A new player to a casino may feel overwhelmed by all the games available, so I will go over some of the best options below. So, what, exactly, makes one game better than others when it comes to newcomers? The criteria I’ll be using to compile this list are as follows.
- How difficult it is to get started.
- How simple it is to learn how to play.
- Is there a maximum level of skill required to win?
Slot machines come in at number one on the list
Slots are probably at the top of the list because they’re the least difficult to play. Choosing a wager and spinning the wheel are the only two required actions in this game. Everything you need to know about the game and how it’s played is right there.
The fact that it can be played in any casino in the globe and that it relies solely on chance makes it ideal for novices, as no amount of training can increase their chances of winning. What this means for beginners is that they have the same chance of success as seasoned players.
Since it is impossible to “become better” at this game no matter how much time you put into it, it is the one game on this list that I would not suggest to anyone. A newcomer may feel discouraged by such a situation.
The following game on the list is video poker
When compared to traditional poker, video poker has fewer participants, which is why it made the list but not regular poker. Video poker pits you against the machine rather than other players; in traditional poker, you’d be fighting against a variety of talented opponents in a game of draw five.
When playing poker, the better your hand, the higher your payout. Similar to slot machines, this has a global presence, requires little in the way of equipment, and pits you against only yourself. In light of these considerations, I think video poker is a great choice for novice gamblers.
The next game on the list is blackjack
Blackjack is included as another game that can be won without much practice or skill. An additional factor in your favour is the negligible house advantage (the casino’s gain, indicated as a percentage of the player’s initial wager).
The goal of this game is straightforward: beat the dealer by getting as close to 21 without going over. Therefore, the game becomes all about taking chances and seeing how close you can get to cheating. Like the other games we have discussed so far, it is played all over the world and pits the player against the house.
For newer players, I think this is the best option because the rules are simple enough that a toddler could learn them and the odds favour you winning. Interesting fact: the game is known as 21 just as much as by its official name.
The next on the list is roulette.
Roulette is a classic in casinos for a good reason: it caters to players with and without extensive gaming experience. You’ve probably seen roulette tables in movies or seen it featured in casino advertising, but you might not know how to play the game. Before the dealer spins the wheel, players can enter bets on the numbers, sectors, or even colours they think the ball will land on.
When the roulette wheel is in motion, he drops the ball in and waits a moment before shouting, “No more bets.” You win or lose depending on whether you properly predicted where the ball would land. Very similar to slot machines, this is a game of pure chance that requires no skill to enjoy.
Craps is the last game on the list.
By far the most complex game on this list, you should read up on the rules before diving in. This game may be found in any casino around the globe, so you’ll never be short on opponents.
As for the difficulty of learning, the only thing that can be difficult is an initial knowledge of the rules, but other than that, everything is quite simple and oriented in your favour.
I wrote this handy guide in the hopes that it would be of use to you or any new gamblers that you may be travelling with on your next visit to a casino. There are many different kinds of casino games, so I hope that this guide will be of help.