Casino Equipment in Kent

Casino Equipment in Kent

Casino Gaming Supplier in Kent

Based in Kent, Elite Casino Supplies are a casino gaming supplier offering a full range of casino equipment and accessories.
We are casino supply wholesalers offering such products as security cash boxes, roulette accessories and brass ashtrays in Kent.
All our products are manufactured on site by a highly qualified and capable staff with over 30 years experience of metalwork engineering.

Standard products we are able to manufacture equipment

Blackjack and Roulette Accessories in Kent

We have been supplying casino supplies in Kent for a number of years now and work hard in order to maintain our well known name and reputation.
Although we offer a range of standard products we are able to manufacture equipment to your specific requirements when required. If you play tight and follow a few golden rules you should be able to level up the game.

Elite Casino Supplies

Elite Casino Supplies are a casino gaming supplier offering a full range of casino equipment and accessories.

We are casino supply wholesalers offering such products as security cash boxes, roulette accessories, chip trays, brass ashtrays, blackjack, etc.

All our products are manufactured on site by a highly qualified and capable staff with over 30 years experience of metalwork engineering.

Although we offer a range of standard products we are desert diamond west valley resort & casino able to manufacture equipment to your specific requirements when required.

All our products are made from high quality raw materials and can be finished to suit your needs;
Highly Polished
Chrome Plated
Various Paint Finishes
Textured Finish
Antique Gold
Bronze
Silver
We are also happy to accommodate orders for all batch sizes.
If you would like more information on Elite Casino Supplies in Kent, then please don’t hesitate to contact us via the information supplied on our contacts page or give us a call and a member of staff will be delighted to help you.

BLACKJACK

In an ideal world we would be playing blackjack with a single deck, the dealer would stand on soft 17 and doubling would be allowed on any first two cards. We would also see the Beatles banging out I Want to Hold Your Hand and some bleak northern film about rugby players getting their girlfriends up the junction would be the talk of the town… for this ideal world would be the Sixties.
Nowadays, we are used to playing with two decks (house advantage increases by 0.3%), four decks (increases to 0.5%) and even six decks (another 0.6%). If we then consider that doubling down is restricted to 9, 10 and 11, the house has gained another 0.1%. As a dealer’s blackjack beats yours, we’re now down a further 0.1%. Add no re-splitting and you’ve lost another 0.1% advantage to the house. Hardly seems worth playing?
Well, yes and no. If you play tight and follow a few golden rules you should be able to level up the game. But remember – quit while you are winning or you’ll plough it all back in.
House rules
Learn the rules and proper strategy first, as this is one of the few casino games where rules can vary between casinos. Check our website for our blackjack masterclass.