Every roulette player receives different colour chips so each player knows whose chips belong to which player. The player's places their bets and the dealer spins the ball around the wheel.

Once the dealer has announced 'No More Bets' no more chips may be placed or moved. When the ball settles onto the winning number the dealer removes all losing chips and pays out the winners.

There are a variety of bets to play on roulette and the player may play as many or as few as they wish.

The odds pay as follows:

  • One chip on one number only (Straight Up) Pays 35-1
  • One chip on two numbers (Split) Pays 17-1
  • One chip on three numbers (Street) Pays 11-1
  • One chip on four numbers (Corner) Pays 8-1
  • One chip on six numbers (Double Street) Pays 5-1
  • One chip played on Dozens or Columns Pays 2-1
  • One chip played on Even, Odd, Red, Black, 1-18 or 19-36 Pays Even

If any Fun Casino players are unsure of the rules, our professional croupiers are always willing to explain.


Blackjack is played against the dealer. Each player receives 2 cards face up and the dealer one card face up and one card face down.

From left to right, the players then have the opportunity to take more cards (draw) or just keep the two cards they have been dealt (stand) in an attempt to make a total to beat the dealers hand.

  • If the cards total over 21 then you lose.
  • Each card counts at face value with Jacks, Queens and Kings counting as 10. Aces count as 1 or 11.
  • The best possible hand is a 'Blackjack' which is any ten or picture card with an Ace.

When all players have finished playing their hand, the dealer then turns their card to finish his hand. If the dealer's total is 16 or less he must draw another card. If the dealer's total is 17 or more he stands.

  • If the player has Blackjack then they win double their stake.
  • If the player's total is higher than the dealer's total without going over 21 they win even money.
  • If the player's and dealer's total are the same it is a ‘push' and the player keeps their bet.
  • If the player's total is lower than the dealer's total then the player loses their stake.

Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean stud poker has been the favourite of casinos worldwide. The object of the game is to get a higher poker hand than the dealer, with five cards dealt. The payout depends on the hand you have. First you have an ante and if you want to stay in the game you double this amount to play (known as the bet). If the dealer qualifies with an Ace, King or higher you get paid out odds depending on how good your hand is.

Pay outs

  • One Pair 1 to 1
  • Two Pairs 2 to 1
  • Three of a Kind 3 to 1
  • Straight 4 to 1
  • Flush 5 to 1
  • Full House 7 to 1
  • Four of a Kind 20 to 1
  • Straight Flush 50 to 1
  • Royal Flush 200 to 1

The Wheel of Fortune

Similar to roulette, place your bets on the table and hope luck is on your side. When the wheel stops spinning, see if you have won. More of a spectacle than a serious game, the wheel-of-fortune is great for guests to have a flutter, It is also great to watch without getting too involved!

The wheel of fortune is mounted vertically on a spindle. The player places a wager on the table on the denomination they desire, the croupier spins the wheel. If the wheel stops on your number, you win.

Pay outs

  • 1 - 1 to 1
  • 3 - 3 to 1
  • 5 - 5 to 1
  • 10 - 10 to 1
  • 50 - 20 to 1
  • House - House wins