Game play will vary by the type of game you’re playing. We can generally split them into two groups – card games and non-card games. Card games would include things like blackjack, baccarat, casino hold’em, three card poker, etc. Non-card games would cover everything else, such as roulette, wheel games, dice games and sicbo.
Card games may require you to take a seat. If so, seats will be limited. When sitting, you will be able to play the game, and have to wait for your turn to take action. You’ll be on a timer, so don’t take too long, but again, don’t feel intimidated. If you followed the above step, you spent enough time observing the table to feel comfortable.
Choose your bet size by tapping on a chip from the bottom of the screen. You can bet more than one chip. If you want to bet $20, tap the $10 chip twice, then press the betting area on the table twice. To bet $15, tap the $10 chip, press the betting area, then repeat this with the $5 chip.
For games like baccarat or roulette, where you choose where or what to bet on, you’ll press the area of the table that corresponds with your desired wager. If you make a mistake, press the Clear Bets button to start over. In a decision based game, such as blackjack, all available options will be presented at the bottom of the screen. You can tap on Hit, Stand, Double, Split, etc.
In essence, playing the games is the same as playing in a live casino, except that all of your actions are made with the click of a mouse, or tap of a finger.