Online Casino Table Games at Bodog


Table games will always be a fan favourite in our online casino. There’s no substitute for strategic gameplay in the eyes of many casino players, and table games provide strategy that comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether you simply want to know the odds of a certain outcome from a dice roll, or like the work that goes into mastering Blackjack, there’s something for you in our Table Games section.


Online Table Games Overview

With over 20 table games to choose from, Bodog’s Table Games Casino has everything from dice games to casino card games, and much in between. We have all the casino classics and a mix of less-known games that you’ve probably never heard of. One of the most popular card games we offer are the poker table games. Poker players enjoy taking breaks from the grind to play simplified versions of their game of choice. Blackjack is also incredibly popular, to the point where you can play Blackjack several different ways. We’ve also got Roulette, Baccarat, Craps, Roll the Dice, and a fun version of Rummy. Take your pick.



Top Table Games: The New Blackjack, European Roulette, Craps

While all of our table games have their own fans, there are three that stand out from the pack: Blackjack, Roulette, and Craps. These casino staples have been around for hundreds of years, so it should come as no surprise that they get the most action out of all our table games. We’ve listed the most popular versions below.


The New Blackjack: With a streamlined format that complements the nuances of online gameplay, The New Blackjack is the most popular version of all our Blackjack games. As you progress through each round, the screen adapts, populating the buttons you need at every moment. It makes for an interactive and engaging Blackjack experience.

European Roulette: Bodog Roulette players looking to make the most bang for their buck opt for the European version in our casino. With no double-zero included, European Roulette offers a slim house edge of 2.7%. Pick your favourite numbers and spin that wheel.

Craps: Craps is the king of dice games. Recreate the experience of rolling the bones for real money payouts online with one of our two versions. At Bodog, Craps is the only game with bets that have zero house edge.

Online Roulette Strategy

Beyond sticking to European Roulette when you have the option, roulette strategy comprises making bets that suit your gambling style. With European Roulette, all bets have the same house edge; where they differ is win probability and payout. Casino players who prefer to win modest payouts more frequently will want to stick to outside bets, which cover vast numbers on the betting layouts. Players who prefer to go big or go home will get the thrill they’re looking for with inside bets. The Straight bet, which is a single number, offers the biggest payout in the game at 35:1.


How to Play Craps

Craps is a game of rounds. For the Craps beginner, every round begins with a bet on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass Bar. The Pass Line is the most popular bet, but don’t let that deter you from dabbling with the Don’t Pass option. In every round, your first roll of the dice is called the come-out roll. When playing in a brick-and-mortar casino, the players at the table take turns being the dice shooter, but when you play online, you always get to be the shooter. Upon rolling, there are three potential outcomes: a win, a loss, and a Point. If the dice give you 7 or 11, you win your Pass Line bet. Alternatively, rolls of 2, 3 and 12 result in lost Pass Line bets. The opposite is true for the Don’t Pass Bar with the exception of rolling a 12, which is a tie.

Of course, there are many potential outcomes beyond 2, 3, 12, 7, and 11. When 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 are rolled, that number becomes the “Point.” You’ll notice that the OFF puck switches to ON and is placed on the corresponding Point number on the betting layout. This is for your reference. When a Point is established, you’ll be tasked with rolling the dice until you either re-roll the Point or roll a 7. At this stage additional bets, such as Pass and Don’t Pass odds, can be placed on the board. You can even initiate a mini round by betting on the Come or Don’t Come Bars. Craps can be as simple or complex as you want.


Craps Odds, Payouts and Bets

With so many bets to choose from, determining the best approach to the game can be challenging. Each bet has its own win probability, payout and house edge. To make sure you’re making the best decisions at the Craps table, we’ve created a chart that includes the most popular Craps bets for beginners, along with their odds of winning, payout and house edge. When you get comfortable with the game, you may want to add new bets into your repertoire.

Bet Odds of Winning Payout House Edge
Pass Line/Come 49.29% 1:1 1.41%
Don’t Pass Bar/Don’t Come 47.93% 1:1 1.36%
Taking Odds (6&8) 13.89% 6:5 0.00%
Taking Odds (5&9) 11.11% 3:2 0.00%
Taking Odds (4&10) 8.33% 2:1 0.00%
Laying Odds (6&8) 16.67% 5:6 0.00%
Laying Odds (5&9) 16.67% 2:3 0.00%
Laying Odds (4&10) 16.67% 1:2 0.00%



Five Tips to Increase Your Edge Playing Craps

1) Go against the grain. While the majority of players at a Craps table play the Pass Line/Come, there’s more money in betting on the Don’t Pass/Don’t Come.

2) Always lay maximum odds after you’ve made your Don’t Pass/Don’t Come bets. These bets are free of house edge, but are available only after you’ve made a bet with house edge. Take full advantage, but keep in mind most casinos have a maximum betting allowance on the odds.

3) Stay away from bets that begin with “Any.” Any Craps (2, 3, or 12) and Any Seven have the biggest house edges in the game. The house edge on Any Seven is 16.67%.

4) Use Practice Play mode before betting with real money. Craps is a complex game. Get your feet wet with play money before investing your hard-earned cash.

5) Always bet with money you can afford to lose. Craps offers great odds, but it should still be played for entertainment purposes only.

Online Casino Table Games at Bodog