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In Blackjack, also known as Twenty-One, a player plays his or her hand only against the dealer's hand and the object of the game is to get your hand to total 21 without going over.

Cards 2 through 10 are worth their face value, Jacks, Queens and Kings are known as face cards and are worth 10. Aces may be valued as 1 or 11.

If neither the player nor the dealer has 21 then the hand closest to 21 without going over, or busting, wins

If your hand matches the dealer's hand, your hand will be a push and you'll get your money back.

A natural 21 is known as Blackjack and is obtained by getting any face card in combination with an Ace. The Blackjack beats any other 21 and pays 3/2.

BLACK JACK OPTIONS

Hit
You're asking the dealer to give you another card. You may hit as many times as you like without going over 21.

Stand
You're satisfied with your cards and you want to stay with what you've got.

Double Down
You want to double your bet for a one-card hit. After you've received this card, you may not hit again.

Split
This allows you to divide a pair of like cards into two different hands. Depending upon which table you're on, you may re-split should you receive another like card. Also, on some tables you may double down after receiving a second card to your split hands. Generally, split Aces automatically receive only a second card and no further options will be presented.

Surrender
You want to forfeit your hand because you feel that the dealer will beat you (e.g. you've got 15 and the dealer is showing an Ace or a 10). By surrendering, you only lose half your bet. You must surrender when holding two cards. After a hit, this option will not be available.

Payouts
Any winning hand pays 1 to 1
Blackjack pays 3 to 2

  1. Lay fittings and frame poles out on the ground and assemble the rafters and spreaders
  2. Fit all pieces together (do not attach the legs yet)
  3. Pull the cover over the frame
  4. Lift one side of the frame and install the two legs, go to the other side and lift it and install the other two legs
  5. Drive the anchor pins into the ground at the four corners at least one foot outside of the legs and on a slight angle away from the tent
  6. Buckle the straps that hold the cover to the frame and tie the anchor ropes to the anchor pins in the ground
  7. Attach walls if required

HINT: All poles have coloured markings and require two sections of the same colour to be placed together.

 

10’ x 10’ Parts List:
8 – 3’ 4” poles
6 – 4’ 10” poles
4 – 5’ 3” poles
6 – Fittings
6 – Pins

There are 18 pieces in the long bag.
The fittings and pins are in the smaller bag.
The cover and walls (when requested) are in the mid-sized bag.

 

10’ x 20’ Parts List:
12 – 3’ 4” poles
12 – 4’ 10½” poles
6 – 4’ 7” poles
9 – Fittings
6 – Pins

There are 30 Pieces in the long bag.
The fittings and pins are in the smaller bag.
The cover and walls (when requested) are in the mid-sized bag.

Chafing Dishes are a great way to keep your food warm for hours.
NOTE: Use only the proper canned fuel when operating

Tips:

  1. Place chafing dish in the location where you are serving the food
  2. Fill large water pan with hot water
  3. Light both cans of fuel while placed below the chafing dish
  4. Place food pan inside the water pan
  5. Maintain water level in pan to prevent burning
  6. To keep food warmer longer, replace lid after each serving is taken
  7. Sterno fuel will last 2 – 2 ½ hours
  8. You may use the food pans to cook in or you can place it in the oven prior to placing in the chafing dish so it will stay hot longer
  9. Prior to returning, please empty all food from the inserts

NOTE: The fountain must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock.

Beverage Fountains are designed to circulate clear beverages. Use of beverages with pulp, seeds, fruit, rinds, ect. Will restrict the flow of beverage and potentially clog the motor.

Operating Instructions:

  • Plug fountain in to grounded electrical outlet
  • Fill fountain with approximately 2 quartz of your choice of punch or champagne (be sure not to use punch with pulp as it will clog the motor and prevent fountain from working)
  • Turn switch at the bottom to on position and fountain will start to work (it takes about one minute for the punch to make its’ way to the top)
  • Be sure to keep punch at a level above the motor to ensure it doesn’t run dry
  • When finished empty contents of fountain and return to Tiffany Party Rentals on your scheduled date
  • DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN OR DISMANTLE FOUNTAIN IN ANY WAY

Helpful Hints:

  • To chill a beverage, use chunks of ice in the bowl, or ice cubes sealed in a plastic bag to prevent dilution of punch
  • Pre-cool beverage whenever possible
  • Carbonation will dissipate after 10 to 20 minutes of re-circulating in the fountain (add smaller quantities of the mixtures from time to time to maintain carbonation
  1. Always use coffee maker on a dry, level surface.
  2. With basket and stem removed, fill coffee maker with COLD water to desired measurement.
  3. Press stem into heating unit well in bottom of coffee maker, put basket on stem and fill with appropriate amount of coffee (see tables below). Be sure not to let grounds fall through stem.
  4. Put cover on coffee maker and plug into 120 volt AC grounded outlet only, turn switch to on.
  5. The coffee maker will stop perking automatically. Coffee is ready when light in base glows. Coffee will remain at serving temperature as long as it remains plugged in and switch is on.
  6. Before serving, use pot holder to remover stem and basket containing grounds. If this is not done, coffee will become bitter.
  7. For cup-on-saucer filling, press faucet handle down. For a continuous flow when filling a coffee server, lift handle straight up until it locks into open position.
  8. When coffee can no longer be seen in glass gauge, turn switch to off and unplug coffee maker.
  9. Please note: Coffee maker must cool down prior to making a second batch of coffee.

One or more laydown mats can be used. Bets are placed on any of the six designs.
When the wheel stops, the payoff is according to the position of the clapper. Remember always collect from the losing bets first, then pay the winners!

