Roulette is the most famous & glamorous of casino games and no fun casino night would be complete without a Roulette table. Place a bet on a single number, odds 35 to 1, split two numbers, odds 17 to 1 or play the even chance bets, black, red, even, odd etc.
Change your Fun money at the Roulette table and your croupier will give you colour chips, everyone will usually have different coloured chips, this helps you quickly identify whether you are one of the winners.
Place your bets on the layout, the croupier will spin the wheel & give three announcements so you & your guests are aware when to start & stop placing bets.
Place your bets please
(If you have not already started placing your chips, start now)
(Get ready to stop placing your bets; you have around 5 seconds to )
No, more bets, thank you
(You now stop placing bets & wait to see if you are a lucky winner)
When the ball drops into the winning number it will be marked with a dolly the croupier will then pay the winning bets.
This fun casino game can accommodate 7 players per table at any one time. Remember, not everyone plays at the same time.
Blackjack is a variation of Pontoon, and by far one of the most popular games, an ideal game for novices & the more experienced player. This is certainly another one of those must have games, at any fun casino night!
The essence of Blackjack is to get as close to 21 than the dealer. Over 21 and you lose!
Once you have cashed in your fun casino voucher, place your casino chip/s in the box in front of you. The dealer will run her finger along the insurance line to ensure that all bets have been placed. This is when the fun begins!
The dealer will deal two cards face up to each player & one face up to herself. Each player will then be asked in turn if they would like any more cards. Once all players have been asked, the dealer will then deal herself cards. Are you a winner or Loser!!
Blackjack can accommodate 7 players per table, great fun for novices, pros and players of all ages.
Texas Hold’em Poker
A Texas Holdem poker game goes as follows:
Depending on the limit and betting structure, players will place out blinds and antes so there is an initial amount to get things started. This is called posting.
The dealer shuffles up a standard deck of 52 playing cards.
Each player is dealt two private cards face down. These are called your hole cards or pocket cards.
Then there is a round of betting starting with the player to the left of the blinds. This is the preflop betting round. Like most games of poker, players can call, raise, or fold.
After the betting round ends, the dealer discards the top card of the deck. This is called a burn card. This is done to prevent cheating.
The dealer then flips the next three cards face up on the table. This is called the flop. These are communal cards that anyone can use in combination with their two pocket cards to form a poker hand.
The player to the left of the dealer starts another betting round.
After the betting concludes, the dealer burns again then flips another communal card onto the table. This is called the turn.
The player to the left of the dealer begins another round of betting. In many types of games, this is where the bet size doubles.
Again, the dealer burns a card and places a final card face up on the table. This is called the river. Players can now use any of the five cards on the table or the two cards in their pocket to form a five card poker hand.
There is one final round of betting starting with the player to the left of the dealer.
After that, we have the showdown. All of the players who havent folded reveal their hands. This begins with the player to the left of the last player to call. Players use a combination of their pocket cards and the community cards to form a five card poker hand.
The player who shows the best hand wins! Although sometimes players with the same hand split the pot.
Once you understand the games basic structure, you can play Texas hold em and even some of its variants. Texas Holdem is an easy game to learn, just difficult to master. The mastering part is the costly part, requiring study and practice
After the players have made a wager each player and the dealer shall get one card.
Each players card shall be compared with the dealers card. If the players card is higher he wins even money. If the dealers card is higher the player loses.
In the event of a tie the player shall have two choices: (1) surrender and forfeit half the bet or (2) go to war.
If the player elects to go to war he must raise his bet by an amount equal to his original wager. The dealer will do the same but this is just for show. The dealer will then burn three cards and give the player and dealer another card each. If the players second card equals or beats the dealer then the player shall win even money on the raise only and the original wager shall push. If the dealers second card is greater the player shall lose both bets.