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How to play Roulette
Roulette is quite a simple game. Two of the main variants are the French Roulette and American Roulette, where the main difference lays on the wheel design, the French Roulette has 36 numbers and a ‘0’, while on the American Roulette there is the addition of a ‘00’, having so 38 numbers in total. Now it’s time to place your bet before the dealer spin the ball. Roulette bets are split between ‘Inside bets’ and ‘Outside bets’.
• Straight up - betting on one number pays 35 to 1 • Split - betting on two numbers pays 17 to 1 • Street - betting on three numbers pays 11 to 1 • Corner - betting on four numbers pays 8 to 1 • Six line - betting on 6 numbers pays 5 to 1 • For American roulette there is a bet which covers "0,00,1,2,3" and pays 6:1, and the Row 00 bet which covers 0 and 00 and pays 17:1.
• Color - betting red or black pays 1 to 1. • Even or Odd - pays 1 to 1. • Column - betting on 12 numbers pays 2 to 1 • Dozen - betting no. 1 to 12,13 to 24 or 25 to 36 pays 2 to 1 • High (1 to 18) or Low (19 to 36) - pay 1 to 1.
How to play Blackjack
Blackjack is a card game that has more players than any other casino game. It’s a game of luck, but it is also a strategy game. The goal is to beat the dealer with a combination of cards without exceeding over 21. Let’s have a look at cards values:
• Numbered cards - The number is the value of the card. • Face cards - The value of face cards is 10. • Ace - Either 1 or 11. It is counted as 11 unless it would exceed your overall score over 21 (bust), in which case it counts as 1 and it is called "soft" hand.
Once the first to cards are dealt from the dealer, you have 2 main options. ‘Hit’ and get another card to improve your score (you can hit until you bust) or ‘Stand’ and keep your cards and related score.
You also have few extra options in certain hands:
• Taking insurance - This is only available when the dealer is showing an ace. You place a new bet that will then pay at 2-1 if the dealer ends having a blackjack. You lose your original bet but win the insurance, resulting in breaking even. • Double Down - You double your bet and get only one more card without the chance to request for more cards. • Split - When both of your cards are the same value, you can decide to split them by matching your original bet and make two different hands in which you can hit or stand.
What is the House Rule? The dealer MUST hit until reaches 17 or greater. In some variants the dealer will hit a "soft 17" (any 6 and an ace).
How to play Baccarat
Baccarat (or Punto Banco) is a simple card game in the sense that, unlikely from Blackjack, you only need to place your bets without having to decide whether to get more cards or stand.
The game of Baccarat has three possible outcomes: Player win, Banker win, and Tie.
‘Banker’ does not strictly refer to the House; you have the option to bet on either the player or bankers hand or decide to go for a Tie. The highest score that can be achieved is 9.
Tens and face cards all are worth zero points; all other cards are worth their face value, the ace is worth one point. If a total is more than 10, the second digit is the value of the hand. For example, a 9 and a 6, which total 15, make up a 5 point hand.
Two cards are dealt to both the Player and the Banker.
If in the first two cards dealt, the point total is 8 or 9 for either the Player or the Banker, this is called a ‘natural win’ and the game is over without drawing more cards.
The Player stands on totals of 6 or 7. On any other total, 0-5, the Player draws a third card. the Banker draws with a hand total of 0-5 and stays pat with a hand total of 6 or 7.
All other hands are dependent on the third card the Player draws according to the table below:
The maximum number of cards either the Player or Banker can receive is 3. The hand closest to 9 wins. In the event of a Tie, neither hand wins nor loses.
Winning bets on the Player or Dealer pay at 2:1. Sometimes a commission is paid out of winnings when betting on the Banker's hand. A winning bet on Tie pays 9:1.