Monday & Tuesday
Billiards or Pool?
Both games are challenging
Play both to test your skills and see what the big difference is.
We have a great selection on tap for you to choose from.
What do you feel like playing?
Billiards, Pool, Darts, or Poker?
How about a some Shuffle Board?
Play one or play all, the choice is yours.
Texas hold 'em
When Texas Hold’em first came onto the poker scene in the 1900s, it spent many years languishing in relative obscurity. However, a few chance encounters with some of the most prolific poker players in the world saw the game receive a much-needed boost. Some more good luck and an association with the World Series of Poker would launch the game to global phenomenon status.
In only a few decades, Texas Hold’em has managed to achieve unprecedented popularity. In the modern era, it is the standard form of poker in nearly every casino, both online and traditional building-based establishments. Like many other games, poker’s ancestry traces back to the Middle East, many thousands of years ago.
The game can trace its humble beginnings back to the 15th century. While no one knows precisely when and where it was developed, Shuffleboard was popularized in the homes and taverns of 15th century England.
A Royal Affair
Played as after-dinner entertainment, Shuffleboard was popular among the royals and the gentry. History tells us that the game was well-liked by the king himself! Henry the VIII was the first royal to play Shuffleboard – although by all accounts he was not very good at it. One fable recount that he lost 9 pounds to Lord Williams in a game of Shuffleboard.