Live three card poker is a relatively new game, invented in 1994 it is a faster version of the regular five card poker. There are two modes of play involving ante and pair plus Wagers. The ante wager is against the dealer's hand whilst the pair plus wager is against a scale of possible poker hands.
Three Cards Each
Three cards dealt to each player, the dealer's cards are dealt face down. If the player started the hand with an ante bet they now have to raise and place a play bet.
Queen or Higher
To enter the game the dealer needs to have a Queen or higher in their face down cards. If the dealer cannot enter the player wins even money on the ante bet.
Dealer in Play
If the dealer enters and the player wins the player wins even on both the ante and play bets. If the dealer wins the player loses all.
Caribbean stud like Three Card Poker is a game where you compete only with a dealer, not other players. It also differs from holdem as there is no flop.
At the start of the game an ante bet is placed by each player. After this they are dealt five cards. These five cards are your hand. Based on these five cards you decide to raise or fold
Ace or King
If you raise you need to raise twice the amount of your ante bet. After the bets are placed and if the dealer has at least an Ace or a King the players scores are totalled.
If the player beats the dealer the player wins even on the ante bet.If however the dealer's hand does not contain at least a King or Ace the player is returned even winnings on their ante bet and the initial play bet is returned in full.
Live roulette has become one of the most popular live casino games, it plays exactly like it would in a real casino.
Play against a live dealer, use your wits with an element of chance to see how much you can win.
If you are feeling lucky try live baccarat, a true game of chance, can you get your cards to add up to nine.
Compete against other players in a game also known as Pontoon, score 21 with as little cards as possible.
Live Casino Craps is played with a large deep table with steep curved walls. This is to allow two dice to be rolled across the table.
Prior to throwing players have to bet on either the Pass or Don't Pass line. These types of bets are similar to the backing or laying of a horse.
The Come-out roll is when the shooter rolls two dice if the sum of these two dice is not 2,3,7,11 or 12 what is called a point is established.
If the come-out roll is a 7 or 11 bets on the Pass line win and the next shooter on the table takes their turn.
If a 2, 3 or 12 is rolled in the come-out roll an event called 'craps' or 'crapping out' occurs.
When this happens anyone betting on the Pass line loses, for those betting on the Don't Pass Line there is either a win or a tie if the number 12 is the total of the two dice.