Lucky Live Dealer is the latest addition to our growing list of casinos. Focusing mostly on Asian games it offers BACCARAT, BACCARAT SUPER 6, BACCARAT SQUEEZE, BACCARAT INSURANCE, FANTAN, DRAGON TIGER, ROULETTE, XOC DIA, SIC BO and BELANGKAI, all available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To get started simply log in to your sportsbook account and select Lucky Live Dealer from the Live Dealer menu at the top of your screen. From there you will be asked to create a Lucky Live Dealer account.

To start playing you will need to transfer funds from your Sportsbook Balance to your Lucky Live Dealer Balance. To do so simply click on “Transfer Funds to Casino” on the Manage Accounts screen.

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For Player
If Player have Narural 8 or 9 points, no more cards will be drawn for either side.
If the player’s total is less than or equal to 5 the player’s hand draws a third card.
If Player’s total is 6 or 7 then no more card will be drawn.
For Banker
If Banker have Natural 8 or 9 points, no more cards will be drawn for either side.
If the bank’s total is 2 or less then bank draws a card, regardless of what the players third card is.
If the banks total is 3 then the bank draws a third card unless the players third card was an 8.
If the banks total is 4 then the bank draws a third card unless the players third card was a 0, 1, 8, or 9.
If the banks total is 5 then the bank draws a third card if the players third card was 4, 5, 6, or 7.
If the banks total is 6 then the bank draws a third card if the players third card was a 6 or 7.
If the banks total is 7 then the bank stands.
Big bets win when 1 or 2 supplementary card is needed. Total 5 or 6 cards.

Bet Type Payout
  Banker  Pays 1 To 1, Unless Banker Win On 6 Points Which Pays Only 50%, If It Is Super 6 Table.
Pays 0.95 To 1 If It Is A Commission Table
 PLAYER  1 To 1
 TIE  8 To 1
 Banker Pair  11 To 1
 Player Pair  11 To 1
 Big  1 To 0.54
 Small  1 To 1.5

Rules:
Cards must be Burnt on every new shoe. The first card face value will determine how many cards will be burnt.
The shoe will be considered invalid if the dealer forgets to burn cards. A new shoe will be replaced under this situation.
1 Card will be burn in between every hand.
When dealer pulls out a card without needing to draw, that card will be consider the next burn card for the next hand. Win/loss of current hand will be base on normal gaming rules; the result will not be affected.
When dealer pulls out 2 cards without needing to draw, under the supervision of the floor supervisor, the first card will be considered the next burn card and the second card will be the first card for Player side.
If the dealer accidentally pulls out 2 cards during the dealing process, under the supervision of the floor supervisor, the upper card will be considered the 1st card, the lower card will be considered 2nd card. Results will not be affected.
If the dealer accidentally pulls out 3 cards during the dealing process, under the supervision of the floor supervisor, the upper card will be considered the 1st card, the middle card will be considered as 2nd card, the lower card will be considered as 3rd card. Results will not be affected.
If dealer wrongfully place the order of the first 4 cards on the Banker and Player, the supervisor will correct it immediately, and the results will not be affected.

Casinos in Asia offer insurance bets in baccarat after four or five cards have been dealt. These are generally made to protect a stronger hand against losing, or in the case of a 9, a tie. All players shall play against the House. Players may choose to wager on any one or more of the following: Player Banker Tie Player Pair Banker Pair Any Player may bet on the “Player Pair” and/or “Banker Pair” and/or “Tie” without having to place a bet on “Player” or “Banker”. After the initial 4 cards are dealt, the Player may decide to bet on “Baccarat Insurance”, as the situation arises, in accordance with the Baccarat Insurance Pay Table, provided always that: Baccarat Insurance for the Player’s hand (“Player Insurance Bet”) is applicable to two (2) or three (3) cards situations which are subject to 3rd card rules. Baccarat Insurance for the Banker’s hand (“Banker Insurance Bet”) is only applicable to a two (2) cards situation. The total insurance payout on the initial and any subsequent insurance wager may not exceed the original bet placed on the Player or the Banker. Baccarat Insurance Pay Table

