Online Table Games

Australians love to play casino games. Every city has at least one large casino. And now every Australian has access to online gambling as well. Play this video of Melbourne's Crown Casino to see its amazing burning flames:

Casino Table Games Australian Style

The leading Australian online casinos offer the following online table games in a variety of formats and versions:
  • Blackjack
  • Roulette
  • Baccarat
  • Texas Hold'em Poker
  • Craps

    All the Australian based online casinos offer online table games and the rules for playing are much the same from one online casino to the other.

    Blackjack Down Under

    The blackjack is one of the best multi-hand Blackjack games on the Internet. Not only can you play up to five hands at a time but you can play the side bet "Perfect Pairs" on every hand as well.

    Here is a list of the online blackjack rules:

  • It is illegal to gamble unless you are at least 18 years old.
  • The long-term average player return for online blackjack, as approved by the Regulatory Authority, is 97.64%.
  • Wins are multiplied by the value of each bet staked.
  • Every hand dealt is randomly selected from a new, full 8 deck shoe.
  • The minimum bet is $1.
  • The maximum initial bet is $300 per hand plus a Perfect Pairs Bet of $25 per hand
  • From one to five hands may be played in any one deal
  • A gaming system malfunction voids all plays and pays.
  • Lasseters blackjack plays to the government approved rules of the Northern Territory, Australia. Perfect Pairs Perfect Pairs is a blackjack side bet found in casinos all over the world. You win perfect pairs when the first two cards dealt to you in a blackjack hand are a pair. There are three kinds of pairs.
  • A "perfect pair": two identical cards (like two eight of clubs).
  • A "colored pair": two cards of the same value and color (like the eight of clubs and the eight of spades).
  • A "mixed pair": two cards of the same value but different colors (like an 8 of clubs and an 8 of hearts.


    Roulette in online Australian casinos is the European version with one zero. It is the traditional gambling game named after the French word meaning "small wheel". In the game, a croupier spins a wheel in one direction, then spins a ball in the opposite direction around a tilted circular surface running around the circumference of the wheel. The ball eventually falls on to the wheel and into one of 37 colored and numbered pockets on the wheel.


    Only 3 bets are possible in baccarat: Bank, Player, or Tie. Two cards are dealt to the Bank hand and two cards are dealt to the Player hand. Sometimes a third card is dealt to either or both hands. Whichever hand is closest to nine is the winner. The game is usually dealt from a six- or eight-deck shoe. All tens, jacks, queens and kings equal zero. The ace equals one. All the other cards equal their face value. Thus a nine equals nine, a two equals two and so forth.

    Texas Hold'em Poker

    Texas Hold 'em can be learned in a few minutes by anyone and you can be playing fairly well after a few hours practice. In order to learn the game, however, you must play and you must play fairly often. Once you understand the basic structure of the game, you can play Texas Hold 'em and even some of the many variations. Texas Hold 'em is an easy game to learn, just difficult to master. The "mastering" part is the costly part, especially in the traditional setting of a casino poker room. Thankfully, you can practice all you want for free in online poker rooms.


    In craps, players wager money against the casino on the outcome of one roll, or of a series of rolls, of two dice. Craps can also be played in less formal settings and is said to be popular among soldiers. In such situations side bets are more frequent, with one or several participants covering or "fading" bets against the dice.

  • Online Table Games in Australia