Crown & Anchor Wheel
If the clapper were as follows: crown, spade, diamond, then each of these would receive their money back i.e. they have doubled their money. If the clapper stops at 3 crowns, then the pay-off is three to one. i.e. The players with their bets on the crown would get their original money plus three times

Over & Under Wheel
This game is very simple to play and manage. When the clapper stops on the over or the under, then those in this position win an equivalent amount. i.e. They have doubled their money. If the clapper stops on the seven, the pay off is three to one i.e. they get their original money back plus three times

Racehorse Wheel
When the wheel stops, the clapper will point to the odds and the winning horse. The odds are the numbers on the outer edge of the wheel. For instance, if the clapper points to horse #4 and the odds are indicated by the clapper pointing at #5, all those who placed a bet in the #4 position will be paid off on a 5 to 1 basis. i.e. They will receive their original money back plus five times

Packing List

Quantity
Item
Replacement Cost
1
Canvas screen
$850.00 each
2
Four way fittings
$30.00 each
2
Elbow Fittings
$ 20.00 each
3
Tubing (crimped)
$ 16.00 each
4
Tubing (uncrimped)
$ 16.00 each
4
Stakes
$ 5.00 each
1
Right handed golf wedge
$ 30.00 each
1
Left handed golf wedge
$ 30.00 each
4
Velcro golf balls
$ 4.00 each
1
Chipping mat
$ 40.00 each
1
Storage case
$ 160.00 each

Safety Guidelines
Be sure that there is plenty of clearance between the player and the spectators. Remember that the risk always exists that the player could lose their grip on the golf club and send it flying backwards. The type of injuries which can result from being struck by a golf club in mid-swing can be severe. Prevent this from happening by assuring a safe distance between player and spectators.

If using the game outdoors, it is strongly suggested that you use the stakes provided on either side of the bottom supports. NEVER USE THE GAME IN STRONG WINDS OR LIGHTING. Use caution when setting up or taking down the game – the sections of tubing can come apart and fall down causing injury. Use only the Velcro golf balls included with the game.

Assembly Instructions
Select a level area to operate game with plenty of room to allow for a line to form and a safe distance between player and spectators. Assemble framework – note that the eight longer pieces of tubing are used to form the outer edges (2 per side), while the four shorter crimped pieces are used to create the base. Be sure to tighten down the fittings using the small bolts on them. Attach canvas to the framework using the Velcro straps. If using the game outdoors, it is strongly suggested that you use the stakes provided on either side of the bottom supports. Use sandbags on pavement
Never fold up canvas wet – Always allow to dry thoroughly first.

Fill n’ Chill Table

  • Assemble height adjusters in table starting at the centre and following the lettered labels
  • Make sure drain plug is in place
  • Place a small amount of cold water in the bottom of the table
  • Fill table with your beverages and/or food platters and bowls
  • Our ice over and around beverages and food
  • The table will hold up to 20 bags (75lbs) of ice, when using the height adjusters
  • It will fit approximately 132 cans or bottles of beverages
  • We have table skirting available for the fill n’ chill table

Large Galvanized Ice Tub

  • Holds 192 12oz. bottles
  • It will take up to approximately 25 bags (100lbs) of ice
  • Great for use outdoors
  • Put beverages in tub first, then fill with ice

Note: Pop at least two batches of corn each time

1. Plug into a grounded electrical outlet
2. Turn all switches to the ON position
3. Let the kettle heat for approximately 4 minutes
4. Add oil bar from pre-measured popcorn packages
5. Let oil melt then add the kernels
6. Leave doors open when popping
7. Dump corn when popping is 95% complete to prevent burning

On your Final Batch turn kettle heat switch to off as soon as corn starts popping. When popping is complete, turn off motor switch. Keep popcorn warm with light warmer.

Troubleshooting: If corn is not popping, ensure the kettle heat switch is on and the sprocket at the top of the kettle is engaged with the kettle motor.

Remember your rental fee includes cleaning – do not attempt to clean or dismantle the machine.

The Snow Cone Machine is simple to operate and a great attraction for any event!

NOTE: The machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock.

 

Tips:

  1. Start the motor and fill neck an inch from the top with ice pieces 3” x 4” or ice cubes. Hint: the larger the ice pieces, the better the snow.
  2. Push ice down against the blade with firm pressure using the arm of the machine. Hint: Do not force the handle. Too much pressure will cause coarse ice to form and too little will make it mushy.
  3. Do not put anything but ice in the neck of the machine to prevent damage.
  4. Keep fingers and long hair away from machine when motor is running or when machine is plugged in to prevent injury.
  5. When finished, empty the ice from the cavity of the machine and return to
    Tiffany Party Rentals by the scheduled date and time.

Opening and closing the speakers:

  • Open latches on top of unit
  • Lift speakers from the base with handle
  • Turn upside-down and place in top of base
  • Close side latches
  • Open speakers up completely until they snap into one another
  • Speaker grill must face forward & latches must be locked for system to work

Note:
The built-in CD player is shipped with an instructional CD inserted to help protect against damage. Please listen to the CD prior to operation for important care and use information. NOTE: to help protect the unit from damage, keep a disk in the CD player whenever it is being stored or transported

Causes of Feedback when using the microphone:

  • Microphone too close, pointing towards or in front of speaker
  • Volume setting is too loud for room
  • Sound reflecting off hard surfaces

Troubleshooting Feedback:

  • Point microphone in a different direction
  • Keep microphone away from the speaker
  • Place speaker in front of the microphone
  • Reduce the sound system volume levels

The portable sound system is equipped with a removable travel dolly that features wheels and a retractable handle. To eliminate possible vibration from affecting the performance of the unit, we recommend that you remove the travel dolly before operating the system. Be sure to return travel dolly with equipment after rental period.