CASINO BANCO is one of the most prestigious Prague casinos, offering its visitors services of the highest professional level.
- Address: Na příkopě 27, 110 00 Praha 1
- Open hours: Nonstop
- Phone: +420 221 967 371
- E-mail: email@example.com
- People under 18 are not allowed
- Registration with an ID document is requiered when visiting the casino for the first time
- Food and beverages for playing guests
- Wifi connection and air conditioning
The BANCO CASINO building is located on the historically significant border between Old Town and the New Town. In a street that is ranked as one of the most expensive streets in the world, in terms of all renting areas within it.
Because of its location which is situated in the heart of Prague, buildings and streets nearby do remember stories that are deeply written in the history of the city.
The destruction of the city’s fortifications and filling of the castle moat predetermined the future importance of the Na Příkopě street. Its significance was greatly supported by the unification of Prague in 1784. Until then, this area was a periphery of both cities. During the 19th century, many important commercial buildings were bulit on the street Na Příkopě and by the end of the century the street became a highly frequented urban boulevard.
On the other side, it is against Myslbek’s construction of a fabulous building named “Fruit Market”. The fruit market had been the biggest and most important district of Prague for centuries because it was part of the largest market. However, the construction of Nostic Theater (today called the “Stavovské Theater”) interrupted the interconnected system of marketplaces, thus separating the Ovocný trh from the Old Town Square. Over the time, an extra square was formed around the Ovocný trh.
Games in BANCO CASINO
- Game currency: CZK and EUR (other foreign currencies can be changed at the cash desk for cash chips)
- We accept credit cards: VISA, EC/MC a Dinners Club
- Live games: American roulette: Black Jack, Banco Poker, Pontoon and Ultimate Texas Holde’m
- Electronic games: Electronic roulettes, Slot machines and Video Lottery Terminals
- Minimum bet: 1,- EUR on American roulette
- Minimum bet: 5,- EUR on Black Jack, Banco Poker and Pontoon
- Maximum bet: 500,- EUR
American Roulette is a simple and dynamic game. The chips purchased at the game table can be placed on numbers or outside chances (colors, dozens and columns). Once the ball falls, the dealer will mark the winning number, pay all winning bets and start a new game. Compared to French and European roulette, the American roulette features a double zero.
Black Jack is one of the most popular and most famous card games. Black Jack is played with several 52-card packs. The player’s goal is to defeat the dealer, so that the sum of player cards would be higher than the sum of the dealer’s cards and at the same time he does not exceed the total sum of 21. If the player gets over the 21 total, he loses the game, regardless of the dealer’s cards. If he draws the sum of the dealers, he loses the game against the players who do not exceed the sum of the cards.
Pontoon is an alternative to Black Jack and is one of the less known card games. The rules of the game do not differ much from Black Jack. The difference is only in the winning combination – Pontoon. This happens when the player has a total of 21 in his hand of the first two cards (ace + card with a value of 10) holds 5 cards and their total does not exceed 21, or holds 3 or 4 cards with the sum of 21.
The aim of the BANCO Poker game is to get higher cards than your dealer has. After starting the game, the player will place an ANTE bet. The dealer gives five cards to all players and to himself. Cards are put face down, except for the last dealers card. The player can exchange one card for the amount of the ANTE bet. The player decides whether to stop or to continue the game. If the player wants to continue in the game, he has to bet twice his ANTE. The dealer must be qualified with at least an ace and a king.
Ultimate Texas Holde’m
Ultimate Texas Holde’m is the most popular sort of poker. The rules are very simple. The player gets two cards that he does not show anyone. The other five cards are placed face up on the common table. By combining of these cards, the player must assemble the strongest possible combination.