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American Roulette

American Roulette is one of the most significant games in casinos.
Game description
American Roulette is one of the most significant games in casinos.
The most recognisable section of roulette is of course the typical wheel, which is divided into 37 compartments, numbered from 0 to 36 ( not sequentially).
Number 0 is colored green, and the rest of the numbers are colored in black and white, and are not arranged by numerical array. The object of the game is to predict the ¨compartment¨ where the ball will come to rest. The American Roulette game is conducted by a dealer, who receives bets and cash out the wins.

American Roulette is very similar to the French Roulette, with two exceptions. First, the table is smaller and the number of players limited, and secondly, each player is issued his or her own private colour of chips, to keep track of his or her faster than the French one.

How the  game is played

Each player is issued chips of his or her private colour, without their values prnted on them.  The  value of the chips is decided by the player at the time of purchase, but it must be within the maximum and minimum bet limits, displayed on the table. The house may change the table minimum during the game. Having chips of their  own private  coulor allows the players to place their chips on top of other players’ chips.

The game begins when the croupier declares, "Place jour bets!”

The players place one or more chips in the different spots on the layout:  on any number or group they hope will win. The croupier then spins the wheel and drops the ball in the opposite direction of the spinning wheel. Once the croupier declares,
"No more bets”., the players must stop placing their bets. When the ball comes to rest in one of the 37 compartments, the croupier announces the winning number. He then removes the losing bets from the layout and pays out the  winning bets.
Until all winning bets have been paid out, players are not permitted to touch them. Colour chips shall only be used at the table where bought and shall not be taken away. Once a player has finished playing, he or she must exchange any colour chips thay might have for casino chips. If the players do not exchange the chips on the day of purchase, they may as well exchange them next day, but only for casino chips of denomination equal to the table minimum.

Bets and payouts
The spot on the layout where you place your chips tells what type of bet you want to make. The wins are cashed out in the accordance with the American Roulette game rules.

Straight bets
A: Red – the wining number will be red (pays 1:1)
B: Black - the wining number will be black (pays 1:1)
C: Even - the wining number will be  even (pays 1:1)
D: Odd - the wining number will be  odd (pays 1:1)
E:  Low (1 to 18) - the wining number will be low, from 1 to 18 (pays 1:1)
F: High (19 to 36) - the wining number will be high, from 19 to 36     (pays 1:1)
G: 1 st  Dozen - the wining number will be within the first  dozen        (pays 2:1)
H: 2 nd  Dozen - the wining number will be within the second dozen    (pays 2:1)
I: 3 rd Dozen- the wining number will be within the third dozen         (pays 2:1)
J:  Column - the wining number will be in one of the three long columns of 12 numbers   (pays 2:1)

Combination bets
K: Six (Line Bet) - the wining number will be one of the six numbers  (pays 5:1)
L:  Corner - the wining number will be one of the four numbers  (pays 8:1)
M:  Trio- the wining number will be  one  of the three numbers (pays 11:1)
N:  Split - the wining number will be one of the two numbers (pays 17:1)
O: Straight Up – the wining number will be the chosen one  (pays 35:1)

When the zero appears,straight bets (i.e. dozens, columns and simple combinations: red and black, even and odd number, small numbers (1 to18) and large numbers (19 to 36))
lose.

Prediction games
Besides simple combinations, presented on the previous page, Hit Casinos are featuring different sorts of prediction games. The wins for the prediction games are cashed out in accordance to the cash out rules described on the previous page.

Big series
This bet requires nine  chips that are placed on the layout in the following way:
two chips on the 0-2-3  transversale (trio) and two chips on the 25-29 corner; and one chip  each is placed on the splits 4-7, 12-15, 18-21, 19-22 and 32-35.

Orphans
This bet requires five chips that are placed on the layout in the following way:
one chip on the number 1;
and one chip each is placed on the splits 6-9, 14-17, 17-20 and 31-34.

Small  series 5/8
This bet requires six  chips that are placed on the layout in the following way:
one chip each is placed on the splits 5-8, 10-11, 13-16, 23-24, 27-30 and33-36.

Black Jack

Black Jack is a card game, and it takes place at the playing table. The object of the game is for the player to have a higher total of points than the dealer, as long as that total is 21 or less.
Game description
Black Jack is played with six decks of 52 cards.  When the bettor draws another card to improve his or her hand, there is a danger of busting. When a hand has busted, it is an immediate loser and the player’s cards and chips are taken away by the dealer. For purposes of Black Jack, the 10, jack, queen, and king all have the same value, which is 10 points. The other cards have  as many points as spots on the card. The ace is unique and has two different values: 1 point and 11 points. The value the players assign the  ace is at their option, depending upon cards they hold.

How the game is played
The game is run by a dealer. At the outset of each round of play, all the players get two cards face up, while the dealer gets one card face up (the upcard). If  the player’s original two-card hand contains an ace and a 10-value card, this hand is known as Black Jack, and a player holding these cards is paid out at 3 to 2, as long as the dealer does not hold a Black Jack at the same time. A Black Jack wins over a 21 total, obtained by splitting pairs.

If the points total of the first two cards is 11 or less, the player must then draw another card.

Rules for playing                                                                                
“Insurance bet”: When the dealer shows an ace as the upcard, the casino allows the players to make  an insurance bet by placing up to half their original bets on the insurance line. If the dealer has 10 in the hole and thus a Black Jack, the insurance bets are  won by the players are paid out at 2 to 1. If the dealer does not have a Black jJack, the insurance bets are lost. When the player has been dealt  a Black Jack and the dealer shows an ace as the upcard, the player can request an even-money payout right away.  In that case the cash out is 1:1.

