Rules

Brush up on your knowledge with our casino game rules.

  • Blackjack

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    Blackjack is composed of a dealer and a player. The dealer has six decks of cards, all mixed together.

    Before the dealer starts dealing the cards, the player chooses the amount they want to bet by double-clicking on the chips pile, varying from CHF 1, CHF 5, CHF 10, CHF 25, CHF 50, CHF 100 to CHF 500, in order to place their bets. After placing their bet(s) the player must press the Play button.

    As soon as the dealer starts dealing the cards, the player can't change their bets anymore.
    Different buttons will light up according to the different possibilities and to begin the gameplay. For example, if i's possible to split the cards into two piles, the button Split will appear allowing the player to play with two separate hands.

    The aim of Blackjack is for the player to reach or to get as close as possible to 21 by adding the values of all the cards received by the dealer, per hand, without exceeding 21. The player wins the game if they have a total of 21 or if their total amount is higher than the dealer's, bearing in mind that they will lose the game, or 'bust', if they exceed the amount of 21. If the player's amount is equal to that of the dealer's, the player will have their initial bet returned.

    Standard cards are valued according to their number. Face cards are all valued at 10. With an Ace the player can choose to value it at either 1 or 11.

    • The player receives two cards face-up. The player can take as many cards as they want and tries to get as close to 21 as possible
    • The dealer will also receive their cards; one face-up, the other face-down. The dealer will only return their 'hidden' card once the player is done with their game.
    • After this the croupier turns over the 'hidden' card.
    • If the dealer's total amount is between 17 and 21, the dealer must 'stand'.
    • If the total amount of their cards is equal or less than 16, the dealer will continue to hit cards until they reach a total amount of 17 or more.
    • As soon as they exceed 21, the dealer loses the game and the player wins the bet.
    • The player wins the game if the total amount of their hand is higher than the total amount of the dealer's hand, without exceeding 21.
    • All hands that are less than the total amount of the dealer's hand will lose.
    • If the player has a Blackjack (a 10 or a figure with an Ace), they will win one-and-a-half time his bet unless the dealer also has a Blackjack. In that case it would be a draw.

    OPTIONS:

    'DOUBLE'
    The player can press the 'DOUBLE' button after having received their first two cards.
    This option will automatically double the initial bet made by the player and the dealer will serve the player a third card face-up.
    The player will not be able to receive further cards.
    It is only possible for the player to double when they receive their first two cards or after having split their game.

    'SPLIT'
    If the first two cards received by the player have the same value, the player will be entitled to split their hand into two different hands.
    Each hand is played independently.
    The player now plays with two different hands and they can ask for as many cards as they want for each of their hands so long as he does not exceed 21.
    If the player wants to split two Aces, if they get Blackjack it will be considered a single 21. If the dealer also receives a 21, this will be considered a draw.

    'STOP'
    The player can press the 'STOP' button after having received their first two cards.
    This operation allows the player to quit the game and to recover all or half of their initial bet, depending on the state of play.
    The game will then begin again as normal.

    'INSURANCE'
    The player has the choice to take an 'INSURANCE' when the dealer's face-up card is an Ace. This means that the player may gamble one half of their initial bet to insure against losing their entire bet if the dealer shows, besides his Ace, a hand with a 10 or a face card.
    If the dealer's hand is an Ace and a 10, the player wins-two-and-a-half times their insurance bet (which means they would keep his initial bet and their insurance bet).
    If the dealer's face-down card has a value of less than 10, the player will lose their insurance bet and the game continue as normal. The winner will be the one who is the closest to 21.
    You cannot Split or Double when you have Insurance.

    'Push' or 'Draw':
    There is a draw when the dealer and the player have the same total amount in card values. In case of a draw, no one loses and the player's initial bet is returned.

  • European Roulette

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    There are many different ways of placing bets in European Roulette. Each bet covers a selection of different numbers and has a different distribution, as it's shown in the section of the Payout Scheme (see below). The European version of Roulette has only one zero and offers more chances to win than American Roulette which has two zeros.

    • Each player must initially choose the amount they wish to bet.
    • The player then places their bet(s) on the desired box(es).
    • After having placed their bet(s), the player must press the Play button in order for the dealer to activate the roulette wheel.
    • Once the ball has stopped in a virtual pocket, the dealer will announce the amount won by the player (if any).

    Single Bet
    The player can bet on any number, including 0, by placing a chip directly on a number.

