Vegas Casino Game Series: RNG Poker

Top 5 Virtual Poker Games

Vegascasino.io is a proudly Bitcoin First casino operator that strives towards offering unregulated jurisdictions the opportunity of enjoying the finest forms of casino gambling entertainment under one umbrella.  

As such, our games portfolio is filled with various forms of popular casino titles; from video slots, to table games, to Keno, to live table games. In this article, we wish to concentrate solely on Virtual Table Poker and give you a brief rundown on all of the most popular Poker games available to play, right here.  

At Vegas Casino, our virtual table poker is provided by top gaming provider – Betsoft, who offer 5 fine assortments of games that are sure to suit your fancy. 

WHAT IS VIRTUAL RNG GAMING? 

When something is virtually rendered, it means that it is a synthetic reproduction of something authentic or real. Where authentic poker is played at real tables with a real dealer, Virtual Poker is played at a computer graphic generated table with a computer operated dealer. 

RNG stands for ‘Random Number Generator’. Because human intervention on the casino side is not possible in a virtual game, a software programme is implemented into the mix to ensure that the game rounds remain random and not ‘rigged’ in favour of any party. RNG Virtual Poker refers to a Poker video game that is managed by a random card dealer to produce authentic outcomes. 

Our top Virtual Poker Games at Vegas Casino include: 

Ride’Em Poker by Betsoft 

This game is an exciting derivative of straight poker, where you can play up to 3 different hands simultaneously. There is also the option of playing a handy side bet that could win you a massive payday. 

The player squares up against himself in this game, while the dealer merely deals the cards. Your goal is to decide whether you think that the cards you are holding (face-up) will combine well with the 2 cards in the dealer’s hand (face down) to make a winning poker hand. You can either bet in favour of your chances, or pass and forfeit your ante bet. 

Triple Edge Poker 

This is a single deck, 3 card variant of poker, where you hope to top the dealers 3 card hand.  

To get the round rolling, you will need to place an ante bet, after which you will receive 3 cards face-up and the dealer will receive 3 cards (face down). If you have a decent 3 card poker hand, you can opt to bet, whereby the equivalent of your ante bet will be put on the line. Both parties can take no more cards. The highest hand based on poker rankings, wins! 

There is a neat ‘Pairs Plus’ side bet available for play in the game, which will pay you out for any pair or better, whether you beat the house hand or not. 

Caribbean Poker 

This game is a 5 card variant of poker, played with one deck of 52 cards, where each player at the table plays directly against the dealer’s hand. 

After placing an ante bet to play, each player will be dealt 5 cards face up, while the dealer receives 4 cards face down with one face-up card. You will need to decide whether the hand that you have on the table is strong enough to beat the dealer’s hand without being able to draw any more cards. If you think you can win, place your bet, if not, then surrender and forfeit the ante. 

Oasis Poker 

This game is a 5 card variant of poker, played with one deck of 52 cards, where each player at the table plays directly against the dealer’s hand. 

After placing an ante bet to play, each player will be dealt 5 cards face up, while the dealer receives 4 cards face down with one face-up card. You will need to decide whether the hand that you have on the table is strong enough to beat the dealer’s hand, but unlike Caribbean Poker, you can replace any of the cards you do not want, for a price. If you think you can win, place your bet, if not, then surrender and forfeit the ante bet. 

Pai Gow Poker 

This version of poker has its roots in Ancient China. Pai Gow Poker is a blend of the ancient Chinese dice game and modern American Poker. 

The game is played with a 53 card deck, consisting of the standard 52 cards plus 1 Joker Wild card. You are dealt 7 cards from which you must make two different hands. The higher valued hand must always consist of 3 cards, while the lower value hand consists of 2. 

You will now pit these two hands against the 2 hands of the dealer, where the best poker hand is the winner. The game outcomes are as follows: 

  • Lose Both Hands: Dealer takes the entire bet and you lose your stake. 
  • Win One Hand: The game is a draw and is pushed. 
  • Win Both: You win and receive a 1:1 payout, but must pay the banker a 5% commission. 

VEGAS CASINO ROUND UP 

We have found the Betsoft interface to have some of the crispest graphics on the market. When playing one of the above games in mBTC, you will experience one of the most realistic virtual table designs out there. The controls are user-friendly, and the game rules are easy to understand. 

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