We’ve all been there, sat at the Blackjack table, paying an arm and a leg for drinks and they chap to your right just can’t make his mind up whether to hit or stand. Now imagine you could do casino your way, in your comfy chair, with your drink just the way you like it. No, this isn’t a dream, it’s Live Casino!
The reason people love Live Casinos is that they allow you to play all of your most liked games from the comfort of your home. Most Casinos don’t even require you to install any software or clients, it can all be played on your desktop, mobile or tablet. It couldn’t be easier to get the best live casino games right at your fingertips. Given the rise of smartphones it’s even possible to play on the go, anywhere, the only limit is your imagination!
So what live casino games can you expect to find out there? Read on to find out more.
Live Blackjack – it’s the most widely played casino game throughout the world, with fans in all corners of the globe. It’s an easy game to learn the basics and as you delve deeper you can learn strategies that can help give you an edge over the house! The aim of Blackjack is to hold a higher card value than the dealer, up to, but not exceeding 21. If you are dealt an ace and a face card (including 10) this is Blackjack and it pays 3:2. Any other winning hands pay 1:1. With Live Blackjack you can have the full casino experience, and a real life croupier will deal and turn your cards.
Live Roulette – no casino can be without it, and live casinos are the same! Roulette is an old favourite and it’s easy to see why – you can place many different bets on where you think the ball will land within the wheel. So why not sit back, relax and have a spin in your sofa, it couldn’t be simpler!
Live Baccarat – Baccarat is a classic comparing card game – and the preferred game of James Bond. The aim is to have a higher value hand than the dealer, the highest value being 9. The value of numbered cards is equal to their numerical value, ace equals one and face cards equal ten. The value of your hand is taken from the furthest right number (being dealt a 3 and a King would give your hand a value of 3, as 3 is the furthest). You can place bets on whether you or the dealer will win, or a tie, which pays 8:1 your bet.