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Baccarat 

Baccarat is an exciting card/table game found in most casinos around the world. To begin, you have 3 selections on where to place your wager: bet the player’s hand will win; bet the banker’s hand will win; bet the game will result in a tie.Object

The winner is the hand with the point value closest to 9. In the event of a tie, any wagers placed on the player or the banker are returned. If you wager on a tie and the two hands result in a tie, your payoff is 8 to 1.

Rules     

To play, place your wager on the player’s hand, the bank’s hand, or on a tie. Once your wager is placed, click “DEAL”. The player and the banker are each dealt their two-card hand. According to standard baccarat rules outlined below [“Third Card Rules”], a third card may be dealt to the player and/or the banker.

Card Values

CARD VALUES:

Ace = one [1]

Face cards and 10’s = zero [0]

All other cards count as their numbered value; for example, the seven [7] of hearts has a value of 7

If the cards in either hand have a combined value of ten or more points, subtract ten. The remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. For example: 6+7=13, which counts as a 3 in baccarat; 9+9=18, which counts as 8. Face cards and 10’s count as 0, so for example 9+King=9.

Third Card Rules

The following baccarat rule charts govern when the player and/or the banker will automatically draw a third card:

PLAYER

VALUE OF FIRST TWO [2] CARDS:

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Draws a card

6, 7

Stands

8, 9

“Natural Hand”, no draw

BANKER

 

VALUE OF FIRST TWO [2] CARDS:

DRAWS WHEN THE PLAYERS THIRD [3] CARD IS:

DOES NOT DRAW WHEN THE PLAYERS THIRD [3] CARD IS:

0, 1, 2

Always draws a card

 

3

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9

8

4

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

0, 1, 8, 9

5

4, 5, 6, 7

0, 1, 2, 3, 8, 9

6

6, 7

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9

7

Always stands

 

8, 9

Player cannot draw

Player cannot draw

Betting and Limits

Select a chip value using the left mouse button. Then, with the left mouse button, click the area on the baccarat table where you wish to place your wager. If you wish to change your bet, click on the chips you have already placed on the table using your right mouse button to remove them, or click on “CLEAR” to remove all bets from the table.

Baccarat offers three separate betting ranges: $1 - 100, $5 - 500, and $25 - 1,000. Each of these three betting ranges has separate limits for the lone tie bet and the tie bet that is accompanied by a player or banker bet:

BETTING RANGE

$1 - 100

$5 - 500

$5 - 500 $25 - 1,000

 

Minimum bet

1

5

25

 

Maximum bet

100

500

1,000

 

Minimum lone tie bet

1

5

25

 

Minimum tie bet

1

1

5

 

Maximum tie bet

10

60

120

 

Winnings

Even money is paid on all winning wagers placed on the player or banker. However, if you win by betting on the banker, the bank receives a 5% commission. If you wager on a tie and the two hands result in a tie, your payoff is 8 to 1.

Game Buttons

 

DEAL:

When you have placed your wagers, this deals the cards

CLEAR:

Clears the table of bets

LAST BET:

Places the same bets as in your previous round

NEW GAME:

Starts a new round



Multi Spot Blackjack
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blackjack, as the player, you are always competing against the dealer. The main objective is to draw cards until your hand comes as close to 21 as you can, without going over. If your first two cards total 21, you have blackjack.Rules

If, at the end of the game, your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, you win the same amount as you wagered. If you have blackjack [your first two cards total 21], you win 3:2 the value of your wager, unless the dealer also has blackjack. In that case the game is a tie and your wager is returned.

Aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and all remaining cards count as their numbered values. If your hand total exceeds 21, you have “BUST” and you lose your wager. If, at the end of the game, your hand total is equal to the dealer's hand, the game is considered a tie ["PUSH"] and your wager is returned. Blackjack [first two cards total 21] beats a combined card score of 21.

