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Playing casino games gives the chance of some great entertainment and sometimes to win some cash. But be careful. Essentially they’re games of pure chance although there are ways to minimise losses and increase your winning chances.

Entering an online casino is like being an 8 year old walking into a sweet shop – there are so many variations of casino games to choose from that for the first few times you won’t know where to look first.

With just a couple of clicks you’ll be able choose from hundreds of variants of the main types of games. It can be bewildering, and you may well want to have a go at all of them.

That would be a mistake.

Take your time, get to know the games first. After all, it’s your hard earned cash that’s at stake, and you’ll want the best chance of keeping it intact and maybe winning some more. As you get a taster of each type you’ll eventually get to know what you like best, what gives the most entertainment and best chances of winning,  and you’ll go straight to those in future.

To make it easier, here’s a top level view of the game options you’ll find in any online casino. We’ve designed this introduction to show how the games will most likely be listed in any casino you visit, and by the end of this basic beginners page you’ll know just what types of games are available and where to find them, plus you’ll have taken your first steps to understanding the different variations of each type of game.

Table Games

 

There’s a simple reason for calling these types of games ‘table games’ – quite simply they’re games which are played on a table in front of you. They’ll include well know favourites such as the card games of blackjack, baccarat, 3 card poker, and Caribbean Stud.

You’ll also find roulette and dice games like craps in this bracket.

Slots

 

Slots games are wildly popular, even if out of all casino games they’re the least predictable and whether you win or not is down to pure chance. It’s precisely this unpredictablity – allied to some enticing options for different slots types and some fever inducing features – that positions them among the most-played games in the casino.

There’s a lot to take into account if you want to play slots. read the GamblersFever slots guide for more info.

Video Poker

 

Video poker is a casino game that gives a similar level of excitement to that of playing the slot machines. It’s based on the 5 card draw variation of poker – 5 cards, make your best hand, beat the dealer.

It’s based on the 5 card draw variation of poker – 5 cards, make your best hand, beat the dealer.

Sound simple?

It is!

But there are many different types of video poker, some of which offer a very low house edge which will keep your bankroll lasting longer.

Specialty Games

 

Specialty games are often those you’ll want to avoid. It’s down to pure luck whether you’ll win or not playing them. Personally I find little interest in playing a casino game where the odds are so heavily against you.

That said, they do offer the chance of some valuable quick wins, and sometimes for a low outlay. If you hit the specialty games link on an online casino page, you’ll be presented with such options as keno, scratch tickets, lottery games and bingo.

Arcade Games

 

Arcade style games will be well known to anyone that’s ever played on a games console. There is a little skill involved – mainly in the form of manual dexterity – and these types of games are becoming increasingly popular to the point where most casinos will have a dedicated section.

Summary

Casinos are built to take your money. That’s their job, and they’re very good at it. But from a pure entertainment perspective, it’s hard to beat casino games.

You can win, and many do, but you should be careful and look at it from this entertainment perspective. You’re paying for the fun, just don’t overpay…and you may even end up with more money than you started with.

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