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WINDOWS

  • Intel® Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor

  • 32- and 64-bit (unless noted): Microsoft® Windows® XP (32-bit), Windows Vista® (32-bit), Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10

  • Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, Mozilla Firefox., Google Chrome and Opera

  • 512MB of RAM (1GB of RAM recommended for netbooks); 128MB of graphics memory

MAC OS

  • Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz or faster processor

  • Mac OS X v10.6, or later

  • Latest versions of Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera

  • 512MB of RAM; 128MB of graphics memory

MOBILE PHONES

ANDROID

  • Android 4 OS

  • Google Chrome

iPhone

  • IOS 6 OS

  • Safari


Bacarrat

Although originally an Italian game, Baccarat became famous in France in the 15th century. This is considered one of the most glamorous games in a casino. The player's objective in Baccarat is to correctly guess which of three possible propositions will win the round: Bank, Player, or Tie.

How To Play

Whichever hand is closest to nine is the winner. Two cards are dealt to the Bank hand and two cards are dealt to the Player hand. Sometimes a third card must be dealt to either or both hands; this depends on the outcome of the first two cards. The player needs not to worry about the third card as the dealer is the one responsible for keeping track of the game.

Betting

The player may start the game by placing a bet on the field that he or she feels will win the turn

Player - Pays even money.

Banker - Pays even money minus a 5% commission which is collected on winning bets.

Tie - Pays 8 to 1 if the Player and Banker point totals tie.

Banker

It is important to understand that "Banker" does not represent the house but merely a field to place a bet on the Baccarat table. The casino house makes its money by taking 5% commission from the winnings of the banker field, should it be the winner. The game rules slightly favor the Banker's hand.

Deck

The game is usually dealt from an eight-deck shoe. It is reshuffled when the shoe reaches about 50%

Cards Value

Cards ACE to NINE are worth their face value of 1 to 9.

Cards TEN to KING are worth 0 (zero).

Cards are dealt in the following order: card to player, card to banker, card to player, card to banker. (4 cards)

Cards Total Value

The TOTAL value of the cards cannot exceed 9. So, if the total value exceeds 9 then the last digit is used. Example 8 + 9 = 17 Player has 7

Banker and Player Hands

PLAYER and BANKER receive a 3rd card or STAND on their first two cards as per the rules below unless one of them has a NATURAL.

Natural

Player has 9 Banker has 9 First 2 Cards Total 8 OR 9 Banker AND Player STAND - No more cards

Player's 3rd Card

Player Hand totaling 0-5: Player always gets 3rd card. Player Hand totaling 6-7 stands. Stands

Banker's 3rd Card

Banker's Hand totaling 3: Banker gets a 3rd card UNLESS Player's 3rd card is 8 OR Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 2 cards total is 6 or 7

Banker's Hand totaling 4: Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 3rd card is 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 OR Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 2 cards total is 6 or 7

Banker's Hand totaling 5: Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 3rd card is 4, 5, 6, or 7 OR Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 2 cards total is 6 or 7

Banker's Hand totaling 6: Banker gets a 3rd card if Player's 3rd card is 6, or 7

Banker's Hand totaling 7: Stands

Payouts

Winning Player

Player has 9 Banker has 8 A winning Player hand is paid off at one to one. Thus, if you bet ten dollars, you win ten dollars.

Winning Banker

Banker has 9 Player has 7 A winning Bank hand is paid off at .95 to one. This means that if you bet ten dollars, you win $9.50.

Winning Tie

Player has 9 Banker has 9 The Tie hand is paid at eight to one. Thus a winning tie bet of $10 will return $80. If you bet on either Bank or Player and the Tie wins, you do not lose your bet. It is a push.

House Edge Percentage

Edge in favor of the casino is as follows depending on where the bet is placed: Tie 14.1% Banker 1.17% (5% commission on wins) Player 1.36.% The Tie bet has a 14.1 percent edge in favor of the casino. The house gets a 1.36 percent edge on the Player bet and a 1.17 percent edge on the Bank bet when the bank charges a five percent commission.

Strategy

A predominant aspect of the baccarat games played at the local casino is the scorecard. Casinos encourage this behavior simply because they know it has no bearing on the outcome of the game. One hand has no bearing on the next, and is never influenced by the preceding hands. If you were betting on the flip of a coin, and it landed heads up 9 times in a row. The chance of the coin landing tails up on the 10th flip is exactly 50%, just as it was the first nine times. Any Baccarat strategy that makes you change your bets based on previous hands is useless and should be completely disregarded.


