In Beat Me, you and the dealer are each dealt one card. If your card has a higher value, you win even money (1:1) on your bet. If your card ties with the dealer's, you can either surrender half your bet or go to war. A winning side bet placed on a tie pays 10:1, but you cannot place a lone tie bet.
A simple game has never been so much fun. With tight percentages, this game focuses on speed! With cleverly placed betting buttons, this game gives you the ability to bet as fast as possible in order to maximise profits. Are you ready for war?
With its aim in the name of the game, you are betting to see an odd number total on the turn of the cards, but with plenty of ways to spice up that basic bet with a neat choice of suit, colour and number variations offering adventurous self Roulette-style routes to big wins!
Suits you sir! The Aces line up in this fun card racing game. Seven cards are withdrawn from the pack determining the odds of which suit will win the race. You can elect to take an Ante Post bet or wait for the draw. Watch as the 'Ace' races to the line, but will it cross or stop just short?
Red Dog is an exciting game from the old West played with three cards. Red Dog does not really resemble any other form of poker; it is simply three cards dealt with the player betting on the spread. Also known as Between the Sheets, Red Dog is built around the concept of the spread between two cards. Players are dealt two cards and place bets on whether they think the third card's value will fall between the original two. Red Dog Progressive is a famous table game, pulling the player in with that old promise: a lucky draw can turn a broken man into a winner.