Baccarat Insurance Pay Table
After Four Cards Exposed Banker Insurance Bets
Banker Points Is: Player Points Is: Odds (When Banker’s Hand)
5 0 – 4 2 To 1
6 0 – 5 3 To 1
7 0 – 5 4 To 1
After Four Cards Exposed Player Insurance Bet
Player Points Is: Banker Points Is: Odds (When Player’s Hand Loses)
6 0 – 5 3 To 1
7 0 – 5 4 To 1
After Player’s 3rd Card: Player Insurance Bets
Player Points Is: Banker Points Is: Odds (When Player’s Hand Loses)
0 – 3 4 1.5
0 – 4 5 2 To 1
6 6 3 To 1
6 6 2 To 1
0 – 6 7 4 To 1
0 – 6 8 8 To 1
0 – 6 9* 9 To  1*
* Where A Player Insurance Bet Is Placed On The Player At 9 Points (After The 3rd Card Rule), And The Banker Subsequently Obtains 9 Points (After The 3rd Card Rule), Resulting In A Tie.

Dragon & Tiger is a game that bets who has the higher points of card.
Game Instructions:
Player will place their bet at their choices from “Dragon” or “Tiger” or “Tie”.
Dealer will distribute one card, each at “Dragon” & “Tiger”.
To determine the winner, the one (“Dragon” or “Tiger”) who has the highest points will be the winner. If the “Dragon” & “Tiger” got the same points, it is a “TIE” game (regardless of the suit).
K is the highest point & A is the lowest point.
K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A
Win 1:1 Tie 1:8
No matter “Dragon” or “Tiger” win, there will be no commission charge on either side. However, if there was a “Tie”, the bet amounts on “Dragon” or “Tiger” will be deducted by 50% as commission charge. The remained balance will be returned to all “Dragon” and “Tiger” players.
Any Triple
To win the Any Triple bet, all three of the dice must show the same number, but it can any same possible numbers.
Specific Total
To win a Specific Total bet, all three of the dice must add up to the Specific Total you select.
Specific Double
To win a Specific Double bet, two of the three dice must show the Double you select.
Pair Match
Two of the three dice must show the pair selected.
Pay Table:

Bet Type Payout
  Small Bet (4-10) 1:01
Big Bet (11-17) 1:01
Number Bet
Numbers – Single
Numbers – Double
Numbers – Triple
1:1
2:1
3:01
Specific Triple 150:01:00
Any Triple 24:01:00
Total Number Bets
Total = 4
Total = 5
Total = 6
Total = 7
Total = 8
Total = 9
Total = 10
Total = 11
Total = 12
Total = 13
Total = 14
Total = 15
Total = 16
Total = 17
50:01:00
18:01
14:01
12:01
8:01
6:01
6:01
6:01
6:01
8:01
12:01
14:01
18:01
50:01:00
Specific Double 8:01
 Pair Match  5:01

Any Triple Rules
Both Small Bets and Big Bets lose when the result is Any Triple.
Cocked Dice Rule
If any of the dice is not lying flat or any dice overlap another dice after the dice have been tumbled we called it cocked dice,dealer would reactivate the dice tumbler 1 time.cIn case of such situation occurred, no placed wager can be withdrawn or cancelled.

