10 Facts Most People Don’t Know About Blackjack

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (SHRT) is home to over 120 live-action table games. Players are invited to indulge in a relaxing, yet exhilarating game of blackjack dealt to you by one of our many friendly and helpful dealers. Check out these ten facts that most people don’t know about blackjack: A few scholars debate the true origin of Blackjack, however many believe Blackjack originated in French casinos

10 Hard Rock Employees Each Win $10,000

Seminole Hard Rock Tampa is celebrating 10 rockin’ years of success by thanking the Tampa Bay community and the employees of the casino. From March 2 to March 11, the property gave away $10,000 to 10 different employees. As you  can see from the reactions below, these hard-working employees were ecstatic. March 2 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 9 March 10 March

Behind the Velvet Rope: Fun Facts about Hard Rock

Table Games In 2013,  table games went through 456,727 decks of cards Slots In 2013, the casino had over 165,000+ jackpots Rise Kitchen & Bakery Within a month span the Rise Kitchen team will make, from scratch, 40 different soups for the 30,000+ average guests the restaurant sees every month The baristas and pastry kitchen team will bake and serve over 83,000 pastries in a calendar year with a variety of

Memorabilia Treasure Chest

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa is home to one of the largest music memorabilia sites in the world, showcasing over 1,000 iconic items. Overall, Hard Rock International is the world’s original curator of music memorabilia with the most far-reaching collection, including over 73,000+ pieces. Guests can view the entire catalogue of items at the Rock Wall inside the Hard Rock Cafe in the Seminole Hard Rock. The

Winner-Take-All Blackjack Tournament

You could almost hear the electricity in the air as the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa prepared for the biggest blackjack tournament in Seminole Gaming history. Team members spent weeks preparing to amaze and delight our invited guests; from the executives who planned the tournament, to the pastry chefs who spent hours toiling over a decedent dessert amenity for all players staying in our hotel. There was