The Euro Live Casino


The Euro Live is an amazing option for players that want a real-world casino experience from the comfort of home. Euro Live games are held remotely in a casino environment, and broadcast to players via a live streaming platform. Live Blackjack, Live Poker, Live European Roulette, and Live Baccarcat are the games available through with live casino playing option. Available 24 x 7 x 365.

Euro Live has it all – friendly dealers, tables, cards, chips, shuffling. The only thing missing is the drink service, but you can take care of that detail from your home bar. When you play at a live dealer casino, you can interact and socialize with the dealer and other players.

Feel the action as being a little closer to how games are played in a land-based casino, this is a very popular option if you are not able to make the trip to the local casino, or just prefer the comfort of your home.

You can also play The Euro Live Casino from your mobile device!

And as always with all our products, you will only find the best payouts.

How to Transfer Chips to your Euro Live account.
In order to start playing in the Euro Live Casino you must complete a chip transfer. To do so, go to the Euro Live Casino under Live Dealer tab. You will then be taken to the main lobby where you will see your Sportsbook Balance at the top. You will need to transfer chips from your Sportsbook Balance to your Casino Balance. Go to Cashier to do the transfer. Enter the amount of you would like to transfer. It will instantly transfer the amount from your Main Sportsbook Balance to your Casino Balance.

When you are finished playing, simply hit the "Return Funds to Main Balance" button to return your Casino balance to your Main Balance.

Rules:

How to play Euro Live Baccarat

How to play Euro Live Blackjack

How to play Euro Live Casino Holdem

How to play Euro Live European Roulette



Rules Baccarat – The Euro Live Casino

Eight decks of cards are used.

Cards are given point values as follows: Ace = 1, 2-9 = pip value, 10 and face cards = 0.

At the start of a new shoe, the dealer will turn over one card. This will determine how many cards the dealer will burn, according to the baccarat value, except a 10 or face card will result in 10 cards burned.

The cut card will be placed approximately one deck (52 cards) from the bottom of the shoe. When the cut card appears, the dealer will finish that hand, play one more hand, and then start a new shoe. If the cut card comes out instead of the first card, the dealer will finish that hand, and then start a new shoe.

Play begins by all players betting either on the "player", "banker", or a tie during the predefined betting time displayed in the application.

After the betting time has ended and the game has entered “no more bets” mode the bets will be sent to the server and the dealer will give two cards each to the player and the banker. The score of the hand is the right digit of the total of the cards. For example, if the two cards were an 8 and 7, then the total would be 15 and the score would be a 5. The scores will always range from 0 to 9 and it is impossible to bust.

A third card may or may not be dealt to either the player or the dealer depending on the following rules:

  1. If either the player or the banker has a total of an 8 or a 9 they both stand. This rule overrides all other rules.
  2. If the player's total is 5 or less, then the player hits, otherwise the player stands.
  3. If the player stands, then the banker hits on a total of 5 or less. If the player does hit then use the chart below to determine if the banker hits (H) or stands (S):

Baccarat Drawing Rules

Banker's Score

Player's Third Card

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

7

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

6

S

S

S

S

S

S

H

H

S

S

5

S

S

S

S

H

H

H

H

S

S

4

S

S

H

H

H

H

H

H

S

S

3

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

S

H

2

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

1

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

0

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H


Payout and Odds
The following return tables show the possible outcomes of the banker, player, and tie bets for an 8-deck game.
Banker Bet — 8 Decks

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Banker wins

0.95

2,292,252,566,437,888

0.458597

0.435668

Player wins

-1

2,230,518,282,592,256

0.446247

-0.446247

Tie

0

475,627,426,473,216

0.095156

0

Total

 

4,998,398,275,503,360

1

-0.010579


Player Bet — 8 Decks

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Banker wins

-1

2,292,252,566,437,888

0.458597

-0.458597

Player wins

1

2,230,518,282,592,256

0.446247

0.446247

Tie

0

475,627,426,473,216

0.095156

0

Total

 

