Now that we’ve explained what sets our guides to casino games apart, let’s look inside. As we said up top, they’re equally for novices to learn how to play as well as for seasoned enthusiasts to gain a new perspective on methods they never really understood properly. It is recommended that you follow it in the order presented below if you’re a complete beginner. Otherwise, feel free to jump in at any point that suits your skill level. Curious? Then, take a look at what’s in store for you to get an idea on where you should begin.
Can you define a whale, eye in the sky and wonging in relation to live casino? If you only know the first term to refer to the marine mammal, and have no idea about the other two, consider the glossary as your starting point. The list of terms is categorised by type and alphabetised with simple definitions of 70 words or less. It’s the place to familiarise yourself with the language used in later parts of our guide or look up that word you heard the dealer use while playing blackjack online.
“How do I win at live baccarat?”, “what is the blackjack “perfect strategy”?”
, and “how do I win at live baccarat?”
. If you’ve ever asked yourself those questions - or didn’t even know you needed to ask them - then a look through each game’s FAQ page will broaden your knowledge bank. There are answers to everything from those too-scared-to-ask-out-loud questions to more complex ones, with the option to rate whether the reply was helpful and give feedback if it wasn’t.
How to play
Subdivided into three parts, the core part of the game guides begins here. The basics section paints the picture of each one’s set-up with descriptions of its pieces and parts - such as the table, wheel, cards, dealer, environment and interface - that make it unique. This is followed by your introduction to the rules and types of bets. A run-through of a standard round will be explained first followed by definitions of any other game-specific rules. Then you’ll see the bet type defined in detail with examples for added clarity. Every How to play
page concludes by answering what these bets pay in concise odds tables.
Next, you’ll be eased into realising that these fundamentals apply across numerous -variants of each game. From land-based ones dating back 500 years that made their way online to versions only possible due to modern technology, each one is given an overview with examples and a clear explanation of how the wheel, surface, number of cards, decks, dealer, dealer actions differ, how it’s played and where it’s popular with recommendations of where to go and which tables to try.
Do the names Martingale, Fibonacci and D’Alembert ring a bell? Well, they’re advantage play techniques that can give your game an edge but aren’t strictly cheating. The betting strategy page begins with a general introduction followed by clear sections on each betting system with tables, images and play-by-plays to help the explanation stick. It’s important to remember that they’re all still purely luck-based, no matter how you choose to bet, and only blackjack can be manipulated somewhat through the use of mathematics, but you’ll realise that as you read.
The cherry on top are the add-ons that support each game guide. There are tables that summarise the best bits as well as ones that contrast the pros and cons. Tips and fun facts make every page interesting while charts and anecdotes provide you with practical help. What more could you ask for?