Game guides
For an overview of the rules for the most commonly used casino games, we have compiled these rules below. However, note that there may be discrepancies in the rules of the various casinos in relation to the text below.

 

Blackjack
Blackjack is an American gambling game similar to Baccarat. A Swedish variant of Blackjack is twenty-one, on French wing-et-un. Blackjack often occurs The game is about to get as close to 21 as possible without getting "thick", that is, getting over 21. You must also have better cards than the dealer. All dressed cards are worth 10, ace is 11 or 1. If the player 21 gets his first two cards, this is called Blackjack and gives one and a half times the bet unless the dealer also gets Blackjack. If the player gets Blackjack, and the dealer has ace as the first card, the player can choose to take "even money", that is, gain a win as much as the bet.

If both players and dealer have 17, 18 or 19 then the dealer wins, both players and dealer 20 or 21 will be equal, ie no win to the player, but he will not lose his bet. However, at casinos in general, such as Casino Cosmopol in Sweden, 17, 18, 19, 20 or 21 means "push", that is, keeping your effort. This rule is quite significant for the bank's statistical takeover, a couple of percent.

The player bets any amount (maximum is 1/600 part of the prize amount and minimum is usually 20 kr) in his game box before a donation. There are usually limits both up and down. The dealer first issues two open cards to each player. To himself, the dealer issues a card. 
Players can now choose if they want more cards or stay. Once the players have chosen, the dealer withdraws. The dealer must stay at 17 or better and take cards if it is under 17. The dealer must stay even if this has for example ace and 6th ie 7/17.

 

Different Rules for Blackjack
It is up to every casino to set the rules for blackjack and today there are over a hundred different variants of the game. The areas where the rules vary between different casinos are mainly:

 

Number of card games used The
number of card games used in Blackjack is usually one, two, four, six or eight. How many card games are used affects the bank's statistical takeover. The fewer card games the less take over for the bank, which has resulted in the casinos offering Blackjack with few card games often having particularly strict rules at these tables, for example, it may be forbidden to double after split.

 

How the cards are distributed to the players and the dealer
In casinos outside of the United States, it is common for the dealer not to draw or show his other card before all players have made their decisions. The fact that players can not see the dealer's other cards increases the bank's statistical advantage by approximately 0.11%.

 

Splitting cards
When a player gets two cards of the same value, in most variants of Blackjack it is allowed to split them. Some variants allow unlimited split, that is, as long as the player continues to pair, he or she may choose to continue splitting, but it is also common for casinos to have a break for splitting, for example, max four divisions of an individual hand. Special rules are usually applied for splitting aces and doubles after splitting.

 

Double and Split
If the player gets 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 on the base, he can choose to double the bet. Then the player puts in as many chips as he already invested in the box. Then the player only gets one card. If one of the cards is an ace, then it is counted as one. 
If the player has two cards of equal value, the player can split. Then you enter as much as the bet. One gets two hands of the first hand. These hands are continued as usual. If you split two aces, you only get one card on each, except that it will add an ace, then you can choose to split again. You can not double a split hand.

 

Over and under
On some tables there are over and underscores, since there are two rings under each box where it is O (over) and U (under). If you bet on money below, you will get under 13 on the first two cards, if you get 13 or over, the dealer will win. If you get under 13 you win as much as your bet. In the upper and lower case, aces count as 1. If you win two aces and have bet in the subfield you win one and a half times the bet.

 

Strategy
For every situation that may occur in Blackjack, there is an optimal way for the player to play. By applying this basic strategy [1], which can be summarized in a simple table, the player reduces the casino's takeover. The player can also improve his odds by applying card count. Card counting, however, is significantly less effective in games where more than one deck is used and even less efficiently where a shuffler is available, which is common.

As in all games, the casino receives a certain percentage of the bet on average, so that the average players lose. Players get back between 97% for a worse player to 99.5% for a player who can best strategy (but not counting cards) with international rules. Swedish restaurant casinos have significantly worse odds.

 

Casino Casino's Advantage in Blackjack 
In order for casinos to be able to make a profit on the game offered, there must be a systematic, built-in benefit for the casino. Otherwise, the games would be a matter of pure luck and all casinos would eventually be ruined.

 

Roulette

Roulette or Roulette is a gambling game that is featured in casinos. The game consists of a fixed bowl with a 37-speed rotating disc numbered from 0 to 36 in alternating black and red colors, except for the 0 which is green. The ball spins in the opposite direction to the rotating disc. Players bet on playing fields on a tablecloth.

