Easy Casino Games for Beginners

Easy Casino Games for Beginners


Casinos have fascinated since the first one was created in Italy in the 17th century. Casinos have since moved from posh baroque buildings in Europe to extravagant venues in the United States and the rest of the world. The creation of online casinos has brought this centuries-old passion to an even larger audience worldwide. Want to know more, then read on.

Pressing Start
Starting gambling as a hobby at the top casinos can feel overwhelming; here are some options of easier casino games for you to know what to look for.

The first casinos didn’t have slots; they didn’t appear till the 19th century. Still, no casino today, land-based or online, can survive without slot machines. The rules couldn’t get simpler: all you have to do is insert credits, push the button, and cross your fingers.

Video slots as we know them today were invented in the 1970s. Since it was free from mechanical reels, it gained limitless possibilities of themes and gameplay. The digitalization brought by the internet age gave space to:

3D slots, AR slots, and even some skill-based titles, which require hand-eye coordination. Slot games can be divided into four categories:

●      Single-coin

●      Multiplier

●      Megaways

●      Progressive

Surveys of players in numerous casinos point to the last two being  the most popular.


Dice games have been around since 400 BC, if the Greek philosopher Sophocles is to be believed. Today, craps are the most common dice game in any online casino. Its popularity is only challenged by the British dice game called Hazard.

Craps is a game of chance with pretty straightforward rules. Nevertheless, it still leaves some space for individual strategy. Players must bet in three options:

●      Laying odds

●      Don’t pass

●      Pass.

The person rolling the dice is called “the shooter”. Bets can be placed against the shooter (don’t pass, and pass) or against everyone on the table (laying odds).

Roulette games were probably there for the dawn of land-based casinos. An early version of the game was created by Blaise Pascal in the 17th century. Like the games above, roulette is also a game of sheer luck, where strategies are restricted to how to place the bets. A ball spinning on a small wheel (roulette, in French) decides the player’s fate.

Still, players can choose how much risk to take, depending on the kind of bet they place. Betting on colours (red or black numbers) gives almost equal odds to the house and the player. For this reason, this kind of bet is the least rewarding one. Players can also bet on entire columns or specific numbers, from 1 to 36.

Blackjack, Vingt-Un, or 21, is a strong contender for the title of the most popular card game ever. The only card game that could face blackjack in this title match is poker. Still, poker is far too complicated for those willing to start simple. Blackjack has straightforward rules, uncomplicated gameplay and less calculation.

Online blackjack today has very little space for card counting. Now, it uses many more decks and some pretty advanced shuffling techniques. Still, the main point here is to reach 21 with the cards in your hand. The Ace is the highest card and is worth 11 points; face cards and Tens ten points.

Going For It
All the games mentioned in this article have free versions online. Practice your favourite game on a free platform before going for the real thing. Free games are the best way to get in shape for real-life challenges. Above all, casino games are for entertainment only.

Gamble responsibly, and have fun!