Baccarat  Baccarat is a popular casino table game played with cards. It is also referred to as punto banco. It is an easy card game to get the hang of and is therefore good for beginners.

Only two people can play each hand. At live dealer casinos, you’ll play against the dealer. If you’re playing a computer version of baccarat, you’ll play against the computer.

One of three things will occur in each game. You could win the hand, the opponent could win the hand, or you could tie the result.

The game begins with two cards for each player. The card values are added together to find the value. The aim is to get as close to nine as possible. When cards are dealt that add up to a greater value, the numbers are added again. If you receive two nine cards, this adds up to 18, so you would then add one and eight together to reach nine… the number you need.

If you get five or less, you can choose to receive another card. Otherwise, you would stick with what you have, hoping the dealer has a lower number.

The odds of winning a single hand of baccarat are 44.62%.


Craps  Craps, also historically known as Seven Eleven, is a dice game. It is played on a craps table, typically shown from above when playing at an online casino.

Two dice are used for each game. The idea is to bet on the outcome of one or more rolls of those dice. The same applies of course to playing on the best paying online casinos.

Bank craps is the most common form of the game found online. Other variations may also crop up, such as New York craps or low-limit craps.

The house edge varies depending on the type of bet you select. A pass line bet is the most important bet in the game. The shooter (dice thrower) must try and achieve a roll of either 7 or 11. If they do, they win the bet. If they roll 2, 3, or 12, they lose. The house edge for the pass line bet are 1.41%.

Some wagers, such as pass odds or don’t pass odds, have a theoretical 0% house edge. However, that wager must be possible for this to occur. The largest house edge is usually for any 7, which pays four to one and attracts a house edge of 16.9%. The game can make a nice break from real money online slots.

Newcomers often find craps complicated to understand. Learning the different wagers and how to play the game makes things easier. Playing a demo first is a smart way to learn.