In this game, the dealer deals two cards at the start of each round (not to be shown) and there are five cards face-up on the table. Each player then uses their two cards (or one or none of those cards) in combination with five face-up cards to make the best possible hand. The player with the best hand wins the round.
In this game, you have a wheel that features red and black slots that have the numbers from 1 to 36, and one slot in green with 0 as the number. The dealer spins the wheel to reveal the winning number. If you have bet on that number or on a group of numbers that contain it, then you’ll get a payout.
Teenpatti is an Indian origin card game. The objective of this game is to make the best 3 card hand as per the hand ranking and to maximize the pot (prize pool) before the showdown for you to win. A standard 52-card pack (without the jokers) is used in this game.
Baccarat is an immensely popular casino card game. The goal of this game is to bet on the winning side. The three bets in Baccarat are the Banker’s bet, the Player’s Bet, and the Tie bet.
The objective of the game is to have your cards totalling 21 or as close to 21 without going over 21. Everyone plays against the dealer (the house) who begins the game by dealing each player two cards and one card to the house.
In this game, a player and dealer are dealt one card each and if your card is of a higher rank, you win. If the dealer’s card is higher, the dealer wins.
Seven Up Seven Down is a simple dice game, two 6 sided dice are rolled and the results are totalled up. You can bet on the total being over 7, under 7 or exactly seven.
3 Card Poker is an American version of a British game called “Brag”. This game originated over three hundred years ago as a game known as Primera — a fast-moving betting game using only three cards and played against the house.
The 5 Card Poker game is similar to stud poker - with the exception that a player can buy/exchange 1 or 2 cards, but only once.
Mini Flush is an Indian version of 3 Card Poker.
Mang Patta or Andar Bahar or Katti is an Indian card game played with a single deck. Before the betting starts, the dealer shuffles cuts the deck and exposes one card as ‘Joker’. There are two betting sides which are named ‘Andar’ and ‘Bahar’. You must correctly guess which side the ‘Joker’ card will come to win the bet.
The Money Wheel is divided into 52 sections, with each section represented by a symbol or a number. The objective of the game is to select one or more sections and place your bets on the corresponding area on the layout. You will notice each symbol pays out different odds, this is due to the number of times each appears on the wheel.
Casino Hold'em is a house game designed to be dealt by a dealer for players to play in the main casino. Players play against the house and not each other in this variant. Subject to the dealer qualifying, it is a straight contest between the dealer's hand and the player's hand. The player may also get paid an AnteWin Bonus on his Ante bet. The player also has the option to place an AA Bonus side bet which is based on the poker value of his two personal cards and the first three flop cards.
Sic Bo uses three dice to produce results. Players bet on a table layout full of betting options. Once bets are made, the dealer places the 3 dice in the roll box, gives them a good shake to produce the results.
Dragon Tiger is a fast action game that’s highly popular among Asian players. The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards with no jokers or wildcards. It is played with 6 or 8 decks in a shoe. Players may choose to bet either on Dragon or Tiger and the dealer will draw one card each to both sides. The highest card determines the result irrespective of the suit. Aces are ranked the lowest, while the rest of the cards follow their natural value with the King having the highest value. To put it simply, Dragon Tiger follows the Baccarat betting system, with the basics of Casino War.
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