Triple 7 Blackjack Bonus

If, during your play in blackjack, you receive three 7's of spades for a total result of 21, you have won the Triple 7 Bonus and your account will automatically be credited with a bonus of $5,000.00.

Rules for the Dealer

The dealer must adhere to certain guidelines when drawing cards ["HIT"] or staying with his current cards ["STAND"]. These guidelines state that the dealer must draw cards until he has at least 17, and must stand at 17 or higher. If the dealer gets 16, he must take another card. The dealer will not decide to hit or stay based on your hand, and must strictly abide by the dealer rules. As the player, your strategy should be based on what cards you have in your hand while taking into consideration what card the dealer has showing.

Split

If your first two cards are the same value, you may “SPLIT” them into two separate hands, placing a second wager of equal value. You then proceed to draw cards as usual. However, if you “SPLIT” two aces, you get only one additional card for each hand. If you “SPLIT” two aces and one of your hands totals 21, this is not considered blackjack, but 21.

Double Down

When you have been dealt two cards, and you think that your next card will put you in a position to beat the dealer's hand, you can select "DOUBLE". Your wager is then doubled, and you will receive only one additional card.

Insurance

Insurance adds a completely new aspect to blackjack; it gives you the opportunity to protect your wager if you believe that the dealer may have blackjack. If the dealer's first card is an ace, he is considered to have a fair chance of getting blackjack. In this case a window will pop up over your hand and offer you to purchase “INSURANCE – YES/NO”. If you believe that the dealer's down card is of value 10, you can buy insurance against dealer's blackjack at the value of half your initial bet. If the dealer does have blackjack, the insurance pays 2:1, corresponding to the amount of your initial wager. If you buy insurance and the dealer does not get blackjack, you lose your insurance wager. Your initial bet is then settled by comparing your cards with the dealer's. Should you and the dealer both have blackjack, the game results in a push.

Tips

Basic Advice and Blackjack Strategy

To understand the following tables remember an ace can count as either 1 or 11. *A "soft" hand is a hand, which contains an ace that counts as 11. Therefore, a "soft 17" is a hand that contains an ace and a 6. A player with an ace has the advantage of being able to change the ace's value to count as 1 after drawing another card. When a hand contains an ace that counts as 1, it is called a "hard hand".

Hit or Stand?

IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

HIT ON:

STAND ON:

3, 4, 5 or 6

11 and lower Soft 17 and lower

12 and higher Soft 18 and higher

7, 8, 9, 10 or Ace

16 and lower Soft 17 and lower

17 and higher Soft 18 and higher

Split?

IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

SPLIT:

2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7

2’s, 3’s, 8’s and Aces

8, 9, 10 or Ace

8’s and Aces

Double?

IF YOUR FIRST TWO [2] CARDS TOTAL:

DOUBLE IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

11

Anything except an Ace

10

Anything except a 10 or an Ace

9

2 to 8

7 or 8

3 to 6

The guidelines provided here are just outlines of a simple blackjack strategy. There are a variety of different ways to play and as most players become comfortable with blackjack, they develop their own strategies.

Betting

Select a chip value using the left mouse button. Then, with the left mouse button, click the spot on the blackjack table where you wish to place your wager. You can choose to place a wager in all three spots and play three hands at a time. If you wish to change your bet prior to clicking "DEAL", simply click on the chips you have already placed on the table using your right mouse button to remove them.

Betting Limits

Wagers in Blackjack are determined by the table limit you choose from the casino lobby.

HAND:

PAYS:

Winning Hand

1 to 1

Insurance

2 to 1

Blackjack

3 to 2

Three [3] – 7’s of Spades

$5,000.00

Game Buttons

 

DEAL:

When you have placed your bets, click to deal the cards

CLEAR:

Clears the table of bets

HIT:

Instructs the dealer to deal you another card

STAND:

Instructs the dealer that you will “stand” with your current hand

DOUBLE:

Double your wager and receive one additional card only

SPLIT:

Split your hand into 2 separate ones [see above for rules]

NEW GAME:

Starts a new game

LAST BET:

Places the same bets as in your previous game

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Craps

Craps is played with two dice by throwing the dice from one end of the table to the other. Payoffs are made based the number combination displayed when the dice come to rest.

