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Black Jack – also known as Twenty-One – is the thrill itself and amongst the card games a classical from the beginning. But give it a try yourself, and decide, if you want another card to get closer to 21 than the dealer.
On the Black Jack card table there are 7 betting boxes arranged in a semicircle, the players place their bets in these square boxes. The game is played with six decks of 52 cards each. Guests sitting at the table are called box owners. Players standing around the table must accept the decisions of the box owner. The current minimum bets are indicated on the gaming tables. The maxima are per betting box.
How do I learn Black Jack?
This description will introduce you to the basics of this simple game. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our highly trained staff, who will be happy to assist you.
What is the value of each card?
The value of the cards is the same as the number on them from 2 to 10. Face cards – King, Queen, Jack – are worth 10, Ace can be worth 1 or 11 respectively.
What is Black Jack?
Black Jack is the combination of an ace and a face card, or an ace and a 10 card with the first two cards. Black Jack is worth more than any other card combination.
How can you win at Black Jack?
The player's goal is for the total value of their cards to be higher than the value of the dealer's cards, but not to exceed 21, or that the value of the dealer's cards should be more than 21.
In this case, you win the amount corresponding to your bet (1: 1). If you have a Black Jack combination, your winnings will be paid out in a 3:2 ratio.
After each player has placed their bets on the table, the dealer deals two cards to each box and one card for himself/herself face up. In a specific order, the box owners can request as many more cards as they think. The player who exceeds 21 with his/her cards loses his/her bet and his/her cards are drawn by the dealer.
After the owner of the last box no longer asks for a card (indicated by saying “Stay” or “No”), the dealer also draws a second card. If the value of his/her cards is 16 or less, he/she must draw another card. If the sum of the dealer’s cards exceeds 17, he/she can no longer draw more cards! If the dealer exceeds 21, all players left in the game automatically win.
If the dealer's first card is an ace, you can insure yourself against the dealer's Black Jack by placing a bet of the appropriate value in the Insurance field. Its value can be played from half to double the bet. If the dealer has a Black Jack, the sum insured will be paid in a 2:1 ratio, otherwise it will be forfeited.
Game situations and special terms at Black Jack:
Black Jack – Reaching 21 with the first two cards (e.g. Ace and King). Black Jack is stronger than any other card combination.
Double – You can double your bet after the first two cards. After that, however, you can only get one more card. If you play on someone’s box, you can only double if the box owner also doubles.
Split – When the first two cards are of equal value (e.g. two sixes or two Jacks), you can split them up into two new hands. In this case, you will continue to play with two split cards and two split bets, but even more splits are possible (maximum 4). For each split card an additional bet of the same amount is required. You can then get more cards to play if you want. Exception: When splitting two aces, you can only get one more card each. (In this case, 21 is not Black Jack, as the card combination was not reached with the first two cards.) You can also double after splitting.
Black Jack’s additional game is Perfect Pair, a separate betting option where the player bets on their first two split cards. The bet must be placed in the designated area before the cards are dealt.
Mixed Pair: 6:1.
2 cards of the same value, but with different colours and different symbols.
Coloured Pair: 12:1
2 cards of the same value, with the same colour but with different symbols.
Perfect Pair: 25:1
2 cards of the same value, with the same colour and symbol.
A “perfect pair” bet is won if the first two cards dealt form a pair as described above.
Roulette is the best known of the casino games, enchanting again and again. Once the dealer launches the ball the excitement increases. Red or black? Odd or even?
Place your bets!
In Casino Sopron can you try your luck on 3 American roulette tables, on Alfastreet electronic roulette with 8+6 seats, on Lotus electronic roulette with 6+6 seats and on Touchbet electronic roulette with 7 seats (connected to one of the live game tables).
The live game takes place in EURO. The minimum bets can vary:
• American roulette (live game): from 1€ min.
• Touchbet roulette: from 1€ min.
• Lotus roulette: from 50 cents min.
• Alfastreet roulette: from 20 Ft min.
How can I get to know American roulette?
We would like to introduce you to the Roulette variations. If you have any questions on this topic, please feel free to contact our highly trained staff, who will be happy to advise you.
The rules of French roulette known from casino movies and American roulette are the same, the only difference is in the looks. In American roulette the players place their bets themselves, the game is much faster and the layout is smaller, than in French roulette. The main difference between the two games is that while in American roulette one dealer leads the game, in French roulette there are three croupiers.
How do you play Roulette?
The cloth-covered betting area of the roulette table layout is provided with numbers, symbols and words.
The features are in English, but a description of each marking can be found in the Game Rules Explanation.
The center of the table is the wheel, which consists of 37 pockets with numbers from 0 to 36. The numbers are not in arithmetic order and are alternated in red and black coloured pockets. 0 (Zero) is in a green pocket. On the table layout, the numbers 0 to 36 are, of course, in arithmetic order.
Each game starts at the dealer’s prompt “Place your bets, please!”. The announcement given by the guest will be repeated in the same language by the dealer. You can place your chips with your own hands onto the fields you wish, but the dealer will also be happy to place your bets.
The dealer then spins the wheel in one direction and starts the ball in the opposite one.
