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Now that you have all of the top casino games at your fingertips, you better make sure that you know the rules! Whether you have never played the game before and need a complete overview or have been out of practice for a while and are looking for a quick refresh course, you will find everything you need to know about your favorite games right here.

Stud Poker

This unique and popular form of online poker is even more exciting when you play for huge Progressive jackpots!

The Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker game at the Casino conforms to the standard Nevada Gaming Commission rules.

In Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker, it’s you against the dealer! The game is played on a table that resembles a Blackjack table. The table has marked places for your ‘ANTE’ bets and your Progressive Bets. Initial wagers – ‘ANTE’ are placed in the circles marked ‘ANTE’ and if you think your hand will beat the dealer’s hand you can place an additional bet that is double your ante bet. Prior to dealing cards, you can place Progressive bets on any hand you have placed an ‘ANTE’ bet on.

Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker is played using six 52-card decks that are shuffled after each hand is played. At this Casino there are 5 playing positions you can choose from and you can play up to 5 hands of Caribbean Stud Poker at the same time. Each hand played is a separate wager against the dealer.

After placing an ‘ANTE’ bet and optionally a progressive bet, each of the player’s hands is dealt five cards face up. The Dealer is also dealt five cards but only one card is face up. Based on the strength of your hand and on the value of the dealer’s face up card you must decide whether to increase your bet to maximize your winnings – ‘CALL’ or to minimize your losses – ‘FOLD’.

In Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker, no additional cards are dealt. The player and the dealer compare hands formed from their five cards.

The goal of the player is to beat the dealer’s poker hand. If the player places a progressive bet on the hand, the player wins the appropriate share of the progressive pot even if the dealer’s hand wins.

In Progressive Caribbean Stud Poker, the dealer’s hand must contain at least one ace and one king in order to qualify. If the dealer’s hand does not qualify, you receive 1 to 1 on your ante and your bet is returned to you without winnings.

If the dealer’s hand does qualify with a value of at least one ace and one king, the best hand wins. Your winning hand receives 1 to 1 on the ante plus the winnings on your bet calculated according to the winnings table.

If you fold you lose your ante whether or not the dealer qualifies.

If the dealer’s hand does not have a minimum poker combination of an ace-king the dealer fails to qualify. If this occurs the game is over. Your bet is returned to you together with double your ‘Ante’ regardless of the value of your cards.

If the dealer’s hand does qualify, it is compared to the your hand. If the dealer’s hand has a higher poker combination then the player’s hand, then you lose both your ‘Ante’ and your ‘Bet’.

If the dealer’s hand has a lower poker combination then the your hand, you win twice your ‘Ante’ and you are paid out on your ‘Bet’ according to the paytable.

If both the dealer’s and player’s hands tie, the party with the next highest-ranking card is the winner. If there is an absolute tie, the player gets all their money back.

You always win on your progressive bet, even if the dealer does not qualify.

Poker Hands Payout Progressive Payout
Royal Flush 1,000 to 1 100% of Jackpot
Straight Flush 200 to 1 10% of Jackpot
Four of a Kind 100 to 1 $500
Full House 15 to 1 $100
Flush 10 to 1 $50
Straight 4 to 1
Three of a Kind 3 to 1
Two Pairs 1 to 1
One Pair 1 to 1
Ace & King 1 to 1


A long standing tradition in European Casinos, this version of Roulette is fun and easy to play. The player simply places their bet with casino chips or special coloured roulette chips are used, you determine the value of the chips when you buy in. After the bets have been placed on the layout, the Dealer spins the ball’ if it lands where you have placed your chip(s), you win! The payoff is determined by how many numbers your chip has covered. Coloured roulette chips must be redeemed at the roulette table before you leave.

Inside Bets
Straight up – 35 to 1 (All numbers, zero and double zero)
Splits – 17 to 1 (Either of the tow numbers split)
Street – 11 to 1 (Any numbers on the line)
Corner – 8 to 1 (Any of the four numbers forming the corner)
Five Numbers – 6 to 1 (0, 00, 1,2 or 3)
Six Numbers – 5 to 1 (Any of the six numbers in the two rows bet)

Outside Bets
Column Bet – 2 to1 (Any of the 12 numbers in the column)
Dozen – 2 to1 (1 through 12, 13 through 24 or 25 through 36)
All outside bets lose when ball lands on 0 or 00

Online Blackjack

Blackjack is a very popular and fun casino game where the Players play against the Dealer. Wagers are placed on their betting positions on the table. When betting is completed, the Dealer gives each Player two cards face up. The Dealer also receives two cards; one face up and the other face down. The object is to have your cards equal or be as close to 21 as possible and beat the Dealer’s hand, without going over (busting).

