Online Casino Games

 A typical selection of online casino games offered at an online casino might include:

Baccarat

Pronounced “bah-ca-rah”, Baccarat is known as the most glamorous of all the casino games. Of course however, the advent of online casinos has changed the face of Baccarat. Baccarat used to be a game with high betting however now you can play Baccarat with low bets. While some online casinos like to stick to the tradition of high betting minimums, other casinos allow you to play Baccarat with low minimums. But, what exactly IS Baccarat?

Baccarat is a table game which can play host to a lot of players. Usually up to 15 people can participate in a game of Baccarat. Here is what a baccarat table looks like:

For all its glamour, Baccarat is one of the simplest forms of casino games. It’s one of those games where you can ultimately do no wrong – there’s no real form of Baccarat strategy or anything.

There is also no complicated form of Baccarat betting. It’s simple: the dealer will deal out two hands. Both hands are face down, and each contains two cards. You have three choices when it comes to betting: you can bet on hand #1 to beat hand #2, hand #2 to beat hand #1, or both hands to tie.

Blackjack

Blackjack, also known as twenty-one (21) is one of the most popular casino games around the world and now it becomes one of the best online casino games with almost no house edge. Blackjack is relatively easy to play and understand plus it can be played on low limits. 

Basic rules are fairly straightforward, but there are several variations depending on where you play, and the strategy for winning varies depending on the player. Because Aces can be counted as either a one or an eleven, it is the most versatile card in the deck. Face cards are worth ten. If a player is dealt a twenty-one on his first two cards, it is called blackjack and it wins the hand automatically. If a player is dealt doubles – a pair of eights, for example – that player may choose to split, or play two separate hands, one on each of the cards. If a player runs over twenty-one, he busts. Once the player is dealt his original two cards, he can choose to either hit – or be dealt a new card – or stand on the value he already has, depending on his strategy for winning the hand. 

In most casinos, blackjack players play against the dealer only, rather than against the dealer and each other. The dealer must hit on soft 17 – in other words, the dealer’s hand shows a total of 17 with one of the cards being an ace counted as a value of 11. Typically a dealer will stand on a hard 17, but the blackjack dealer must hit if the value of his hand is less than 17. If the dealer draws blackjack, all players lose their hand except for players who have also drawn a blackjack. These players push, or sit on their money until the next hand is dealt.

Craps/Dice

If you’re new to the game of craps, you may be wondering how it all works. While there are numerous betting options that differ in the advantage they offer to the house, the basic mechanics of craps are actually surprisingly simple. Players take turns rolling the dice. The player who rolls is known as the “shooter.” As the shooter prepares to roll, all players around the table have the option of placing bets on various outcomes. They can wager on a specific number to be rolled or not rolled, or they might even try to predict the two numbers that will turn up on the dice. Once the bets have been made, the shooter tosses the dice down the craps table so that they strike the back wall. If this roll (known as the “come out roll”) is a 7 or 11, then the shooter wins and another round begins. If he rolls a 2, 3, or 12 on the come out roll, then he loses and a new round begins. If the number is anything else, then the number rolled becomes the “point.” From then on, the shooter is trying to roll the point on the dice before a 7. Once either has happened, a new round of shooting begins, and the shooter may choose to pass the dice to someone else. Betting may occur during all phases of the game.


Roulette

Players, usually up to eight, play against the House represented by the croupier also called the dealer, who spins the roulette wheel and handles the wagers and payouts. In the European roulette and French roulette version, the wheel has 37 slots representing 36 numbers and one zero. In the USA most roulette wheels have two zeros and therefore 38 slots. Each player buys-in a different coloured chips so their bets don't get mixed up. At the end of play, if you won, you exchange back the coloured chips with cash chips. These are special chips with the value amount imprinted on them. There are several denominations in various colours. You then take these chips to the cash desk where they will give you actual cash money in exchange. 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. Also the bets on the outside of the layout win if the winning number is represented.


Online slot games


Online poker


Keno
Bingo


 
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