Split ting pairs
The player may split any pair (cards of the same rank) in the original hand. When the player splits a pair, he or she makes another bet on the layout equal to the original bet on the hand.  New cards are dealt first to the left split card and only afterwards to the right split card. At most three  additional cards may be dealt to each split card. Aces may also be split, but if a 10- value card is dealt to either ace, the new hand does not form a Black Jack, but merely a 21 total. The same holds when 10-value cards are split any an ace is dealt to either 10 – in this case, too, the new hand merely totals 21.

Doubling down
The player has the option of doubling the bet on any two-card total in the original hand. After doubling down, the player is entitled to only one additional card, and no more. It is possible to double  down a bet after splitting, too.

Texas Hold'em Poker (THP)

Texas Hold'em Poker is played with a standard 4-suit 52-card deck.
Game description

At most nine players can take part in this game. The player to the  dealer’s left (the first to “hold the button”) must act first. Each of the players receives two cards face down.. After the first round of betting, the dealer turns three  cards face up (“flop”). These cards belong to everyone at the table, they are “ community cards”. Afterwards there is another round of beting and the dealer turns the fourth community card up in the middle. There is still another round of betting and the  dealer then turns the fifth and final card up in the middle and there is the final round of betting. To make one’s final 5-card hand, a player may use both of the cards in his / her own hand, just one or none.

Hit Progressive Draw Poker

The goal of Hit’s progressive draw poker game, is to gather the best possible cards combination.
Game description Hit’s progressive draw poker is a card game played at the playing tables. It is a straight forward game, and it offers a plenty of fun and a great opportunity for win. As with other card games, the goal of Hit’s progressive draw poker game, is to gather the best possible cards combination. This sort of poker differs from others because players play against the casino. The game is led by the dealer.

Flow of the game
The game begins with each player placing an “ante” bet and a Jackpot bet (the latter optional). Afterwards, the dealer deals five cards to each player. Upon seeing their cards, the players decide whether to continue playing or not. If the player decides to leave the game, he /she folds the cards. But if the player decides to play and to switch a card, he /she must place  the card next to the betting spot and a bet equal to the ante bet on top of the card.

After collecting the bets and the swiched cards, the dealer deals another card face down to each player who switched cards. Switched cards are put into a stecker. The dealer is not alowed to switch his / her cards.

The player may switch another card, provided he / she places a bet twice the amount of the ante bet.

Bets and payouts
Payouts for wining combinations depend on the fact whether the player switched a card or not. If the player did not switch a card, he /she is then paid out according to the payout table below, provided there is not a combination of an ace and a king in the dealer’s hand. In this case, the players are only paid out the ante bet.

Ace and King / 1to1
Pair  /  1 to1
Two pairs  / 2 to1
Three of a kind / 3 to1
Straight  / 4 to1
Flush  / 5 to 1
Full   house  / 7 to1
Poker /  20 to1
Straight flush  / 50 to1
Royal flush /  100 to1

If the player did switch a card, he / she is then paid out according to the payout table below:

Ace and King /1 to 1
Pair / 1 to 1
Two pairs / 2 to 1
Three of kind /3 to 1
Straight / 4 to1
Flush /  5 to 1
Full house / 7 to 1
Poker / 12 to 1
Straight flush / 30 to 1
Royal flush / 60 to  1

The player who has the Jackpot winning combination is paid out in the presence of an inspector only after the dealer has paid out all other winnings. The jackpot is paid only for the original five card hand that the player has been dealt.

ULTIMATE TEXAS HOLD'EM POKER

Ultimate Texas Hold'em is a ShuffleMaster table game which is played heads-up against the dealer and has an optional bonus bet called Trips. It was invented by Roger Snow, one of the most successful table game developers in...
Ultimate Texas Hold'em is a ShuffleMaster table game which is played heads-up against the dealer and has an optional bonus bet called Trips. It was invented by Roger Snow, one of the most successful table game developers in history. 


GETTING STARTED:
The player makes equal bets in the Ante and Blind circles. The player may also bet the Trips bonus. He will then receive two cards. 

BETTING:
When the player receives his two hole cards, he can either check or bet 3x-4x his Ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. If the player hasn't already made a Play bet, he has a choice: check or bet 2x his Ante. The dealer then reveals the final two community cards. If the player has not already bet, he has a choice: fold or bet 1x his Ante. 

WINNING & LOSING:
The dealer then reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If the player's hand beats the dealer's, his Play and Ante bets win even money. If the dealer's hand beats the player's hand, the player's Play, Ante and Blind lose. If the player ties, those bets push. The Blind pays if the player's winning hand is at least a Straight (see below for odds). If the player beats the dealer with less than a Straight, it pushes. 

DEALER QUALIFYING:
The dealer needs a pair to qualify. When the dealer doesn't qualify, he returns the player's Ante. All other bets receive action.    BLIND Payout

Hand

Payout

Royal Flush

500 to 1

Straight Flush

50 to 1

Quads

10 to 1

Full House

3 to 1

Flush

3 to 2

Straight

1 to 1

All Other

Push







                                      
 TRIPS Payout

Hand

Payout

Royal Flush

50 to 1

Straight Flush

40 to 1

Quads

30 to 1

Full House

8 to 1

Flush

6 to 1

Straight

5 to 1

Trips

3 to 1