The Société des Bains de Mer’s table games


Alongside their unique selection of slot machines, Monaco’s casinos ensure that table games are also given pride of place. A snapshot of the plethora of exclusive games you’ll find when you push open the doors to the Société des Bains de Mer’s temples to gambling and gaming…

There’s only one rule here: the rules of the game!

From European to American, from balls to cards and dice, there are games to suit all predilections and a table at which to try your luck in one of the Société des Bains de Mer’s casinos. Boasting a huge range and number of different options, the Société des Bains de Mer is thoroughly unique in its ability to meet all needs and preferences: enjoy a spot of European or English Roulette, Trente et Quarante, Punto Banco as well as its modern spin-off version, Punto 2000 and optional side bet, Dragon Bonus©. You’ll find all the American casino classics, from Black Jack to Ultimate Texas Hold’em Poker. Something of a rarity in Europe, you’ll be treated to the exuberant, high-spirited atmosphere of the Salle des Amériques room in the Monte Carlo Casino or Sun Casino.

Games for all

To match its varied range of table games, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer has always sought to create diversity in its stakes and players. Each establishment opens its doors to all types of visitors, from newcomers and curious passers-by looking to kick back and relax, to the most seasoned players who flock here to sit at the world’s top tables.

Soak up the atmosphere

Because casino games are about instinct and feeling, choose the right atmosphere to bring you the luck you need. Soak up the essence of casino games in the spectacular rooms at the stunning Monte Carlo Casino, a gorgeous example of Belle Epoque style. All the tables here are custom-designed to professional standards in the Société des Bains de Mer workshops. At the Casino Café de Paris, enjoy 24/7 service in a stylish yet relaxed atmosphere. At the Sun Casino, step into a paradise of American games. And for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, take your seat at the open-air tables found on the Société des Bains de Mer’s terraces, open in high season at the Monte Carlo Casino, and all year round at the Casino Café de Paris.

Did you know?

> On 18 August 1913, legend has it that at the Monte Carlo Casino’s European Roulette table, the ball fell on black twenty-six times in a row.

> Having noted the incredible generosity seen in his Sunday collection plates, the pastor at the Saint Paul Anglican church soon realised that among the churchgoers were gamblers who came to place bets on the number of psalm chosen for the service. The pastor decided to avoid all psalms numbered lower than 36…

> One evening in March 1894, two men of a certain age climbed the steps to the Monte Carlo Casino. They stopped at the entrance to the rooms: they had kept on their heavy coats and hats and had no member cards. The establishment’s management decided to politely turn them away. But before doing so, the manager had them fill in a form. Upon seeing their signatures, the manager was astounded to discover the identity of the mysterious strangers: His Majesty Franz Joseph I Emperor of Austria-Hungary and his groom. The two men were hurriedly ushered back in to the rooms.