The fields the players bet are either color markers that are individual or cashmarks with a specific value. Color fields must be switched in when the player leaves the table to allow others to play the color. 
There are two types of roulette, the European (also called French) and the American. The American roulette contains a double zero, increasing the winning chances for the casino.
Roulette means "little wheels" in French and it is said that roulette was invented by Frenchman Blaise Pascal who was a mathematician. But it was during the 19th century that two brothers named Francois and Louis Blanc developed the form of roulette we are playing today. Because roulette was forbidden in France, the brothers launched the game in Bad Homburg and Monte Carlo and the game immediately became a big success. The roulette wheel is believed to be a mixture of English Roly-Poly, Ace of Hearts and Italian board games Hoca and Biribi, as well as the name roulette that was taken from an already existing French board game.

 

Odds in "restaurantroulette"

A number

Plain (straight up)

30 times

Two numbers

Cheval (split)

15 times

Three numbers

Transversal (street)

10 times

Four numbers

Carré (corner)

7 times

Sex number

Simple (six line)

4 times

Twelve numbers

Column / dozen

2 times

Arton number

red / black high / low

1 times

 

 

International odds (played after at the state casino)

A number

Plain (straight up)

35 times

Two numbers

Cheval (split)

17 times

Three numbers

Transversal (street)

11 times

Four numbers

Carré (corner)

8 times

Sex number

Simple (six line)

5 times

Twelve numbers

Column / dozen

2 times

Arton number

red / black high / low

1 times

Game rules (according to the lottery inspection)

  1. Roulette is played using a wheel with trays, numbered 1-36, in red and black colors plus a green zero, and in the American roulette case a green double-roll.
  2. Prior to each game round, the croupier must hit the ball in the opposite direction to the direction of rotation of the wheel.
  3. When the ball has fallen down and lies still in a slot, the croupier must mark and clearly call out the winning number.
  4. If something falls into the wheel or the ball otherwise improperly influenced while the ball spins, the croupier will shout cover, stop the game and start over from the beginning.
  5. The game is to be played with game fields worth a maximum of 1/6000 base amounts.
  6. A player may not place playing fields at a value greater than 1/6000 base amount on each particular win.
  7. Players should use chips of different colors. A player may only use chips of a color.
  8. Betting game fields return to the player at a profit. The table should be cleared from loss marks after each game round.
  9. Players can only bet in accordance with the following setup and shall receive a payment as follows.

Roulette games are a matter of chance. You have to be lucky enough to win because it's really just a matter of advanced sledding. In the long run, the casino has an advantage, in English called "The House Edge". The player can only leave the roulette as a winner (or not too big loser) if he or she is disciplined enough to stop playing on time


A European Roulette 
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Duty Roulette Wheel
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Bingo

Bingo is a game where random numbers are drawn and the players mark them on game cards with preprinted numbers in a rut pattern. The first person who has a game deck with a certain pattern, such as a row, cries "Bingo!" to signal their profit. 
Bingo was introduced in Sweden by the sports club Gunnarstorp IF, who held the first bingo party in the autumn of 1961. [1] Today there are about 100 bingo halls in Sweden. All halls have ideal associations as beneficiaries and are usually run by service companies that consist of several associations or individual traders. Most associations engage in sports activities and one of the criteria for participation is that the associations have extensive youth activities, and members between 7 and 20 years are an important criterion.
Bingo is now also available on the Internet, online bingo, with the same rules as in the traditional bingo game and with winning chances depending on how many bingo bets the player has bought, and how many tiles it is in the game all in all. 
If a player receives bingo, the player receives a win in the form of a bigger or smaller amount of money, which is deposited in the player's online bank account. This account is created as soon as the player signs up as a new member of an online bingo hall.
Internet bingo also allows users to meet and chat about their experiences in connection with online bingo. The chat is available to promote the sense of community and interaction between online players. Online banking rooms often have their own language. It is thus customary for the players to congratulate each other with comments like "WTG" (Way To Go). If you are in a chat room in an online bingo hall, you will also meet chat moderators. These are employed by the online bingo hall to create a good and enjoyable atmosphere in the chat room through dialogue with the players. The chat moderators also share chat prizes to the players in the chat.

Keno
Keno is a bingo-like game that involves selecting a digit string, that is, a set of numbers from a certain amount. Then randomly, a number of numbers are deducted from the specified amount, and so to have as many numbers as possible.

 

Lotto The
word lotto is derived from Italian and since the 16th century it is a famous gambling game in which the participants receive the card or the board with numbered boxes, where numbers are highlighted and then drawn by some sort of random method. It is the origin of today's bingo. 
Lotto is also a public lottery-like game in which it is foreseeable a number of numbers that will then be announced.