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Roulette at a Live Casino

Live Games

A lot of casino gamblers are not yet even used to playing casino games online against the computer. And already the technology has been upgraded to make the gambling more fun. Playing live casino games gives you an authentic real casino feel whilst you are miles away from any casino.

VirtualVegas offers you Live Casino Games. You will get a chance to play live while interacting with the dealers who might just be friendlier than at Brick and Mortar casinos.

Roulette Game in Brief

Roulette is one of the most popular and oldest games in the casino world. The game has two versions but the principles are the same. The croupier will let a ball spin in the wheel until it settles on a number. The numbers the ball can fall on a range from 0 to 36 with the American version having a double zero added. The slots the ball can land in are either black or red, zero has got a green colour.

The target is to predict the number on which the ball is going to land. You can also bet on the colour and type of number. Players can also opt to bet on a number or to spread their bets.

All this action happens as you look on. With a live dealer doing everything in the same way it happens at brick and mortar casinos.

Live Blackjack

Blackjack is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. It is a straightforward game to play and VirtualVegas offers the Live Blackjack experience wherever you are. Blackjack is precise, direct and transparent.

Blackjack is based on that old European game called 21. The aim is to reach 21 points. The game is played against the dealer. To win the jackpot your hand has to have a value of 21 points. However, if you exceed the maximum 21 points you immediately lose. Busting at a live casino is just the same as at an online or any other casino.

Live Baccarat

Baccarat is a casino table game. This game might be less famous than blackjack and roulette but it is equally thrilling. In the game, the pip value of the cards is very essential as final hands are determined by their face value. Aces are counted as ones and 10s through to Kings count as 0.  If the overall value is 10 or more, 10 is subtracted from the remaining value being your hand total. This game is available at you gaming convenience complete with the live dealer experience.