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Considering giving Caribbean poker a bit of a poke? Wanna rule at Roulette? Think you’d be crap at Craps? Baccarat up, brothers and sisters. In my sprawling corner of the online casino world, I want my players confident, adventurous and ready to take on a fortune.
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You’re all over my hundreds of pokies and specialty games, but have you sat at the table with the big kids, yet? Have you felt the felt, stepped up to the plate and stuck a fork in it when you were done? You’re about to strike gold again, and it comes with a silver service.

Joe Fortune Casino, my thriving casino mecca, has all the table games you know, and all those you never knew existed. They come with massive payouts and often higher RTPs than pokies! We’re talking up to 99%, my friends. Those are returns that will never see the inside of my superannuation account. I will never retire as long as I have you.

If you didn’t get my memo, you’ll be shocked to see how many easy table-game paydays are ready to settle down with you after you spend the night together. But where does one start when one has stumbled in sideways to take the Joe Fortune temperature?

Pull up a pew, pal, and I’ll point you in the right direction.

Table Games

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Aces & Faces

Prefer to skip the modest rewards in order to chase the bigger ones? Step right up. With Aces & Faces, based on the setup from Jacks or Better, you’ve got five hands (if you can handle them, soldier), a massive array of rewarded outcomes, and a whole bunch of options. Got four Jacks, Queens, Kings? Four aces? Bam! Here’s 80x your bet.

Any cards you hold in your main hand are also held in the other four. The highest payout is 800x your bet, and you’d be rolling in the proceeds if it were a right royal flush.


It’s the classic game of a spinning wheel and a rackety little ball that makes a satisfying whirl, bounce and clunk as it sinks into its forever home. It’s all variety and choice here, so I offer up Roulette done the American way, with its two green zeros, and in European style, having just one. The betting possibilities are practically endless, including the straight-up bet which pays 35:1, but you’ll be just fine sticking to outside bets that pay even money. Looking for a refresher? Tip a cold one over your head and get stuck into this bumper online roulette guide.

Andar Bahar

Andar Bahar is an old-school game from India. First, you have to bet on either the left or the right side. One card is placed in the middle. Then, cards come out in rapid succession alternating between each side. Whichever side shows a card that matches the one in the middle is the winner. Add in one of the numerous side bets, and you might find yourself with payout odds of up to 42,500. Not too shabby, eh?


Warning: playing live baccarat may result in a permanently demure glint in the eye. It is, in fact, the game of James Bond. But more importantly, it’s one of the easiest games to win. Simply choose between the banker, player, or a tie to win the round. I’ll make it easy: always choose the banker. It has the best odds.

Caribbean Hold ‘Em

With two cards in your hand and three community cards, your goal is to have a poker hand that’s better than the dealer’s. A royal flush pays 100:1 and the entire progressive jackpot.

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Caribbean Stud

You can check my Caribbean Stud poker guide for the full studly details, but basically, you’re betting on having a better five-card hand than the dealer, based on your five cards and their one face-up card. Sound familiar? Yep, Caribbean Stud and Caribbean Hold ‘Em are cut from the same cloth, including the progressive jackpot which you win with a royal flush.

Tri Card Poker

If you like the idea of poker but want to keep it as easy as possible, then you’ve got to tri this game. In tri card poker, just decide if your three cards will form a better poker hand than the dealer’s. If you believe so, you can raise. If not, you can fold. Just a pair will get you 1:1, and a straight flush will land you with 40:1. If it sounds a tri-fle confusing, don’t fret. I’ve got you covered in this guide to get you on your feet.


The most lively game at the casino is now on your phone or PC: Craps. There’s a lot to say about its smooth movement, and my online Craps guide makes the whole process simple. For now, just know that it’s a dice game with a plethora of different bets and payouts. The best place to start is with a Pass Line bet for even money.

Let ‘Em Ride

You’ll be ridin’, and where will you be goin’? Straight to the bank with one of the highest table game payouts of 1000:1. In Let ‘Em Ride, you get three cards face up and two community cards face down. You then decide to raise your bet or cruise on by, two times. You win if you make it to the end and your hand is better than the dealer’s. My guide to Let ‘Em Ride smoothly drives you through the process.

Pai Gow Poker

In Pai Gow Poker, you get seven cards which you divide into one hand of five cards and another hand of two cards. The five-card hand has to be a higher poker rank than the two-card hand. If each of those hands is better than the dealer’s, then it’s Pai gow pow-pow! You won.

