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Blackjack is a very popular card game that is played with up to 8 decks. After the player makes a starting bet, he or she receives two cards. The dealer also receives two cards, one face up, and one face down. Each card has a value: 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10. All face cards equal 10 points, while Aces are either 1 or 11 points. Based on the card values, the player needs to make a decision to stand, hit, split, or double. There is also the option to surrender in order to get more points than the dealer has without going over 21. A two-card combination that adds up to 21 points (Ace and a 10 or a face card) is called “Blackjack”, which is an automatic win that usually pays 3:2.

The goal of Blackjack is to accumulate more points than the dealer, without going over 21, which is called a Bust.

**Double Down** - upon receiving 2 cards, the player doubles the initial bet and receives 1 additional card.

**Even Money** - this bet pays 1:1, in case the player received a Blackjack, but the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace.

**Insurance** - This is a side bet that pays 2:1, if the dealer has a Blackjack.

**Soft Hand** - This is a hand that contains an Ace, which may be counted as either 1 or 11.

**Split Hand** - In case the player receives two cards of equal value, he may split them into two hands, which doubles the bet. They may then play each hand separately.

**Surrender** - The player gives up the hand and receives half of his or her bet back. There may be an early Surrender, before the dealer checks his cards for a Blackjack, or a Late Surrender, which is after the dealer checks his cards. If the dealer does have a Blackjack, Late Surrender is not allowed.

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Casino War is a card game that is played with six decks of cards. When a player makes a bet, two cards are dealt face up - one to the player and one to the dealer. The card with the higher value wins.

In the case of a tie, the player may “go to war” and double their bet. The dealer then burns three cards and deals one card to the player and one to himself. The card of the higher value wins.

Some casinos allow making a tie bet in addition to the regular bet. In this case, if the player’s card is of the same value as the dealer’s, the player receives a 10:1 payout.

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Roulette is a casino game that requires a table with a special betting area, a wheel with green, red, and black numbered slots in it, and a little plastic ball that would fall into one of the slots. In American Roulette, there are 38 black and red slots that are numbered as 1-36, one zero, and a double zero, both of which are colored green. In European Roulette, there is only one zero.

The goal of the game is to guess the number of the slot on the wheel in which the ball will settle.

There are two types of bets in roulette: Inside bets on the numbers and outside bets on red or black, even or odd, and high or low number.

- on a single number (payout 35:1)
- on two numbers if the player places a chip on the line that separates these two numbers (payout 17:1)
- on three numbers in a row (payout 11:1)
- on four numbers if the player places a chip in the center of a four number block ( payout 8:1 )
- on five numbers 00, 0, 1, 2, 3 (payout 6:1)

- On dozens 1-12, 13-24, 25-36 (payout 2:1)
- On columns—any column of numbers on the table layout (payout 2:1)
- Odd or Even number (payout 1:1)
- Red or Black number (payout 1:1)
- Low or High number. Low numbers are between 1 and 18, and high numbers are between 19 and 36 (payout 1:1)

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Red Dog is a card game that is played with two 52-card decks. When the player makes a bet by clicking on a chip value and then presses “Deal”, one card from each deck is dealt face up to the player. Now, the player has an option to press “Raise” to double the bet or they can press “Continue” to have the third card dealt without increasing the bet size. If the third card’s value is between the first two cards or if the three cards are of equal value, then the player wins. If neither of those two situations occurs, then the player loses. When the two initial cards that are dealt are consecutive, then the bets are returned to the player (Push). Cards are re-shuffled after every hand.

The payouts are 1:1 if the spread is 4 cards, 2:1 for a 3-card spread, 4:1 for a 2-card spread, and 5:1 for a 1-card spread. Being dealt three cards of equal value pays out 11:1.

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Baccarat is a classic card game that is played with six 52-card decks. The card values are as follow: 10s and face cards are worth 0 points, Aces are 1 point, and 2s through 9s are worth their face values. Two cards are dealt face up to the Player and to the Banker. The Player and the Banker can then draw more cards in order to get a total of 9 points. The highest hand wins, as do any bets on the winner.

The goal of Baccarat is to draw the highest hand up to 9 points, without going over, and to guess who will win. For that second element, bets are placed on the Player, the Banker, or a tie.

The player may bet on the Player to win (Payout 1:1), the Banker to win (Payout 19:20), a Tie (Payout 8:1), or some combination of the three.

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Jacks or Better Video Poker is a card game that is played on a video terminal. After the player makes a bet by pressing “Bet One” or “Bet Max”, and then presses “Draw Deal”, 5 cards are dealt. The cards are ranked from 2, the lowest, to Ace, which can be the lowest or the highest. The player selects the cards they want to keep by pressing “Hold”. The cards, if any, that the player does not want to keep are replaced with new ones. The player wins when a pair of Jacks or any other winning combination of cards comes up.

