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What is
GameSense?

What is GameSense?

GameSense promotes responsible gambling. It’s a program designed for players – making all responsible gambling tools and information available to help them with informed choices. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Slot Machines

How the Games Work - Slot Machines

Slot machines operate randomly. This is due to a Random Number Generator (RNG) inside each machine, which cycles through millions of numbers continuously. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Baccarat

How the Games Work - Baccarat

The rules of play in Baccarat produce a small, yet measurable advantage for the house for both player and banker bets, and a steep jump in advantage for tie bets (14.3 percent). The banker will win 50.68 percent of all non-tie hands and the player 49.32 percent. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Craps

How the Games Work - Craps

Craps offers many different ways to win! After the bets are placed, the shooter rolls the dice. You win according to your betting option and what comes up, or what numbers. Knowing the mathematical odds of the dice achieving a certain outcome is the essence of the game. Download our brochure to learn more.
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GameSense – Understanding the House Advantage

GameSense – Understanding the House Advantage

Because the odds always favor the house, it is important to understand the concept of randomness and independent events. Learn more about the House Advantage by downloading our brochure.
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How the Games Work
Ultimate Texas Hold'em

How the Games Work – Ultimate Texas Hold'em

In Ultimate Texas Hold'em players do not compete against each other. Instead, they are playing heads up against the dealer and an optional bonus bet. Players begin by making equal bets in the Ante and Blind circles. You may also make the optional Trips bonus bet. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Blackjack

How the Games Work - Blackjack

Also known as 21, Blackjack is a popular casino card game in which players compare their hand of cards with that of the dealer. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Roulette

How the Games Work - Roulette

First invented as a design for a perpetual motion machine, Roulette gained much of its notoriety in Monte Carlo. It's a wheel that continuously spins and allows patrons to make wagers on numbers that correspond to any of the numbers inside the wheel – somewhat similar to slot machines or a single number lottery. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Four Card Poker

How the Games Work – Four Card Poker

In Four Card Poker you receive five cards to make your best four card-hand. The dealer received six cards to make a four-card poker hand. Download our brochure to learn more.
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How the Games Work
Texas Hold'em, Omaha and 7 Card Stud

How the Games Work – Texas Hold'em, Omaha and 7 Card Stud

Texas Hold'em, Omaha and 7 Card Stud can be exciting games to play but you have to know the rules in order to play responsibly. Check out this informative brochure for great information on how these games are played.
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How the Games Work
vlts

How the Games Work - vlts

vlts operate randomly. There is a Random Number Generator (RNG) inside each machine, which cycles through millions of numbers continuously. The outcome of a spin is automatically determined by the RNG when you press the spin button. That means it is impossible to predict whether you will win – or lose. Download our brochures to learn more.
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It makes GameSense - Tips for playing lottery responsibly

It makes GameSense - Tips for playing lottery responsibly

The more you know, the better equipped you can be to keep gambling safe and fun. When playing lottery games, engage your GameSense with these tips. Download our brochure to learn more.
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Voluntary Self-Exclusion

Voluntary Self-Exclusion

If you find yourself gambling too much, or if it no longer feels like a game, the Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program can be an important first step in helping you to control your gambling. Download our brochure to learn more.
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Gambling with GameSense (Tips)

Gambling with GameSense (Tips)

The more you know, the better equipped you are to keep it fun. Download our brochure to learn some great tips for playing responsibly.
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