables will feature No Limit Texas Hold ’em games and Sit ‘n Go Tournaments. To get in a game, just go to the Poker Room and let the floor person know you want to play. We'll be waiting to welcome you.

Bad Beat Jackpot ( No Limit Texas Hold ’em)

Available at McPhillips Station Casino and Club Regent Casino - Monday to Thursday: 6:45pm to close | Friday to Sunday: 1:15pm to close

To qualify for the Bad Beat Jackpot:

  1. A “Bad Beat” hand must be a minimum of 4-of-a-Kind and must be beaten by one higher-ranking hand that wins the pot;
  2. The pot must be equal to or greater than $20;
  3. Minimum of 4 Players are dealt in at the start of the hand;
  4. Both the winning and Bad Beat hands must use both hole cards to create the highest possible hand, cards read;
  5. The round must go to a showdown with all betting complete and the winning and Bad Beat hands revealed.

Prize Distribution

  1. Once the win is confirmed, the posted Bad Beat Jackpot amount will be awarded as follows:
  2. 50% awarded to the Player with the Bad Beat qualifying hand.
  3. 25% awarded to the Player with the winning qualifying hand.
  4. 25% divided equally among the Players at the table who received cards at the beginning of the hand.
  5. Players who have a qualifying hand, but do not hold the first or second highest ranking hand will only be entitled to an equal share of the 25% designated for Players who received cards at the beginning of the hand.
  6. In the event that two or more tables have qualifying Bad Beat occurrences at approximately the same time, the Jackpot will be awarded to the table, which exposes the “river” card first.
  7. Surveillance footage will be utilized to confirm. Players at subsequent tables qualifying for the Bad Beat will be eligible for the re-seed amount of $5000.
  8. A Player who walks away from the game, but leaves his/her chips on the table, and was dealt in at the beginning of the hand will retain their right to a share of the Bad Beat Jackpot.
  9. A Player who removes his/her chips from the game prior to a showdown on a hand where a Bad Beat Jackpot is won forfeits his/her right to any portion of the prize.
  10. Prior to receiving a prize, all winners must provide valid government issued photo identification. More specific identification may be required for prizes $10,000 and over to comply with federal anti-money laundering legislation.
  11. Every effort will be made to ensure the Jackpot amount displayed is an accurate representation of the true prize amount; however, in the event of a discrepancy, the actual calculated Jackpot amount will be awarded.
  12. In the event of a dispute, these rules will overrule any other communication including, but not limited to signage, web advertising, etc. Any situation not covered will be resolved by management in a manner deemed by them to be the fairest to all impacted parties, and that decision is final and binding.

Texas Hold’em (Limit and No Limit games available)

This is a relatively new variation, rapidly becoming the most popular form of poker played worldwide. The action is fast and the excitement is high. Each player is dealt two cards face down. The dealer then places three cards face up in the centre of the table. These are Community Cards shared by all players. Two more Community Cards are eventually dealt. The winner is the player with the best five-card poker hand.

Various limits are available for all poker games. For all fixed limit, no-limit and pot-limit games, a 10% rake with a $5 cap is taken from all pots. For higher limit games, hourly rates are available.

Omaha Poker

Omaha High and High/Low are community card games. Players are dealt four down-cards along with five board cards (community cards). Players must use two of their own cards plus three from the board cards to form a five-card poker hand.

Omaha High follows all the general hand rankings of standard poker.

Omaha High/Low makes use of a qualifier of eight or better for the Low hand. This means that the game has a winner for the highest hand and also has a winner for the lowest hand when a Low hand(s) does qualify.

Omaha cash games are available in the Poker Room at Club Regent Casino.

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