All tens, Jacks, Queens and Kings are valued at ten. Aces count as either one or eleven. All other cards play at their face value. If you receive an Ace and a ten, Jack, Queen or King as your first two cards, you have “blackjack” and win one and a half times your bet. If the Dealer also has Blackjack, it is a standoff and no one wins, the Players bet is returned.
If after the first two cards are dealt and the total of your cards is less than 21, the Player can draw as many cards as needed to get to 21 without going over. Once the Player is satisfied with their hand total, the Player signals to “stand” and awaits the outcome of the dealers’ hand.

The Dealer must draw cards according to the following rule: Dealer will draw on 16 and stand on all 17’s. This rule simply means that the Dealer will take a card on anything less than 17. In the end, if your hand total is higher than that of the Dealer, you win! If the Dealers’ hand exceeds 21 and your hand is lower, you win.

Blackjack Terms
Doubling Down
If on the first two cards, you feel you can win with only one more card, you may place a wager up to the amount of your original beside your bet. This indicates to the dealer that you are doubling down and you only get one more card.

Splitting Pairs
An option you have with two original cards of the same value (4’s 8s etc.). You can split the two cards and play each hand individually. You must bet the same amount as your original wager on the split hand. If your next card is of equal value to the first pair, you may split again. This may be done to a total of four hands except for Aces. Aces receive only one card and may be split only once. You may also “double down” on the first two cards of each hand after the split, except when splitting Aces.

If the Dealer’s “up card” is an Ace, you may take insurance, which is a bet up to one-half of your original wager. Basically, you’re getting that the Dealer has a ten-value card in the “hole” (Dealers face down card) making Blackjack. All winning insurance wagers pay 2 to1.

A standoff between you and the Dealer. Neither hand wins.

Video Poker

Video Poker is an exciting blend of traditional Poker and slot machines.

Simplicity and great payout potential draw people to online Video Poker games. Playing Video Poker at online casinos can be not only a thrilling experience, but a highly rewarding one too!

In Video Poker games, the dealer (the machine) deals the player a hand of five cards. When cards are turned face up the player decides which cards to hold (keep) or discard. Then the player draws to replace any discarded cards.

The objective is to finish the game with the strongest hand possible. The payout at the end of the game is dependent on the value of the hand the player is holding, and the size of the wager.

The PAYTABLES consist of a payout column and a payout row. The payout column(s) show the number of coins bet and the payout values. The payout row(s) show the poker hand and the payout values for each hand combination. The payout column is highlighted automatically. If you win, the winning row on the PAYTABLE is highlighted.

When playing any Video Poker game, decide on the coin size that you wish to play with by clicking on the COIN buttons. Then decide how many coins you wish to bet by clicking on the column on the paytable.

After the first deal, any viable cards in your first hand are automatically held and highlighted for you.

Choose the cards that can potentially give you the highest payout.

Draw your next hand of cards. The cards you have not held will be removed and replaced with fresh cards from the deck.

If you win you can COLLECT your winnings. If you want to try and win even more, press the DOUBLE button. The cards will be removed from the screen and a further five cards will replace them. You must choose a card and if it has a rank greater than that of the dealer’s card, you will win an amount double that of your original payout.

You will then be given the chance to double your payout even further or to collect your winnings.

Once you have collected your winnings you can begin another hand of Video Poker by pressing the DEAL button again.

The payout at the end of the game is based on the card combination you are holding and the size of your wager.

Online Slots

The one-armed bandits of your favorite land-based casinos are available online – in tons of exciting variations. The basic game is the same, too, in that you’re simply trying to match symbols on a payline or multiple paylines.

There are numerous types of slot games available online, from 3-Reels to 5-Reels to Progressives and more! Individual paylines and symbols vary between different games, but the basic objective is to align the same symbol across all rows of a given reel or reels. Most online slot games pay out only the most lucrative winning reel, and many have reduced payouts for a reduced number of matching symbols.

Here’s how you play slots online:
Decide on the coin size that you wish to play with by clicking on the COIN buttons.
Decide how many coins you wish to bet by clicking on the BET ONE or BET MAX buttons.
Use the BET MAX button if you want to wager the maximum number of coins for the slot machine on the next spin. The BET MAX button allows you to win on all pay-lines available for that game.
Press SPIN to start the game.


The game begins with the shooter’s (Player throwing the dice) first roll, also known as the come out roll. If the result of this roll is a 7 or 11, the Player wins. The Player loses if a 2, 3, or 12 (also known as crap numbers) are thrown, If a Player throws any number other than a 7, 11, or crap, on the Come Out Roll, then a point (number) is established. Once a point is established, the shooter wins if they roll that number again before throwing a 7. There are a variety of bets a Player can make during a series of rolls.