How to play

Betting the Pass Line

A game in Craps begins with a "Come Out" roll. When the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the first throw (The Come-out roll) it is an automatic win. If 2, 3 or 12 rolls, it is called "craps" and you lose your Pass Line bet.

Any other number on our “Come Out” roll (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) becomes your "Point". Your “Point” will be marked with an “ON” marker. You win if you can roll the "Point" before you roll 7. You lose if 7 shows before you roll your "Point". Pass Line bets cannot be removed once the point is established. Place these bets in the area marked "Pass Line" on the table.

 

Payout Rate:

Even money (1:1)

Betting the Don't Pass Bar

This is the reverse of betting the "Pass Line" on the come out roll. You lose on a 7 or 11, and win if a 2 or 3 rolls (12 is a "standoff," no one wins). If the dice roll 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 it becomes your "Point". You win if you roll a 7 before your "Point" is repeated. You lose if your "Point" is made before rolling a 7. Place these bets in the area marked "Don't Pass Line" on the table.

 

Payout Rate:

Even money (1:1)

Come Bets

(Same principle as a Pass Line bet) "Come" bets is wagering with the dice, exactly as on the "Pass Line," except that "Come" bets are made any time after the "Come-out" roll. You win on "naturals" 7 or 11, and you lose on "craps" 2, 3 or 12. Any other number becomes your "come-point" (your chips move to the “come-point”), you win if your "come-point" is made before rolling a 7. You loose if 7 is rolled before your “come-point”. Place these bets in the area marked "Come" on the table.

 

Payout Rate:

Even money (1:1)

Don’t Come Bets

(Same principle as a Don't Pass Line bet) The reverse of betting the "Come." You lose if the next roll is a 7 or 11, and win on a 2 or 3 (12 is a "stand-off"). Here you will win if 7 rolls before your "Don't Come Point” is repeated, and lose if the "Don't Come Point" is made before a 7 is rolled. Place these bets in the area marked "Don’t Come Bar" on the table.

 

Payout Rate:

Even money (1:1)

Place Win Bets

You may make a "Place Win Bet" any time on any or all of the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. If the number you have "placed" rolls before a 7 you win. Payouts are at the following rates:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$9.00 for each five dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$7.00 for each five dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$7.00 for each six dollars wagered

*Any ‘Place Win’ bets placed before a ‘point’ has been established will be marked with an “OFF” marker. As soon as the ‘point has been made their chip value will display and the bet will become active.

Place Lose Bets

Similar to a “Place Win Bet” except you are paid if you roll a seven before the number you have "placed”. Payouts are at the following rates:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$5.00 for each eleven dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$5.00 for each eight dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$4.00 for each five dollars wagered

Buy Bets

A buy bet is the same as a place bet, but with a different payout rate. To distinguish the buy bet from a “COME” bet the wager is labeled with a “BUY” marker. “BUY” bets are usually made on the 4, 5, 6,8, 9 or 10. A buy bet wins if the number rolls before a 7. A 5% commission is charged on winning “BUY” bets. Payouts are at the following rates:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$2.00 for each one dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$3.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$6.00 for each five dollars wagered

Lay Bets

The opposite of a buy bet. A lay bet will be labeled with a “LAY” marker. Lay bets are usually made on the 4,5,6,8,9 or 10. A Lay bet wins when 7 roll before the number. A 5% commission is charged on winning “LAY” bets. Payouts are at the following rates:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$1.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$2.00 for each three dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$5.00 for each six dollars wagered

Pass Line Odds Bets

To place odds on your pass line bet, you must wait until a ‘point’ number has been established. There are different payoffs for each point. Unlike the original pass line bet, an unresolved pass line odds bet may be removed. Place a pass line odds bet by clicking on the craps table outside of the “PASS LINE” bar, under your original pass line bet.

