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The exciting game of Caribbean Stud Poker offered in the package was designed to offer you an easy to learn, enjoyable alternative to the long established casino games. Caribbean Stud Poker is played on a twenty-one table and is based on the Five Card Stud Poker game. This is the first casino table game to offer a progressive jackpot payout.

 

This card game is played with one standard deck of cards. The game is initiated when the player places a wager called the ANTE. Next, the dealer will deal five cards face down to the player. The dealer's own five-card hand is dealt; four cards face down and the final card face up.

 

The player has the choice to either stay in the game or fold. If the player chooses to FOLD, the ante bet is lost. If the player decides to CALL, a BET is placed and the amount of the original ante is doubled. The dealer shows his hand, if the dealer does not have at least an ace/king combination, the player automatically wins even money on the ante and the wager (BET) is returned. If the dealer has at least an ace/king combination, then a comparison is made between the dealer and player's hand. If the player has the higher hand, the player wins even money on the ante and the original wager pays according to the payout table below:

 

Players are also given the option of playing for the progressive jackpot. To participate in the jackpot, the player must make an additional side bet of $1 at the drop slot. The player that is betting will receive a hand of cards equal or better than a flush. Regardless of the outcome of the regular table game, if the player has a hand that qualifies for the progressive jackpot, that player will win the amount designated in the payout table:

 

 

 

Placing a Bet

To place a bet you click on the chip you want and this chip will be added to the ANTE bet. Every time you click on a chip it will be added to the current bet. Chips are ordered from the one with the higher value to the lower one.

 

To remove a bet click on bet chips and the chip on top will be removed. You can do this for every chip you got on the betting spot.

 

And additional bet can be placed in order to participate in the progressive payouts. Click on the drop slot placed up to the ANTE bet to add a $1 bet. The lights on your slot fixture are activated by the chip drop and stay illuminated until the hand is over to show that you made the jackpot bet. To remove this bet, click on the same drop slot you did before.

 

Playing the Game

Click on the "DEAL" button to start the game. Two card sets are deal, one for the player and one for the dealer (with the last card face up), then the player can take one of two actions:

 

CALL:

If you feel you have a hand, which will beat the dealer's hand, you will make this bet. This is exactly twice the amount of the ANTE bet.

 

FOLD:

If you do not feel you have a strong enough hand to beat the dealer, you fold and do not make the bet to "Call the Dealer".

Exit the Game

Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby. You cannot leave a game until it's finished.

 

Online Casino-American Roulette

Game Rules

Roulette is the most popular table game in the world. At first glance, a roulette table layout may appear complicated, yet in reality, it's a very easy game to play and understand.

 

A roulette table is divided into 38 slots in which the ball may land. The slots are numbered from 1 to 36, alternately colored red & black. 0 and 00 are colored green. You can bet on any single number, play a combination of numbers, as well as play red or black, odd or even, and columns of numbers. The following table resumes the different type of bets and the payoff:

 

After you place your bets, the ball is spin in the opposite direction of the turning wheel. When the ball comes to rest in one of the slots, the dealer will call out the winning number and settle all bets.

 

Placing a Bet

First you select the chip to place (1, 5, 25 or 100 dollar chip). Next, move the cursor to number or combination of numbers you wish to play. Every time you click on the spot one chip will be added. You can change the selected chip to adjust your bet any time before dealing. Chips are ordered from the one with the higher value to the lower one.

 

There are two more options for placing bets: "CLEAR" and "REBET". The CLEAR option removes all the bets placed on the table layout. The REBET option puts the same bets you did the turn before.

 

To remove a chip, press shift key along with left click on the spot where your bet is placed and the chip on top will be removed. You can do this for every chip you got on the betting spot.

 

Playing the Game

Before start a game you need to select the number or combination of numbers you wish to wager and place your bets. After that, press "SPIN" to start spinning the ball into the turning wheel. The ball will stop on one slot and the bets you lose will be removed and the ones you win will be kept to play again.

 

Exit the Game

Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby.

 

 

Online Casino-Craps

Game Rules

Craps is considered by many to be the most exciting game in any casino. There are many varieties of wagering, and as a result, Craps can also be a complicated game. But there are some simple bets that you can make to start with, and the odds on these are quite favorable.

 

Pass Line

Also called the "Front Line," this bet is made on a "come out" roll, when no point has been established. A first roll of seven or eleven (known as naturals) automatically wins. A first roll of two, three or twelve (known as craps) automatically loses. A first roll of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 establishes the number as your "point." Once a point has been established, the "shooter" continues to roll the dice until either the point number rolls again (which is a pass line winner, and bettors are paid even money) or a seven out rolls and all pass line bets lose.

 

The objective of the game is to bet on the outcome of the dice, that you as the "shooter" throw. You are allowed to bet in favor that the shooter will win, in favor that the house will win, or you can bet on the numeric outcome of both dice.

 

The dice are rolled across the craps table layout. The layout is divided into three areas - two side areas separated by a center one. Each side area is the mirror reflection of the other and contains the following: Pass and Don't Pass line bets, Come and Don't Come bets, Odds bet, Place bets and Field bets. The center area is shared by both side areas and contains the Proposition bets.