    Split Bet
    The player can bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line separating the two numbers.

    Street Bet
    The player bets on three numbers in a horizontal line on the roulette table. Players place the chip on the vertical line between the outside and inside betting areas and win if the ball lands on any of the three corresponding numbers.

    Corner Bet
    The player can bet on four numbers by placing a chip on the corner where four numbers meet at one point.

    Double Street Bet
    The player can bet on two street bets, or six different numbers in two rows of three (streets), by placing a chip on the interior left border line intersecting the two rows.

    Column Bet
    There are three boxes labelled '2:1' at the bottom of the number columnns.

    • The player can bet on all these numbers by placing their chips on one of these boxes.
    • If the ball stops on one of the numbers from the player's column, the player is paid according to a ratio of 2:1. 0 is a losing number.

    Dozen Bet
    The player can gamble on a group of 12 numbers by placing their chips in one of the three boxes marked '1st 12', '2nd 12', or '3rd 12'.

  • If the ball lands on one of the player's 12 numbers, the pay-out has a ratio of 2:1. 0 is a losing number.

Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bet
The player can place a bet on one of the boxes to the left, on the long side of the table, covering half of the roulette table's numbers (except for the zero).

  • Each box covers 18 numbers.
  • The player bets the same amount on all of their bets (1 to 1); 0 is a losing number.

Previous Numbers Screen
The previous numbers screen shows the last 13 results.


SINGLE BET:
1 number
35:1
SPLIT BET:
2 numbers
17:1
STREET BET:
3 numbers
11:1
CORNER BET:

4 numbers

8:1

DOUBLE STREET BET:

6 numbers

5:1

COLUMN BET:
12 numbers
2:1
DOZEN BET:

12 numbers

2:1

SIMPLE BETS (low, high, even, odd, red, black):

18 numbers

1:1

Note: you can make bets which include two, three or four numbers.

  • For example, by using the zero, the player can place bets on: 1+0, 1+2+0, 2+0, 3+0, or 1+2+3+0.
  • American Roulette

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    There are many different ways to place bets in American Roulette. Each bet covers a selection of different numbers and has a different distribution, as it's shown in the section of the 'Payout Scheme'.

    American Roulette differs from European Roulette by having a double zero (ie with 0 and 00) offering more betting possibilities for players.

    • Each player must initially choose the amount they want to bet
    • and then place their bet on the desired virtual pocket)s.
    • After having placed their bet(s), the player must then press the 'play' button in order for the dealer to activate the roulette wheel.
    • Once the ball has stopped in one of the virtual pockets, the dealer will announce the amount won by the player (if any).

    Single Bet
    The player can bet on any number, including 0 and 00, by placing a chip directly on a number.

    Split Bet
    The player can bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line separating the two numbers.

    Street Bet
    The player gambles on three numbers in a horizontal line on the roulette table. Players place the chip on the vertical line between the outside and inside betting areas and win if the ball lands on any of the three corresponding numbers.

    Corner Bet
    The player can bet on four numbers by placing a chip on the corner where four numbers meet at one point.

    Top Line Bet
    The player can bet on the numbers 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3 by placing a chip at the point intersecting 0, 1, 2, or 00, 2, 3.

    Double Street Bet
    The player can bet on two street bets, or six different numbers in two rows of three (streets), by placing a chip on the interior left border line intersecting the two rows.

    Dozen Bet
    The player can gamble on a group of 12 numbers by placing their chips in one of the three boxes marked '1st 12', '2nd 12', or '3rd 12'.

  • If the roulette ball lands on one of the player's 12 numbers, the player is paid 2:1. 0 and 00 are losing numbers.
  • Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bet
    The player can bet on one of the boxes to the left, on the long side of the table, covering half of the roulette table’s numbers (except for the zero).

    • Each box covers 18 numbers.
    • The player bets the same amount on all of their wagers (1 to 1); 0 and 00 are losing numbers.

    Previous Numbers Screen
    The previous numbers screen shows the last thirteen results.


    Payout scheme
    SINGLE BET:

    1 number

    35:1

    SPLIT BET:

    2 numbers

    17:1

    STREET BET:

    3 numbers

    11:1

    CORNER BET:

    4 numbers

    8:1

    TOP LINE:
    5 numbers
    6:1
    DOUBLE STREET BET:

    6 numbers

    5:1

    DOZEN BET:

    12 numbers

    2:1

    SIMPLE BETS (low, high, even, odd, red, black):

    18 numbers

    1:1

    Note: The player is entitled to place bets which involve two, three, four or five numbers.

