At Fun casino for hire we offer all the casino games, the most popular being Roulette, Blackjack, Craps and Poker and various other casino games including three card poker, Caribbean stud poker and Craps. We also offer specialist games including baccarat, A K Grand, Nine card Brag
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Roulette is one of the easiest games to play and understand in the casino. As usual the easier a game is to understand the greater the house edge. If you are looking for an easy to understand for all of your guests, then roulette is the game for you.
One difference between roulette and all other table games is that roulette chips have no value denomination printed on them. This actually is the true definition of a chip, one which indicates its value is technically called a check. The roulette table comes with seven to eight sets of different colored chips and at Fun Casino for hire we start the betting at $10. Exchange your fun casino fake money for chips and you will have your own color. Play the table and win with even odds on the outside bets and 35 to 1 for the straight up number bets
To begin, each player at the blackjack table has a circle or box to place bets in. Each player decides how much to bet on a hand before the croupier deals the cards
Each hand will result in one of the following events for the player:
- Lose – the player’s bet is taken by the croupier
- Win – the player wins as much as he bet. If you bet $10, you win $10 from the dealer (plus you keep your original bet, of course.)
- Blackjack (natural) – the player wins 1.5 times the bet. With a bet of $10, you keep your $10 and win a further $15 from the dealer.
- Push – the hand is a draw. The player keeps his bet, neither winning nor losing money.
The aim of the game, Although many players may play in a single round of blackjack, it’s fundamentally a two-player game. In blackjack, players don’t play against each other; and they don’t co-operate. The only competition is the croupier.
The aim of the game is to accumulate a higher point total than the croupier, without going over 21. Your total is reached by adding up all of your cards
The cards 2 through 10 have their face value, J, Q, and K are worth 10 points each, and the Ace is worth either 1 or 11 points (player’s choice).
At the start of a blackjack game, the players and the dealer receive two cards each. The players’ cards are normally dealt face up, while the croupier has one card dealt until the end when the croupier deals their own hand in competition with the players
The best possible blackjack hand is an opening deal of an ace with any ten-point card. This is called a “blackjack”, or a natural 21, and the player holding this automatically wins unless the dealer also has a blackjack. If a player and the dealer each have a blackjack, the result is a push for that player. If the dealer has a blackjack, all players not holding a blackjack lose.
After the cards have been dealt, the game goes on with each player taking action – in clockwise order starting to dealer’s left. The the player can keep his hand as it is (stand) or take more cards from the deck (hit), one at a time, until either the player judges that the hand is strong enough to go up against the dealer’s hand and stands, or until it goes over 21, in which case the player immediately loses (busts).
When all players have finished their actions, either decided to stand or busted, the croupier takes cards. If the Croupier has a natural 21 (blackjack) with his two cards, he won’t take any more cards. All players lose, except players who also have a blackjack, in which case it is a push – the bet is returned to the player.
If the croupier doesn’t have a natural, he hits (takes more cards) or stands depending on the value of the hand. Contrary to the player, though, the dealer’s action is completely dictated by the rules. The dealer must hit if the value of the hand is lower than 17, otherwise the Croupier will stand. If the croupier has a soft 17 (6 and an ace) then we will stand
If the croupier goes bust, all players who are left in the game win. Otherwise players with higher point totals than the dealer win, while players with lower totals than the dealer lose. For those with the same total as the dealer the result is a push: their stake is returned to them and they neither win nor lose.
Players with a blackjack win a bet plus a bonus amount, which is normally equal to half their original wager. A blackjack hand beats any other hand, also those with a total value of 21 but with more cards.
Our Texas Hold’Em Poker is played from a standard pack of 52 cards. The cards are ranked (from high to low) Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, Ace. (Ace can be high or low, but is usually high). There are four suits (spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs); however, no suit is higher than another. All poker hands contain five cards, the highest hand wins.
