Sample Schedule
(Based on a 8pm Casino start)

Below is an example of how an All In Casino Event comes together! 

1:00 – 5:00

We arrive at the host facility and set-up all games, equipment and decorations. The games are made ready by banking them with mock paper money and/or chips. The Cashier’s Cage is funded with enough paper money for your group and the casino is ready for action.

If volunteers are provided – usually 1 hour before the casino starts

We completely train your volunteers to deal blackjack, run the wheel of fortune or work the cash cage. We provide the pit boss and all other dealers. Your volunteer dealers will have a great time as a “casino employees” during the evening!

6:00 – 8:00

This time is often used for dinner, cocktails or special meetings. Many times they will request that one of our staff give a brief warm-up speech at the end of this session and distribute the money packets to the guest right at their tables.

8:00 – 10:00

It’s game time! The casino opens! Each guest collects his packet or packets of mock money at the cashier’s cage (if the money was not distributed at the end of the meal or during the warm-up session) and enters the casino area. Players then try their hand at different casino games throughout the evening.

Cash Out
10:00 – 10:30

Your guests will then exchange their money and vouchers at the cash cage or one of the gaming tables for raffle tickets.

Drawing or Auction

Drawing: Your guests gather around the prize table for an exciting drawing. This is an exciting ending to a great night. Your guests will use their raffle tickets to win prizes. You can use our brass drum or put a drawing box out for each prize. We can provide you with ideas and suggestions for your prize table.

Auction: All players cash out at the end of the event and receive a total cash marker. The guests use this marker to bid on prizes.


During the drawing or auction, we quietly break down all equipment. We leave the area where the casino event was held as we found it. We are especially careful to not mare or use nails to damage the wall coverings.