4,998,398,275,503,360

1

-0.012351


Tie Bet — 8 Decks

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Banker wins

-1

2,292,252,566,437,888

0.458597

-0.458597

Player wins

-1

2,230,518,282,592,256

0.446247

-0.446247

Tie

8

475,627,426,473,216

0.095156

0.761248

Total

 

4,998,398,275,503,360

1

-0.143596


Pair Bets — 8 Decks

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Pair

11

6448

0.074699

0.821687

No pair

-1

79872

0.925301

-0.925301

Total

 

86320

1

-0.103614


Player Bonus

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Win by 9

30

18,409,431,764,992

0.003683

0.110492

Win by 8

10

34,097,645,543,424

0.006822

0.068217

Win by 7

6

89,590,261,473,280

0.017924

0.107543

Win by 6

4

141,238,897,317,888

0.028257

0.113027

Win by 5

2

166,169,165,987,840

0.033244

0.066489

Win by 4

1

186,780,352,174,080

0.037368

0.037368

Natural win

1

812,685,054,124,032

0.162589

0.162589

Natural tie

0

89,325,908,267,520

0.017871

0

Loss

-1

3,460,101,558,850,300

0.692242

-0.692242

Totals

4,998,398,275,503,350

1

-0.026517


Banker Bonus

Event

Pays

Combinations

Probability

Return

Win by 9

30

15,390,342,909,952

0.003079

0.092372

Win by 8

10

28,305,092,784,128

0.005663

0.056628

Win by 7

6

79,517,099,278,336

0.015909

0.095451

Win by 6

4

119,200,072,366,080

0.023848

0.095391

Win by 5

2

157,275,882,332,160

0.031465

0.062931

Win by 4

1

201,147,167,287,296

0.040242

0.040242

Natural win

1

812,685,054,124,032

0.162589

0.162589

Natural tie

0

89,325,908,267,520

0.017871

0

Loss

-1

3,495,551,656,153,850

0.699334

-0.699334

Totals

4,998,398,275,503,350

1

-0.093731


Big and Small
The Small bet, pays 3 to 2 if the total Player and Banker cards equals four.
The Big bet pays if the total Player and Banker cards equals five or six and pays 0.54 to 1.
Either Pair
The Either Pair bet pays if the first two cards of the Player or Banker form a pair. A win pays 5 to 1. 
Perfect Pair
The Perfect Pair pays if the first two cards of the Player or Banker form a suited pair. A win pays 25 to 1.

Main UI functions:
Game Info – includes the following information:
Table ID which indicated the physical number of the table in the casino.
Dealer name indicates the name of the dealer currently playing the table, dealers will change their name upon rotation.
Transaction ID – this is the unique round ID and in case of any questions or dispute it is required to indicate the round ID.
Game Stats – shows the percentage deviation of results between Banker, Player and TIE.
*based on the last shoe of decks from last shuffle.
Chat – allow players to write text message to the dealer and chat with other fellow players.
Limits – the limits table give the player indication about the minimum and maximum be values allowed on each of the playing board betting spots.


Full Screen – 
by clicking this button (or on the center of the video screen), player can choose if to enter full screen mode (F11), additional click on the same button or on Esc button will revert the game to regular screen mode.
Sounds on / off – give players the option to mute / unmute the UI sound and live video audio sound.
Game History – clicking this feature will open a web page on top of the game UI which will display the player the latest rounds results as well as the player betting history.
Tip – players are able to reward favorable dealer by giving them a tip based on the player consideration, the Tip amount given to the dealer shall be debuted from the Player balance directly and is not related in any way to the game flow or to the game rules.
The Big Roads, Bead Roads and the Trends - are used in order to allow the player to keep the track on the latest round results, in a way that may try to predicate the outcome of the next round, the outcome of each round is fully randomly and the purpose of the roads and trends is to basically keep track on the previous rounds outcome, the roads and trends hold the latest rounds information from the moment the show has been replaced
Repeat- clicking this button will repeat the last Bet made by the user.
Undo – clicking this button will cancel the last Bet placed by the user.
Remove – clicking this button will remove all bets placed by the user.