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$2.00 for each one dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$3.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$6.00 for each five dollars wagered

Don’t Pass Line Odds Bets

Place a don’t pass line odds bet by clicking on the right side of your original bet in the “Don’t Pass Bar” on the 6x6 dice image.

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$1.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$2.00 for each three dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$5.00 for each six dollars wagered

Come and Don’t Come Odds Bets

Come and don’t come odds bets are placed beneath the Come and Don’t come bets, after they have been moved to the point’s box.

A winning come bet odds pays:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$2.00 for each one dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$3.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$6.00 for each five dollars wagered

A winning don’t come bet odds pays:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$1.00 for each two dollars wagered

Point: 5 or 9

$2.00 for each three dollars wagered

Point: 6 or 8

$5.00 for each six dollars wagered

Hardway bets

There are four Hardway bets: 4, 6, 8 and 10. To win on a Hard way bet, the dice must show a pair before the number "7" is rolled or any other combination of the Hard way number is rolled. For example, if you choose hard 6, the number must be rolled as 3 & 3, before any combination of a 6 (4/2; 5/1; 2/4; 1/5) is rolled.

Hard way bets pays as follows:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Point: 4 or 10

$7.00 for every $1.00 wager

Point: 6 or 8

$9.00 for every $1.00 wager

Proposition Bets

Proposition bets are all one-roll bets that are decided on the next roll of the dice. Proposition bets are located in the center of the table. Here is an explanation of these bets:

Horn Bets

Horn bets are won if the next roll is 2, 3, 11 or 12.

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

2 or 12

$30 for every $1.00 wagered

3 or 11

$15.00 for every $1.00 wagered

Craps & Eleven (C&E)

(Similar to the Horn bet). When betting on “C” or “E”, you'll win if the next roll is 2, 3, 11 or 12. Here are the payoffs:

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

Craps (2, 3, 12)

$7.00 for every $1.00 wager

Eleven (11)

$15.00 for every $1.00 wager

Field Bets

This is a one-roll bet that may be made on any roll. If 3, 4, 9, 10, or 11 rolls, you are paid at 1:1. If 2 or 12 is rolled you will win at a ratio of 2 to 1. If any other number rolls you lose. This bet is placed in the area marked "FIELD" on the table.

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

3, 4, 9, 10, or 11

$1.00 for every $1.00 wager

2 or 12

$2.00 for every $1.00 wager

Big 6 Big 8

You may place these bets at any time. You may place a wager on either 6, 8 or both, bets win if your selected number rolls before a 7. Place these bets on the areas marked “big 6” or “big 8”

Dice Roll

Payout Rate

6

$1.00 for every $1.00 wager

8

$1.00 for every $1.00 wager

Any 7 (Big Red)

You are betting that the next roll will be a 7. This bet pays $4.00 for every $1.00 wagered.

Any Craps

You win if one of the craps numbers 2, 3, or 12 is rolled in the next roll of the dice. This bet is placed in the area marked "ANY CRAPS" on the table. This bet pays $7.00 for every $1.00 wagered.

Craps Betting Limits

Our casino offers a limit for all levels of players. Below you will find the limits for each wager. While you play, you can simply look at our table limit signs for instant limit information. If at any time you exceed the table or bet limit, the dealer text will inform you of this.