    • For example, by using the zeros, the player can place bets on: 1+0, 1+2+0, 2+0, 3+00, or 1+2+3+0+00.
  • Progressive Roulette

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    Rules for the Progressive Roulette are the same as for European Roulette.

    • Like European Roulette, Progressive Roulette has numbered pockets ranging from 0 to 36.
    • The minimum bet is two credits:
      • One credit must be used on a side bet;
      • the other credit on the table.

    The side bet makes you eligible for additional payouts according to the rules below:

    The side bet is added to the total progressive amount with each spin if you get the number you predicted:

    • 2 times in a row, you win 15 credits
    • 3 times in a row, you win 15 credits + 200 credits
    • 4 times in a row, you win 15 credits + 200 credits + 3,000 credits
    • 5 times in a row, you win 15 credits + 200 credits + 3,000 credits + the progressive Jackpot

    Irregularities cancel all games and payments.

  • Slot Machines

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    To play on our Slot Machines, the player must first decide the amount they want to bet. Choose the bet amount by pressing the plus (+) or minus (-) stake button.


    The player must then decide how many lines they would like to bet on. You can play a maximum of nine lines. Select the desired number of lines by repeatedly pressing the Select Lines button.


    After choosing the amount they want to bet per line and the number of lines they want to bet on, they can also choose to bet from 1x up to 3x their initial bet.


    The player has the choice of pressing the buttons corresponding with the number of bets available per line, e.g. 'BET 1', 'BET 3', 'BET 5' and so on, or 'BET MAX'.


    How Slot Machines Work

    A game commences when:

    • The player makes a bet from their credit meter that is not part of any previous game. A game is considered completed when:

    A game is considered completed when:

    • The player cannot continue play activity without committing additional credits from the credit meter, and does not have credits at risk

    The following are all considered to be part of a single game, i.e. fulfilment is required for a game to be completed:

    • Games that trigger a Free Game feature and any subsequent Free Games
    • Metamorphic features
    • 'Second screen' Bonus feature(s)
    • The player's favourite games
    • Games where the rules permit betting with additional credits
    • Game features

    The period after completion of a game and before commencement of the next game is known as Idle Mode.

    'BET 1':
    BET 1 allows the player to bet one coin per game and per line.
    After having placed their bet, the player must press the SPIN button which will automatically activate the slot.

    'BET 2':
    BET 2 allows a player to bet 2 coins per game and per line.
    After having placed their bet, the player must press the SPIN button which will automatically activate the slot.

    'BET 3':
    BET 3 Bet 3 allows the player to gamble two coins per game and per line.
    After having placed their bet, the player must press the SPIN button which will automatically activate the slot.

    'BET MAX':
    BET MAX allows the player to automatically bet the maximum number of coins per game and per line.
    After having placed their bet, the player does not necessarily have to press the SPIN button as the 'BET MAX' button may automatically activate the slot.

  • Video Poker

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    Our video poker games are part of our family of online slot machines, but the winning combinations are the same as standard poker.

    The aim of video poker is to get the best possible hand from five cards.


    The player must first choose how much they want to bet and the number of times they want to bet that amount, up to BET MAX which allows you to bet the maximum amount for the game.
    Press the CARDS button to receive your first five cards.
    Choose which cards you want to keep or discard by either clicking on the card or the button directly beneath it.
    Press the CARDS button again to deal the second hand. The dealer will automatically deal a new set of cards according to how many the player has discarded. This is the only instance of keeping / discarding cards in the game.


    The aim of the game is to get the best possible card combination according to the rules of standard poker.

    Payouts
    The payout scheme vary according to the game/tables on which the player is playing.

    Example: An example of the payout scheme for Video Poker: 'Jacks or Better':

    Winning hands:

    Jacks or Better: The player only wins if they receive a pair of Jacks, Queens, Kings or Aces.
    A lower pair will not result in a win.
    Two Pair: Two pairs of two cards of the same rank (e.g. a pair of Kings and a pair of 2s).
    Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same rank (e.g. three 7s).
    Straight: Five consecutive cards of different suits (e.g. 2 of Hearts, 3 of Spades, 4 of Clubs, 5 of Diamonds, 6 of Clubs).
    Flush: Five cards of the same suit in any order (e.g. 2, A, 9, 5, Queen of Hearts).
    Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same rank (e.g. 7 of Diamonds, 7 of Clubs, 7 of Hearts, 7 of Spades).
    Straight flush: Five consecutive cards of the same suit (e.g. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 of Clubs).
    Royal Flush: Five consecutive cards of the same family starting from 10 and ending with Ace (e.g. 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace of Spades).


