Table games

Dear visitor, you have clicked here, probably, because you have already played all the popular online games and have been searching for something extra. Congratulations! You have found that – not extraordinary but extra – for sure. You are welcome to eleven more games in this tab. There are not only card games here like pontoon but also dice ones – sic bo, craps. If you have a bizarre desire to immerse into the atmosphere of the medieval Europe just play our Wild Viking, and try our Super Fun in order to get some super-duper fun.

Moreover, we have got Red Dog – a new version – as well. The dogs can have the real red-colored hair (not ginger), don’t they? Lol, surely. However, our red dog although unable to bite is quite aggressive. So, be careful and follow the rules of the game properly.

First, you should play our pontoon. Talking of the word “pontoon”, it has so many synonyms and some of them sound so emotional, expressive that the game itself is most likely to cause strong emotions in the players. You can find 4 versions of the game in this tab.

Pontoon is the British version of the internationally popular banking game Twenty-one, perhaps now best known in the form of the American Casino version Blackjack. It can be played by any number of players from two upwards – it works well with 5 to 8 players – using a standard 52 card pack. For a large number of players, say 8 or more, two 52 packs can be mixed together. The players also need a supply of money or chips for betting. The cards have values: ace is worth 1 or 11 at the holder’s choice, kings, queens, jacks and tens are worth ten, and the remaining cards are worth their pip value. Each player’s basic aim is to form a hand whose total value is as near as possible to 21, without going above 21. One player is designated as the banker. The banker has an advantage, so the first banker is chosen at random (whoever cuts the highest card). In each hand, each of the other players bets on having a better hand than the banker has.

• The best hand of all is a Pontoon, which is 21 points in two cards – this can only consist of ace plus a picture card or ten.
• Next best after a Pontoon is a Five Card Trick, which is a hand of five cards totaling 21 or less.
• A hand of three or four cards worth 21 points beats everything else except a Pontoon or Five Card Trick.
• Hands with 20 or fewer points and fewer than five cards rank in order of their point value – the nearer to 21 the better.
• Hands with more than 21 points are bust and are worthless.

If the banker and a player have equal valued hands, then the banker wins. Example: A-J (Pontoon) beats 7-3-4-2-2 (Five Card Trick) which beats 9-8-4 (21) which beats 9-A (20) which beats 9-6-A (16)

If you appear to be bored with cards games – all these suits, aces and pictures – it’s time for you to proceed to the dice games. There is a big variety of dice games in the world but only two of them are the most popular: Sic bo and Craps, and you can play both of them on our site.

Sic bo is an unequal game of chance played with three dice, and of ancient Chinese origin. The literal meaning of sic bo is “precious dice”.

Gameplay involves betting that a certain condition (e.g. that all three dice will roll the same) will be satisfied by a roll of the dice.

Players place their bets on certain areas of the table. The dealer then picks up a small chest containing the dice, which he/she closes and shakes. Finally, the dealer opens the chest to reveal the combination. There is no chest in the online game, and the dice are cast in virtually.

The other casino game involving dice is craps, in which the players make wagers on the outcome of the roll (or a series of rolls) of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other (playing “street craps”, also known as “shooting dice” or “rolling dice”) or a bank. Sic bo is strictly a game of chance because every roll on the dice results a win or loss on any bet. In craps, some bets require certain rolls before they can become winning or losing bets, thus encouraging strategy.

Nevertheless, whatever strategy you keep in mind, please, practice with our free online games before playing Real Gambling.

Super Fun 21

Super Fun 21

Pontoon Multihand 5

Pontoon Multihand 5

Play Wild Viking

Play Wild Viking

Play Red Dog

Play Red Dog

Play €25-€500 Pontoon™

Play €25-€500 Pontoon™

Play €1-€40 Pontoon™

Play €1-€40 Pontoon™

Red Dog Progressive

Red Dog Progressive

Play €0.1-€5 Pontoon™

Play €0.1-€5 Pontoon™