- A Pair of Jacks or higher. Payout is 1:1.
**Two Pair**- Any 2 pairs of cards of the same value from any suit. Payout is 2:1.**3-of-a-Kind**- Any three cards of any suit that is of equal value. Payout is 3:1.**Straight**- Five consecutive cards of any suit. Payout is 4:1.**Flush**- Five cards of any value that are from the same suit. Payout is 6:1.**Full House**- A pair of any value along with three-of-a-kind. Payout is 9:1.**4-of-a-Kind**- Any four cards of equal value. Payout is 25:1.**Straight Flush**- Five consecutive cards of the same suit. Payout is 50:1.**Royal Flush**- Five consecutive cards of the highest rank and from the same suit. For example, Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10, all of Spades. Payout is 250:1.

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Sic Bo is a table game based on the outcome of the roll of three dice. The player makes the bets by pressing the Bet button to select chips and moving them to the desired area on the table before the croupier rolls the dice.

The goal of Sic Bo is to correctly guess the numbers the dice will show once they have been rolled.

The player can bet on the outcome of a single die, two dice, or all three dice in different ways. There are eight universal betting possibilities, 50 different betting options, and multiple bets can be made at once.

**Small Bet** – The bet on the total of the three dice will be between 4 and 10. The bet losses when three identical dice, known as a Triple, such as 2-2-2 come up. Payout is 1:1.

**Big Bet** – The bet on the total of three dice will be between 11 and 17. This bet also loses when a Triple comes up. Payout is 1:1.

**Three Dice Total Bet** – The bet on the exact total of three dice, from 4 to 17. Payout is:

- 62:1 if 4 or 17 comes up,
- 31:1 if 5 or 16 comes up,
- 18: 1 if 6 or 15 comes up,
- 12: 1 if 7 or 14 comes up,
- 8:1 if 8 or 13 comes up,
- 7:1 if 9 or 12 comes up,
- 6:1 if 10 or 11 comes up.

**Single Number Bet** – The bet on the number from 1 to 6 to come up on at least one die. The payout is 1:1 if the number comes up on one die, 2:1 on two dice, 12:1 on three dice.

**Combination or Double Combo Bet** – The bet on two chosen not identical numbers, such as 1-3. Payout is 6:1.

**Double Bet** – The bet on two chosen identical numbers, such as 3-3. Payout is 11:1.

**Any Triple Bet** – The bet on any three identical numbers that come up on the dice. Payout is 31:1.

**Triple Bet** – The bet on three chosen identical numbers, such as 4-4-4. Payout is 180:1.

Some casinos offer additional bets in Sic Bo, such as a bet on an Odd or Even total of three dice or Any Double bet.

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Craps is a table game based on the outcome of rolling two dice. The shooter (dice thrower) places a bet on the craps table and throws the dice. After placing a bet, the shooter makes a come out roll by pressing the “Roll” button. If they roll a 7 or an 11, the shooter immediately wins. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12 (called “craps”), then they immediately lose. If the shooter rolls any other number, that number is established as the “point” and is marked by a white circle. The player then presses the “Repeat” button to keep rolling until they either roll another “point” or a 7. If they roll the “point” first, they win. If they roll a 7, they lose. The player can press “Clear All” to remove all bets from the table.

The goal of Craps is to successfully guess the outcome of the dice roll.

**Pass Line Bet** - This bet wins if the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 in a Come Out roll, but loses if the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12. All of the other numbers become a point. If any point is rolled on the Come Out roll and the point is rolled again before a 7, then the player wins. If a 7 comes before the point, then the player loses. The payout is 2:1 if the point is 4 or 10, 3:2 if the point is 5 or 9, and 7:6 if the point is 6 or 8. There is a 5% commission.

**Don’t Pass Line Bet** - This bet wins if the shooter rolls a 2 or 3 during a Come Out Roll, but loses if the shooter rolls a 7 or 11. A 12 is a tie. If any point is rolled on the Come Out roll and the point is rolled again before a 7, then the player loses. If a 7 comes before the point, then the player wins. The payout is 1:2 if the point is 4 or 10, 3:2 if the point is 5 or 9, and 5:6 if the point is 6 or 8. There is a 5% commission.

**Come Bet** - After the point has been established, this is the bet on the specific number that the shooter will roll before 7. The payout is 2:1 if the point is 4 or 10, 3:2 if the point is 5 or 9, and 6:5 if the point is 6 or 8.

**Don’t Come Bet** - After the point has been established, this bet is that the shooter will roll a 7 before rolling the specified number of the Don’t Come Bet. The payout is 1:2 if the point is 4 or 10, 3:2 if the point is 5 or 9, and 5:6 if the point is 6 or 8.

