In order to place a bet on the table games all that is required is to left click on the chip or chips that you wish to wager and the colored chip will move onto the table. Click on another chip if more than one chip is desired for the bet. You will then see the chips on the table begin to stack, with the different colored chips easily distinguished from one another. To reduce the bet already on the table, simply right click on the chip to remove it from the table.
Battle Royale is similar to the children's card game of War. One card will be dealt to the player face up and then one card will be dealt to the dealer. Whoever has the higher card wins. This will continue unless there is a tie between the dealer and the player. At this point the player will be prompted to surrender or continue. If the player chooses to surrender, he loses his bet and a new hand is dealt. If the player decides to battle he doubles his bet and cards are dealt out one by one to the player and then to the dealer. If the dealer wins, the house gets the player's entire wager, while if the player wins he only receives his initial wager. If there is a second tie within the battle, then the player will get paid out at 7 to 1.
Red Dog is a game played with a 52-card deck and uses only 3 cards at a time. The object of the game is to bet on what the third card is going to be. The dealer will deal out 2 cards, one on the left and one on the right. In order for the player to win, the third card's rank must come between the other two cards' rank. So if the two cards are a 5 and a Jack, a winning hand would consist of a card between a 6 and a 10. The closer the two cards are in rank the higher the pay out. Before the player sees the third card, he has the option of doubling his bet by clicking on the raise button. A push happens when the first two cards dealt are either consecutive or are a pair. If the third card dealt makes three of a kind then the player is paid out at 11 to 1.
The object of Baccarat is to hold 2 or 3 cards, which count 9, or as nearly 9 as possible. The values of the cards are: face cards and tens are 0; aces are 1; any other card is worth its face value. Unit of 10 points are disregarded so that 9+7 count as 6, not 16.
The dealer will deal out cards to both the player and dealer. Depending on the value the initial 2-card hands, a third card may be dealt to either one of the hands. Ultimately the winning hand will be the one closest to 9.
You have the choice of betting on either the player's hand or the dealer's hand. To place a bet you have to either click on the word "player" or on the word "dealer" and your bet will be placed on the table automatically.
To many people, Craps is their favorite casino game. It is fast, exciting and wild. It appears to be complicated at first but in actuality is it very simple. On the first roll (the come out role), the shooter is trying to establish a point with one of the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 ,10. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 the wager is paid off at even money. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or12 then the wager is lost. If the shooter rolls a point number, then it progresses to the next stage where the shooter has to roll the same number again before it hits 7.
To place a chip on the table, move the mouse pointer to that part of the table where you want to put the chip and press the left mouse button. This will put a chip on the table at your chosen position. There are several types of bets which can be placed on the craps table:
The Pass Bet
The Don't Pass Bet
The Come Bet
The Don't Come Bet
Any Seven It
pays 5 for 1 (4 to 1) if a 7 is made in the next throw.
This table game is played with one deck. The player has two ways of making money from this stud game. The first is similar to other table games. The player places an ante on the space provided on the table. The dealer will deal a hand of five cards to the player and a hand of five cards to himself. The final card dealt to the dealer is dealt face up so that the player can see the value of the card. At this point the player can see all five of their cards and one of the dealers. Now the player can make the descion to fold or bet. If the player chooses to fold, the hand and ante is surendered to the dealer and a new hand begins. If the player chooses to bet, and therefore compares their hand to the dealer's hand, the player has to place the bet on the table. The bet has to be twice the value of the ante, no more, no less.
The dealer will then show the player his cards. The dealer qualifies for play if his hand is ranked with an Ace, King or higher. If the dealer doesn’t have a qualifying hand and the player has bet, then the dealer pushes the player's bet and ante back plus the amount of the ante, as winnings. If the dealer has a qualifying hand and the player beats the dealer, the player wins an equal value to his ante and the bet is paid out at odds to the value of the player’s hand.
The Progressive (a five-card hand that is a flush or better)
The second game that is going on inside the regular one is the progressive game. This game is an optional side game added the regular table game. This game is implemented and resolved every hand. The player makes the decision to play the progressive at the beginning of each hand. Then the benefits for getting a progressive hand are only valid if the player paid for the progressive at the beginning of that hand. The payout rates for progressive hands are fixed for the most part; when the player gets a straight flush, the progressive payout is 10% of the pot. If the player gets a royal flush, the payout is 100% of the pot.
Free Ride is a relatively new game which is similar to Let it Ride and based on Poker. The object of the game IS to get a pair of 10's or higher. There is an ante to start the game ranging from $5-$100. You are dealt 5 cards, 3 will be face up and 2 will be face down. With the 3 that are face up, you will have the option of doubling your wager. You can select "BET" or "PASS". If you select "BET," you will double the wager and if you select "PASS," you won't. The dealer will then flip one of the cards. You, again, will have the option to "BET" or "PASS," either, just keeping your ante, doubling, or tripling your wager.
The Progressive (a five-card hand that is a flush or better)
The second game that is going on inside the regular one is the progressive game. This game is an optional side game added the regular table game. This game is implemented and resolved every hand. The player makes the decision to play the progressive at the beginning of each hand. Then the benefits for getting a progressive hand are only valid if the player paid for the progressive at the beginning of that hand. The pay out rates for progressive hands are fixed for the most part; when the player gets a straight flush the progressive payout is 10% of the pot. If the player gets a royal flush, the payout is 100% of the pot.
Note: A maximum pay out of $50,000 will be paid out per individual hand of Free Ride.