How the hands are ranked
Hands are ranked as follows (from high to low): Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House, Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Two Pair, Pair,High Card
Descriptions of Hand Ranks
A straight flush is the best natural hand. A straight flush is a straight (5 cards in order, such as 5-6-7-8-9) that are all of the same suit. As in a regular straight, you can have an ace either high (A-K-Q-J-T) or low (5-4-3-2-1). However, a straight may not ‘wraparound’. (Such as K-A-2-3-4, which is not a straight). An Ace high straight-flush is called a Royal Flush and is the highest natural hand
Four of a Kind
Four of a kind is simply four cards of the same rank. If there are two or more hands that qualify, the hand with the higher-rank four of a kind wins. If, in some bizarre game with many wild cards, there are two four of a kinds with the same rank, then the one with the high card outside the four of the kind wins.
A full house is a three of a kind and a pair, such as K-K-K-5-5. Ties are broken first by the three of a kind, then pair. So K-K-K-2-2 beats Q-Q-Q-A-A, which beats Q-Q-Q-J-J. (Obviously, the three of a kind can only be similiar if wild cards are used
A flush is a hand where all of the cards are the same suit, such as J-8-5-3-2, all of spades. When flushes ties, follow the rules for high card
A straight is 5 cards in order, such as 4-5-6-7-8. An ace may either be high (A-K-Q-J-T) or low (5-4-3-2-1). However, a straight may not ‘wraparound’. (Such as Q-K-A-2-3, which is not a straight). When straights tie, the highest straight wins. (AKQJT beats KQJT9 down to 5432A). If two straights have the same value (AKQJT vs AKQJT) they split the pot
Three of a Kind
Three cards of any rank, matched with two cards that are not a pair (otherwise it would be a full house. Again, highest three of a kind wins. If both are the same rank, then the compare high card
This is two distinct pairs of card and a 5th card. The highest pair wins ties. If both hands have the same high pair, the second pair wins. If both hands have the same pairs, the high card wins
One pair with three distinct cards. High card breaks ties
This is any hand which doesn’t qualify as any one of the above hands. If nobody has a pair or better, then the highest card wins. If multiple people tie for the highest card, they look at the second highest, then the third highest etc. High card is also used to break ties when the high hands both have the same type of hand (pair, flush, straight, etc).
So, how do you bet? Poker is, after all, a gambling game. In most games, you must ‘ante’ something (amount varies by game, our games are typically a nickel), just to get dealt cards. After that players bet into the pot in the middle. At the end of the hand, the highest hand (that hasn’t folded) wins the pot. Basically, when betting gets around to you (betting is typically done in clockwise order), you have one of three choices:
- When you call, you bet enough to match what has been bet since the last time you bet (for instance, if you bet a dime last time, and someone else bet a quarter, you would owe fifteen cents).
- When you raise, you first bet enough to match what has been bet since the last time you bet (as in calling), then you ‘raise’ the bet another amount (up to you, but there is typically a limit.) Continuing the above example, if you had bet a dime, the other person raised you fifteen cents (up to a quarter), you might raise a quarter (up to fifty cents). Since you owed the pot 15 cents for calling and 25 for your raise, you would put 40 cents into the pot.
- When you fold, you drop out of the current hand (losing any possibility of winning the pot), but you don’t have to put any money into the pot.
Betting continues until everyone calls or folds after a raise or initial bet
Craps | Dice Casino Hire
Dice, also known as craps is one of our really fun and exciting games for all involved. Featured in many Hollywood movies, craps is popular for the larger functions including charity fundraisers and Corporate Events. Craps is a dice game in which the players make bets on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Casino Craps is a game played by multiple players betting against the fun casino. Fun Casino for Hire has slightly different payouts so the odds are in the players favour. Players take turns rolling two dice and whoever is throwing the dice is called the “shooter”. Players can bet on the various options by placing chips in the appropriate sections of the board. Our experienced Croupiers can place certain bets for you too, just ask
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