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Roulette
On a roulette layout there are 36 numbers and a 0. The croupier spins the ball that will land on one of the numbers.
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Blackjack
The aim of the player is to achieve a hand which totals nearer to 21 than the dealer’s hand, but without exceeding 21.
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3 Card Stud Poker
Three Card Poker has two modes of play. Ante and Play wagers play in competition on the player's hand against dealer's hand.
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Caribbean Stud Poker
Five Card Poker has two modes of play. Ante and Play wagers play in competition on the player's hand against dealer's hand.
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Blackjack
 
Blackjack The aim of the player is to achieve a hand which totals nearer to 21 than the dealer’s hand, but without exceeding 21.

Decks of cards are mixed together in ‘a shoe’ in order to speed up the game and to make card counting more difficult, usually 6-8 decks. Card counting is a technique used to gain an advantage over the casino by keeping track of the different value cards remaining in play, like in the film ‘21’. Have you got a photographic memory??

The players play against the dealer. Each player has a box in front of them where cards are placed and bets are made. Important rules are printed on the table such as, ‘’Blackjack pays 3 to 2’’ and ‘’Dealer must draw on 16 and stand on all 17’s.

There is always a minimum and maximum bet for the table. The maximum bet is normally ten to twenty times the minimum bet. Each player decides how much to bet on their hand before the cards are dealt.

Each hand will result in one of the following outcomes for the player;

Win – Even money. I.e. if you bet £5 you win £5 from the dealer and you keep your original bet.

Blackjack (natural) – The player wins 1.5 times the bet. I.e. a bet of £10, you keep your £10 and win a further £15 from the dealer.

Push – The hand is a draw, player keeps their bet.

Cards 2 -10 have their face value. Jack, Queen and King are worth 10 and an Ace is worth 1 or 11.

At the start of the game, the players receive two cards face up and the dealer receives one card face up. The best blackjack hand is an opening hand of an ace and any ten point card, this is called a ‘blackjack’ or natural 21. The player will automatically win unless the dealer also has a blackjack. If both the player and dealer have blackjack the result is a push (you keep your bet), other players without a blackjack will lose.

When the cards have been dealt, the game continues with each player taking their turn from the dealers left. First, the player must declare if they want to take advantage of side rules such as ‘double’, ‘insurance’ or ‘split’.

The player can stand or take more cards from the deck (hit), until the player is satisfied that the hand is strong enough to compete against the dealer’s hand and stands, or until it goes over 21, in which case the player will lose (bust).

When all players have finished their actions, the dealer then draws their cards. If the dealer has a 21 (blackjack) with two cards, no more cards are taken. All players lose, except those who also have a blackjack; this will be a ‘push’.

If the dealer does not have 21, he/she will take more cards or stand depending on the value of the hand. The dealer’s action is completely dictated by the rules. The dealer must draw a card if the value of the hand is lower than 17, otherwise the dealer will stand.

If the dealer goes bust, all remaining players win otherwise, players with a higher hand than the dealer win, while players with lower totals than the dealer lose. A blackjack hand beats any other hand as well as those with a total value of 21 but with more cards and pays a bonus amount.

Side Rules

Doubling Down If you feel sure your hand will beat the dealer’s, you can double your original bet. When you have chosen to double down you will only get one more card.

Insurance When the dealer’s first card is an ace, each player has the opportunity to bet on whether the dealer has a blackjack or not. This must be done before any other player actions. The insurance payout equals the original bet and is used to cancel out the likely loss of this bet. A winning insurance bet will be paid at odds of 2:1.

Splitting When you get two starting cards of the same face value, you have the option to split the hand in two. You place another bet of the smear valu as the original bet and continue to play with two hands. When you decide to split a hand, the dealer deals a second card to each hand. If you are dealt another pair, you can split the hand again. Once you have split the pair(s) each of your hands will be treated separately and you will take cards to your first hand until you stand or bust, and then carry on with your next hand.

 
 
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