BlackJack: The Basics

The objective of the game is obtaining a hand value that is closest to 21 and higher than the dealer's hand without going over. Your hand or hands, depending at which table you play in the casino, will play against the total of the dealer's hand.

How To Play

Initially, both the dealer and the player are dealt two cards per hand. Player cards are dealt face up and one dealer card is dealt face up. A Blackjack is when the sum of the first two totals 21. The combination can be any Ace with any card with a value of 10.

Deck

The shoe of cards can consist of any number of decks from 1 to 8, this depends of the rules of the house. The number of decks used at a table affect the odds of house. The more decks the better the odds are for the house. The casino lobby indicates the number of decks used in each game.

Cards Value

In Blackjack, the cards are valued as follows: An Ace can count as either 1 or 11. Cards from 2 through 9 keep their face value. The 10, Jack, Queen, and King are all valued at 10.

The Dealer Hand

The plays that the Dealer makes are defined by a set of table rules that determine his actions. Usually these rules are indicated on the blackjack table. The main guidelines for the Dealer hand are: Hit on 16 or less Hit on Soft 17 Stand on Hard 17 or higher A soft hand is where an Ace is counted as either 1 or 11 without going over 21. A hard hand has no Aces or just one Ace must count as one so that the hand does not go over 21.

The Player Hand

After the cards are dealt the player must play his/her hand first. The player can make several choices once his two initial cards are dealt. The player's action would depend on the strategy used by the player to the two initial cards. Some tables will have rules that other tables may not have so it is a good idea for the player to find out which tables in the casino are the ones that suit his or her gambling style. These options are indicated in the casino lobby when choosing a game. The Players hand is over when: A Blackjack comes up, Player chooses to stand or Player busts. These are the choices a player has after being deal the first two cards:

Stand

The player chooses this option if he/she wishes to stand with the cards they have.

Deal

The dealer gives the player another card.

Double

Player can choose to take only one hit and double the amount of his/her bet. This option may vary in how it is offered. Some tables allow a Double on any two cards and some allow it only when the combination of the initial two cards equals 9, 10 or 11. Some tables may even offer a late double that can be played after the player already has 3 cards. These options if available are indicated in the casino lobby. The double option, if played correctly can be very beneficial for the player.

Split

If the player has two cards of equal value, he/she can choose to split the cards into two hands by doubling the amount of the bet. In a Split blackjack is not recognized. Some tables allow players to split multiple times. As with a Double, if played correctly Splits can increase player odds significantly. Some games will not allow re-splitting Aces and a lot of games will not allow hitting after splitting Aces. Games that allow you to re-split aces and hit after splitting aces are of big advantage for the player.

Insurance

When the dealer's face up card is an Ace players have the option to purchase Insurance. Insurance generally pays 2:1 and is indicated on the table. Insurance can be understood as a side bet on whether the dealer has blackjack or not. If the dealer has blackjack the insurance bet is a winner.

Even Money

Even Money is sometimes used when a player is dealt a Blackjack and the dealer has a face up Ace. The player can take an Even Money payout of 1:1 instead of the usual 1.5:1 and avoid the risk of the dealer having a blackjack which would result in a push.

Surrender

If the player is unsatisfied with the first 2 cards and feels the dealer has a much better chance then the player can surrender and only lose half the bet amount. Surrender is generally a house favorable option.

Bust

This is when the Player's or Dealer's hand total goes over 21. A Busted hand is automatically a loser.

Push

Push is when the Player's hand equals the total of the Dealer's hand. This is tie and the player receives his/her bet amount back.

Minimum / Maximum Bet

Min bet: displays the minimum bet amount required to play a hand. Max bet: displays the maximum bet amount allowed at the table. This is shown in the top right hand corner of the table.

Multi-Hands

Some Blackjack tables will allow a player to play multiple hands at the same time. A player can play either one, two or three hands simultaneously. The casino lobby indicates which tables will allow a player play multiple hands.

Stored Games

In the event the player looses internet connectivity on or closes his/her browser window in the middle of a game, the game in progress will be stored. Once back in the casino the pending game may be restored and finished by the player.


