ELECTRONIC ROULETTE SIDE BETS

A Shotgun Bet places 8 bets in a scattered pattern on and around the selected number.

Select a number and a bet will be placed on, single bet straight up, splits and each of the corners.

A Complete Bet places a bet on the straight, two bets in each split, four bets in each corner, three bets in the street and six bets in the double streets that have the selected number.

WHAT IS DOUBLE SPIN ROULETTE?

Double Spin Roulette is a new side bet that is available to play on all Electronic Roulette games on the Sabre Electronic Table Game terminals.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

A bet placed on this side bet is a bet that relies on the same number or a combination of numbers being spun twice in a row on the same wheel the customer is playing.

Example 1 - Straight up bet. If the player places a single bet on number 8, then for this bet to payout, 8 must be spun on two consecutive spins.

Example 2 - For a combinational bet such as a split, street or corner. If a player places a bet on the 8/11 split and 8 is spun on the first spin and 11 is spun on the second spin then the bet is paid out. It would also be valid if 8 was spun on both spins or if 11 was spun on both spins.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS BET?

Like any side bet, this gives the player the opportunity to win big from a relatively small stake.

WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?

To open up the side bet the player must firstly press the double spin icon which is located in the top left hand corner of the screen. The double spin layout will then appear allowing the player to place bets. The player can place more than one bet on the layout and combinations of bets will all payout at there individual odds.

WHAT ARE THE ODDS AND MAXIMUM BETS?

Players will be paid out according to the below table. Each bet is also limited to a maximum bet and this will be determined by the terminal price of play. The maximum bet can be found on the help page of each terminal and will be determined by the price of play of the terminal.

Baccarat, otherwise known as Punto Banco, is one of the most popular casino games in the world.

HOW TO PLAY BACCARAT

Baccarat is simple to learn and play. A game of baccarat has three possible outcomes: Player win, Banker win, and tie. The winning hand is whose total is closest to 9.

WHAT IS REMOTE BACCARAT?

Remote baccarat is an exciting new development for our Sabre Electronic Table Game terminals. A baccarat game will be dealt from a live dealer dealt table in one of our Birmingham Casinos and the result of each game will be broadcast to all Casinos that have Sabre terminals within the estate.

The cards will be dealt to the following rules below:

As the cards are dealt the current score will be displayed in between the two cards for each hand. Depending on this resulting score will determine if more cards are to be drawn. For example if the two cards drawn are 8 and 7 then the total would be 15. As the total is over 9 we lose the first digit from 15 to give a score of 5. We will then draw another card based on the drawing rules above. The scores will always range from 0 to 9 and it is impossible to bust.

The paytable and odds are displayed below:

What are Side Bets?

As the cards are dealt the current score will be displayed in between the two cards for each hand. Depending on this resulting score will determine if more cards are to be drawn. For example if the two cards drawn are 8 and 7 then the total would be 15. As the total is over 9 we lose the first digit from 15 to give a score of 5. We will then draw another card based on the drawing rules above. The scores will always range from 0 to 9 and it is impossible to bust.

WHAT IS 3-5 MULTI-WIN POKER?

3-5 multi win poker is an exciting new development for our Sabre ETG terminals. A poker game is dealt from Genting International Casino at RWB and the result of each game is broadcast to all casinos that have Sabre ETG terminals.

HOW TO PLAY 3-5 MULTI-WIN POKER?

3-5 multi win poker is a game that is played against the dealer. The basic idea of the game is to have a 3 card poker hand which is better than the dealers hand.

To start with you must make an initial wager in the bet section on the layout. Upon entering "No More Bets" three cards are dealt to the player and three cards are dealt face down to the dealer. Based on the strength of the three cards dealt you must decide to either raise or fold.

The 3 card hand rankings are pictured below:

Three Card Poker Hands

If you wish to raise then you need to either press the raise section on the layout or the raise button in the bottom right hand corner. All raises must be equal to the initial bet in value. If you do not make a decision within the allocated time then your hand will automatically be folded.

Once the decision has been made the dealers hand is revealed. You will then be paid out according to how your hand ranks when compared to the dealers.

For the dealers hand to qualify it must contain Queen high or better and the hand rankings only apply if the dealers hand qualifies.

The payout of the game is determined as follows:

Poker Payouts Bet Bonus

WHAT IS THE BET BONUS?

During the basic game, any hand that is ranked as a straight or better will automatically receive a bet bonus regardless of whether or not you raise the bet.

These hands are paid out at the following odds:

WHAT ARE THE SIDE BETS?

As well as the main game there are 2 additional side bets that you can play. 3 card bonus and 5 card bonus. You can play these without the need to place a bet on the main bet section.

The 3 card bonus is a side bet based purely on the 3 cards dealt to the player. The hand ranking and payouts are detailed below. This side bet will payout regardless of whether or not the players hand wins or loses to the dealers hand.

Three Card Bonus Five Card Bonus

The 5 card bonus is a side bet based on the best 5 card poker hand that can be made based on any combination of the 6 cards available to the player. The payouts are detailed right. This side bet will payout regardless of whether or not the players hand wins or loses to the dealers hand.

The 5 card poker hand rankings are detailed below:

Five Card Poker Hands