Q. I thought gambling was illegal--will I get in trouble for hosting a party?
No! The only money exchanged at a party is the fees paid by the host to Classic Casino for use of its equipment and dealers. Players do not pay to play, nor will they win cash. Everyone at your party will have a chance at a variety of prizes. Classic Casino is in the entertainment business, not the gambling business!
In the instance of fundraisers, guests cannot “pay to play” and receive prizes for their efforts. For more information on charitable gaming, visit http://www.doa.state.wi.us/section_detail.asp?linkcatid=56 or email CharitableGaming@wisconsin.gov. It is the organization’s responsibility to determine the need for, and maintain possession of, raffle or other licenses.
Q. What types of prizes will my guests win?
That's up to each host. Although you may provide a weekend in Aruba or a new bass boat, most hosts offer a selection of wines, music cds, and gift certificates. Our consultants can help with other suggestions unique to your situation.
Q. Some of my guests don't have much experience with classic casino games--will they still enjoy this type of party?
Yes! Our dealers are trained to work with players of all levels. They are more than happy to explain the rules of the game and offer help along the way. Multi-table parties typically find beginner and advanced players at different tables so no one fells "left behind" or "slowed down."
Q. Can the dealers entertain the children that come to my party?
For the enjoyment of all players, Classic Casino strongly discourages those under the age of 13 from actively participating in casino play.
Q. How many tables do I need for my party?
For small, intimate gatherings, tables should seat 70-85% of your guests. Larger parties, when the games are one of many fun opportunities offered, should have a much lower percentage. In both instances, our consultants will be happy to discuss your specific needs and desires and offer suggestions to make your party truly distinct.
Q. How much space to I need for each table?
Please see our Equipment &Tables page for pictures of each table and estimated size requirements.