BlackJack: Variations

Besides the regular Blackjack games that you are used to we also offer these exciting variations of this popular game:

Double Exposure

Double exposure is a version of blackjack where both of the dealer's cards are exposed. There are off course some rule changes to favor the dealer in order to compensate. The house edge is greater than conventional blackjack, but still this game is one of the best bets in the casino if properly played. Double Exposure uses the usual blackjack rules with these main exceptions:

  • Both dealer cards are shown face up

  • No Pushes. House wins all ties, except on a natural blackjack

  • Player blackjack pays even money

  • Player may split only once

For further information on this game and its rules, please read this article at http://wizardofodds.com/doubleexposure

Blackjack Switch

Blackjack switch allows the player to trade cards between two hands. By default six decks of cards are used. The player needs to make two bets of equal amounts and is then allowed to switch the second card dealt to each hand. In order to compensate for this, a dealer 22 results in a push and blackjacks pay even money. All rules are based on conventional blackjack with these exceptions:

  • Dealer hits a soft 17.

  • The player must make two bets of equal size.

  • Cards will be dealt face up.

  • Dealer will peek for blackjack with an ace or ten up. If the dealer has a blackjack all player hands will immediately lose, except a player blackjack will push.

  • The player may switch the second card dealt to each hand. The player may also switch cards to form a blackjack.

  • Player may double on 10 and 11 only.

  • Player may split once.

  • Winning player blackjacks pay even money.

  • A dealer total of 22 will push against any player total of 21 or less. A player blackjack will still beat a dealer 22.

For further information on this game and its rules, please read this article at http://wizardofodds.com/blackjackswitch

Spanish Blackjack

Spanish Blackjack (also refer to as Spanish 21) is a yet another interesting variation of blackjack. Depending on the rules set by the house Spanish Blackjack is probably a better bet than blackjack. Spanish 21 uses six decks, each deck consisting of 48 cards, the regular 52 card deck without the four tens. To make up for the advantage that this gives to the house, this game gives the player a set of favorable rules. The game is based on blackjack rules, including double after split, late surrender, and re-splitting aces. In addition Spanish 21 offers the follows rule enhancements:

  • A player 21 always wins.

  • Player blackjack beats dealer blackjack.

  • Player may double on any number of cards.

  • Player may usually hit and double down after splitting aces.

  • Player may surrender half of total bet after doubling down.

  • A five-card 21 pays 3 to 2, a six-card 21 pays 2 to 1, a seven or more card 21 pays 3 to 1. However the bonuses are not paid if the player doubled.

  • A 6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of mixed suits pays 3:2, of the same suit pays 2:1, and of spades pays 3:1.

  • Suited 7-7-7 when the dealer has a seven face up pays $1000 for bets of $5-$24 and $5000 for bets of $25 or over.

For further information on this game and its rules, please read this article at http://wizardofodds.com/spanish21

NOTICE:

These are default game rules. Depending on casino house rules where you play at, some of these might differ.


Serpent's Treasure

The objective of Serpent's Treasure is to match the symbols of each one of the five reels to a winning combination. This is a five reel multi-pay line slot game which has 9 pay lines. Payouts depend on what symbols will match on a line.

How To Play

To begin playing you need to select the coin value on the machine. Then select the amount of lines from one to nine you wish to play and press spin. The outcome of the reels will determine the payout.

Placing Bets

You need to select the coin value by clicking on the + sign to increase the bet or on the - sign to decrease it. You also need to select at least one line in order to be able to spin the reel. Each line will increment the amount of the bet's total. The lines can be selected by clicking on the numbers on the left or right side of the reels.

Bet One

This button will select one line each time it is pressed, once you have the lines you wish to bet you may press the Spin button.

Bet Max

This button will select all the lines and automatically spin the reels.

Total Bet

This field indicates the total amount of money at risk during a spin.

Spinning Reels

Serpent's Treasure is a five reel slot machine. Each time a spin is made, the three reels come to rest randomly with a selection of symbols showing in the game window. Certain combinations of symbols results in payoffs. Consult the payout chart for reference to the amounts paid.

Payouts

The payouts table shows the different winning combinations. You may access it anytime during your game by clicking on the Payout Table button on the bottom left side of the slot machine's console.