**Odds Bet** - This bet can be placed in addition to any of the four types of bets mentioned above. It backs up the bet the player has already made in order to earn a higher payout.

**Place Bets** – This is a bet on a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. The player wins if the specific number is rolled before a 7. The payout is 9:5 if the number is 4 or 10, 7:5 if the number is 5 or 9, and 7:6 if the number is 6 or 8.

**Place to Lose Bet** – This is also a bet on a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. The player wins if a 7 is rolled before the specified number. The payout is 5:11 if the number is 4 or 10, 5:8 if the number is 5 or 9, and 4:5 if the number is 6 or 8.

**Buy Bet** - This is similar to a place bet, but with a different payout. The player places a bet on any of the points (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10) and wins if that number is rolled before a 7. The payout is 2:1 on a 4 or 10, 3:2 on a 5 or 9, and 6:5 on a 6 or 8. There is a 4% commission.

**Lay Bet** – This is the opposite of a Buy bet and the same as a Place to Lose bet, but with a different payout. A Lay bet is placed on the 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 and if a 7 is rolled before the number, then the player wins. The payout is 1:2 on a 4 or 10, 2:3 on a 5 or 9, and 5:6 on a 6 or 8. There is a 4% commission.

**Hard Way Bet** – This is a bet on 4, 6, 8, or 10 being rolled on an identical pair of dice. For example, a winning 4 would be composed of 2 and 2, while a winning 6 would be a 3 and 3, etc. The payout is 9:1 if the number is 6 or 8, and 7:1 if payout is 4 or 10.

**Easy Way Bet** – This is a bet on 4, 6, 8, or 10 that is specifically not an identical pair of dice. For example, a winning 4 would be composed of a 1 and 3; a winning 6 could be a 1 and 5 or a 4 and 2.

**Big 6 Bet** – This is a bet that a 6 will be rolled before a 7. The payout is 1:1.

**Big 8 Bet** – This is a bet that an 8 will be rolled before a 7. The payout is 1:1.

**Proposition Bet** – This is a bet that the player will either win or lose on the next roll.

**Field Bet** – This is a bet on the absolute next roll. If a player places a bet on the 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12 and any of these numbers is rolled, then the player wins. The Field bet is lost when any other number is rolled (5, 6, 7 or 8). The payout is 1:1 if the number is 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11, 2:1 if the number is 2, and 3:1 if the number is 12.

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Casino Hold'em, also known as Texas Hold'em, is a poker-based game that is played with one 52-card deck. The cards are ranked from 2, the lowest, to Ace, which can be either the lowest or highest. After the player makes an `Ante bet`, the 2 cards are dealt face down to the player and the dealer. Three cards are then dealt face up on the table. The player checks their cards and the three cards on the table. At that point, the player can either Fold and lose their Ante bet or Call and make an additional bet that is twice as much as their Ante bet. If the player calls, two additional cards are dealt on the table. The player and the dealer need to make 5-card combinations using their 2 cards and the 5 cards on the table, which are called community or common cards. Then, the player’s cards are compared to the dealer’s cards. The dealer qualifies to play if he has a pair of 4s or better. The player wins if he gets the best possible 5-card combination. If the player wins, then the Ante bet pays out, depending on the winning combination that the player has, while the Call bet pays 1:1. If the player and the dealer have equal hands, then all bets push.

**High Card**- This is the card that has the highest individual value. Ante payout is 1:1**A Pair**- Two cards of equal value, regardless of their suit. Ante payout is 1:1**Two Pair**- Any 2 pairs of cards of the same value from any suit. Ante payout is 1:1.**3-of-a-kind**- Any three cards of any suit that are of equal value. Ante payout is 1:1.**Straight**- Five consecutive cards of any suit. Ante payout is 1:1.**Flush**- Five cards of any value that are from the same suit. Ante payout is 2:1.**Full House**- A pair of any value and a three-of-a-kind. Ante payout is 3:1.**4-of-a-kind**- Any four cards of equal value. Ante payout is 10:1.**Straight Flush**- Five consecutive cards of the same suit. Ante payout is 20:1.**Royal Flush**- Five consecutive cards of the highest ranks and of the same suit. For example: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and a 10. All of those cards are of the same suit. Ante payout is 100:1.

In addition to Ante and Call bets, the player can make a side bet called an "AA Bonus". If the player wins, a payout for a pair of aces, two pair, 3-of-a-kind, and a strait is 7:1, a flush pays 20:1, a full house wins 30:1, four-of-a-kind pays 40:1, a straight flush is 50:1, and a royal flush pays out 100:1. In some casinos, anything from a pair of aces to a straight pays 7:1, while a flush or higher pays 25:1.