Perfect Pairs

If you thought bangers and mash were the perfect pair, just wait until you see this card game. Perfect Pairs is a version of blackjack which works pretty much the same way. Except now, you can make a side bet that pays if your first two dealt cards are a perfect pair. Whatever bloody genius came up with that can knock on my casino door day or night, and I’ll hand ‘em a beer and a job.

If you want to pair up before you pair up, get out there, refer a friend and get back in here with matching outfits. (Please.) I’ll give you each up to $75 for doing so. You’ll never feel so rich by acting so cheap.

Roll the Dice

If you’re into easy wins that give a little pep in your step, Roll the Dice is the game to take a chance with. It’s a classic Chinese dice game with symbols on each side of the dice. How’s this for kid’s play? Bet on whichever symbol you want to announce itself from the roll, triumphantly nudge the nearest rib cage and announce that you always did have “the gift”, as you collect a payout of up to 30:1.

Since Joe’s is a Bitcoin cash casino, you could withdraw that 30:1 payout within record time. That’s the magic of crypto, and it only takes five minutes to set up a digital wallet, if you haven’t already joined the blockchain gang.

Spin the Wheel

Someone spiked your drink? Reaching for a tie-dyed onesie? Feeling at one with the universe? Maybe, but more likely it’s Spin the Wheel that has you dizzy, and what you’re experiencing is a whirlwind of payouts. You bet on a number from 0-9 on the wedges of a rainbow wheel. If the wheel lands on your choice, a pointer in the middle assigns a multiplier to your win. Zen.

Three Card Flash Pro

If you liked Baccarat but wished it was even faster, then Three Card Flash Pro is about to whoosh by. Just try to catch it.

You bet on the player, dealer, or a split. Each party gets three cards, and the one who has the highest poker hand wins. Nothing flashed, nothing gained.

Three Card Flash Rapid

You want it even faster and easier? I suppose you want valet service and a welcoming casserole, too. You got it, my flashy friend. Three Card Flash Rapid is your quick-payday special. Place a bet; three cards are revealed, if you have a pair or better, you win. No joke. This is Serious Face Joe.

Trey Poker

Yet another version of the easiest poker-based card game around: Trey Poker. You make an ante bet for three cards. If you think you have a better poker hand than the dealer (and a bit of arrogance never hurt no-one), hit “play” to raise your bet and face them… for up to 100:1. That’s all there is to it. Trey it now! Except… where’s Matt Stone?


Gold poker cards and casino chips sit next to the words ‘Blackjack’, set against a black background.

The most classic game of them all at the casino comes in six unique versions at Joe’s. You can play live Blackjack on your phone or ‘puter, and generally speaking, the house edge can be anywhere from 0.5% to 4% depending on how you play.

Blackjack Classic

You know the deal. Blackjack Classic is where you aim for a sum of cards higher than the dealer’s, but not higher than 21. It’s the table game equivalent of tall poppy syndrome, which means Aussie players will be in native territory. Scoring a Blackjack (exactly 21) pays 3:2. Regular wins pay 1:1.

Single Deck Blackjack

In the Single Deck Blackjack version, you play the game as usual, but with a pervasive sense of loneliness and a fear that you’ll always end up a joker. But just because this game is played with only one deck instead of two (or, oftentimes, six), doesn’t mean that you’ll always fly solo. Not with your sorta cash.

Double Deck Blackjack

Yep, you guessed it. Double Deck Blackjack is done with… double drum roll please… double decks. The rest of the rules are pretty much the same, except in Double Deck the dealer stands on soft 17, and on Single Deck, the dealer hits.

European Blackjack

European Blackjack uses six decks, and the basic rules of Blackjack are the same, except it poses a few more limitations on your decisions. The main one is that you can only double down on hard totals of 9, 10, or 11.

Zappit Blackjack

Some of the hardest hands to reckon with in Blackjack are totals of 15, 16, or 17. Ain’t nobody got time for that. In Zappit Blackjack, you can “zap” those cards out like electrocuted mozzies at a summer barbie, and replace them with new ones.


There you have it: more tables than a classroom multiplication chart, but with less to learn. I prefer a good run-up before I take a leap, so take your time finding your table game stride (Practice Mode for PM!), then take your seat at the head of the table as the royal highness of Joe Fortune table games.