Rules Blackjack – The Euro Live Casino

Black Jack Rules:

Eight decks of 52-cards are used.

Aces may be counted as 1 or 11 points, 2 to 9 according to pip value, and tens and face cards count as ten points.

The value of a hand is the sum of the point values of the individual cards. Except, a "blackjack" is the highest hand, consisting of an ace and any 10-point card, and it outranks all other 21-point hands.

After the players have bet, the dealer will give two cards to each player and two cards to himself. One of the dealer cards is dealt face up. The facedown card is called the "hole card."

If the dealer has an ace showing, he will offer a side bet called "insurance." This side wager pays 2 to 1 if the dealer's hole card is any 10-point card. Insurance wagers are optional and may not exceed half the original wager.

If the dealer has a ten or an ace showing (after offering insurance with an ace showing), then he will peek at his facedown card to see if he has a blackjack. If he does, then he will turn it over immediately.

If the dealer does have a blackjack, then all wagers (except insurance) will lose, unless the player also has a blackjack, which will result in a push. The dealer will resolve insurance wagers at this time.

Play begins with the player to the dealer's left. The following are the choices available to the player: 

1. Stand: Player stands pat with his cards.

2. Hit: Player draws another card (and more if he wishes). If this card causes the player's total points to exceed 21 (known as "breaking" or "busting") then he loses.

3. Double: Player doubles his bet and gets one, and only one, more card.

4. Split: If the player has a pair, then he may double his bet and separate his cards into two individual hands. The dealer will automatically give each card a second card. Then, the player may hit, stand, or double normally. However, when splitting aces, each ace gets only one card. Sometimes doubling after splitting is not allowed. If the player gets a ten and ace after splitting, then it counts as 21 points, not a blackjack. Usually the player may keep re-splitting up to a total of four hands. Sometimes re-splitting aces is not allowed.

After each player has had his turn, the dealer will turn over his hole card. If the dealer has 16 or less, then he will draw another card. A special situation is when the dealer has an ace and any number of cards totaling six points (known as a "soft 17"). At some tables, the dealer will also hit a soft 17.

If the dealer goes over 21 points, then any player who didn't already bust will win.

If the dealer does not bust, then the higher point total between the player and dealer will win.

Winning wagers pay even money, except a winning player blackjack which pays 3 to 2.

Side Bets:
21 + 3 is an optional side bet placed at the same time as the opening wagers in the basic game. 21 + 3 is a wager that the first two cards dealt to a player, combined with the first card dealt to the dealer, will make a three-card poker hand against the following list of winning hands:

1. Flush - All three cards of the same suit (e.g. three hearts, three clubs etc)

2. Straight – All three cards in sequence but not the same suit (e.g. 5D, 6C,7H)

3. Three of a kind - All three of the same ranking (e.g. three 2’s, three 7’s etc)

4. Straight Flush – All three in sequence and of the same suit (e.g.4,5,6 of clubs)

5. Suited three of a kind - All three of the same ranking and the same suit (e.g. three 2’s of clubs, three 7’s of spades, etc)

EVENT

PAYS

Suited three of a kind

100

Straight flush

40

Three of a kind

25

Straight

10

Flush

5


Perfect Pairs is an optional side bet placed at the same time as the opening wagers in the basic game. Perfect Pairs is a wager that the first two cards dealt to a hand will be a pair of the same value (for example, a pair of twos, threes, four etc). Odds are paid depending on whether the two matching cards are also of the same suit, same colour or are of mixed colours. If the two cards do not form a pair, then the Perfect Pairs wager loses.

EVENT

PAYS

Mixed color pair (one red, one black)

6

Same color pair (both red/black but different suits)

12

Perfect Pair (both same suit)

25


 

Even Money:

If you have Blackjack, and the dealer's visible card is an ace, then the player will be offered even money

Even money pays 1:1.

Insurance:

If the dealer's first card is an Ace, you can buy insurance.

