Craps is a dice game where players wager on the outcome of each roll. Craps is very popular in casinos across the United States, and it has become a regular sight at any gambling establishment. Players can wager money against each other or the bank as well as wagering on themselves. A craps table is set up with all the possible bets laid out on a felt board, and players can bet on any number like they would on a roulette wheel.
Named after the French phrase for little wheel, roulette has the players placing bets on where a ball in a horizontally spinning wheel will land. Players can bet on a range of single numbers, the colors black or red, and whether the number will be odd or even. The game is played when a croupier spins the wheel in one direction, then spins a small ball in the opposite direction on a tilted circular track running around the wheel. After a short time, the ball loses its momentum and falls into one of the 37 places in the wheel. Chips are then awarded based on where the ball landed.
Slot machines go by many names. Whether you call it a fruit machine, a puggy, the slots, a poker machine, or a one-armed bandit, these machines offer the excitement of gambling without breaking the bank. In a traditional casino gambling slot machine, three or more wheels spin when a button is pushed or a lever is pulled. If the wheels line in up a certain way, the player earns a payout. If not, they have to insert more coins and try again.