To play roulette, you place your bet or bets on numbers (any number including the zero) in the table layout or on the outside, and when everybody at the table had a chance to place their bets, the croupier starts the spin and launches the ball. Just a few moments before the ball is about to drop over the slots, the croupier says 'no more bets'. From that moment no one is allowed to place - or change - their bets until the ball drops on a slot. Only after the croupier places the dolly on the winning number on the roulette table and clears all the losing bets you can then start placing your new bets while the croupier pays the winners. The winners are those bets that are on or around the number that comes up.
The objective of Blackjack is for a Player to come as close to 21 without going over, while still having a higher total than the Dealer. Prior to receiving any cards, the Player must place a wager. Once the wager is made, the Player is dealt two cards face up. The Dealer is also dealt two cards. If the total value of the Player's cards is closer to 21 than the Dealer, the Player wins as much as was wagered. The Player also wins if the Dealer goes over 21 and the Player has not busted.
To understand craps the first thing you need to learn is that it is a game of rounds. The first roll is called the "come out" roll. Sometimes the outcome of a round will be determined on the come out roll. A 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll immediately ends a round. If any other total is rolled (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) that number is called the point. The dealer will place a white puck (white circle which can be either "on" or "off") on an area of the table to designate which point is "on". If a point is rolled, the dice will be rolled continuously until the same point is rolled again or a 7 is rolled, which ends the round and all bets that are still outstanding, lose. When that happens, the point comes off and new round starts.
Three Card Poker brings together the strategy of poker with the excitement of jackpot style bonuses. In Three Card Poker, a multi-hand variation of poker, you can play up to three hands against the dealer's hand. Beat the dealer and you'll win big. Play Pair Plus, get a pair or better and win even more!
Let ‘Em Ride is a variation of poker, except that the Player plays against the house and does not compete against the Dealer or other Players. Let ’Em Ride is dealt from a single deck of 52 cards.
The Player is dealt three cards face up and two cards are dealt face down in front of the dealer – these are community cards that are used to complete the player’s hand. The objective of the game is to get any winning poker hand consisting of a pair of 10’s or higher, using all five cards.
After placing the Ante bet, the Player decides whether or not he wants to Raise the original bet (by the same amount as the original bet), or Continue without a Raise to the next round of play.
Once the Player decides to Raise or Continue, the Dealer’s first card will be shown. Now the Player has another opportunity to Raise or Continue. If he decides to Raise, the bet will again increase by the original bet amount. After the Player Raises or Continues, the Dealer’s last card is shown.
After the Dealer’s last card is shown, the Player’s hand is evaluated as a normal poker hand, combining the Player’s three cards and the Dealer’s two cards.