    1 Coin

    2 Coins

    3 Coins

    4 Coins

    5 Coins

    Royal Flush

    250

    500

    750

    1000

    3000

    Straight Flush

    50

    100

    150

    200

    250

    4 of a Kind

    25

    40

    60

    80

    100

    Full House

    6

    12

    18

    30

    35

    Flush

    5

    10

    15

    24

    25

    Straight

    4

    8

    12

    16

    20

    3 of a Kind

    3

    6

    9

    12

    15

    Double Pair

    2

    4

    6

    8

    10

    Jacks or Better

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

  • Stud Poker

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    • The player must first choose how much they want to bet and then press the PLAY button for the dealer to distribute the cards.
    • The player and the dealer both receive five cards. All the dealer's cards are face-down except for one.
    • At this stage of the game the player knows their five cards are and also what the dealer's one face-up card is.
    • The player must decide whether they want to see the dealer’s remaining four cards by pressing the RAISE button, or whether they prefer to give up their hand by pressing the PASS button.

    By pressing the PASS button the player loses their initial bet.
    By pressing the RAISE button the game continues and the player's initial bet is doubled.

    The dealer will then have to show their five cards to the player.
    The dealer will only qualify if their card combination includes an Ace and a King.

    • If the dealer does not qualify and the player has bet, the player wins the amount of their bet and recovers both their initial bet and raise bet.
    • If the dealer qualifies and the dealers hand beats that of the player, the player loses both their initial bet and their raising bet.
    • If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer's hand, the player wins the game. The dealer will return all bets to the player; the player's initial bet, raising bet, plus the applicable winnings from the card combination, are all doubled. (See below for more details on the payout scheme for Stud poker).

    Caribbean Stud Poker Payouts

    Hand

    Win

    Royal Flush

    100 to 1

    Straight Flush

    50 to 1

    4 of a Kind

    20 to 1

    Full House

    10 to 1

    Flush

    8 to 1

    Straight

    5 to 1

    3 of a Kind

    3 to 1

    2 pair

    2 to 1

    Pair

    1 to 1


  • Wheel of Fortune

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    The aim of the game is for the player to predict on which number the Wheel of Fortune ball will land.

    1. The player must first choose the amount they want to bet according to the minimum and maximum limits established.
    2. They must then choose the number on which they believe the Wheel of Fortune ball will land on.

    The dealer will then activate the Wheel of Fortune. When it stops spinning, the ball will land on a number and the round is up.

    The player wins their bet when the ball stops on the number they have predicted. In order for the result to be valid, the Wheel of Fortune must not be disturbed and must also complete three full turns.

    The dealer takes the losing bets and pays the winning bets according to the following scheme:



    BET

    PAYOUT

    NUMBER OF CHANCES
    ON THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE

    1
    2
    5
    10
    20
    40 Joker
    40 Casino

    1 to 1
    2 to 1
    5 to 1
    10 to 1
    20 to 1
    40 to 1
    40 to 1

    24
    15
    7
    4
    2
    1
    1

  • Keno Shootout

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    If you're a fan of Keno, then try Keno Shootout, an exciting game that could see you win big!

    To begin, select between two and ten different numbers from the main game grid which contains numbers from 1 to 80. The more numbers you select, the greater the total potential payouts are, but the number of hits required will also increase. You can deselect a number by clicking on it again or remove all selections made by clicking the Clear button.

    After you’ve selected your numbers, click the Play button to place the bet and start the game. You also have the option of playing five or ten rounds in one go by selecting the play 5 or 10 button.
    For each game, 20 numbers will be selected at random and will be displayed on the main game grid. If any of these numbers matched the numbers selected by the player at the start of the game, a hit is recorded. If a certain number of hits is reached winnings may be awarded.

  • Money Balloons

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    Money Balloons is as entertaining as it is easy to play, and gives you the chance to win a fortune! It's a great option if you're taking a break from your favourite games and want to try something new. The rules are simple: just Burst each balloon with your pin to reveal a number from 1 to 9. Score three numbers in a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally and you're a winner! Burst the last 'prize' balloon to find out how much you've won. It could be your lucky day with a jackpot of 7777 coins.

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