Casino games hire

Have you always wanted to learn how to play casino games but dont want the risk? Or are you off to Las Vegas and would like some tuition before you take the plunge?
Hire a fun casino with London casino hire and learn to play the games with no risk!
Below is a brief summary of the games we provide and some odds and strategy to get you started
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Roulette

Roulette is a fun and simple way to get your guests together and its very simple to learn. See below for roulette odds

Highlights

  • Easy to play
  • Fun for all ages
  • Quick and easy to learn

Blackjack

Blackjack is a simple card game. Get as near as you can to 21 without going bust! and you must beat the croupier

Highlights

  • Easy to play
  • A fast and fun game
  • Quick and easy to learn

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Poker

We provide a range of poker tables including five card stud, three card poker and texas holdem. Just select your choice when you book

Highlights

  • Very popular at events
  • Skilled croupiers to teach guests
  • Various versions to suit you

Craps/Dice

Dice is a great addition to any fun casino table hire. Our skilled croupiers can teach you the basics of the game and its real Las Vegas fun

Highlights

  • Fun and fast game
  • For the more skilled player
  • Great 3rd or 4th casino table

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Fortune wheel

A very simple colourful game which is very simple to learn and play. Have your guests spin the wheel and take their chances

Highlights

  • Great for younger players
  • Everyone can have a spin
  • Suitable for childrens parties
Take a look at the game guides below and choose the best games for you

If you bet on 1 number straight up the odds are 35-1
If you bet on 2 numbers split 17-1
If you bet on 3 numbers street 11-1
If you bet on 4 numbers square 8-1
If you bet on 6 numbers line 5-1
If you bet on the thirds 1-12 or 13-24 or 25-36 you will win 2-1
If you bet on the column thirds, its still 12 numbers and you will win 2-1
If you bet on Even or odd 1-1
If you bet on Red or black 1-1 If you bet on High or Low 1-1
If you have placed a winning bet, these are the odds you will win and your original stake will be returned to you also
This is a very simple game. All you have to do is get as near to 21 as you can without going bust. Players sit around the semi-circular fun casino table facing the croupier. Each player is dealt two cards and they will each in turn get the opportunity to take additional cards. If a player takes cards and the hand exceeds 21, they will then looses that hand.

To bet, players place their stakes before the boxes in front of them, the croupier then deals a card face up to each player and one to himself. A second card is then dealt to each player and the croupier takes his card at the end, when everyone else has had their turn. If a player is satisfied with his or her hand, he/she can ‘stay’. If dissatisfied, he/she may say ‘card’ and be dealt extra cards. If the croupier draws to 16 he must draw another card if he has 16 or less. If 17 or more is shown the croupier must stay. Cards are worth face value, picture cards are worth ten; ace can be worth one or eleven, you as the player, chooses high or low

Blackjack is a 2 card hand with an ace and a card worth 10 this beats all other hands.

Casino Stud Poker

Casino stud poker varies from normal poker as you are only playing against one person: the croupier. There may be other players at the table and they play separately with their own set of cards

The casino version is set up to be super simple. You start by placing your ante in the box provided. The croupier will now deal 5 cards to all players face down, including himself. He will then turn his last card face up for everyone to see.

You may now pick up your cards and decide your what you would like to do. You have three options. If you cant see anything in your hand then you can ‘fold’ and lose your anti bet. If you have a great hand you double your anti bet and place it in your raise bet. If you have nothing in your hand and the croupier is not showing and ace or a king then you could have a go. If the croupier does not make a hand, you get paid even money on your anti bet

Now that all players have made their bets or “Folded”, the croupier will reveal the rest of his cards. If the Dealer does not have an Ace & King or better in his hand then he will pay even money on all ante bets left, but he will not pay any raise bets

If the Dealer does have an Ace & King or better then he will turn over all the players hands and compare them to his. If he has beaten a hand then the ante and raise bets of that hand are lost. If he has the same hand then a “Stand Off” results and the ante and raise bets are left on the table. If the croupier has lost, then he will pay even money on the ante, and will use the following pay structure to pay the raise bet

HAND    PAYS

Royal flush                         100 to 1

Straight flush                     50 to 1

Four of a kind                    20 to 1

Full house                          7 to 1

Flush                                   5 to 1

Straight                               4 to 1

Three of a kind                  3 to 1

Two pair                             2 to 1

All other                             1 to 1

Texas holdem is simple to learn and most players can be taught the basics in a few minutes with our professional croupiers. Texas holdem has many facets and is a constant learning process. Learning the basic hands is only the very beginning. Learning about people, how they play, the odds of what card will come out next, there is a whole life time of learning

When you sit at the table with the other players, the croupier deals each player with chips in front of them two cards, face down. The community cards in the centre of the table come after a round of betting has been made.

The bets

After the dealer you have a small blind and a big blind, these are enforced bets and must happen before any cards are dealt. After each player has cards the betting can start. After the big blind, each player has the chance to match the big blind or raise. Betting goes around to each player and continues until each player has bet equal amounts or folded their hands

Flop, turn, river

The first round of betting is followed by the what’s called the flop, three community cards are placed face up on the board. This is followed by a second betting round. It starts with the first player to the left of the dealer who can choose to either check, bet (or fold). The betting round is over when all remaining players have contributed an equal amount to the pot. Then the croupier will deal the turn card. This is followed by another round of betting, again where the players can check, bet or fold. Then the river card is dealt and is the last card to be turned. This is followed by a last round of betting and then it will be the showdown

The last player to place a bet shows first and then the players show their hands clockwise. The player can use the community cards or not, depending on what is in their hand. The object is to make the best hand with five cards. Whoever has the best hand, wins the pot and the cards are gathered in and shuffled, ready for the next hand

There are lots of books on poker basics and poker strategy for more information

Dice is a great game and fast paced. Its ideal for the 3rd or 4th table for your fun casino event. Our croupiers are very experienced dice dealers and can guide your guests through playing the game effectively. Before the dice are rolled by the person called the shooter, all bets have to be placed. Each player places a bet on the numbers that may or may not come up. Prior to the dice first being rolled, players make pass line bets.

The shooter’s first roll of the dice is referred to as the come out roll.

If the come out roll is 7 or 11, then these bets are instant winners.

If the come out roll is 2, 3 or 12, then these bets are instant losers.

The remaining numbers (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) are referred to as the point.

If the shooter rolls the point, then they must continue rolling until the point or the number 7 come up again.

If the point comes up before the 7, then all pass line bets win.

If the 7 comes up before the point, then all pass line bets lose.

That’s a very basic explanation of craps and how to win. Its always lots of fun and the loudest cheers comes from the craps table

This game is the easiest game tp play out of all the fun casino games at London casino hire. The table is a simple layout with 5 colours which range in value. Place your bets on any of the colours and watch the colourful wheel spin. The wheel will eventually stop and the pointer will land on a colour. If you have bet on that colour you win

There are different pay odds on the colours and the more you win the less of that colour there will be on the wheel

What games to choose…. what our experts say


Here at casino hire London, we have entertained guests at many events. Depending on the number of guests and how much the casino will be part of your entertainment will depend on the amount of tables you have. In our experience for parties over 25 people two tables is ideal. 40 or more, you will require between two and three tables. above 60 guests four tables works well. Our range of games all work great together. Roulette and blackjack package or a roulette, blackjack and Poker package being the most popular. If you are still unsure, give us a call and we can talk through your requirements

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