Game Limit $1 to 100 $5 to 500 $25 to 1000
  MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX
Passline 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Passline Odds 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager 25 3x Wager
Don't Passline 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Don't Pass Odds 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager
Field 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Come Bets 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Come Bet Odds 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager
Don't Come Bets 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Don't Come Odds 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager 1 3x Wager
Place Bets 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Buy Bets 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Big 6 & 8 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Any 7 Bet 1 35 1 125 5 250
Any Craps 1 20 1 65 5 140
11 or 3 1 10 1 35 5 65
2 or 12 1 5 1 17 5 30
Hard 6 & 8 1 15 1 50 5 110
Hard 4 & 10 1 20 1 65 5 140
Lay 6 & 8 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Lay 5 & 9 1 100 5 500 25 1,000
Lay 4 & 10 1 100 5 500 25 1,000

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Progressive Keno

Keno is one of the oldest games still played in modern casinos. It is also a game that has undergone the least change over the years. The basic idea of Keno is to select 1 - 10 numbers from a pool of 80. Once you start the game, 20 numbers will be randomly selected as the winning numbers. You prize will be based on how many matching numbers you have selected.


 
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Video Poker

Video Poker is very popular game in casinos around the world. We have created 15 different versions of 1-Hand Video Poker, each with their own unique pay table. You can choose to play with a “COIN VALUE” of $0.05 to $5.00.
How to PlayVideo

The object of 1-Hand Video Poker is to obtain a five-card poker hand that contains at least the lowest combination on the pay table for the version you are playing. For this explanation we will use the version “Jacks or Better” to provide examples. *But remember all 15 pay tables are different. In the case of “Jacks or Better”, the lowest paying combination is a pair of Jacks or better.

To begin select the “COIN VALUE” you wish to wager: $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $0.50, $1, $2 or $5. Next select the number of coins you wish to bet on your hand by clicking the left mouse button over the “BET ONE” button up to five times. To reduce the numbers of coins continue clicking and the wager value lowers. If you wish to bet the maximum amount of coins (five) on your hand, simply click on “BET MAX” with your left mouse button. When you press “BET MAX”, your hand is automatically dealt. If you use the “BET ONE” button to select the number of coins you wish to wager, then you must use the “DEAL” button to start the game.

Once you are dealt your first cards, with the left mouse button, click on the cards you wish to hold, and you will see “HOLD” light up on the appropriate card. You can hold from 0 - 5 cards. When you have selected the cards you wish to “HOLD”, click on the “DRAW” button. Upon clicking “DRAW” you will receive new cards for all the cards that you did not select to hold.

The main idea is to better your initial hand by holding your best cards and hopefully drawing new cards that better your held cards. The pay table for the poker game you are playing will be displayed above your cards.

Jacks or Better Pay Table

Remember we have 15 different versions of 1-Hand Video Poker, each with a unique pay table.

  Coin Bet
  1 2 3 4 5
Royal Flush 250 500 750 1000 4000
Straight Flush 50 100 150 200 250
Four of a Kind 25 50 75 100 125
Full House 9 18 27 36 45
Flush 6 12 18 24 30
Straight 4 8 12 16 20
Three of a Kind 3 6 9 12 15
Two Pairs 2 4 6 8 10
Jacks or Better 1 2 3 4 5

Game Buttons

 
COIN VALUE - +: Increase or Decrease the coin value of your wager
BET ONE: Bet one coin on your hand
BET MAX: Bet 5 coins on your hand
DEAL: Deals the cards
DRAW: Draws additional cards

How to Play

To play, select 1-10 of your favorite numbers on the Keno screen, using the left mouse button. Upon selecting your numbers you will notice your selections become highlighted orange. If you wish to deselect a highlighted number, just left click on the number a second time. You can also have the computer randomly select 10 numbers for you by clicking the button marked “QUICK PICK”. ext you must decide your “COIN VALUE” from $0.05 up to $5.00. You do this by clicking the left mouse button over either “+” or “-” if you want to increase or decrease each coin’s value.

Finally, select how many coins you wish to wager in the next game, from a minimum of 1 coin to a maximum of 5 coins. You can increase the amount of coins up to a maximum of 5 by clicking the “BET ONE” button. To decrease the amount of coins click on the “BET ONE” button until the amount cycles down to the appropriate amount. To clear your selection, click on “CLEAR”.

