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Game Rules

Slots Basic Rules

There are 5 reels which rotate when you click the SPIN button. On each reel there are 9 symbols. When betting you may bet from 1 to 20 paylines, each counting as a separate bet. The object is to have 2 or more symbols on a payline to win. The more symbols on a payline, the higher the payout. Our slot machine is provably fair.


Subject to change, please see game for current paytable.


Subject to change, please see game for current reels.

Scatter Symbols

A slot players best friend! The scatter does not have to line up on a payline to win, it just has to appear on the reels. See the current paytable for payout information.

Wildcard Symbols

Wildcard symbols act like the joker in a deck of cards and can be used with any other symbols on a reel to win. The Wildcard symbol has the ability to substitute for any other symbol on the reels and complete a payline that wouldn't otherwise result in a win for the player. See the current paytable for payout information.


Players can also initiate Auto-Mode and set the number of games to be played, number of wins, number of losses or balance threshold reached before stopping.

Blackjack Basic Rules

Blackjack is also known as 21. In Blackjack cards numbered 2-10 are worth their numerical value shown on the card. Face cards (the cards with pictures) are worth 10. The Ace card can be worth 1 or 11 depending upon the need. The combination of a Face Card with an Ace is called Blackjack (a value of 21). Our game uses 1 deck of cards that is reshuffled after every hand.


The game is won by beating the dealer's hand total without going over 21. If you are dealt 21 points exactly, this is called a "blackjack" which pays the player 3:2. For instance if you bet 200 Credits, you would win 500 Credits with a blackjack. A regular win pays 2:1 as does Insurance.

The player wins with a blackjack.


The dealer will deal one card facing up to the player, then one facing up to the dealer, the next card is dealt to the player and the final card is dealt facing down to the dealer. At this point the player can "hit" for another card until they feel they have a higher hand than the dealer or they go over 21.

Once the player has all the cards they feel they need to win they can choose to "stand" which means the player does not wish to receive any more cards. The dealer will now reveal their card that was hidden facing down. The dealer will take another card as long as the dealers total is below 17 and the dealer was not dealt an Ace (soft 17). If the dealers total is 17 or above the dealer will stand even if the player has a higher total.

Once all cards are dealt the players hand is compared to the dealers hand and whoever has the highest total without going over 21 wins. Going over 21 is called a "bust". If both the players and dealers hands have the same value it is called a "push" or a draw. A push is considered a "no action" and the players bet is refunded.


If the dealer is dealt an Ace on the first card the player is offered the option to take Insurance against the dealer having a blackjack. Insurance pays the player 2:1, basically covering the players initial bet.

The player can choose to buy Insurance.


If the player is dealt two cards of the same face value they are offered the option to "split" them into two separate hands. The player is required to place another equal sized bet to their initial wager when splitting a hand. Each hand is then played individually against the dealers hand.

The player can choose to split their cards.

The player splits and wins one hand.


A "double" or double down, is doubling your wager after the initial bet has been placed. The downside being that must take one more card and only one more card. If your hand ends up beating the dealers hand you win double the amount. However if your hand does not beat the dealers hand you lose double the amount.

The player can choose to double down.

Video Poker Basic Rules

To win at Video Poker your hand simply neeeds to include a pair of Jacks or better. The overall objective of the game is to end up with the strongest hand possible. The game starts after the player places their bet and clicks the Deal button. You will be dealt five cards and you will need to decide which cards to "hold" onto. All other cards not held will be discarded and new cards will be dealt to replace them. The player can choose to hold all or no cards.

Player selects their bet and clicks the Deal button to begin.

Player chooses to hold 1 card and receive 4 new cards.

Player receives 4 new cards.

Betting Paylines

You can choose from five different paylines (see below), each increasing not only the size of your bet but the amount you can win. To make this easier you can click the "Max" or "One" button to increase or decrease the amount of paylines you're betting.

Choose your bet size and number of paylines.

Pay Table

The columns show the payoffs which will be multipled by the amount of credits the player wagers if the player ends up with a specific hand. For instance if column 1 is selected and the player bets 250 credits and ends up with a pair of Jacks, the player will receive 250 credits or break even. If the player bets 250 credits and has selected column 1 then ends up with a Royal Flush, the player will receive 250 x 250 for 62,500 credits.

Betting 1 Payline.

Betting 5 Paylines.

Hand Rankings

  • High Card – A card that is a Jack or higher.
  • Pair – Two cards of the same value.
  • Two Pair – Two pairs of cards of the same value.
  • Three of a Kind – Three cards of the same value.
  • Straight – Five cards in sequential order that are not of the same suit.
  • Flush – Five cards of the same suit.
  • Full House – Three of a kind plus a pair.
  • Four of a Kind – Four cards of the same value.
  • Straight Flush – Five cards in sequential order that are of the same suit.
  • Royal Flush – Five cards in sequential order from Ten to Ace that are of the same suit.

