Poker players in London have plenty of options when it comes to live games, and many of the 23 london casinos offer some kind of poker action. As well as the casinos, there is also a growing trend of pubs and snooker halls running low stake social games.

If you've ever been to a brick & mortar casino and spent any amount of time at the roulette table, there's a strong chance that you've witnessed the gamblers fallacy in action. In pretty much any casino around the world, the more times a black number is spun in a row, the more people will start betting on red. But why do they do this, and is there any benefit from it?

Just like the local video arcade or bowling alley, a casino is a business which needs to make money in order to stay open. But how exactly does a casino do this? In this article we will examine the fundamental principles of how a casino works - looking at the house edge, RTP and variance.

A common question amongst both new and experienced players is whether or not online casinos are 'rigged' or fixed in some way. This is also a question that gets asked about once every other day on Yahoo answers. So we thought it was high time to answer it.