Roulette was first played in France back in the 17th century. It is now one of the most popular European gambling games and Monte Carlo in Monaco is a well known and famous casino centre for playing roulette.
Roulette straight-up bet
Roulette straight-up bet or single number bet. Pays 35 to 1
Roulette split bet
A two-number bet, called split bet. Pays 17 to 1. (Place bet on the line between 2 numbers)
Roulette street bet
A three-number bet, called street bet, pays 11 to 1.
Roulette square bet
A four-number bet, called Square bet and corner bet. Pays 8 to 1
Roulette Line bets
Six numbers bet Line Bet. Pays 5 to 1
Roulette Low or High Bet
1 to 18 = Low and 19 to 36 = High. Pays 1 to 1.
Roulette Black or Red
Black or Red bet. Pays 1 to 1
Roulette Odd or Even
Odd and Even bet. Pays 1 to 1
Roulette Collum Bet
12 number bets. The above example is the 3rd collum. Pays 2 to 1
Roulette Dozens Bet
Another 12 number bet. The above example is 1st Dozen. Pays 2 to 1
0 is neither Black or Red, Odd or Even, Low or High, Dozen and Collum therefore if 0 is the winning number then all outside bets lose.
The chips are placed onto the plate and covered with the cup and set onto a table. The plate is picked up by a dealer a few inches from the table and shaken while covered. Players will take time to place a wager on several bet choices.
Those bets are:

○○○○ 4 White
○○○● 3 White, 1 Red
○●●● 1 White, 3 Red
●●●● 4 Red
Either 4 White, 2 White And 2 Red, Or 4 Red EVEN
Either 3 White And 1 Red Or 1 White And 3 Red ODD

After the betting period, the cup is removed revealing the number or red chips and the number of white chips.
Winning bet amounts are calculated according to the following odds:

Bet Type Payout
4 White 10.5
4 Red 10.5
1 White, 3 Red 3.5
3 White, 1 Red 3.5
EVEN (Either 4 White, 2 White And 2 Red, Or 4 Red) 1.97
ODD (Either 3 White And 1 Red Or 1 White And 3 Red) 1.97

An Ancient Chinese game form the village, popular in the latter half of 19th century. Tables design with a box in the center, the betting area are labeled with number 1,2,3,4. Dealer will open the cover and scoop a bunch of buttons/beads with a cup. The dealer will devide the beads 4 by 4 with a small stick. The objective of this game is to bet the last remaining number of Bead(s) between the 1 to 4 will be the winning number. Ex: If left 1 bead then winning number is 1, left 2 beads then winning number is 2, left 3 beads then winning number is 3 and if left 4 beads then winning number is 4.

White Represents 1
Green Represents 2
Yellow Represents 3
Red Represents 4

Fan (Single number bets)
A bet on single number. Pays 1: 2.85
Read:
A bet on two numbers, one of which is indicated as a push. Such as the idea to bet 4,3 then if the remaining number is 4 then win, if the remaining number is 3, then its a push. If the remaining number is 1 or 2, then lose. Other 1 read 2 read 3 and so on, meaning the same. Pays 1: 1.9
Angle:
A bet on two numbers, both numbers win. Pays 1 : 0.95
Through:
A bet on three numbers, one of which is indicated as a push. Pays 2 : 0.95
Three:
A bet on three numbers, all of which win. Pays 3 : 0.95

Betting Area
A King Crab.
A Flower of Star.
A Fish.
A Prawn
Gaming tool
A layout devided into four rectangles, each rerctangle marked with the above mention Picture signs.
A saucer or small plate in which to spin the Top on.
A bowl to cover the top while spinning.

King Crab 1 To 2.9
Flower 1 To 2.9
Fish 1 To 2.9
Prawn 1 To 2.9
King Crab Or Prawn 1 To 0.95
King Crab Or Flower 1 To 0.95
Prawn Or Fish 1 To 0.95
Fish Or Flower 1 To 0.95
Prawn Or Flower 1 To 0.95
Fish Or King Crab 1 To 0.95
King Crab Win, Prawn Tie 1 To 1.90
Prawn Win, Fish Tie 1 To 1.90
Fish Win, Prawn Tie 1 To 1.90
Fish Win, Flower Tie 1 To 1.90
Flower Win, Fish Tie 1 To 1.90
Flower Win, King Crab Tie 1 To 1.90
King Crab Win, Flower Tie 1 To 1.90
King Crab Win, Fish Tie 1 To 1.90
Fish Win, King Crab Tie 1 To 1.90
Prawn Win, Flower Tie 1 To 1.90
Flower Win, Prawn Tie 1 To 1.90