- Live Baccarat: 98.94 percent RTP (banker), 98.76 percent RTP (player)
- Live Casino Hold’em: 97.84 percent RTP
- Craps: 83.33 – 98.64 percent RTP (3x Max Odds)
- Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker: 97.84 percent RTP
Finding Borgata’s table games
Borgata Casino makes finding its selection of table games easy.
There’s a series of links underneath the Borgata Casino banner at the top of the page.
Click on the link labeled ‘Table Games‘ and you’ll see a list of all Borgata table games and video poker games in title tile format.
There’s also a search box over on the right-hand side of the page where you can type in the name of any table game to see if its on the site.
Alternative table games on Borgata Casino
Here’s a little information about each of Borgata Casino’s four alternative table games:
There is no online baccarat game at Borgata.
However, there is Live Baccarat, an online and live-game hybrid that closely mirrors the same baccarat game found at most land-based casinos.
Two two-card hands are dealt. One hand goes to the banker spot and the other to the player spot.
Players bet on which one will be closer to a value of nine or if they will tie.
Live Baccarat on Borgata has real-life dealers using real cards to play the game. Players watch a live stream of the action and bet using an online interface. Players can also chat with the dealer online.
Live Casino Hold’em
Casino Hold’em is basically a casino game version of Texas Hold’em poker.
The big difference is that instead of playing against one another, players in casino hold’em go up against the dealer.
The object is simply to make a better five-card poker hand than the dealer using your two cards and five community cards.
Live Casino Hold’em at Borgata Casino is an online and live-game hybrid that is essentially same Casino Hold’em game you might find at a brick and mortar casino. The game employs real-life live dealers, real cards and an online interface that allows players to watch a feed of the action and bet on it.
Craps is one of the loudest and most fun games in any brick and mortar casino.
Developers have yet to capture the social aspects of the game and put them online. However, online craps is available at Borgata, and as a mirror image of the game at brick and mortar casino, it offers players a solid Craps learning tool.
Online craps can be played at a player’s own pace, giving each the time to educate themselves regarding the game’s many intricacies.
With just three-times Max Odds, Borgata’s version of craps isn’t the best available online, but it isn’t the worst either.
The basics of craps are the same no matter where you play. Player’s bet on the pass line or don’t pass line. Then, they roll the dice. This is called the come-out roll and it determines the point. Unless a seven or 11 winner is rolled. Or, a two, three, or 12 crap out.
Once the point is set, players can make odds bets up to the game’s maximum. These bets have no house edge.
Roll the point before a seven and all odds and pass bets are paid.
Players can also place bets on various props, numbers, and groups of numbers listed on the table.
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker is essentially Casino Hold’em, a casino game version of Texas Hold’em poker.
Players go up against the dealer in an effort to make a better five-card poker hand using two hole cards and five community cards.
The difference between Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker and Borgata’s Live Casino Hold’em is that the former is an electronic version of the game hosted online and the latter is an online and live-game hybrid.
Both are very much the same Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker game you might find at a land-based casino.