Insurance costs half the value of the initial bet and pays 2 to 1 if the dealer gets Blackjack.

If you take the insurance and the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance bet.

it’s important to understand that insurance has no influence on your original wager, which in either case will be completed as usual

Bet Behind:  allows players to make a bet on another player’s hand – whether they’re waiting for a seat or playing at the table. Decisions are only for the main player that has taken the seat.

Players can bet behind while they wait for one of the 7 main seats at the table - never waiting to play

Players in the main seats can also bet behind any other seat(s)

Main UI Functions:

Game Info – Includes the following information:
Table ID which indicates the physical number of the table in the casinjo
Dealer name indicates the name of the dealer currently playing the table, dealers will change their name upon rotation-
Transaction ID this is the unique round ID and in case of any question or disputes it is required to indicate the round ID
Game Limits – The limits give the player indication about the payout, and the minimum and maximum bet values on each of the playing board betting spots.
Full Screen – By clicking this button the player can enter full screen mode (also pressing F11). Clicking the same button in full screen (or pressing ESC) will revert the game to regular screen mode. By clicking the center of the video screen, the video can go in full screen mode. Clicking the video screen, (or pressing ESC) will revert the game to regular screen mode.
Sound on/off – Give players the option to mute/unmute the UI sound and live video audio sound.
Chat – Allows the player to send messages to the dealer.
Tip – Players are able to reward favorable dealers by giving them a tip based on the player consideration. The Tip amount given to the dealer shall be debited from the Player’s balance directly, and is not related in any way to the game flow or the game rules.
Other player’s bets – On the main betting layout, players can see the betting activity and behavior of other players sharing the same table and limit group. The player must select which seat to take, while the other members will be seated in the other seats surrounding him. By watching other players bet, the gaming experience becomes far more attractive and exciting to the player.



Rules Casino Hold’em – The Euro Live Casino

Objective

The Casino Hold’em goal is to beat the Dealer’s hand. Both player and dealer receive two cards in the beginning. Another five flop cards are dealt during the game. The best poker hand wins. The hand is standard and consists of five cards. As long as each player has two cards of his own and five – shared, only the highest combination, of five from these seven, counts. The hands are compared in the end of the game.

Cards

Casino Hold’em is played with a standard 52-card deck, mixed after each game. The cards strength goes from highest to lowest in this series: Ace (A), King (K), Queen (Q), Jack (J), 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2. In some specific cases, the Ace might become the lowest card, less than number 2. All the suits – hearts, spades, diamonds, and clubs – are equal.

Game rules

 The rules are as follows.

1. Play begins with each player making an Ante wager. There is also an optional Progressive Jackpot side bet.

2. The dealer gives the player and himself two hole cards and three community cards face up on the table.

3. Each player must decide to either fold or call. If the player folds, then he gives up his cards and his Ante bet. If the player calls, then the Call bet must be equal to two times the Ante bet.

4. The dealer will then deal two more community cards, for a total of five. The dealer will then turn over his own two cards.

5. Both hands shall be scored according the highest poker value of the two hole cards and five community cards.

6. The dealer must have a pair of fours or better to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify then the Ante will pay according to the Ante pay table below and the Call bet will push.

7. If the dealer qualifies and beats the player, then the player will lose both the Ante and Call.

8. If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer then the Ante will pay according to the Ante pay table below and the Call bet will pay 1 to 1.

9. If the dealer qualifies and the player ties the dealer then both Ante and Call bets will push.

Betting instructions

Casino Hold’em starts with Ante bet. You enter the game with this bet. When ready with your Ante bet. The first step is to receive two face-up cards for you, two hidden – for the Dealer and three flop cards – again with faces up.
After receiving your two cards and the three “flop” cards, you have to evaluate your hand and choose among the following:

When all the five flop cards are on the table, the Dealer’s cards are turned over. Your best hand is formed by a combination between your own two cards and the five flop cards. It is the same with the best Dealer’s hand. The hands are compared to each other and the highest one wins the game.
You might make an additional bonus bet – called AA bet. To make an AA bet: first, you have to determine our Ante bet; then click the AA circle, where you put the bet. AA bet counts your two own cards and the three flop cards, dealt on the first round of the game. AA bet is not related to the other dealing results. You might lose the game, but the AA bet might win or vice versa
Game outcomes

Ranking hands

Royal Flush - Consists of Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10, all of the same suit.