Once you have chosen your ten numbers and selected the coin value and amount of coins, you are ready to start the game. To start, click with the left mouse button on “PLAY”. Once the game begins, 20 numbered balls will be randomly selected from a pool of balls ranging in number from 1 – 80. You will notice that any numbers you match are instantly highlighted yellow on the Keno screen and the balls will change color to yellow. Your prize will be based on the amount of numbers that you have matched.

Pay Table

You will notice that the pay table will change based on the amount of numbers that you select. The pay table will also change based on the amount of coins that are wagered in the game. Take note as you place your wager, how the pay table is affected.

Progressive Jackpot

To be eligible to win the progressive jackpot you must have a $1.00 coin value with 5 coins bet on the game. If you meet these requirements and match 10 numbers you win the corresponding progressive jackpot.

Game Buttons

 

CLEAR:

Deselects all numbers selected; you can also deselect numbers individually by clicking on them

COIN VALUE + - :

Allows you to increase or decrease the coin value of your wager

QUICK PICKS:

Selects ten numbers at random for you; press again to change numbers

BET ONE:

Click multiple times to increase the coin value for your wager

BET MAX:

Increases your wager value to 5 X

PLAY:

Releases the randomly selected balls

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Slots & Slot

The object of our 3-Reel 1-Line Slots is to obtain a winning combination by spinning the reels. You can bet from 1 to 3 coins. The
“COIN VALUE” may also be changed from as low as $0.05 to a maximum of $3.00. Your wager is placed on the central pay line.

Wins are recorded from the left side of the machine to the right. Winning totals vary depending on the symbols you have lined up. In the game, the “PAY TABLE” will be displayed at the top of the screen OR click on the button “PAY TABLE” to see the winning combinations.

How To Play   

First, select the “COIN VALUE” that you wish to wager on each spin: $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00 or $3.00. Next choose the number of coins that you wish to wager on your spin. Click on the “BET ONE” button until you have reached the desired amount or click “BET MAX” to wager the maximum number of coins and the reels will begin to spin automatically.

For example, if your coin value is $1.00 and you click on “BET ONE” three times, this means you are betting $1.00 on the pay line and your “WAGER” will show as $3.00. As a shortcut, if you click on “BET MAX”, this means you are betting $1.00 three times on the pay line and your “WAGER” will also show as $3.00.

All winnings will be credited immediately.

Progressive Games

You must choose your coin value when you are selecting the game you want to play; the coin value is listed in the drop down menu. The jackpots grow in size based on the wagers of all players. In order to win the progressive, you must be playing with “BET MAX”.

Game Buttons

 
PAY TABLE: Displays all winning spins
COIN VALUE - +: Increase or Decrease the coin value of your wager
BET ONE: Bet one of the selected coin value on the pay line
BET EIGHT: Bet on all 9 pay lines; click again to increase the number of coins bet per line
BET MAX: Bets 3 coins on the pay line
SPIN: Spins the reels


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Caribbean Poker

Rules

If, at the end of the game, your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, you win the same amount as you wagered. If you have blackjack [your first two cards total 21], you win 3:2 the value of your wager, unless the dealer also has blackjack. In that case the game is a tie and your wager is returned.

Aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and all remaining cards count as their numbered values. If your hand total exceeds 21, you have “BUST” and you lose your wager. If, at the end of the game, your hand total is equal to the dealer's hand, the game is considered a tie ["PUSH"] and your wager is returned. Blackjack [first two cards total 21] beats a combined card score of 21.

Triple 7 Blackjack Bonus

If, during your play in blackjack, you receive three 7's of spades for a total result of 21, you have won the Triple 7 Bonus and your account will automatically be credited with a bonus of $5,000.00.