Listed below are the most common Craps wagers:

Pass Line
This wager wins even money if a 7 or 11 are rolled on the Come Out Roll or if the shooter rolls the established point before rolling a 7.

Don’t Pass Line
This wager is the opposite of the Pass Line. You win one a 2 & 3, and lose on a 7 or 11. If a 12 is rolled, the wager on the “don’t pass” is a tie. After the point is established, the wager wins if a 7 is rolled and loses if the point is rolled again.

Come Bet
This even-money wager can be made at any time after the Come Out Roll and is the same as the Pass Line.

Don’t Come Bet
This even-money wager that can be made t any time after the Come Out Roll and is the same as the Don’t Pass Line.

Field Bet
A Field Bet is a one-roll wager that can be placed at any time. The outcome of the following roll determines whether this wager wins or loses. The wager is an even-money win if a 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 is rolled. If a 2 or 12 is thrown, the bet wins double.

Odds Bet
Odds Bet is an additional wager made on an existing Pass, Don’t Pass, Come or Don’t Come bet. Odds bets allow the Player to be paid at the true odds of that number being rolled. These wagers can be made only after a point has been made.

Hard Ways
Hard Ways is a wager that a 4, 6, 8, or 10 will be rolled in their “Hard Form” (two 2’s, two 4’s, etc.), before a 7 r any other combination of that number is rolled (example, soft 8=5 & 3). The Hard Ways pays odds of 9 to 1 for a hard 8 or 6, and 7 to1 if a 2, 3 or 12 are rolled.

Place Bets
Place Bets is a bet on the 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10. These bets are winners if the number is rolled before a 7.

Any Seven
Any Seven is a one-roll bet that can be made at any time. The wager is a winner if a 7 is rolled and pays odds of 4 to 1.

Any Craps
Any Craps is a one-roll bet that can be made at any time. The Player wins odds of 7 to 1 if a 2, 3, or 12 are rolled.

Eleven is a one-roll bet that pays odds of 15 o 1 if an eleven is rolled.

Online Baccarat

Baccarat is played on a large table usually seating 12 people. An interactive and exciting game, Baccarat played “Asian Style”, has the house dealing the cards and Players turning them over.

The game of Mini-Baccarat originates from it’s larger and older predecessor Baccarat. The game is played on a Blackjack sized table with up to 7 Players and unlike Baccarat, Players do not touch the cards. The drawing rules of Mini-Baccarat are the same as Baccarat.

The object of Baccarat is to bet on which hand will have the highest value. The highest hand in Baccarat is 9 and the lowest 0. Tens, Jacks, Queens and Kings are counted a s zero, an Ace counts as one, and all the other cards count as their face value, When totaling the cards on each hand, only the right hand number of the total figure is used to determine the hands’ value. For example, 7+8, instead of 15, would value 5.

Playing the Game
Bets are placed, then a total of four cards are dealt, the first and third are the Players’ hand and the second and fourth are the Bankers’ hand. Once the initial cards are dealt and exposed, the Dealer announces the totals for each hand and additional cards are then drawn in accordance with the Third Card Rules.

You have three betting options in Baccarat. You can bet that the Player’s hand will win, that the Bankers hand will win, or that both hands will tie. If you win with a bet on either the Bankers or the Players hand, your bet will be paid even money.

If you win with a bet on the Bankers hand you will be charged a 5% commission on your winnings. If both hands tie, neither hand wins or loses, but if you have a wager on the tie, you win 8 to 1!

Casino War

Try the Casino version of this fun and easy game. It’s very similar the game you played at home and just as exciting!

Place your wager in the betting area. The dealer will deal each player a card. If your card is higher than the Dealer’s, you win! Winning pays even money 1 to 1.

If your card and the Dealer’s card match, you are ‘At War’!
You now have two options:

Option 1
To continue or go to War, place your ‘War’ wager, which must match your original bet, directly on your dealt card. The Dealer will then deal you a second card, and themselves a second card. If your card is higher than the Dealer’s, you win 2 to 1 on your ‘War” wager. If you tie the dealer while at ‘War’, you still win, at a rate of 3 to 1 on your ‘War’ wager.

Option 2
If you don’t want to go to ‘War’, Players can stop their game by not placing a matching ‘War’ wager on their card. Instead, the Player forfeits 1 to 2 their original bet and waits until the next round to play again.

Tie Bet
In casino war, Players have the option of a side bet that is placed in the tie bet area on the table prior to Players receiving cards. If you bet on the tie wager and you and the Dealer tie, in rank only, you win 10 to 1! Minimum tie wager is $1.00 to a maximum of 10% of the table maximum