The highest hand possible in Video Poker.

Roulette Basic Rules

In European Roulette you have a wheel which has red and black slots with numbers from 1 to 36, and one green zero slot. On the table you can place your bets with the numbers and several additional sectors. After your bet has been placed the dealer spins the wheel and places a small ball inside the wheel going the opposite direction. When the ball stops and lands, whichever slot the ball lands in is the winning number.

Bet Types

You can bet on single numbers, various groups of numbers and many other combination bets which give you different odds and payouts. Basically, if you bet on more numbers your chances of winning are greater, so the payouts are lower with that type of bet. There are two main categories of bets : Inside and Outside.

Inside Bets

When you place a bet on the numbers themselves, this is called an "inside bet". In total there are seven different types of inside bets that you can place.

  • Straight Up : Any single number.
  • Split : Any two adjoining numbers vertical or horizontal.
  • Street : Any three numbers horizontal (1, 2, 3 or 4, 5, 6, etc.).
  • Six Line : Any six numbers from two horizontal rows (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 etc.).
  • Corner : Any four adjoining numbers in a block (1, 2, 4, 5 or 17, 18, 20, 21, etc.).
  • Top Line / Basket : 0, 1, 2, 3.

Outside Bets

Bets that are placed outside of the number field are called "outside bets". They are placed on the sectors and cover bigger groups of numbers. In total there are five types of outside bets that you can place.

  • Red or Black : Bet which color the winning number will be.
  • Odd or even : Bet on the winning number being odd or even.
  • Dozens : 1 through 12, 13 through 24 or 25 through 36.
  • Columns : Bet on which column the winning number will be.
  • 1 to 18 or 19 to 36 : Bet if winning number will be lower than 19 or higher than 19.

Announced Bets

The five buttons located underneath the layout can be selected to place Announced Bets.

  • Voisins du Zéro : One chip on 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35. Two chips on 0, 2, 3. Two chips on 25, 26, 28, 29. The max bet per single number / combination may limit the size of bet you can place.
  • Tier : One Chip is bet on the following splits 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30 and 33/36. The numbers covered by this bet are 5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 16, 23, 24, 27, 30, 33 and 36.
  • Orphelins : One Chip is bet on the following splits 6/9, 14/17, 17/20 and 31/34. The numbers covered by this bet are 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31 and 34. This bet covers numbers not covered by Voisins du Zéro and Tiers.
  • Neighbours : A 5 number bet that covers the number you pick and 2 numbers on each side. For instance if you choose the number 13, the neighbors 6, 27, 36 and 11 will also be covered. After clicking the "Neighbours" button select your number on the Roulette Wheel itself.
  • Finals : This bet lets you pick the last digit of the winning number. For instance if you choose 6, your bet will cover 6, 16, 26 and 36.

Neighbours bet.

Game Buttons

The buttons on the Roulette game do the following...

  • +/- : Increase or decrease the size of your bet.
  • Repeat : Repeat the previous bet.
  • Double : Double the current bet until the max is reached.
  • Spin : Spin the wheel.
  • Clear : Clear all bets.

Dice Basic Rules

In our Dice game you can choose a Low or High outcome of a randomly generated number between 0 and 9999. Currently the win percentage can be adjusted anywhere between a 1% Win chance (Low 100 to High 9899) which pays out x99 your bet and a 98% Win chance (Low 9800 to High 199) which pays out x1.0102 your bet. These settings are subject to change, please check the dice game for the current settings.

Game Features

  • Ability to set bet amount
  • Ability to set win chance
  • Ability to set payout
  • Auto play mode

Win Percentage


Players can also initiate Auto-Mode and set the number of games to be played, number of wins, number of losses or balance threshold reached before stopping.

Bingo Basic Rules

A bingo card has 5 rows and 5 columns. Each space contains a unique random number from 1 to 75. The "B" column has numbers 1 - 15. The "I" column has numbers 16 - 30. The "N" column has numbers 31 - 45. The "G" column has numbers 46 - 60. The "O" column has numbers 61 - 75.

The bingo card is created after you place a bet. Immediately after that a set of 35 unique numbers (1 to 75) is generated. The goal is to match numbers on the bingo card with the generated numbers to complete a certain pattern (such as row, column, diagonal etc). The center space (marked with star) is considered automatically filled.


  • Column pays bet x 2
  • Row pays bet x 2
  • Diagonal pays bet x 6
  • Cross pays bet x 20
  • Paytable is subject to change. See game for latest version.