Rules for the Dealer

The dealer must adhere to certain guidelines when drawing cards ["HIT"] or staying with his current cards ["STAND"]. These guidelines state that the dealer must draw cards until he has at least 17, and must stand at 17 or higher. If the dealer gets 16, he must take another card. The dealer will not decide to hit or stay based on your hand, and must strictly abide by the dealer rules. As the player, your strategy should be based on what cards you have in your hand while taking into consideration what card the dealer has showing.

Split

If your first two cards are the same value, you may “SPLIT” them into two separate hands, placing a second wager of equal value. You then proceed to draw cards as usual. However, if you “SPLIT” two aces, you get only one additional card for each hand. If you “SPLIT” two aces and one of your hands totals 21, this is not considered blackjack, but 21.

Double Down

When you have been dealt two cards, and you think that your next card will put you in a position to beat the dealer's hand, you can select "DOUBLE". Your wager is then doubled, and you will receive only one additional card.

Insurance

Insurance adds a completely new aspect to blackjack; it gives you the opportunity to protect your wager if you believe that the dealer may have blackjack. If the dealer's first card is an ace, he is considered to have a fair chance of getting blackjack. In this case a window will pop up over your hand and offer you to purchase “INSURANCE – YES/NO”. If you believe that the dealer's down card is of value 10, you can buy insurance against dealer's blackjack at the value of half your initial bet. If the dealer does have blackjack, the insurance pays 2:1, corresponding to the amount of your initial wager. If you buy insurance and the dealer does not get blackjack, you lose your insurance wager. Your initial bet is then settled by comparing your cards with the dealer's. Should you and the dealer both have blackjack, the game results in a push.

Tips

Basic Advice and Blackjack Strategy

To understand the following tables remember an ace can count as either 1 or 11. *A "soft" hand is a hand, which contains an ace that counts as 11. Therefore, a "soft 17" is a hand that contains an ace and a 6. A player with an ace has the advantage of being able to change the ace's value to count as 1 after drawing another card. When a hand contains an ace that counts as 1, it is called a "hard hand".

Hit or Stand?

IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

HIT ON:

STAND ON:

3, 4, 5 or 6

11 and lower Soft 17 and lower

12 and higher Soft 18 and higher

7, 8, 9, 10 or Ace

16 and lower Soft 17 and lower

17 and higher Soft 18 and higher

Split?

IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

SPLIT:

2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7

2’s, 3’s, 8’s and Aces

8, 9, 10 or Ace

8’s and Aces

Double?

IF YOUR FIRST TWO [2] CARDS TOTAL:

DOUBLE IF THE DEALERS OPEN CARD IS:

11

Anything except an Ace

10

Anything except a 10 or an Ace

9

2 to 8

7 or 8

3 to 6

The guidelines provided here are just outlines of a simple blackjack strategy. There are a variety of different ways to play and as most players become comfortable with blackjack, they develop their own strategies.

Betting

Select a chip value using the left mouse button. Then, with the left mouse button, click the spot on the blackjack table where you wish to place your wager. You can choose to place a wager in all three spots and play three hands at a time. If you wish to change your bet prior to clicking "DEAL", simply click on the chips you have already placed on the table using your right mouse button to remove them.

Betting Limits

Wagers in Blackjack are determined by the table limit you choose from the casino lobby.

HAND: PAYS:
Winning Hand 1 to 1
Insurance 2 to 1
Blackjack 3 to 2
Three [3] – 7’s of Spades $5,000.00

Game Buttons

 
DEAL: When you have placed your bets, click to deal the cards
CLEAR: Clears the table of bets
HIT: Instructs the dealer to deal you another card
STAND: Instructs the dealer that you will “stand” with your current hand
DOUBLE: Double your wager and receive one additional card only
SPLIT: Split your hand into 2 separate ones [see above for rules]
NEW GAME: Starts a new game
LAST BET: Places the same bets as in your previous game

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American Roulette

The “hollow” of the American Roulette wheel consists of thirty-eight pockets, each with its own number. The numbers on the pockets are 1-36, 0 and 00. The wheel alternates pairs of odd numbers with pairs of even numbers. The numbers also alternate between black and red. Both the 0 and 00 slots are green.

