Casino Chips

How to play the Casino games.


So you have been invited to a casino party, or your company is holding their annual casino fun night. You are here because you have no idea what it is about.


Don't worry, you are with 95% of Australia. Fun Casino parties are relatively unheard of in Australia until recently. Given that so little is known about what we do, here are some instructions on how to play the games and also how our "Fun Casino Nights" work.

So have a go and enjoy yourself.


At the start of the night, you (the guest) will be given some fun money by the host of your event.


When the casino tables open, it is just like a real casino except there is no real money to lose.

You take your fun money note(s) to any of the Casino tables to be changed for chips. You can then play at any of the tables for the duration of the event.

At the end of the casino, we ask all participants to return their chips to the tables.

We count the value of the chips held by each player and award a trophy to the "best player" which is the player who has won the most money through out the night.


If you are not sure how to play the games, our friendly croupiers can give you a brief lesson. But if you want to get a headstart on your competition for the trophy, please read below. For instructions and details of the games please click on the picture of the game you would like to learn about.



Blackjack night fun

Blackjack is a game of cards played against the dealer. Similar to pontoon or 21 as most people would call it. Try to get as close to 21 as you can without going over, and make sure your total is higher than the dealer. Please click on the above image to learn how to play in detail.



Roulette Fun Casino

Roulette is a game of chance with players placing bets on a layout with the winning bets determined by a ball landing in a numbered division of the Roulette Wheel. Please click on the above image to learn how to play in detail.


Money Wheel:

Money Wheel Big Wheel, chocolate wheel

The Money Wheel is also sometimes referred to as the Big wheel, Chocolate Wheel or Big Six. It is a simple game where you bet on which segment on the wheel will stop at the top. The number that stops at the marker is the winning number and pays the winning odds. This is often the game of chioce for guests who have never been to a casino before as it is not overly complicated. Please click on the above image to learn how to play in detail.



Craps dice

Craps (sometimes just referred to as “Dice”) is a game where players place bets on the layout whilst one of the players rolls the dice. ¬†There are over a 100 betting combinations and the croupiers appear to speak a different language when dealing this game. ¬†Craps can be a fun and exciting game with the players rolling the dice to determine the outcome. Please click on the above image to learn how to play in detail.



Poker is a game played against other players with the dealer facilitating the game but not participating. The game most commonly played at Fun casino events is "Texas Hold'em Poker" which is also played in many pubs and clubs around Australia. Please click on the above image to learn how to play in detail.


Photo Kiosk:

Photo booth,

We offer a Photo Kiosk when our casino tables are used at an event. We do not call this a photo booth as there is no booth, we use the casino setting as the backdrop. We also do not supply a printer as most of the photo strips get left behind by guests making it a waste of money. Instead we supply the pictures to the host either on a memory stick or by sending them the next day. Our Photo Kiosk is around 1/4 of the price of a Photo Booth company at $100-$150 depending on the number of tables hired, but you still end up with some fantastic memories of your night. Please click on the above image to see some examples of our kiosk in action.