Easiest casino games to win here at Grande Vegas

People play casino games for a variety of different reasons. Some people enjoy the entertainment that casino gaming offers along with the thrills and sense of excitement that people experience when they gamble for real money.

Many Las Vegas online casino and retail casino visitors look forward to their casino visits because it gives them a chance to socialize as they share their passion for gaming fun and competition at the tables and in tournaments and jackpot games.

Casinos offer a sense of escapism and relaxation where people can unwind, forget their worries and enjoy a break from their routines. Gamers who like games like poker and blackjack appreciate the chance to test their skills and ability to strategize and almost everyone gets a rush at the casino when the adrenaline kicks in.

Some players focus on winning cash prizes. They see casino gaming as a way to profit financially and, for that reason, have developed techniques that allow them to succeed in their gaming endeavors.

Toward that end, they look for the casino games that are the easiest to win. What are those games? Which games offer the highest odds? Which are the easiest to play?


The game with the highest odds of scoring a win is craps but many people are intimidated by all the bet boxes on the table and avoid the game, thinking that it’s too complicated to even try. That’s too bad because the true odds for winning a pass or come bet is 49.3%, a casino high.

Just remember that a craps game pays 1 to 1 odds while, for instance, a winning blackjack hand pays out 3 to 2 payout odds. So if you’re looking to take home cash, that’s something to consider.

If you’re starting out in craps, casino advisors suggest that you place a "pass line" bet and, as time goes by, add more types of bets later on. The Pass bet is put on the pass line on a come out roll.

If the come out roll is a 7 or 11, your payout is even money. If the come out roll is a 2, 3, or 12, you lose. 4s, 5s, 6s, 8s, 9s, or 10s are called "the point." At that point, the shooter rolls the dice until he either rolls a seven or rolls that same point again. For a seven that comes before the point, it’s a loss. If the point rolls first, the payout is even money.

There are other types of bets in craps, some of which resolve in one roll of the dice though others need many rolls. The house edge is calculated:

  1. According to the bet made (counting pushes).
  2. According to the bet resolved (not counting pushes).
  3. According to roll (house edge per bet resolved divided by average number of rolls).
  4. According to bet made (counting pushes).
  5. According to bet resolved (not counting pushes).
  6. According to roll (house edge per bet resolved divided by average number of rolls).


The odds of winning in a game of Blackjack is 42.22% which puts blackjack at just below roulette in terms of odds of winning. Dealer’s enjoy higher odds – 49.1%.

However, your odds of winning are also dependent on how well you know blackjack strategy – the strategy of when to take a hit and when to stand as you compete with the house to build a hand that comes as close to 21 as possible without exceeding that value.

There are varying thoughts on what constitutes the best blackjack strategy but most blackjack mavens agree that the main rules include the need to double down on 11 unless the dealer is showing an ace, double down on a soft 13 – 18 when the dealer is showing a 5 or 6 and double down when you have a ten with your first two cards when the dealer is showing a 2-9.

An additional complication with calculating blackjack odds involves the blackjack variation that you’re playing. There are multiple blackjack variations including 21 Blackjack, European Blackjack, 21 Face Up Blackjack, Match Up 21 Blackjack, Suit ‘Em Up Blackjack and Super 21.

Each of these types of blackjack has its own odds but in general, players should know that the best odds involve blackjack games where only one deck of cards is used, with a house edge at 0.13% - meaning player odds are


Roulette actually offers better odds of winning than blackjack – 50% -- but it’s also an easier game to play. That’s why so many people who are focused on finding an easy game to win choose roulette. Every spin is random and the outcome of every spin is red or black which means 50/50. So, on the one hand, you know exactly where you stand on every spin. On the other hand, there’s really nothing that you can do to increase your odds.

There is, however, something that you can do to enjoy a more successful roulette event and that is to choose the European roulette option over a game of American roulette.

  • In the European roulette variation, the roulette wheel has pockets numbered 1 - 36 along with one 0 pocket so there are 37 pockets in all.
  • In the American roulette variation the wheel features numbers 1 – 36 along with TWO zero pockets.

So, while the idea of an extra “double-zero” pocket sounds enticing, in actuality, when you play American roulette, you have a 1-in-38 chance of winning while when you play European roulette you have a 1-in-37 chance of winning.

Aim for European roulette every time – the house edge in European roulette is 2.63% and the house edge in American roulette is 5.26%, You do the math .

Choosing the easiest game to win at the casino is a matter of careful consideration and savvy calculation. The most important thing, however, is that you enjoy your gaming adventure because you’re bound to do your best at a game that you like!

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