From thrills to dynamic, high-stakes action, Silver Star Hotel & Casino welcomes winners 24 hours a day. The casino boasts a 90,000-square-foot gaming playground – from over 2,200 state-of-the-art slots, Video Keno and Video Poker games to 59 classic table games like craps, blackjack, roulette, mini baccarat and ten poker tables.
Bok Homa Casino, located in Sandersville, MS is the latest addition to Pearl River Resort. This impressive, new 27,000 square foot facility features over 700 slot machines and a fabulous quick serve eatery.
New members who sign up for a Pearl River Rewards card will be reimbursed up to $500 in slot loss on their first day of play at Silver Star, Golden Moon, or Bok Homa. Simply visit Pearl River Rewards Club, sign up for a new card, and play your favorite slot.
Sign up and play! If you lose at least $50 with a minimum play time of 30 minutes, you will be reimbursed in BonusBet for your slot loss.
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New members who sign up for a Pearl River Rewards Card will be reimbursed up to $1,000 in Table Game loss on their first day of play at Silver Star. Simply visit Pearl River Rewards Club, sign up for a new card, and play your favorite table game.
Sign up and play! If you lose at least $100, you will be reimbursed in SureBet (free table play) for your table game loss.
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Silver Star's 90,000 square-foot casino houses nearly 2, 200 slot machines, including Video Poker, Video Keno, high-denomination slots and a variety of progressive machines. Golden Moon houses nearly 200 slots.
The most popular entertainer in history is featured in the ultimate
music and slot gaming experience. Michael Jackson King of Pop™
showcases Michael's most iconic songs during gameplay, including:
BEAT IT • BAD • SMOOTH CRIMINAL
BILLIE JEAN • DIRTY DIANA
© 2012 Triumph International, Inc. under license from Bravado Merchandising. All rights reserved. "BEAT IT," "BILLIE JEAN," - ©1982 MIJAC MUSIC (BMI); "BAD," "DIRTY DIANA," "SMOOTH CRIMINAL," - ©MIJAC MUSIC (BMI). Composer Michael Jackson.
All Rights Administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. All rights reserved. Used by permission. "BAD," "BEAT IT," "BILLIE JEAN," "DIRTY DIANA," "SMOOTH CRIMINAL," performed by Michael Jackson, courtesy of Epic Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing. © 2012 Bally Technologies. All rights reserved. Images are for illustration only and are subject to change.
Back by Popular demand, Penny Lane features some of your old favorites! Located next to Rally Alley in Silver Star Hotel & Casino.
Dice is an exciting, fast-action game that often creates bursts of cheers throughout the casino. Although the game may look difficult, this page will help any player understand the different bets that can be made on the dice table.
One player, the "shooter," throws the dice. All wagers must be placed before the shooter throws the dice. You don't have to roll the dice to win at this game. The dice are passed around the table and you may continue to bet while the other players roll. The types of wagers that can be made are:
An even money bet. Bet $5, win $5. You win if the first roll (the come out roll) is either a 7 or 11 (a "natural”), and lose if the first roll is a 2, 3 or 12 ("craps"). Any other number rolled is called the "point." A puck is placed on the point number and that point must be thrown again to win. After the point has been established, 7 is a losing roll.
Don't Pass Line
The opposite of the pass line. If the first roll is a natural, you lose. If it comes up craps, you win (except for a 12). After the point is established, the dice must roll 7 before the rolling the point for you to win.
Once a point is established, you may make an additional bet on the odds that the point will be rolled before a 7. The payoffs on "odds" bets are different for each point: odds on 4 and 10 pay 2-to-1, odds on 5 and 9 pay 3-to-2, and odds on 6 and 8 pay 6-to-5. "Don't pass" or "don't come" odds are the opposite. You must lay the odds in order to win.
An even money bet with the same rules as the pass line. Come bets can be made any time after the point has been established. 7 and 11 wins; 2, 3 and 12 lose. Any number that comes up before the point must be rolled again for the come bet to win.
Don't Come Bets
The opposite of come bets. 2 and 3 win (12 is a push); 7 or 11 lose. When any other number is thrown, the dice must roll a 7 before rolling that number for you to win.
