If you’re headed to a real-life or online casino and can’t remember the specifics of this post, keep one thing in mind: at a table game you’re going to have the best chance of winning. They may be more daunting than numbers, but for the players they usually work well.
That being said, if you want good chances of winning money, here are the three best online casino games to play.
Blackjack (Approximately 49% Winning Odds)
Blackjack is a simple, skill-based card game. The chances of winning are not too bad either. You are up against the dealer; at one time more people will play, but each is just trying to beat the dealer. The one whose hand is nearest to 21 without going over (referred to as a “bust”) wins.
It takes luck and a relatively small amount of skill to win blackjack. The dealer depends as much on opportunity as the players do, so there are fairly equal chances of winning. The advantage for the dealer in most casinos is about one percent.
Craps (Approximately 50% Winning Odds)
Craps is a dice-playing card game. One participant is the “shooter” who rolls the dice, while the other players make wagers on the roll’s outcome.
The shooter wins on a seven or eleven on the first roll, called “coming out.” If the shooter rolls any other number, that number is the “point” now. Before rolling a seven to win, the shooter must hit the point.
When you bet on a “pass line” if the gunman loses or not, the chances are about 50/50. If you make more specific bets, you will drop your chances of winning, but your payouts will increase.
Roulette (Approximately 50% Winning Odds)
Roulette is a wheel with red and black numbers 1-36 on it, and green numbers 0 (and also 00 in American casinos). The croupier, or roulette dealer, turns the wheel and one of the numbers is lost by the ball.
There are a number of ways you can place bets on roulette. The simplest is to bet on whether the ball will land on a piece of red or black with odds of nearly 50/50 (“almost” due to one or two green tiles at 0 and 00).
By betting on specific numbers or ranges of numbers (like “1 to 12” or “1 to 18”), you can increase the payout but lower your odds.