Those who prefer something a little different can try our tables games, which include versions of Roulette and Blackjack such as Blackjack Perfect Pairs and Player's Suite Roulette to name a few. Our table games offer something a little different to online slots so if you're looking to change the reels for cards then this is the right place for you. You'll take a virtual seat at the table, place your bets using the game interface as normal and if you win your account will be funded. However, the main difference between our Table Games and our Live Casino games is that there is no live dealer. Instead you will receive notifications and on-screen text to keep you informed. Many of our table games have their own set of rules which are specific to that game. A lot of the casino rules are the same in both land-based and online casinos, just make sure to follow the information of each game incase the certain lingo and rules differ.
Play Online Roulette
Roulette online is one of the more popular casino games in the land and has been since the 1600s so it's only right that here at Castle Jackpot we've brought it into the modern day. To be able to get the most of Roulette you must first understand each function and the basics to the game. While the wheel, ball and dolly are at the helm and the game interface, different buttons and other facilities are all important. There are also different types of bets such as numbers, red or black and other areas of the wheel. More on that in our Roulette blogs. There are also plenty of Roulette variants for you to choose from, so taking some time to browse each one will help you decide which you prefer. For example European Roulette is well-known, as it has 36 numbers a msingle 0 with players being able to place chips on each part of the racetrack. Before all of this you can also practice on demo play using our RNG Roulette wheel.
Play Online Blackjack
Blackjack online is one of the most popular casino games, played by many around the world. The main aim of blackjack is to beat the dealer. It is played with a standard 52 card deck and each denomination has an assigned point value. The cards 2 to 10 are worth their face value, Kings, Queens and Jacks are worth 10 and the Aces can be used as either 1 or 11. The main object is to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. The dealer will also be attempting to do the same thing, in which you have to get closer than them. Thanks to the Blackjack rules its appeal spreads across many different people but whether you have played before or not it's always worth getting to grips with the odds so you can calculate your payouts. Take a look at probability takes to be clear.
Table Games Lingo
House Edge - This is the advantage that the casino has over the player on each game.
Bet The amount of money that you want to wager in the game.
Payout - This is the amount of money that is paid to the player who has won a game.
RTP - The Return to Player percentage
Dealer - The casino assistant that looks over the game.