Wagers in American Roulette are placed on the table in any of the marked boxes. You will find a variety of different boxes and winning combinations on the table. This is called the table layout. You can place wagers on many different areas of the table layout at the same time. (All possible bets are outlined below with their corresponding payouts.)

The wheel determines the game's outcome. While the wheel is spinning, the ball is spun round the wheel in the opposite direction the wheel is spinning. Once wagers are placed and the game begins, the ball will spin around the wheel until it loses speed and finally comes to rest in one of the numbered slots within the hollow. The number of the slot where the ball rests is the winning number for that game.

Possible Bets and Table Limits

The possible bets, and the minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on the table limit you select from the casino lobby.

Name

Description

Pays

$1 - $100

$5 - $500

$25 - $1,000

MIN

MAX

MIN

MAX

MIN

MAX

Straight Bet

Bet on a single number

35:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Split Bet

Bet on two [2] adjacent numbers

17:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Street Bet

Bet on any three [3] numbers on a horizontal line

11:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Three Bet

Bet on 0/1/2, 0/00/2 or 00/2/3

11:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Corner Bet

Bet on a block of four [4] numbers

8:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Five Bet

Bet on 0/00/1/2/3

6:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Line Bet

Bet on six [6] numbers (two [2] adjacent rows)

5:1

1

100

5

100

25

100

Column Bet

Bet on one [1] of three [3] vertical columns

2:1

1

50

5

250

25

500

Dozen Bet

Bet on twelve [12] numbers (low, middle or high)

2:1

1

50

5

250

25

500

Even Money Bet

Bet on even/odd, red/black or low/high

1:1

1

100

5

500

25

1,000

Selecting Your Wager

Left click on a chip of the desired value to select it. Then left click on any bet area on the table to place your bet there. Additional left clicks on the selected area will add chips of the same value. Right clicking on the selected area will remove one chip of the selected value. You may place chips in a number of different area at the same time.

Game Buttons

 

SPIN:

Spins the wheel

LAST BET:

Places the same bets as in your previous round

CLEAR BETS:

Clears the table of bets

NEW GAME:

Starts a new round

 

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The object of our 3-Reel 1-Line Slots is to obtain a winning combination by spinning the reels. You can bet from 1 to 3 coins. The
“COIN VALUE” may also be changed from as low as $0.05 to a maximum of $3.00. Your wager is placed on the central pay line. Wins are recorded from the left side of the machine to the right.
Winning totals vary depending on the symbols you have lined up. In the game, the “PAY TABLE” will be displayed at the top of the screen OR click on the button “PAY TABLE” to see the winning combinations.

How To Play

First, select the “COIN VALUE” that you wish to wager on each spin: $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00 or $3.00. Next choose the number of coins that you wish to wager on your spin. Click on the “BET ONE” button until you have reached the desired amount or click “BET MAX” to wager the maximum number of coins and the reels will begin to spin automatically.

For example, if your coin value is $1.00 and you click on “BET ONE” three times, this means you are betting $1.00 on the pay line and your “WAGER” will show as $3.00. As a shortcut, if you click on “BET MAX”, this means you are betting $1.00 three times on the pay line and your “WAGER” will also show as $3.00.

All winnings will be credited immediately.

Progressive Games

You must choose your coin value when you are selecting the game you want to play; the coin value is listed in the drop down menu. The jackpots grow in size based on the wagers of all players. In order to win the progressive, you must be playing with “BET MAX”.

Game Buttons    

 

PAY TABLE:

Displays all winning spins

COIN VALUE - +:

Increase or Decrease the coin value of your wager

BET ONE:

Bet one of the selected coin value on the pay line

BET EIGHT:

Bet on all 9 pay lines; click again to increase the number of coins bet per line

BET MAX:

Bets 3 coins on the pay line

SPIN:

Spins the reels



 
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