What is 13?
13 is a common game played in most casinos around Habbo. It is easy to understand when you are first betting dealers in casinos. The objective of this game is to either get 13 or get a high enough number so the dealer will roll numbers that adds up to 14 or higher and he will bust, therefore you win.
After you have traded your furni you are willing to bet the dealer will roll for you. In a game of 13 the dealer will roll 2 dices to begin with. In this case the dealer rolled a 3. You either have the option to H (Hit) or S (Stay/Stick). Dices that add up to a number below 6 is an automatic hit. This would be an automatic hit.
Once the dealer has rolled again you have the option to H or S. The dealer has rolled a 5, 1+2+5=8.You either need a 1,2,3,4 or 5 to get below 13 otherwise you lose. Most people will hit, and for this case we are going to hit.
The dealer has rolled a 6. 1+2+5+6=14. That is one number just above the minimum number you are able to stay on. This means that you lose and the dealer doesn't have to roll and automatically wins and keeps the credits/furni.
What is 21?
21 is pretty much exactly the same as 13 but instead of rolling 2 dices at first, the dealer will roll 3 (or 4 depending on your dealer). The objective is the get 21 or a higher number then the dealer does.
To start of the dealer will roll 3 or 4 dices. Once the dealer rolls he will ask you to H (Hit) or S (Stay/Stick). In this case our dealer is going to roll 3 dices. The outcome was 16 (5+5+6=16). In this case we will roll. The only number we don't want is a 6 because then we will bust.
Once you have said H the dealer will roll another dice for you. In this case we got a 19. Most people will be to scared to say H because they have a 40% chance of loosing. In this case we are going to say S and end our turn.
The dealer will close all the dices and roll 3 for himself. The dealer ended up with 8, which is an auto hit. The dealer rolls another dice and got 11. The dealer rolls again as it is to low and his objective is to get on 19,20 or 21. The dealer rolled a 5, and the dealer is on 16. The dealer will roll again because you will need to roll until you are higher than the betters number. The dealer rolled the first dice in the booth because there were no more dices left. The dealer rolled a 4 and got a 20. This means the dealer has won the bet!
What is 6?
6 is by far the quickest and easiest to understand. The objective is to get 6. If the dealer gets higher than 6, you win. If the dealer gets 6 and you have chosen to stick of 5 you loose. The dealer will only roll 1 dice because if you roll 2 you can go over 6.
The dealer will roll one dice. The outcome is 1. You are able to H (Hit) or S (Stay/Stick) but 1 is an auto hit.
The dealer will roll another dice for you. The dealer rolled you are 6. This means you have lost because you have gone 1 number over 6 and ended up with 7 (1+6=7). The dealer keeps your furni/coins.
What is 2 Way?
2 Way(ing) is where there are 2 dealers in 2 booths but roll their own dice. You do not trade furni to each other as you are both rolling your own dices. So if you are betting 1c and you lose, then you will give the other dealer that you are having a 2 way with, 1c. You can play pretty much any game in a 2 way. It is more likely to be scammed in a 2 way because you don't trade furni so it is easier for the other dealer to deny.
Once you and your opponent have decided what game to play you both roll your dice at the same time. In this case we will be playing game 13. Dealer 1's outcome (White Shirt) was a 3 and 4 (7) and Dealer 2's outcome (Orange Shirt) 6 and 5 (11). Dealer 1 has to roll until he gets 11 or above. If he busts, dealer 2 wins.
Dealer 1 rolls another dice for himself. Dealer 2 does not roll because he has a higher number than dealer 1. Dealer 1's outcome is 5 (4+3+5=12). Therefore dealer 1 is now higher than dealer 2's dice. Dealer 2 now has to try to get a higher number than dealer 1, without busting.
Dealer 2 rolls one dice for himself. Dealer 1 does not roll because he has a higher number then dealer 2. Dealer 2's outcome is a 5 (5+5+6=16). Therefore dealer 2 has busted and lost the bet. He will then have to trade dealer 1 how many furni/coins the decided on at the start of the bet.
What is Poker?
I am sure that a lot of you know what Poker is. It is a game played world wide in real life casinos to win real money. Habbo also has their own version of Poker. It may seem easier to people or not and does not contain cards. Your objective is to get a high "hand" to the dealer. If you get a pair of 6's and 3's and the dealer gets one pair of 5's, you win!.
Once you have traded you furni/coins to the dealer, the dealer will roll all the dices at one time. The outcome was 2 6's, which is a pair of 6's. The dealer will close all the dices and roll for themselves
The dealer will roll all the dices for themselves. Their outcome is 2 6's and 2 3's, in this case 2 pairs. The dealer has a higher hand than the better does because the better got 1 pair and the dealer got 2 pairs. Therefore the dealer has won and keeps your furni/coins that you had bet.
What is Tri High
Tri High is one of many unique games played around in Habbo casinos. Your objective is to get a higher number than your dealer. The dealer rolls 3 dices in a triangle then he rolls 3 dices in a triangle for you, the highest number wins. It doesn't matter if you go over 14 because there is no busting in this game!
Once you have traded your furni to your dealer he will roll 3 dices in a triangle pattern. The outcome is 11 (1+6+4). The dealers turn is over and now he will roll 3 dices for themselves.
The dealer will roll 3 dices in a triangle pattern for himself. Their outcome is 13 (6+3+4). Therefore the dealer has a higher number and wins. The dealer keeps your furni/coins.
What is Tri Low?
Tri Low is pretty much exactly the same as Tri High but your objective is to get a lower number to your dealer. The dealer will roll 3 dices in a triangle pattern, the same a Tri High.
Once you have traded your furni/coins to the dealer he will roll 3 dices. The outcome is 11 (3+5+3). The dealers objective is to get a number below 11.
The dealer will roll 3 dices for themselves. Their outcome is 9 (4+4+1). The dealer has the lower number therefore the dealer will keep your coins/furni.
One major thing Habbos do while taking bets in a casino is scam. If you are not careful who you bet you may be scammed by the dealer, not always. Below are a few tips to keep you safe from scammers.
Only bet what you are willing to loose.
Only bet pieces of furni that you are willing to loose because we all know that some point in time that you are not going to win. Even if you win you may be scammed
Bet trusted dealers.
If you are betting in a popular casino and you are unsure on who to bet, click on a Habbo in a booth to see if they are wearing a badge that classifies them as "official dealers". Even if you are still unsure about betting a dealer, bet the room owner.
If it is your first time betting, start small, otherwise you may lose or get scammed. As you gain more and more, take bigger bets. You don't want to blow all your furni and coins right at the start.
Win back and?
Always ask the dealer what they have to give you if you win. If they deny to show you they may attempt to scam you. Do not be afraid to ask what you will win back, it will help.
There is a whole other language when you step into a casino for your very first time. You think to yourself, where am i? Below are the abbreviations that experienced gamblers use to make their lives easier
|BTD||Bet the Dealer|
|E.D.E||Elite Dealer Entrance|