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Casinos in the Movies – Top Classic Moments

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Casino movies contain some of the most intense thrills you will find outside of an action film. With big stakes and the chance that everything might go wrong, there is nothing to put you on the edge of your seat quite like a casino scene and here are some of the top moments from famous films where big wagers were placed on success.

Casino Royale (2006)

“I’m sorry. That last hand… nearly killed me.”

Daniel Craig’s first outing as 007 cemented everyone’s favourite gentleman spy as the ultimate casino expert. The final poker hand is one of the most tense parts of the film. Between the expert soundtrack and the annoying tick of Mads Mikkelsen’s villain Le Chiffre, you will find yourself holding your breath as you wait to see who will come out on top, it’s hard to look anywhere near as cool when you’re sat at home paying by mobile to play your favourite slot games.

Ocean’s 11 (2001)

This film is still the ultimate casino heist. George Clooney’s plan to assemble an A-list team of criminals to rob three of Vegas’s biggest casinos in one fell swoop. There are too many classic moments in this film to pin one down precisely. Watching the heist unfold before your eyes is true poetry in motion. The final twist is one which you won’t see coming. Read More

How to Win at the Roulette Table

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Roulette is a fun game where a ball is spun around in a wheel and it will land on one number. Players have to place bets on which number they think the ball will stop on. They can choose to bet on a single number, a selection of numbers, an odd or even number or a red or black number (numbers are on a coloured background). The chances of winning will change depending on whether you choose just a single number, a small selection of numbers or a large selection of numbers. The prizes vary too, with the riskiest bets, which are on single numbers, paying out more than the ones with less risk where you choose a big selection of numbers.

Some people think that they will win by watching the number the ball falls on. They feel that if it is has not landed on a number for a while then there is a bigger chance that it will then land on it. Unfortunately probability does not work like that and on each spin of the wheel there is an equal chance of a specific number being picked, even if it has recently come up. Therefore you cannot make predictions about what might come up, in order to win. Read More