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roulette

Roulette

The idea is to bet on where on the fun casino roulette wheel the ball will land. There are many options your fun casino croupier on the night will give you a little more instruction as you require it, but here's an idea of the odds:

- 1 number straight 35-1
- 2 numbers split 17-1
- 3 number street 11-1
- 4 number square 8-1
- 6 number line 5-1
- 1-12 or 13-24 or 25-36 2-1
- 12 number column 2-1
- Even or odd 1-1
- Red or black 1-1

If your bet comes up, you will receive your stakes paid from the above odds plus your original stake money!
 
blackjack

Blackjack

Players sit around the semi-circular fun casino table facing the dealer. The object of the game is for players to hold a hand that is higher than that of the dealer up to a maximum of 21. A player, whose cards exceed 21, looses that hand.

To bet, players place their stakes before the boxes in front of them, the dealer then deals a card face up to each player and one to himself. A second card is then dealt, but not to the dealer. If a player is satisfied with his or her hand, he/she can 'stay'. If dissatisfied, he/she may say 'card' and be dealt extra cards. Once the players are all satisfied with their hands the dealer will then deal himself a second hand, he must draw another card if he has 16 or less, and may stand with 17 or more. Cards are worth face value, picture cards are worth ten; ace can be worth one or eleven, player’s choice.

Blackjack is a 2 card hand with an ace and a card worth 10 this beats all other hands.
 
dice (craps)

Dice (Craps)

  • The player rolling the dice is referred to as the shooter.
  • Each player places a bet on the numbers that may or may not come up. This must be done before the dice is rolled.
  • Prior to the dice first being rolled, players make pass line bets.
  • The shooter's first roll of the dice is referred to as the come out roll.
  • If the come out roll is 7 or 11, then these bets are instant winners.
  • If the come out roll is 2, 3 or 12, then these bets are instant losers.
  • The remaining numbers (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) are referred to as the point.
  • If the shooter rolls the point, then they must continue rolling until the point or the number 7 come up again.
  • If the point comes up before the 7, then all pass line bets win.
  • If the 7 comes up before the point, then all pass line bets lose.
     
casino stud poker

Casino Stud Poker

Casino stud poker varies from normal poker as you are only playing against one person: the Dealer. There may be other players at the table, but you do not need to worry about their hands.

The casino version is set up to be really easy. You start by placing your ante in the box provided. The Dealer will now deal 5 cards to all players face down, including himself. He will then turn his last card face up for everyone to see.

You may now pick up your cards and decide your best course of action.

There are only two choices you can make. You may either “Fold” your hand or lose your ante, or you may "Raise" you bet by placing exactly double your ante in the raise box.

Now that all players have made their bets or "Folded", the Dealer will reveal the rest of his cards. If the Dealer does not have an Ace & King or better in his hand then he will pay even money on all ante bets left, but he will not pay any raise bets.

If the Dealer does have an Ace & King or better then he will turn over all the players hands and compare them to his. If he has beaten a hand then the ante and raise bets of that hand are lost. If he has the same hand then a "Stand Off" results and the ante and raise bets are left on the table. If the Dealer has lost, then he will pay even money on the ante, and will use the following pay structure to pay the raise bet.
 
texas hold’em

Texas Hold’Em


Texas holdem is a very easy game to learn and you'll get a hang of the basics in five minutes. And that's when the fun starts. To play Texas holdem is a constant learning process - it doesn't matter if you've played the game a week or years - you can always learn new things. This is what makes the game so fascinating.

Texas holdem is a community card game, which means that some of the cards are shared among all players. Each player gets two cards that are combined with a total of five community cards. The object is to create the best possible five card poker hand.

The deal
The two players situated to the left of the dealer posts the small and the big blind (forced bets). Each player is dealt two cards (hole cards) face down. This is followed by the first betting round which starts with the player to the left of the big blind.

Betting rounds
In a betting round a player can choose to call (match a previous bet), raise (increase a previous bet), check (it's like calling a bet of zero and can only be done if no one has opened the betting yet) or fold. A betting round is over when all remaining players have contributed an equal amount to the pot.

Flop, turn, river
The first round of betting is followed by the flop - three community cards are placed face up on the board. This is followed by a second betting round. It starts with the first player to the left of the dealer who can choose to either check, bet (or fold). The betting round is over when all remaining players have contributed an equal amount to the pot.

Then a fourth card, the turn is placed face up on the board, followed by another round of betting. Then the fifth and final card, called the river, is dealt face up, followed by a last betting round and the showdown.

Showdown
The player that placed the last bet shows the cards first and the rest of the hands are showed clockwise. A player can choose to use one, two or none (play the board) of his/her hole cards and combine them with the five community cards on the board. The object in Texas holdem is to make the best possible five card poker hand. The player with the best hand wins the pot and if two or more players have the same five card hand the pot is split. (Suits don't count.) After the showdown the dealer button is moved clockwise and a new hand is dealt.

These are the basics of Texas holdem and they can be learnt in a few minutes. All you need now is to read up on some basic strategy and you'll be ready to play.
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