Table games

Ca' Vendramin Calergi, the historical venue for the Casinò di Venezia, houses tables for French Roulette, Chemin de Fer and Punto Banco, Fair Roulette, Black Jack and Caribbean Stud Poker.
Ca' Noghera, on the other hand, is the modern, colourful venue where it is possible to play Fair Roulette, Black Jack, Caribbean Stud Poker, French Roulette, Chemin de Fer and Punto Banco.


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Both Ca' Vendramin Calergi and Ca' Noghera have rooms and tables dedicated to French Roulette, one of the most important – and enchanting – games of the entire Casinò di Venezia. Allow yourself to be tempted by the sound of the boule as it finishes its run on the wheel.
Beautiful, magical and absorbing, Chemin de Fer has, since time immemorial, excited the greatest players in the world and in all casinos. It would seem that its origins date back to medieval times when a game called “Baccarà” was played with tarots that were considered magic, so much so that they were decorated by famous artists and used as tools of divination.
Black Jack
The game is played between the banker, represented by the Casinò, and the players. The winner is the player with the highest score, not exceeding 21. This is determined by the sum of the values of the card received to begin with, or subsequently requested. Every player plays the game independently, adopting his or her own strategy on each occasion.
Fair Roulette
This dynamic variation of French Roulette, namely Fair Roulette, can be played at both Ca' Vendramin Calergi and Ca' Noghera. What are the most significant differences? The size and layout of the table (tableu), the wheel (le cylindre), the presence of the Chef de Table and just one employee (croupier).
Caribbean Stud Poker
Caribbean Stud Poker is a variation of poker where, instead of challenging each other, the players challenge the banker, attempting to create a better combination. Ca' Vendramin Calergi and Ca' Noghera both have rooms dedicated to this five card variation of poker.
Punto Banco
The Casinò di Venezia has rooms dedicated to traditional Punto Banco, that can host two dealers and up to fifteen players, whereas the semi-circular shaped Midi Punto Banco table can accommodate one banker and a number of players ranging from seven to nine.