Straight Flush - Consists of five cards in sequence, all of the same suit (the Ace might be the weakest card).

Four - Consists of four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.

Full House - Consists of three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.

Flush - Consists of five cards of the same suit.

Straight - Consists of five cards in sequence of any suit (the Ace might be the weakest card).

Three - Consists of three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.

Two Pair - Consists of two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.

One Pair - Consists of two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.

High Card - Made of any five cards not meeting any of the above requirements.

Game outcomes

The Poker hand consists of five cards. Each higher category hand beats lower category ones: three cards of one denomination beat two sets of two cards; two sets of two cards beat a set of two cards, etc. If the hands are equal and in the same category, the individual cards set up the winner. If the highest cards in players’ hands are equal, the second highest cards should be compared, and so on. Here is an example: 

 

The 7 wins over the 2 having the same pair due to the value of the 7.
The comparison continues until the fifth cards are compared.
Note that sixth and seventh cards are not taken in consideration when determining how high the hand is. Your best hand might consist of only one of your own two cards and four of the community cards, even the best hand of a player might consist only of community cards.
Main UI functions
Game Info – includes the following information:
TableID which indicated the physical number of the table in the casino.
Player Name. Indicates the name of the player
Transaction ID – this is the unique round ID and in case of any questions or dispute it is required to indicate the round ID.
Limits. Indicates the limits of min and max of the table.
Chat – allow players to write text message to the dealer and chat with other fellow players.
Limits – the limits table give the player indication about the minimum and maximum be values allowed on each of the playing board betting spots.
Full Screen – 
by clicking this button (or on the center of the video screen), player can choose if to enter full screen mode (F11), additional click on the same button or on Esc button will revert the game to regular screen mode.
Sounds on / off – give players the option to mute / unmute the UI sound and live video audio sound.
Game History – clicking this feature will open a web page on top of the game UI which will display the player the latest rounds results as well as the player betting history.
Payouts

 

Ante Payout

Royal Flush

100:1

Straight Flush

20:1

Four Of a Kind

10:1

Full House

3:1

Flush

2:1

Straight

1:1

Three of a Kind

1:1

Two pair

1:1

One pair

1:1

High Card

1:1

 

AA Payout

Royal Flush

100:1

Straight Flush

50:1

Four Of a Kind

40:1

Full House

30:1

Flush

20:1

Straight

7:1

Three of a Kind

7:1

Two pair

7:1

One pair

0

High Card

0



Rules European Roulette – The Euro Live Casino

Roulette Rules:

1. The numbers 0 through 36 are marked on the roulette wheel.

2. In number ranges from 1 to 10 and 19 to 28, odd numbers are red and even are black. In ranges from 11 to 18 and 29 to 36, odd numbers are black and even are red.

3. There is a green pocket numbered 0 (zero).

4. The numbers are arranged in the following order: 0-32-15-19-4-21-2-25-17-34-6-27-13-36-11-30-8- 23-10-5-24-16-33-1-20-14-31-9-22-18-29-7-28-12-35-3-26

5. A ball is spun in the opposite direction from the roulette wheel and eventually it lands on one of the numbered pocket.

6. The objective is for the player to predict which number slot on the Roulette wheel the ball will land on.

7. The layout of the roulette table is divided into 2 different sections – individual numbers and group bets. “Inside bets” are those which are placed on individual, adjacent, or small groups of numbers. The bets which cover groups of 12 or 18 (e.g. red, odd, etc.) are labeled “outside bets.”



