Live casino games are designed to bring the brick-and-mortar casino experience to your fingertips.
If you’re new to playing live games, we have a quick guide that will help you get to know how each game works below
American & European (incl. Baltic & Latin)
Blackjack is a stimulating card game where players draw two cards of hands with the aim of reaching a sum total of 21, or as close as possible to it, without going beyond it. The closest hand to 21, or a sum total of exactly 21 results in a win. Players can draw more cards in the hope to get closer to 21, however, going beyond the number 21 is called a bust, which results in a loss.
In American Blackjack, the dealer gets both cards at the start of the hand: one face up and one face down. Whereas, In European Blackjack, the dealer gets one card in the beginning and the second one only comes after all the players at the table make their moves.
You can tell a regular casino and an upmarket casino apart by checking out the VIP section. Although the game rules are the same, Blackjack VIP buy-ins start at a significantly higher amount, the experience is much more prestigious and boasts elevated levels of class.
The rules of Baccarat are similar to Blackjack, except the aim of the game is to get to sum total of 9 and no less than 8, which is called a natural. Players can bet on the banker, the player or both. Players can also bet on whether or not there will be a tie or pair.
If the combined number of cards dealt exceeds 9, the score will reset to zero and the cards’ values will then be added together forming a double-digit number. The first digit of the sum total will fall away and the remainder will be what determines whether or not the dealer can draw another card. If the number is baccarat, another word for zero, then the dealer will draw another card and the closest to 9 wins.
American & European Roulette
Roulette is a table game composed of a wheel and a betting layout split into 18 black numbers, 18 red numbers and 1 green zero. It is an exciting casino game of chance where the aim of the game is to guess which number (between 0 and 36) on the wheel the ball will rest in. Betting in Roulette includes Straight Up bets, Splits, Streets, Corners, Six Lines, Dozens, Columns, Odd or Even bets, bets on Red or Black, and Even Chances. The odds of winning in each betting style vary from 1 to 1, all the way up to 35 to 1.
The most significant difference between American Roulette and European Roulette is the number of zeros – otherwise known as green pockets. European Roulette features only one green pocket in the wheel, and American Roulette has two.
Auto-Roulette is an automated roulette wheel without there being the presence of a live dealer. It features close-up shots of the whee and the table and the rules of your preferred variation of Roulette still apply.