Casino Game Guides
It's never wise to jump into a casino game without at least knowing the rules, never mind strategy, tips and odds of winning, or losing! We've compiled a collection of guides to our favorite casino games.
The standard casino games like blackjack, craps and roulette all have their own rules, strategies and odds. Some games may share similar traits like the advantage of skill in blackjack and poker. You may be an expert poker player but don't go near that craps table, unless you know what you are doing. This is where Fat Tony comes in. Read on and learn.
Gambling establishments offer many choices of casino games including variations on many games. If there is something you haven't tried before, don't be afraid to try something new. You may find you have a knack for it, increase your bankroll or just plain have fun!
Casino Game Guides:
Blackjack is one of the oldest and most popular casino games there is.
If you've been to a casino before you've probably noticed the loud crowd around the craps table.
Roulette (American and European)
Roulette is one of the oldest casino games originating in France in the 1600s.
Baccarat, also known as Punto Banco, is usually played in a separate area from other casino games.
Poker originated in the American west in the 1800s.
Slot machines, also known as one-arm bandits, have been a popular form of gambling since the early 1900s.
Keno is similar to Lotteries and has its origins in China.
Casino War is one of the simplest card games you'll find in a casino.
Caribbean Stud Poker
Caribbean Stud Poker is a variation of Five Card Stud poker played on a table similar to a blackjack table.
This is a variation of blackjack that allows a player to trade their cards for two new ones.
Red Dog Poker
Red Dog Poker is a variation of Ace-Deuce or In Between.
Let It Ride
Let It Ride is another poker variation …
Seven Card Stud Poker
Seven Card Stud poker is similar to Hold'em poker …
If you've seen the World Series of Poker or the World Poker Tour on TV than you may already be familiar with Texas Hold'em Poker.
Omaha Poker is similar to Hold'em poker using five community cards.
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker is a Chinese variation of poker using one joker.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is another poker variation where the players compete against the dealer rather than themselves.
Sic Bo has been played in Asian countries for many years …
If the traditional casino table games are not your thing and if you find live poker a little intimidating, then you might like video poker.