 

The first roll in a Craps round is called the come out roll. If the dice total is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 then the point is established. On the other hand a total of 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll immediately ends the round. When the point has been established, an "ON" disk will be placed on the point. After the point is rolled the dice will be rolled continuously until the same point is rolled again or a 7.

 

Below is a list of the various bets you can make at craps.

 

Come Line

This bet is an extension of the pass line. Come bets can be made any time after a pass line point has been established (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10). Seven or Eleven wins; two, three or twelve loses; any other number becomes your come point and must be repeated before a seven rolls in order to win even money.

 

Don't Pass

Also called the "back line," this bet can only be made on a come out roll, when no point has been established. A first roll of seven or eleven (a natural) loses. A first roll of two or three is an automatic winner. If a twelve is thrown it is a standoff and you push. If 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 rolls, it becomes the "don't pass" point. Seven must roll before the "don't pass" point rolls for you to win. If the point number rolls before seven you lose.

 

Don't Come

This is an extension of the Don't Pass line. Don't Come bets can be made any time after a point has been established. The same rules apply for the Don't Come as the Don't Pass. A first roll of seven or eleven loses, two or three wins, and twelve is a standoff. Any other number becomes the Don't Come point. You win even money if seven is rolled before the point is repeated.

 

Taking Odds

This is an additional bet that can be made on the Pass Line or on a Come bet, once a point has been established. A player will receive 2 to 1 on points four and ten, 3 to 2 on points five and nine and 6 to 5 on the six and eight. The reverse is true when a player is betting against a point. These are known as "True" odds.

 

Laying Odds

This is an additional bet that can be made on a Don't Pass or a Don't Come bet after a point has been established. The odds pay opposite of Pass Line and Come odds.

 

4 or 10 One to Two

5 or 9 Two to Three

6 or 8 Five to Six

Place Bets

Place Bets can be made at any time during play on any of the "point numbers." Place Bets pay 9 to 5 on the four or ten, 7 to 5 on the five or nine and 7 to 6 on the six or eight. These bets may be taken down, remain up or "pressed" up at any time. The bets are made on the rectangle directly above the number.

 

Buy Bets

A Buy Bet is similar to a Place Bet, but pays true odds in exchange for a 5% commission. These bets are made on the rectangle directly in front of the number.

 

Buy Behind or Lay Bets

Similar to a Buy Bet but made against a point at true odds. You are charged a 5% commission. (With this bet, you are betting that the shooter will roll a seven before he/she will roll the point number.)

 

Field Bet

A Field Bet is a one-roll bet that wins or loses every roll. If 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 rolls, you win even money. If a 2 or 12 rolls you are paid double. If 5, 6, 7 or 8 rolls, all field bets lose.

 

Big 6 or 8

You bet either Six or Eight hoping that either one come up before the seven is rolled. This bet pays even money.

 

Proposition Bets

These bets are found in the center of the dice layout. If you make a "prop" bet the following will happen:

 

Any Craps - If the shooter rolls a two, three or twelve on the next roll you win 8 for 1

Any Seven - If the shooter rolls a seven on the next roll you win 5 for 1.

Eleven - If the shooter rolls an eleven on the next roll you win 15 for 1.

Ace/Deuce - If the shooter rolls a three on the next roll you win 15 for 1.

Two - If the shooter rolls a two on the next roll you win 30 for 1.

Twelve - If the shooter rolls a twelve on the next roll you win 30 for 1.

Hard Ways - A Hard Way bet will win if the shooter rolls a pair. Hard Ways lose if a seven rolls or if the number is thrown "the easy way" (not a pair).

Example: Your bet is Hard 8. If each dice rolls four, you will win your Hard Way bet. If one dice rolls a five and the other rolls a three, you will lose.

Placing a Bet

Click on the chips in your bankroll to select the chip you want to add the amount you wish to bet (1, 5, 25 or 100 dollar chip). Then click on the area of the layout on which you wish to place your bet. You may click more than once to add that amount multiple times.

 

To remove a bet from the layout, point to it with the mouse, and press Shift key along with left click. The chip on top will be removed. You can do this for every chip you got on the betting spot.

 

Playing the Game

Once you have placed your bets, press "ROLL" to start the Come Out Roll. If the dice total is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 then the point is established. On the other hand a total of 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll immediately ends the round.

 

When the point has been established, you can place any bet allowed after come our roll (not Pass/Don't Pass). The game continue until the same point is rolled again or a 7. After placing new bets, press "ROLL" to obtain the new result.

 

Exit the Game

Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby. You cannot leave a game until it's finished.

 

 

Game Rules

The Casino offers 4 Slot machines games, which are similar if not the same when it comes to the general dynamics of playing them. These are the classic three-reel slot machine complete with spinning reels, and one five-reel slot machine.

 

Our slots come in multi-coin and multi-play options which let you bet more than one coin per play, choosing where to bet and how much.