After the point has been established, you can then make a place bet one any number. When you do this, you're betting that number will be rolled before a 7 is rolled. Place bets pay different odds depending on the number: 4 and 10 pay 9-to-5; 5 and 9 pay 7-to-5; and 6 and 8 pay 7-to-6.
A field bet is a one-roll wager. A 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 wins even money. A 2 wins 2-to-1. A 12 wins 3-to-1.
Proposition bets can be made on any one roll of the dice. You make this bet by throwing your bet to the stickperson (the dealer controlling the dice) in the center of the table.
Hard way wagers bet that a given pair will be rolled before a 7 or a "soft" version of that pair's total. (Ex. 2 and 2 = a hard 4, whereas 3 and 1 = a soft 4). Hard 4 and 10 pay 7-to-1; hard 6 and 8 pay 9-to-1.
A Roulette table layout might be the most complicated looking in the casino, but the game is actually one of the easiest to play.
Blackjack is a one-on-one game between the player and the dealer. The dealer distributes two cards to each player and two cards to himself, one face up. The object of the game is to draw cards that total 21 or as near to that as possible without going over (which is called a "bust"). Cards totaling more than 21 constitute an automatic losing hand.
Face cards count as 10. Aces can count as either 1 or 11. All other cards count as their face value. If you are dealt an ace and a ten-count card as your original hand, you have blackjack and will be paid at the rate of one-and-a-half to one. If the dealer also has blackjack, it's a standoff (or "push") and nobody wins or loses.
There are two ways to bet on Mini-Baccarat, the Player's Hands, or the Banker's Hand. Each hand is dealt two cards, the player's hand first, then the banker's. The highest hand in Mini-Baccarat is 9. In terms of determining the score, tens and face cards are worth zero, aces are worth one, and all other cards are worth their face value. The rules for additional cards to each hand after the initial two are as follows:
Having Means that:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 The player draws a card
6 or 7 The player must stand
8 or 9 (a "natural") The player stands and the banker may not draw
Having Draws when player Does not draw when
takes a third card player takes a
3 1-10 8
4 2-7 1, 8, 9, 10
5 4-7 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10
6 6-7 1-10
8-9 Natural (Player may not draw)
Face cards and 10s do not count. If player takes no card, banker must draw 0-5; stands on 6-9. If banker's hand shows 0-2, banker must draw.
1) Bet ANTE to play against dealer; or
2) Bet PAIRPLUS to pay hand value; or
3) Bet both.
Stakes may differ on PAIRPLUS and ANTE.
Player and dealer are each dealt a three-card poker hand.
A) Bet play exactly equal to ANTE; or
B) Discard and surrender ANTE.
Plays with Queen high or better hand.
Against Dealer Payouts
A) If dealer does not play open, ANTE winds even money;
B) If dealer opens play and player's hand beats dealer, PLAY and ANTE both win even money.
ANTE BONUS Win Extra Payouts
The following hands are always paid extra BONUS on ANTE as BONUS does not play against dealer.
PAIRPLUS Win Payouts
The following hands are always paid on PAIRPLUS as PAIRPLUS does not play against dealer.
Winning PAIRPLUS hand must always bet PLAY if also playing against the dealer. Ace is high except in a 3-2-Ace sequence.
A roll of the dice. A pull of the handle. The flip of a card. The bounce of a ball. In the exciting and fast-paced world of gaming, these simple acts can mean the difference between winning and losing. But when your bank account, your mortgage or your life rides on the outcome, your gambling has gotten out of hand.
Do you have a problem with gambling? Look at the following list. If you, or someone you know, meet at least five of these ten criteria established by the American Psychiatric Association then a gambling addiction may be indicated.
Get the help you need now! If at least five of these characteristics fit you or someone you care about, we urge you to call this toll-free number: 1-800-522-4700.
You'll be referred to someone in your area that can provide help for problem gambling.
All inquiries will be handled with compassion and confidentiality.
At Pearl River Resort, we care about you. We hope your experience with us is an entertaining one. But, if the game begins to get out of hand, we want you to know that help is available.