New slots are launched on a regular basis at Casino Las Vegas, but if you are not a fan of online slots then this won’t be of much interest to you. However, there are also releases of new card and table games. Take a look at two of the latest Roulette and Blackjack games to arrive at Casino Las Vegas
Dragon Jackpot Roulette – Roulette with Four Progressive Jackpots
The game of roulette is fairly standard, whether you are playing American or European roulette the rules don’t change and the payouts remain fairly consistent. For many players this isn’t a problem, but if you are looking for something a little more exciting then take a look at Dragon Jackpot Roulette. The game is not only linked to four progressive jackpots, but it also features a fun bonus game that can lead to some huge payouts.
In many respects the game is a standard European Roulette game. It is played with a spinning wheel that is divided into thirty-seven numbered segments (0 – 36 inclusive) coloured red or black, except zero, which is green.
Below the wheel is the betting area. This is where you place your chips and it allows you to quickly and easily place all of the standard Roulette bets. You can bet on large groups of numbers, such as all the odd or even numbers, or smaller groups such as all the numbers in one row on the betting areal.
The game also has a full racetrack view that you can open by clicking on the miniaturised racetrack above the betting area. Here you can quickly place bets such as Tier, Ophelins, Voisins Du Zero, and Neighbour bets.
Thanks to these betting areas and other features such as a history window, all players, even those that like to use advanced betting strategies, will find everything they need for an enjoyable roulette experience.
However, as mentioned there is also an exciting bonus game available to play and it can lead to some huge winnings. Before each spin of the wheel you can turn up to twelve numbers into special Dragon Bonus numbers. If the ball then lands on one of these numbers, and you have placed a regular bet on that number, then the bonus game begins.
The bonus game features a Wheel of Fortune and there are two stages to it, the outer wheel and the inner wheel. First, you spin the outer wheel and it will either award you two extra pointers for the inner wheel, double the multipliers on the inner wheel or simply take you straight to the inner wheel. The inner wheel will award you with one or more multipliers (depending on how many pointers there are). You then win the triggering bet multiplied by the result. This way you can win up to 744 times your bet.
The game is also linked to the four Dragon Progressive Jackpots. The jackpot game can be triggered after any spin of the roulette wheel and when it begins you are guaranteed to win one of four jackpots. In the game you will see a wheel with ten positions on it. Each position has a coloured symbol that represents one of the four jackpots. You need to spin the wheel and collect the symbols. Once you have collected three matching symbols you win the corresponding jackpot.
If you are a fan of Roulette then you are sure to enjoy this exciting game that brings you everything you need for exciting Roulette play and then a bit more to help you win some huge payouts.
All Bets Blackjack – Place Up To Six Side Bets
If you enjoy Blackjack but would like to make the game even more exciting then All Bets Blackjack is the game for you. Not only does it offer you traditional Blackjack fun, allowing you to play up to three hands simultaneously, but it also lets you place up to six side bets that offer payouts as large as 2000:1 and a progressive jackpot!
With the exception of the side bets, in all other respects All Bets Blackjack is a standard Blackjack game. The aim of the game is to build a hand of cards as close in value to 21 as possible but without going bust. As long as your hand is closer in value to 21 than the dealer’s is then you win the round.
When playing Blackjack Aces are worth 1 or 11, face card are worth 10 and the numbered cards are worth their face values. The strongest hand is called ‘Blackjack’, it consists of an Ace and a ten card and it will beat all other hands.
At the start of each round you need to bet on the hands that you wish to play, and also place your side bets. You then click on ‘Deal’ to receive your first two face-up cards to each active hand. The dealer will receive one face-up card and one face down. Then for each hand you can choose between ‘Hit’, ‘Stand’ and ‘Double’. Choosing ‘Hit’ will draw another card to the hand, choosing ‘Stand’ leaves the hand as it is and if you choose ‘Double’ your bet will be doubled, you’ll receive one more card and the dealer will then play his hand.
Winning hands are paid at 2:1, except Blackjack, which is paid at 3:2.
As Blackjack players will know, there are some other options that can come up. If your first two cards have the same value then you can ‘Split’ the hand and play them as individual hands. If the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace then you can take out ‘Insurance’ against the Dealer having Blackjack. If the dealer does have Blackjack then you are paid out at 2:1.
The six side bets offered by the game are the Top 3, Perfect Pair, Buster Blackjack, Progressive Blackjack, Lucky Lucky Blackjack, and 21+3 side bets.
The Top 3 side bet is on your first two cards and the dealer’s face-up card forming a Suited Three of a Kind, a Straight Flush or a Three of a Kind combination. A Suited Three of a Kind pays at 500:1, a Straight Flush pays at 180:1 and Three of a Kind pays at 90:1.
The Perfect Pairs bet is on your first two cards being either a Perfect Pair, a Coloured Pair or a Red/Black Pair. A Perfect Pair is two cards of the same suit and value and it pays out at 25:1. A Coloured Pair is two cards of the same value and colour, but from different suits and it pays out at 12:1. A Red/Black Pair is two cards of the same value but different suits and colours and it pays out at 6:1.
If you would like to bet on the dealer going bust then place the Buster Blackjack bet. The more cards in the dealer’s hand when they bust the more you will win. If the dealer busts with 3 or 4 cards it pays at 2:1, with 5 cards it pays at 4:1, with 6 cards it pays at 18:1, with 7 cards it pays at 50:1, and with 8 or more cards it pays at 250:1. If the dealer busts with 7 cards and you have Blackjack it pays at 800:1 and if he goes bust with 8 or more cards and you have Blackjack then it pays an incredible 2000:1.
If you want to play for the progressive jackpot then place the Progressive Blackjack side bet. To win the jackpot you then need to be dealt four consecutive Aces of the same suit. If you are dealt three suited Aces you will win 5,000x, four unsuited Aces pays 2,500x, three unsuited Aces pays 250x, two suited Aces pays 100x, two unsuited Aces pays 50x and one Ace pays 5x.
The Lucky Lucky side bet wins when your first two cards and the dealer’s first card form a Suited 777, a Suited 678, an Unsuited 777, an Unsuited 678, a Suited 21, an Unsuited 21, an Any 20 or an Any 19. The Suited 777 pays 200:1, the Suited 678 pays 100:1, an Unsuited 777 pays 50:1, an Unsuited 678 pays 25:1, a Suited 21 pays 15:1, an Unsuited 21 pays 3:1, an Any 20 pays 2:1 and Any 19 pays 2:1.
Finally, you win with the 21+3 side bet if your first two cards and the dealer’s first card form a Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush or Suited Three of a Kind combination. A Suited Three of a Kind pays 100:1, a Straight Flush pays 40:1, a Three of a Kind pays 30:1, a Straight pays 10:1 and a Flush pays 5:1.
As you can see, this game offers you a huge number of chances to win and a great deal of fun. Take your Blackjack play to the next level and give this game a try today.