Gambling can be a tricky business. If you don’t know what you’re doing, but have the cash to play, then you will find that you will go home empty handed.
So to be more like James Bond and less like a homeless guy, we’ve compiled the best games you should play when gambling or at your local casino. Alternatively, if you don’t feel like leaving the house, you can try playing casino games online with bwin.
Poker is your quint-essential student game, and you will find it being played in your halls very late at night. Although it looks complicated, once you have got your head around the rules it is very easy to play and beat your friends at. The game is based on having 5 cards and the ability to trick your opposition into thinking you have one of the winning hands: pair, two pair, three of a kind, straight, flush, full house, four of a kind, straight flush, and royal flush.
Watch for peoples “tell” (how they give themselves away to not or having the right set of cards) as this will tell you when to bet or not.
Slot machines are a love/hate affair. Simply put your money into the machine and pull a lever/push a button. If you match up the symbols you get a cash prize. The problem is that these machines can become addictive and you can lose a lot of money. If you really want to win then stay on the same machine and keep playing until you get your payload. There are people who will wait until a player gets annoyed with the machine and then take over. The work (and money) you have put in could lead to someone else getting your jackpot.
This game revolves more around luck than any other on this list. You play the game by placing chips you would like to wager on a gaming table. The table consists of numbers ranging from 0 to 36 and 00. There is also other the choice to bet on colours (red and black), odds and evens, and lows and highs.
Once you have bet the dealer spins a ball on a roulette wheel. Where the ball stops is the wining bet. Pure luck most of the time, but you can make a pretty penny if you bet on the colours and odds/evens.
Often played James Bond, this game is quite simple when you get your head around it.
After you have placed your et the dealer will deal our two 2 card hands. One of these is the bankers and the others is the players. These numbers are added up and if they go over ten then this is dropped leaving a single number. The winning hand would be the higher of the two between banker and player.