Types of Games
We offer the following games in our casinos:
American Roulette is a very popular game. The layout consists of 37 numbers including "0" in the same wheel but in a random order. The players can choose to bet on a number or combination of numbers. The dealer then spins the ball and whichever number the ball drops, is called the winning number. All the chips on that number and the chips covering that number wins and are be paid accordingly.
Blackjack is a game played with 6/8 decks of cards. Cards of rank 2 through 10 are scored according to their face value. All face cards are 10 points. The highest hand in blackjack is an Ace and any 10 point card during the initial deal and is called a blackjack .It pays one and half times your original bet. Aside from a blackjack, a winning hand pays even money. The player wins if his hand has more points then the dealer without going over 21, loses if they are less and ties if they are same as the dealer's points.

A round of blackjack begins with each player placing a bet directly in front of him. The dealer deals two cards for each bet and one card for the house. Then the dealer will act upon each of the hands .If the player wishes to take more cards then he has to indicate to the dealer by tapping behind the box, if not then just wave across. Then the dealer draws cards on the dealer's hand until the points reach a total of 17 or more. If the dealers total goes over 21 then all the bets are paid .If not then each hand is compared with the dealer's hand and paid or taken accordingly.

A player can also split his first two cards if they are of equal point value into two hands. A player may split upto 3 times if splitting opportunity arises. A player may also double on two cards by placing an extra wager equal to his original bet and will be given only one card. A player can also bet on insurance bet when the dealer is showing an Ace. It basically means that the player is betting that the dealer is getting a blackjack and it is paid two times.
Craps or Dice:
Craps is a very fast game. Players wager money against the outcome of one roll, or of a series of rolls of two dice. They take turns to roll the dice. To begin, the shooter (Player who is rolling the dice) must bet the table minimum on either the "Pass" line or the "Don't Pass" line which are also referred as "Line Bets". Other players at the table will make bets on the shooter's dice rolls. In this roll a dice result of 7 or 11 is called a "natural," resulting in a win for players who made pass line bets. If the shooter's come-out roll is a 2, 3 or 12, it is called "craps" and the players loose their pass line bet. If the remaining numbers of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 are rolled on the come-out roll, this number becomes the "point." The shooter will then try and re-roll the dice until the point is rolled again. If the shooter is successful in rolling the point again, the result is a win for those who bet the pass line. But if the shooter rolls a 7 instead of the point (called a "seven-out"), the round ends immediately with the dice being passed to the next player who becomes the new shooter. The "Don't Pass Line is opposite to the "PassLine". Craps is available on Casino Royale at this point of time.
Baccarat is an easy card game played with 8 decks of cards. Players can choose to bet either on “Player” or “Banker” hand. The object of the game is to get as close to 9 (nine) points as possible. Two cards are drawn to each of Banker hand and Player hand and a third card shall be drawn to either/both hands according to the drawing rules, the hand with the sum of cards closest to 9 wins (10, J, Q, K count as 0-zero). The dealer will draw the cards according the below tableau’.
Pontoon is similar to Blackjack with few variations. The object of the games is same as in blackjack, where the player is trying to achieve a total of 21 or close to 21 and beat the dealer’s total. However there is no push or stand off. Dealer wins on all ties. The dealer initially deals two face-up cards to each player and one card for the dealer. According to their card total, players have an option to either draw more cards or stand. When additional cards are drawn, if the hand total goes over 21 points, they loose the bet and the cards are removed. After all players have played out their hands the dealer shall continue to draw cards until a total of 17 points or more, except the dealer shall hit a soft 17. The dealer will also stop with any five-card hand regardless of total points. The dealer shall compare their hand to each player’s hand and winning players shall be paid according to the following ranking:
5- Card Draw Poker:
5-Card poker is a game played with 1 deck of cards. Player makes an ante wager plus an additional bet which is called the bonus bet. Each player and the dealer get five cards each. All cards are dealt face down, except one dealer card is exposed. The player may examine his own cards but sharing of information is not allowed. A Player must fold or if he wants to bet then he has to put exactly double of his ante money. If player folds he forfeits his cards, ante bet, and side bet (if made)

Once all the decisions are made on the table, the dealer will turn over his other four cards. The dealer must have an ace and a king or higher to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify the player will win even money on the ante wager only. If the dealer qualifies and beats the player, both ante and raise will lose. If the dealer qualifies and loses to the player, then the ante will pay even money and the bet is paid according to the odds for the different hands .The different hands can be a pair, two pairs, three of one kind, flush, full house, straight, four of a kind, straight flush and royal flush.

A bonus bet is a side bet and is paid anytime there is a bonus qualifying hand .The bonus is paid for flush, full house, four of a kind, straight flush and royal flush. A player is also allowed to buy one or two cards at the cost of the ante bet, but you lose the bonus bet.
3-Card Poker:
3-card poker is a game played with 1 deck of cards. Player makes an ante and/or pair plus bet. The dealer gives each player three cards and himself three cards. The player may examine his own cards. The dealer's cards are dealt face down. If the player made the ante bet, then he has must either fold or bet. If the player folds, he loses his ante wager. If the player bets, then he must make an additional bet, equal exactly to his ante bet.

Once all the decisions are made on the table the dealer will turn over his cards. The dealer needs a queen high or better to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify then the player will win even money on the ante bet and the bet will push. If the dealer qualifies, then the player's hand will be compared to the dealer's hand, the higher hand wins. If the player has the higher hand then the ante and bet will both pay even money. If the dealer has the higher hand then the ante and bet will both lose. If the player and dealer tie then the ante and bet will push. If the player made the ante bet and has a straight or higher then the player will receive an ante bonus, regardless of the value of the dealer's hand.

The pair plus bet will pay entirely based on the value of the player's hand. If the hand does not qualify for the pair plus bonus then that bet loses. The different hands which qualify for the pair plus are a pair which pays even money, flush paying 4 times, straight paying 5 times, 3 of a kind paying 30 times and straight flush paying 40 times.