What Casino Games Can You Play Live?

What Casino Games Can You Play Live?

Live casino games are the best thing to have happened to online casinos, at least if you love table games like poker and blackjack. Gone are the days for playing blackjack against RNG software or playing poker against bots.

Live casino games connect you with fellow human players. You can watch each other through video web cams, chat and compete in tournaments. The best part: you don’t need a powerful device to play these games. All you need is to choose the right live dealer game for you.

  • Blackjack

Blackjack is one of the most prestigious casino games. That’s because you play against the casino and not your fellow gamblers. If you win, you take away money from the house. If you lose, the house keeps your money.

Blackjack is a simple game to play. In live blackjack, you’re connected to a human dealer seated around a branded blackjack table. They have a deck of 52 cards. First, the dealer deals you two cards facing up. She then deals herself two cards, one of which faces down.

Next, you can hit for another card or stand. Depending on the casino, you can place a side bet, split cards or double down. To be clear, the rules also vary depending on the specific blackjack variant you choose:

  • Blackjack switch
  • Vegas Strip
  • Spanish 21
  • Pontoon Blackjack
  • Perfect Pairs


  • Roulette

Some people call it the devil’s game. Others believe it’s the best game to play if you’re a math wizard. All the same, roulette is a game of pure chance. In Las Vegas, some mathematicians have often used math to beat the odds.

But you don’t need to be a wizard to win a roulette. Bet on roulette and the wheel stops spinning on red—you win 1 to 1. Pick a number, from 1 to 36. If you’re correct, you get paid 35 to 1.

Now, roulette comes in two main versions:

  • European Roulette
  • American Roulette

The difference between these two versions is one pocket on the roulette wheel. American roulette has an extra slot occupied by double zero (00). And as a result, the game has longer (poorer) odds than its European counterpart.

  • Baccarat

Whenever James Bond feels like gambling in between missions, he plays baccarat. This card game is both interesting and confusing. For starters, it’s pronounced “Ba-ka-ra,” the letter ‘t’ is silent.

Second, you play baccarat between two hands—the banker and the player. You can bet on either hand or a tie. Winning means producing a hand closest to or equal to nine. If your hand exceeds nine, say 14, you don’t lose. Instead, your new hand is four.

Against that backdrop, baccarat takes a few rounds to understand. Play live dealer baccarat with Gamble online’s expert guide to learn how to place bets, strategies to use and the best casinos for baccarat. 

  • Texas Hold’em

Texas Hold’em is the most popular poker game. It is so famous that it has often attracted TV shows, million-dollar tournaments and dedicated poker sites. So, what’s so unique about the game?

Unlike most casino games, poker is based on skill. Sure, it helps to receive strong card combinations. But you can win even when you have weaker hands than your opponents. You can win by reading their tell (behavior) or by bluffing expertly. 

That being said, learning how to play Texas Hold’em is the easy part. There are four rounds in a game of 2-10 players. First, everyone receives two cards facing down. The next stage (flop), comes with three up cards. Then you receive one up card (turn) and a final up card (river).

The ultimate goal of Texas Hold’em is to produce the strongest hand. But as mentioned, you can scare your opponents to fold their cards by increasing the bet amounts during your turn. If that fails, the only way to win is by producing the strongest hand.

  • Omaha

Omaha is the second most popular poker game, well, behind Texas Hold’em. It comes in two types:

  • Hi
  • Hi-Lo

Omaha Hi challenges you to produce the best hand. To do so, you receive four cards facing down. Next, you receive three cards facing up. After that, you try and form the best hand possible. 

With Omaha Hi/Lo, there are two pots. First, you win if you produce the highest hand. Second, you win if you produce the lowest hand (5,4,3,2, A). 

Omaha Hi/Lo has several pots. There’s pot limit. Then there’s no limit Omaha. There’s also Limit Omaha and Mixed limit Omaha. Each type has rules that determine the specific amount of money you can wager per game. 

  • Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher is like a wheel of fortune. It features a host that spins a wheel with numbers published all around the wheel. Guess where the wheel stops and you stand to win money. The standard Dream Catcher Game by Evolution features 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 40.

You win an amount of money correspondent to the number you predict. If you predict 5, you win 5 to 1. If you predict 40, you win 40 to 1. To make the game more exciting, Dream Catcher has a bonus multiplier, which can double or increase your profits by seven times.

  • Craps

Craps involve betting on the outcome of dice. It’s a little bit sophisticated, though. There’s a pass bet: You win if the outcome is number 7 or 11. You lose if it’s 2, 3 or 12. Any other outcome (point) leads to another round known as the come out roll.

If the shooter rolls another point number, they roll again. If they produce the same number, they win. If they roll a seven, they lose. At this point, another person shoots the dice. Craps is a game of pure chance. 

The main point is to decide whether to place a pass line bet or a don’t pass bet. While the game is based on chance, it has an impressive house edge of 1.41%. 

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