Casino Table games are essentially card games. On the left is a screenshot of the Table Games Welcome page. Here all Table Games on offer on Silversands Online Casino can be viewed which include 21 (Blackjack) and Caribbean Games as well.
Navigation is really simple. First click on the tabs in front of you. Then click the name of the game that you are interested in. Relevant information for the game will appear on-screen.
As you click on the Table Game of your choice, you will be able to preview the way your screen would be laid out when you actually begin playing. In our picture Baccarat is chosen. Once Baccarat was selected, the preview pane displayed a screenshot with relevant information. If you decide to play, click on the Play button.
Remember that assistance is readily available at any time should you need it. Also, there is no compulsion for you to pay to play at the Tables – you can very well choose to play for free! In fact, to learn the ropes, we encourage you to do so initially and then gradually move to playing with money.
To play the wide variety of Table Games at Silversands Casino all you need to do is download the proprietary software which is truly a breeze!
AVAILABLE CASINO TABLE GAMES
Below are some of the Table Games on offer on Silversands Casino:
In doing so, you can of course bet across the board – on the Banker, the Player, or even bet on a Tie happening.
Hands with 8 or 9 are naturals and therefore win, unless of course there is a Tie. Yes, it is also possible that both hands end up with naturals. In this case, the hand with the higher value wins. Another possibility is that not only do both hands have naturals, the naturals themselves are of the same value as well. In such a scenario, it is your bet which gets relegated to the background. When there is no natural a third card is dealt.
In terms of Values, cards 2 – 9 have Face Value while 10s and above including Jacks, Queens, and Kings have ZERO value. Aces have one point value.
The rules of Blackjack, like Baccarat, are again fairly simple. As a player you get two cards facing up. The dealer too gets two cards but they are faced differently. One is faced up the other is faced down. The aim here is to try and beat the dealer in getting as near to 21 as possible without actually crossing it. A perfect blackjack would be a hand which adds up to precisely 21 using two cards only.
Therefore, if there is a perfect blackjack then that hand would win by default unless the dealer and the player both happen to have 21 each.
Also bear in mind that the two cards rule remains sacrosanct – so a hand adding up to 21 with say three or more cards would not count as blackjack.
TEXAS HOLD’EM BONUS POKER SUMMARY
Both players and dealers need to ensure that they have the best possible poker hand of five cards. The combination does not really matter. It could be a set of five community cards or perhaps even your own hand of two cards. What you essentially need to do is compare the hand you have with that of the dealer.
If that isn’t enough and you would like to raise the stakes considerably, then you could bet on a “Bonus Jackpot”. Here the idea is to see where you stand with the two card hand that you have vis-à-vis that which has been posted on the paytable.
Also, an added advantage on this Table Game is that it is not essential to be a base game winner during the bonus wager.