After the announcement "No more bets, please", it is no longer possible to place more bets on the layout. After the ball falls into one of the numbered pockets, the winning number will be marked on the betting area with the „Dolly” (a small plastic figure). This is followed by the collecting of losing bets and the pay-out of winning bets.
A new game can begin!
How's the game at American roulette going?
It is possible to place your bets in coloured chips. These chips have no value indicated, only a symbol, that marks which table the chips belong to. When buying a chip, the guest determines the face value of the colour chip (e.g. € 1), which is clearly marked for everyone. At the end of the game, the colour chips are counted by the dealer and paid out in value chips, that can be redeemed at the cash desk or brought into play at another table. Of course, you can also play with traditional value chips in American roulette.
What can you bet on? How much can you win?
The current minimum bet is indicated on the game table display. In our illustrations, you can see the places where you can place your chips. In the event of a hit, prizes will be determined based on the stake, according to the following rules:
8 – SIMPLE CHANCE
The odds on this bet are 1:1.
RED All red numbers
BLACK All black numbers
1-18 (Low) Numbers from 1 to 18
19-36 (High) Numbers from 19 to 36
ODD All odd numbers
EVEN All even numbers
7-6 – DOZENS AND COLUMNS
The odds on this bet are 2:1.
COLUMN (12 numbers)
FIRST DOZEN The first twelve consecutive numbers: 1-12
SECOND DOZEN The middle twelve consecutive numbers: 13-24
THIRD DOZEN The last twelve consecutive numbers: 25-36
5 – SIX LINE
The odds on this bet are 5:1.
Six consecutive numbers in two consecutive rows.
E.g.: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
4 – CORNER
The odds on this bet are 8:1.
Four numbers that form a square on the layout.
E.g.: 7, 8, 10, 11.
The first four numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3 are called FIRST FOUR
3 – STREET
The odds on this bet are 11:1.
Three consecutive numbers in a horizontal line.
E.g.: 7, 8, 9 but also 0, 1, 2 or 0, 2, 3.
2 – SPLIT
The odds on this bet are 17:1.
Two vertically/horizontally adjacent numbers.
E.g.: 7 / 10 or 7 / 8
1 – STRAIGHT UP
The odds on this bet are 35:1.
One of the 37 numbers on the layout from 0 to 36.
Of course, you decide on your winning bets.
Our highly trained staff will be happy to inform you about the game variations known in international practice (such as Neighbours, Zero Game, Orphans, Small Series, Large Series, “Finals”) and the winning chances available with them.
Place your bets, please!
Ultimate Texas Hold'em Poker
The game is played with a deck of 52 cards against the cards of the dealer. Each player can combine their own two cards with the five community cards to form the best possible 5-card poker hand. Optionally, a bonus bet can be placed (Trips).
Some of the advantages of the game:
• The earlier you decide to raise the stakes, the more you can bet.
• You don’t have to fold until you see all community cards.
• Odds on the Trips Bonus will be paid regardless of the outcome of the game, if your final five-card hand is a Drill or a combination with a higher value.
Place identical bets in the Ante and Blind fields. It is also possible to place a Trips Bonus bet.
The player then receives two cards.
Bet big… or small… or not at all?
Once you have received your two cards, you can either check or you can raise 3-4x of the Ante bet (to the Play field). The dealer then reveals the first three community cards, the flop. If you have not yet placed a bet onto the Play field, you can choose to check or to raise with 2x your Ante bet. The dealer then reveals the final two community cards. If you haven’t already placed a Play bet, you have the choice to fold or to bet 1x your Ante.
Winning and Losing
The dealer then flips over his cards and announces his hand. If your hand beats the dealer’s, you win, and your Play and Ante bets are paid out 1:1. In the event that the winning hand is a Straight or stronger, the Blind field bet will be paid in the appropriate proportion, the value of which is indicated on the layout. If the dealers hand beats yours, you lose your Play, Ante and Blind stakes. If you tie, these bets push.
Trips Bonus bet
For 2-20 Euros, if the player has a Flush or a higher combination, he/she wins - according to the ratios indicated on the layout, regardless of the dealer's qualifying.
The dealer needs at least one pair to qualify. If the dealer doesn’t qualify, your Ante bet will be returned to you. The comparison and pay-out then begin (see “Winning and Losing”).
At Casino Sopron you can play with a wide selection of slot machines, which we procure from the most successful international manufacturers to satisfy a wide range of needs. Our game offer is always expanding according to current demand.
In our casino, the visitor will find both EURO and FORINT slot machines. The minimum bets vary from machine to machine: 1 cent, 10 cents or 10 HUF per line. Of course, this information is also displayed on the slot machines!
Our slot machines work with banknotes and special tickets.
Our slot machines are tied to a 4 level Jackpot system: Mini, Midi, Maxi and Grand. The Jackpot prizes can be won at random, depending on the game combination and stake size. These prizes can reach up to 10.000 EUR on slot machines operating with Euro, and 3.000.000 HUF on those operating with Forint!
Most of our slot machines offer several types of gaming options, so even within one slot machine, the player can choose from several different games.
Our most popular games (with no claim of being exhaustive):