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Mah Jong British Rules

Mah Jong British Rules

This British version is similar to the traditional Chinese version except the game is started by giving each player 15 tiles insteaa of 13. The British scoring is slightly different also, but a person that is familiar with the traditional game will quickly see that the differences are very small. Read more...
Pachinko Rules

Pachinko Rules

Pachinko is a game like pinball that uses a game platform and the player tries to make the highest score by shooting the 11mm steel balls into winning pockets. The early version of the game came from Japan. The game as it is now played first surfaced in the 1920's. Read more...
Oklahoma Gin Rules

Oklahoma Gin Rules

Oklahoma Gin is a variation of Gin Rummy. The object of the game is to remove the cards in your hand by making melds and sets. The first person that removes all cards from their hands is awarded the points the other player's cards amount too and cannot be played off. Read more...
Red Dog Rules

Red Dog Rules

The dealer in Red Dog deals two cards face up and one down. The players bet on whether the down card will be between the two up cards in value. i.e. Nine between a deuce and a King. If the wager is wrong the player loses their bet to the dealer. Read more...
Reversi (Othello) Rules

Reversi (Othello) Rules

Reversi has been around since the 1800"s. A Japanese company bought the game and reissued it under the name of Othello. The player with the most colored disc on the 8 x 8 board wins the game at its completion. The game takes experience and skill to master. At the end when there are no spaces left the game is won by the player with the most disc on the board. If they both have the same number, the game is a draw. Read more...
Slot Rules

Slot Rules

Slot rules vary between slot games and can be very simple like three cherries in a row win to games with scatters and wild images. The game can have a fixed jackpot or a progressive jackpot. Progressives can make a player have a life changing experience in money if they win. The are classic slots, multiline slots and video poker slots. Multiline slots are just slots that are playing say twenty hands at a time instead of one. Mos progressive games are multiline. The slots have come along way since Fey's Liberty Belle that came out in 1895. Read more...
Spanish 21 (Blackjack) Rules

Spanish 21 (Blackjack) Rules

Spanish 21 is very much like regular Blackjack except there are more ways to win and higher payouts on special hands like Blackjack. The ten cards have been removed which changes the odds in the favor of the house at first as their are more low cards than there are high cards. Also it is harder for either the dealer or the player to make a Blackjack. Players can double down on hands with more than two cards and there are no restrictions of when a player can double down. Read more...
Spider Solitaire Rules

Spider Solitaire Rules

Spider Solitaire is rarely beat and for that reason alone players play it due to the challenge of winning the game. The game is played with two decks and this alone makes it difficult to beat. The object is to end up with eight melds in decreasing order from King to Ace. The melds do not have to be in suit. But keeping the melds suited is a winning strategy. This game is ideally suited for computer play since there are so many cards. Read more...
Wheel of Fortune Rules

Wheel of Fortune Rules

This game is like the TV show. In casinos it is referred to as athe Money Wheel or Big Six. The game uses images of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, Joker and Casino Logo where a player can wager on the turn of the wheel. If the wheel stops on the image that is bet the player wins the wager. The house edge on this game makes it highly unplayable except for those looking for a quick lark. Where the wheel stops determines the winning image and the payout. Read more...