Roulette Inside Bets

1. Straight Up A bet on any single number including "0", placed directly on the number. Pays 35:1

2. Split Bet A bet on two adjacent numbers, placed on the line between the 2 numbers. Also can be made between 0 and 1, 0 and 2, or 0 and 3. Pays 17:1

3. Street Bet A bet on all three numbers in a row, placed on the line at the end of the row. Can also be placed on 0, 1, and 2. or 0, 2 and 3. Pays 11:1

4. Corner Bet A bet on a group of four numbers, placed at the corner where the 4 numbers touch. Also can be made on the corner of 0, 1, 2, and 3. Pays 8:1

5. Line Bet A bet on six numbers (2 rows of 3 numbers), placed at the end of two rows on the line between them. Pays 5:1



Roulette Outside Bets

1. Column Bet A bet on an entire column, placed on a 2-1 box at the end of a column. Pays 2:1

2. Dozen Bet A bet on a group of 12 numbers, placed on the 1st 12 box (numbers 1-12), 2nd 12 box (numbers 13-24), or 3rd 12 box (numbers 25-36). Pays 2:1

3. Color Bet A bet on all of the red numbers or all of the black numbers, placed on the red box (all red numbers) or the black box (all black numbers). Pays 1:1

4. Even/Odd A bet on all of the even numbers or all of the odd numbers, placed on the Even box (all even numbers) or the Odd box (all odd numbers). Pays 1:1

5. 1 to 18/19 to 36 A bet on all low numbers or all high numbers, placed on the low box (numbers 1-18) or the high box (numbers 19-36). Pays 1:1



Other Bets

1. 5/8 Series 6 chips are bet. 1 chip is placed on each of the following splits: 5/8; 10/11; 13/16; 23/24; 27/30; 33/36.

2. Orphans 5 chips are bet. 1 chip is placed straight-up on 1 and 1 chip on each of the splits: 6/9; 14/17; 17/20 and 31/34.

3. 0/2/3 Series 9 chips are bet. 2 chips are placed on the 0,2,3 trio; 1 on the 4/7 split; 1 on 12/15; 1 on 18/21; 1 on 19/22; 2 on 25/26/28/29 corner; and 1 on 32/35.

4. 0 Game The bet consists of 4 chips. 1 chip on 0/3 split, 1 on 12-15 split, 1 on 26 straight up and 1 on 32-35 split.



Main UI Functions:

Game Info – Includes the following information:

Table ID which indicates the physical number of the table in the casino
Dealer name indicates the name of the dealer currently playing the table, dealers will change their name upon rotation-
Round ID this is the unique round ID and in case of any question or disputes it is required to indicate the round ID
Player Name This is the username of the active player

Table Limits – The limits give the player indication about the payout, and the minimum and maximum bet values on each of the playing board betting spots.
Sound on/off – Give players the option to mute/unmute the UI sound and live video audio sound.
Settings – Includes the option to Automatically approve bets or not (on by default)
Game History – shows the last rounds played, including TransactionID of bet and win, Amount, Date, Result, and RoundID, It also includes a visual report.
Game Rules – Shows the game rules and main functions.
Language – Allows the user to switch languages.
Full Screen – By clicking this button the player can enter full screen mode (also pressing F11). Clicking the same button in full screen (or pressing ESC) will revert the game to regular screen mode. By clicking the center of the video screen, the video can go in full screen mode. Clicking the video screen, (or pressing ESC) will revert the game to regular screen mode.
Chat – Allows the player to send messages to the dealer.
Tip – Players are able to reward favorable dealers by giving them a tip based on the player consideration. The Tip amount given to the dealer shall be debited from the Player’s balance directly, and is not related in any way to the game flow or the game rules.
Repeat – Clicking this button will repeat the last bet made by the user.
Undo – Clicking this button will cancel the last bet placed by the user.
Confirm – Clicking this button will send the current bet
2D/3D – Clicking this button will switch the board layout from 2D/3D or 3D/2D.
Favorite Bets - Allows the player to save up to 3 favorite bets for future repeated use.
Hot & Cold Stats – Shows the last results by number in a chart