Table Games

Welcome to the AskGamblers table games section! We're proud to host the largest selection of real online table games from the world's most prominent gaming platforms. We encourage you to spend as much time as you'd like finding table games that you enjoy playing before you head over to play for real money at our listed online casinos.

As new table games come out, you can rest assured that you'll be the first to know. Just make sure you check our daily casino news section so you can be the first to give them a try.

Selecting a Table Game

Because our assortment of integrated table games is so large, we have implemented a couple of ways to help you find ones you are interested in. If you'd like to play a specific game, you can just begin typing it in the search box on the upper-right corner. Our system will automatically filter the games and present you with ones that fit the text. Typing in “blackjack” or “21”, for instance, would narrow the results to blackjack-style games.

If you'd prefer, you can also browse manually. To assist you, we have a menu on the right side of the games that allows you to limit games by software provider. Using this in conjunction with the search bar will get you the most specific results.

Of course, you can also check out our array of slots, video pokers, and specialty games by clicking the appropriate tab on the right.

Problems Playing?

If the game you have selected fails to load, it may be because the casino that hosts the game no longer has it. However, make sure that it is not your Web browser causing the problem by checking for Adobe Flash and refreshing the page. If the game still will not load, visit one of the listed casinos and see if they have a demo play version on their website.

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Table games are games of chance traditionally in front of a felt-covered table. In land-based casinos, their randomness comes from physical moves like shuffling, rolling, or spinning. In an online casino, table games are simulated through a computer program that produces the same randomness that is used in brick-and-mortar establishments, regardless of whether they are real money or free table games. Most table games can be broken down into three main categories.


Blackjack, or 21, is one of the most iconic table games in the world and the most popular in America. Most free table games found on the Web are blackjack-based, but the selection real money casinos offer is by far the largest. Its adaptability, fast pace, and excellent odds have earned it the spot as an online favorite.

In blackjack, players are in a direct competition against the dealer. Whoever is closer to 21 without going over (busting) wins. The game traditionally uses a 52-card French deck. Aces count as either 1 or 11, and face cards count as 10.

Although some variants differ, the dealer will generally deal out 2 cards to the player and herself. In most varieties, the dealer will reveal one of her cards. If the player is dealt 21 from the start, he or she is said to have blackjack and is paid immediately (usually 3:2). Otherwise, the player may then, depending on his hand and the rules of the game, do one of the following:

  • Hit: Draw another card.
  • Stand: Stop drawing cards and let the dealer go.
  • Double: Double the wager and stop taking cards.
  • Split: Take two cards equal in value and form two new hands, each with a wager equal to the original.

If the player goes over 21, he or she loses immediately. If the player does not, the dealer will then go. The dealer must typically hit until 17 or above, at which point she must stand. If the player wins, all wagers are paid 1:1.

Because of the numerous ways in which players can play blackjack, strategy is quite involved. However, players who understand it can usually enjoy better odds playing blackjack than any other table games.


Although it has one of the most complex table layouts in the casino, craps is one of the most energetic and easy-to-understand table games around. As far as both real money and free table games go, online craps is one of the most unique around.

In craps, a pair of standard six-sided dice are rolled by the shooter in two rounds. The first round is called the come-out roll. If the dice roll 7 or 11, a “pass” is declared, and all players who wagered on the pass line are paid 1:1 and the don't pass bettors lose. In contrast, if a 2 or 3 is rolled, a “craps” is declared, and all players who wagered on the don't pass bar win 1:1 and the pass line bettors lose. 12 is a special type of “craps” where don't pass bar bettors only push. If any other number is rolled, it is called the “point”, and a button moves over to the number on the board to mark it.

In the second round, the pass line bettors are hoping that the shooter will roll the point before 7. Don't pass bettors are hoping for the opposite: a 7 before the point is rolled again. With propositional bets, odds bets, and numerous other types of bets to be made, every roll is different and unpredictable.


The final variety of casino table games are poker variants. Most online casinos make them available as both real money and free table games. Unlike real poker, poker table games are played directly against a dealer using a set of fixed house rules. They were designed to combine the strategy of poker with the fast pace of casino table games.

There are numerous types of casino pokers, each with their own set of rules that define how the game plays, as well as its overall house edge. Among the most popular variants are pai gow poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, and Texas Hold'em Bonus. They all require differing levels of strategy; in general, the harder the strategy, the better the odds.