Complete Casino Game Guides

Before you can start playing at online casinos you'll need to learn the rules of the most popular casino games. This page is designed to teach you how to play games like Roulette, Blackjack, Slots, and much more. To get started, click any of the below links to read a full guide on the respective game. The game guides will teach you how to play the game, any special rules you need to know, the bets you can make, and common etiquette for the respective casino game. Enjoy, and good luck!

Baccarat - Baccarat is a popular card game that pits players against the casino.

Blackjack - Blackjack is the most popular casino game in the world.

Caribbean Stud - Caribbean Stud is a poker game that is actually a variation of 5 Card Draw.

Craps - Craps is a thrilling dice game that can be played by up to 20 players at a time.

Keno - Keno is a lottery type game that is nice and easy to play.

Let it Ride - Let it Ride is a fun card game that uses poker hand rankings.

Roulette - Roulette is a table game that involves a spinning ball falling onto a spinning wheel.

Slots - Slots are one of the simplest casino games out there, and have huge jackpots.

Video Poker - Video Poker is similar to slots as you play it at an individual machine.

Which Casino Games are Easiest?

If you're looking for a nice simple casino game to get started with, you should stick to Slots, Video Poker, or Keno. All of those games only have a few options as far as player input goes, so you can sit back and enjoy the gambling without having to read a full rulebook. Once you master those you can move on to more complicated games such as Craps, Blackjack, or Roulette.

The House Edge

It's always important to remember that the house ALWAYS has an advantage in every casino game they offer. This edge can range from as little as 0.5% to as high as 15% or more, depending on what game you're playing and what strategy you're using. As long as you use a solid strategy the house edge shouldn't be higher than 5%, but always keep in mind that you're an underdog, so only gamble with money you can afford to lose.