Texas Hold'em Poker
The game begins with each player being dealt two cards, face down. The dealer then places five community cards - the flop (a series of three cards), and the turn and river (two additional single cards). Players can check, bet or fold after each deal.
The dealer begins the game by spinning the ball. Those playing must correctly guess the segment that the ball will end up in. Players can place their bets till the ball slows down and the dealer announces ‘no more bets’. The number and the colour of the slot the ball falls in is the winning number and winning colour.
Indian Flush (Teen Patti)
Indian Flush or Teen Patti begins with the players placing a minimum stake in the pot. Every player is dealt with three cards, after which they bet on who has the best three card hand. The game ends when all except one player have folded, or all except two players have folded and one of them pays for a show.
The aim of Baccarat is to bet that either the banker’s side or the player’s side will achieve a ‘point total’ of his or her hand closest to 9. A bet is placed either on the section marked ‘player’, ‘banker’ or ‘tie’. The hand that contains the higher ‘point total’ is the winner.
In Blackjack, players must aim to have cards that total 21, or as close to 21 as possible without going over. The players place their bets and receive two cards. To win, players must get a card total higher than the dealer's hand without going over 21. The dealer can lose to some players but still beat other players in the same round.
The easiest of all casino games, those wanting to play the Slots simply need to spin the reels and cross their fingers! Hitting the jackpot or a landing on a winning combination depends purely on luck. Players can choose between three Slot Machine types - the multiplier, the buy-a-pay and the progressive.
3-Card Draw Poker
The American version of ‘Brag’, this game begins with the dealer giving each player, including him or herself, 3 cards dealt face down. Players can choose to fold or bet after seeing their cards. Those who fold, forfeit their ante wager. Those who raise must make an additional play bet. The player with the higher hand wins.
Five-Card Draw Poker is played with a 52-card deck. The players place an ante bet with the option of playing for a jackpot bonus. Each player receives five cards face down. The dealer gets 5 cards, with 1 card facing up. Players can fold or raise after seeing their hand. Whoever has the higher hand wins.
The Indian version of 3-Card Poker, the aim of this game is to beat the dealer’s hand. The dealer gives the player and him or herself 3 cards each, dealt face down. Players can choose to examine their cards, after which they either fight against the dealer's card or forfeit. The hand that is higher than the dealer’s hand wins.
Similar to War, this game is played by flipping cards. The game begins with the players placing their bets. The dealer then turns over two cards, one for each player and one for him or herself. If a player’s card is higher than the dealer’s, the player wins. If the two cards tie, the player can surrender or go to war.