Invented in Italy in the 17th century, roulette is a game of chance in which each participant must bet money on a number, multiple numbers or a colour. The draw is made by a ball projected onto a rotating circular board with 36 numbered and coloured slots. There are five variations of roulette wheels: French (or European), American, English, German and Mexican.
Born in the late 18th century, blackjack is a card game that has a seated player count of between 1 and 7. In addition to these players, 3 or 4 other participants can make a bet on a square, but only those who are seated can make a decision. The object of the game is to beat the bank (the dealer) with two cards that add up to more than his cards. However, this number must not exceed 21 points. Otherwise, the participant loses his entire bet!
Baccarat is a card game of uncertain origin in which the player and the banker each receive two face-down cards. When one of the players reaches a number of 8 or 9, both hands are revealed, and the one that comes closest to 9 wins the game.
Derived from traditional poker, ultimate poker is a card game in which the participants (maximum 7) try to beat the bank (the dealer). Before the cards are dealt, the players must place their chips in the “Bet” (initial bet) and “Blind” (blind bet) boxes. These bets cannot be changed. The dealer then deals two cards to each participant, including himself, and places five cards face down on the table.
Originally from the USA, craps is a dice game that involves four dealers and at least 2 players per table. Participants roll 6 sided dice one after the other. The dice are numbered from 1 to 6, and the sum of their opposite sides equals 7. Then the players place their bets. If the result is a 2, 3 or 12, the shooter is considered to have made a craps roll and loses.