Canterbury Card Casino Opens Monday At 10 AM

A Message from Azure Adler, Executive Card Casino Host

We are thrilled to welcome you back to Canterbury Park’s Table Games! We look forward to returning to our card club where we have Fun and Games like no place else!

In order to welcome you back safely, new procedures have been implemented. This is in the best interest of our staff and our guests. We take pride in our health and safety standards and we know that you will continue to have a great experience as you play at Canterbury Park.

Our card casino operations will run from 10:00AM- 4:00AM daily. This gives us the overnight hours to deep clean and prepare for a new fresh day. Thermal temperature checks will be done as you walk into our lobby and masks are required of all patrons and staff. Food service at gaming tables will be discontinued, however our Chips Express is open to serve you and you may take a seat in our expanded dining area. Beverage service will continue tableside and we ask that you remove your mask only when enjoying a sip.

All of our gaming tables have plexiglass barriers between each guest and the dealer. This allows for four guests to play at one table and we ask that you are seated while making wagers.

Traditionally many of our table games are dealt face down, but for right now those games will all be dealt face up as to limit the handling of the cards to only the dealer. Sanitizer is available at each game and we will be sanitizing the seating and plexiglass on a frequent basis.

Currently only table games are being offered. We look forward to bringing poker back as soon as we are able to. We also offer contactless dealer assist blackjack,where you can wager up to three hands from your own private betting station. This game allows a live dealer to remain physically distanced from the players. You sit at a personal gaming station and play blackjack using a touch screen to manage chips and cards.

Lastly, we ask that you make a reservation to come play at Canterbury Park. We understand you may not know exactly how long you wish to stay and we don’t want you to feel rushed. We are working hard to stay under our temporary maximum capacity and the reservation process assists us in keeping our traffic flow at an acceptable level. You may make reservations by going to our website and use this quick and easy process or by calling 1-800-340-6361 Thank you so much for being a valued customer at Canterbury Park. We are navigating challenging times, and as things change, we will keep you updated.  RESERVATIONS HERE – pick your date and time

These Games Are Offered

4 and 6 deck Blackjack – with Trilux, and Lucky Lucky side bets

Free Bet Blackjack

Baccarat with Dragon and Panda side bets

Criss Cross Poker

Games with progressive jackpots include

Blazing 7’s Blackjack

Face Up Pai Gow

3 Card Poker

Ultimate Texas Hold Em

Mississippi Stud

I Luv Suits

How to Play TriLux and Lucky Lucky, Blackjack Bonus Bets

In this edition of Canterbury Basic Training, we look at two of our Blackjack side bets: TriLux and Lucky Lucky.

We’ll let Azure take it from here:

If you’re still unsure about TriLux and Lucky Lucky, visit our Card Casino. Our dealers are always happy to provide you with more info and tips on how to play.

Related: How to Play Three Card Poker

Related: How to Play Freebet Blackjack

At Canterbury Park, we’re dealing action 24/7, including Blackjack, Mississippi Stud, Three-Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Freebet Blackjack, EZ-Baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow Poker and Crisscross Poker.

Meanwhile, our poker room is also open all day every day. Come Play!

-By Kris Jansich

Gov. Dayton Signs Gaming Legislation

On Friday, May 4, Gov. Mark Dayton signed HF 2975 in law. This legislation enhances Minnesota’s existing Card Clubs by allowing for a series of changes to their operations. First, this law allows the number of tables in Minnesota’s card rooms to increase from a limit of 50 to a limit of 80. Additionally, it increases the poker bet limit from $60 to $100. Furthermore, the legislation also removes limits on the number of poker tournaments Card Clubs can conduct, as well as limits on the number of tables used in these tournaments.

In addition, the legislation allows card games played in existing Card Clubs to be “banked” card games. In a separate provision, the amended law establishes a framework for the possible implementation of simulcasting of horse races at existing casinos throughout Minnesota.

Read the full press release at