 

The object of the game is to achieve a winning combination of symbols to win a corresponding prize.

 

Different combinations as well as different scores give you different payoffs. So just choose your bet click on the button and start playing!

 

Placing a Bet

To begin playing the slots, you first need to select the denomination you wish to play from the four choices; 25 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar and 5 dollars. The buttons are located just above the reel windows on the slot machine.

 

Next you can choose the amount of coins you wish to play (i.e. if the coin you are playing with is 1 dollar then by playing three coins you will be wagering 3 dollars). The odds table will highlight the odds column that applies to the amount of coins you are going to play.

 

By hitting "MAX BET" you will wager 3 times (or 5 coins in 5 pay-line machines) the amount of the coin you have chosen to play. You can wager multiples of the coin up to maximum allowed by hitting the "BET ONCE" button.

 

Playing the Game

Once you are satisfied with the coin and the amount of coins wagered you can hit the "SPIN" to start the wheeling of the reels. By hitting "MAX BET" you will wager the maximum amount of coins allowed and the reels will start wheeling immediately.

 

If the symbols in one payline match a winner combination in the paytable, the win amount will be added to your current balance.

 

Exit the Game

Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby.

Game Rules

Black Jack or Twenty-One is played with a standard deck of 52 cards with 2 decks being used in the shoe. For the player, the object of the game is to draw cards that total 21, without going over, or coming closer to 21 than the cards held by the dealer. The King, Queen and Jack count as ten while other cards count at face value, except for the Ace, which counts 1 or 11, as desired by the player. The suits are of no significance.

 

Once the game starts, two cards are dealt to the player. The dealer's second card is dealt face up. If a player has an Ace and any ten-valued card it is a Blackjack and will turn up immediately. The players hand is paid one-and-a-half times the bet, unless the dealer also has "Blackjack", in which case it is a push and neither wins. If the dealer's face up card is an Ace, the players will be given the opportunity to take "insurance". An insurance bet is a wager claiming that the dealer does in fact have a blackjack. This wager is optional and may be half the original bet. If the dealer has a blackjack, the winning insurance bets will be paid two-to-one. The player loses the original bet, unless they also have a blackjack, in which case they can push with the dealer. If the dealer does not have Black Jack, the insurance bets will lose and play will continue.

 

Whenever the dealer does not have a Blackjack, the players are given the opportunity to improve their hands by taking additional cards (to hit). A player may hit as many times as desired, as long as the total count of the hand does not exceed 21.

 

With two cards in any given hand, the player may "Double Down" which is to increase the bet by the original wager and may take one card only.

 

Players may split cards (pairs) only once and play each hand out for the same bet per hand. When splitting Aces, if a 10 or face card appears it will only pay 1:1 (because it's no longer a blackjack).

 

Once the players have completed their hands, the dealer's hand will be played. Whether the dealer "hits" or "stands" depends upon the count of the dealer's hand (there are no optional situations). The dealer turns his bottom card up and either stands or draws as necessary.

 

The dealer must draw to any count up to and including 16 and stand on 17. The dealer will also stand on all soft 17's. (SOFT 17's are: Any combination in which an Ace is used as an 11). The dealer should "BUST"(the cards total 22 or higher); all those hands remaining, which are not busted will be paid even money.

 

Placing a Bet

To place a bet you click on the chip you want and this chip will be added to the bet spot Blackjack table. Every time you click on a chip it will be added to the current bet. Chips are ordered from the one with the higher value to the lower one.

 

To remove a bet click on the spot where your bet is and the chip on top will be removed. You can do this for every chip you got on the betting spot.

 

Playing the Game

Click on the "DEAL" button to start the game. Two cards are dealt to the player and two more to the dealer. The dealer's second card is dealt face up. The player cannot remove their bet after the "DEAL" button has been pressed.

 

If either the player or the dealer has a Blackjack on its hand the game is over. But if that's not the case, the player can do any of the following actions depending on the player and dealer's cards:

 

HIT:

The players are given the opportunity to improve their hands by taking additional cards. To do so the player clicks on the "HIT" button. A player may hit as many times as desired, as long as the total count of the hand does not exceed 21.

 

STAND:

When a player is satisfied with his hand, he must hit the "STAND" button (take no more cards).

 

DOUBLE:

With two cards in any given hand, the player can select "DOUBLE" option, which is to increase the bet by the original wager, and may take one card only.

 

SPLIT:

Split the initial two-card hand into two, and play them separately - allowed only when the two first cards are of equal value. Players may split cards only once and play each hand out for the same bet per hand.

 

INSURANCE:

If the dealer's face up card is an Ace, the players will be given the opportunity to take "INSURANCE". An insurance bet is a wager claiming that the dealer does in fact have a blackjack.

 

Once the players have completed their hands, the dealer's hand will be played. Whether the dealer "hits" or "stands" depends upon the count of the dealer's hand (there are no optional situations). The dealer turns his bottom card up and either stands or draws as necessary.

 

Exit the Game

Click EXIT to leave the game and return to the Casino Lobby. You cannot leave a game until it's finished.

 

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