Bonus Round

If you match three bonus round symbols on the same line you get a chance at the bonus round. This is the only symbol that does not need to start at the leftmost side, as long as there are three on the same line.
You have three chances to try to get the most coins, you may try all three or if you may exit after any of the tries if you feel that the winnings are not going to be higher on the next turn.

Win

The Win box displays the amount of money you've won if you hit a winning combination.

Credits

The Credits box displays the amount of money you currently have available in your casino account. (The amount shown actively changes as you play.

Cashier Button

The cashier button takes you to the cashier, where you can transfer chips to and from the casino. It will not be enabled at all times; however-it will be operational when no game is being played.

Exit Game Button

The exit button leaves the game and returns to the lobby. It will not be enabled at all times, however-it will be operational when no game is being played.

Cash Out Button

The Cash Out button credits back your current bet, and resets it to 0.


Pirate's Revenge

The objective of Pirate's Revenge is to match the symbols of each one of the five reels to a winning combination. This is a five reel multi-pay line slot game which has 9 pay lines. Payouts depend on what symbols will match on a line.

How To Play

To begin playing you need to select the coin value on the machine. Then select the amount of lines from one to nine you wish to play and press spin. The outcome of the reels will determine the payout.

Placing Bets

You need to select the coin value by clicking on the + sign to increase the bet or on the - sign to decrease it. You also need to select at least one line in order to be able to spin the reel. Each line will increment the amount of the bet's total. The lines can be selected by clicking on the numbers on the left or right side of the reels.

Bet One

This button will select one line each time it is pressed, once you have the lines you wish to bet you may press the Spin button.

Bet Max

This button will select all the lines and automatically spin the reels.

Total Bet

This field indicates the total amount of money at risk during a spin.

Spinning Reels

Pirate's Revenge is a five reel slot machine. Each time a spin is made, the three reels come to rest randomly with a selection of symbols showing in the game window. Certain combinations of symbols results in payoffs. Consult the payout chart for reference to the amounts paid.

Payouts

The payouts table shows the different winning combinations. You may access it anytime during your game by clicking on the Payout Table button on the bottom left side of the slot machine's console.

Bonus Round

If you match three bonus round symbols on the same line you get a chance at the bonus round. This is the only symbol that does not need to start at the leftmost side, as long as there are three on the same line.
Every ship has a different hidden prize, you win the prize for the ship you decide to shoot at.

Win

The Win box displays the amount of money you've won if you hit a winning combination.

Credits

The Credits box displays the amount of money you currently have available in your casino account. (The amount shown actively changes as you play.

Cashier Button

The cashier button takes you to the cashier, where you can transfer chips to and from the casino. It will not be enabled at all times; however-it will be operational when no game is being played.

Exit Game Button

The exit button leaves the game and returns to the lobby. It will not be enabled at all times, however-it will be operational when no game is being played.

Cash Out Button

The Cash Out button credits back your current bet, and resets it to 0.


Bonus Play

  • Multiple registrations will be viewed as promotional abuse and will automatically void all winnings and result in all accounts being closed.

  • The Casino Department reserves the right to audit all withdrawal requests before processing.

  • The Casino Department will not be obligated to provide a reason for refusing any withdrawal request or be liable for its decision; however as a part of our compromise all the information would be provided as per customer request.

  • The Casino Department reserves the right to alter the Terms and Conditions of its promotions at any time. The player is responsible for consulting the website and/or the Help files at least once every three months. The player accepts and agrees to abide by both the terms and conditions of this agreement, as amended from time to time, and the rules of the casino games.

  • Bonus play includes: first deposit bonuses, Casino Courtesy Token, compensation bonuses, promotion bonuses, and all other forms of free monies.

  • Baccarat games are excluded from the bonus play.

  • Once the rollover requirements are met, ONLY winnings from the bonus will be credited as cash on players account.

  • Casino Courtesy Tokens are not retroactive.

  • Bonuses must be played through the “Bonus play Tab” that will appear as soon as the bonus is credited.

  • Rollover amount could go from 30X to 80X.

  • Bonus codes must be provided in order to claim any kind of bonus/promotion excluding the casino courtesy token.

  • All bonuses/tokens are for recreational players only.

  • All Casino Cortesty Tokens will have a 30 times roll over on them.

  • All casino bonuses expire after 90 days from the day issued.

  • Management’s decision is final.

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