Live Casino Today
Roulette is commonly acknowledged as originating in France. After its origins probably around Paris it migrated to America where it became a firm favourite in the casinos of Las Vegas. The gaming act of 1961 legalised the opening of public casinos in the UK. Roulette with all its glitz and glamour was imported from the USA. Roulette is still as popular today. Live roulette can be a combination of French and American roulette.
Since its onset live casino has been growing in popularity as the new way to gamble on the internet. Live casinos such as Supercasino and Jackpot247 have their own TV channels. If you check Channel 5, ITV and SKY you will see TV shows dedicated to live roulette.
Live blackjack is the same as authentic blackjack. It is also commonly known as Twenty One or Pontoon. The object of the game is simple, get as close to twenty one as possible with as few cards as possible. In a live blackjack scenario you will be competing against the banker, possibly with other blackjack players. If your score beats the banker they have to payout the equivalent of what you bet.
The roulette table consists of a roulette wheel and a cloth known as the layout. The layout matches the type of roulette wheel being used. There are two types of roulette table layouts. One for single zero tables and another for double zero ones.
Live casino in the form of live roulette has become a big part of our evening TV schedule. If you check ITV or Channel 5 at different times of the week you will see programs dedicated to live roulette. Many of these programs feature a live presenter hosting the game. Jackpot247 and Supercasino broadcast on ITV and Channel 5 respectively