What is Live Casino?

Live casino is a real-time experience that connects players with a live dealer via a video feed. Players can play live games on desktop, tablet or smartphone. The dealers have real cards, chips and roulette wheels as well as special software to accept bets from players and respond to their decisions. Players can also chat with the dealer, bringing that buzzing energy and social element of a bricks-and-mortar casino to online gaming.

To get the most out of your casino experience, you need to find a site that offers the best live casino games. Then you need to make sure the betting limits suit your bankroll, and that the site is optimised for mobile and desktop. Unibet, for instance, has a range of live dealer tables with betting limits ranging from $5-$100, so you can find one to fit your budget.

There are many options when it comes to live casino, with some sites offering only blackjack and baccarat while others will offer more variety such as poker, roulette and keno. Usually, the live dealer casino games are based on table games with well-known rules, though some operators do have their own unique versions of these games such as Speed Baccarat or Hold Em.

When you click to play a live casino game, you will be taken to the table that you want to play on and then shown a video of your dealer and their real casino equipment. You will then have buttons on your screen to place bets and you will interact with the dealer by chatting to them in real time. The dealer will also have a monitor to show how many gamblers are playing and their nicknames which helps stimulate communication between them.

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