Binion’s Las Vegas just debuted a new table game in its cowgirl party pit, Count’s Kustoms Blackjack.
In this game, a lucky blackjack player could take home a custom motorcycle from Count’s Kustoms.
Count’s Kustoms, of course, are best-known for reality TV shows like “Counting Cars” and “Pawn Stars.”
The Count’s Kustoms-built bike is a pretty sweet ride!
A new game on the Binion’s floor calls for some fancy new table felt, of course.
So, here’s more about Count’s Kustoms Blackjack.
Count’s Kustoms Blackjack is like regular blackjack, but with a special side bet. (The game pays 6-to-5, by the way. Consolation: Cowgirls.) The $5 side bet, placed before the cards are dealt, obviously, means if you get an ace in your first two cards, you win even money ($5 won for your $5 bet).
If you get a blackjack with the $5 side bet, that’s when things get very interesting.
Hit a blackjack and you get to spin a virtual wheel for cash prizes and a shot at the Count’s Kustoms motorcycle.
The virtual wheel has a variety of cash amounts, so you’re going to win a nice chunk of change.
The space you’re really going for is the Count’s Kustoms logo, though.
The new Count’s Kustoms Blackjack is easy to find at Binion’s, just look for the cowgirls. And the giant custom motorcycle. But mostly the cowgirls.
If you snag that Count’s Kustoms motorcycle, we’re up for riding along anytime!
Have fun and good luck! See you at Binion’s Las Vegas.
2 responses to “Count’s Kustoms Blackjack Debuts at Binion’s, Custom Motorcycle Up for Grabs”
Would absolutely love to win this bike! It would give my husband and I a chance to ride with my parents on their 36th and final ride across the country in October! My father was diagnosed with end stage Renal Failure in January and he has gotten significantly worse in such a short amount of time. My parents have made it his ultimate and final goal to hit the road this one last time before he has to say goodbye to his bike and the loves of his life; his wife and 3 daughters, myself included. For my husband and I to be able to join them on this final ride would be the ultimate in final farewells!
Cool. Seriously cool. Congratulations on getting Count’s involved.