Casino table games

What is a Casino Game?

Casino table games can be traditional table games where the dealer plays games with chips or there may be electronic table games that are similar to traditional table games but use an electronic device on which customers place their bets.

In table games, you usually sit around a table, which is usually specially designed for the game being played. The group or dealer activates the game and arranges the payouts. Table games are played for money. You bet on a certain result and the successful bet is paid according to the odds set on the table. The House edge (Edge) is a universally accepted international casino gaming feature. This is a measure of the percentage that the casino expects to keep, on average, from each hand or spin, given normal playing patterns.

Casino games such as Roulette and Blackjack are banker board game and, as such, are games with ‘unequal chances’. The nature and structure of this game provides an advantage for the casino, otherwise known as ‘Home’.

In very simple terms, most of them work in two ways:

In a game like Blackjack, for example, the Dealer wins all bets of the losing player, even if their own hand also fails. This is because the Dealer ‘holds the bank’. Conversely, you will only win if your own hand beats the Dealer’s hand.

In other banker games, such as Roulette, the ‘Edge’ is reached by the casino which pays slightly less than the ‘real’ odds for a particular bet. For example, the actual odds of one Roulette number winning are 36 to 1, because there are 37 compartments on the wheel. However, the winning bet is actually paid 35 to 1.

If you intend to play casino indoor games you should always check the casino ‘House edge’, which is available on any House Edge flyer or flyer, another way of presenting information, which is a requirement at all casino venues. Licensed casinos in Czech produce a series of leaflets entitled ‘how to play’ which are available in casinos or online.