|MONTE CARLO CASINO
This game can be used with a joystick the cursor control keys (with ENTER for
select) or the following keys: -Q up , A down, O left, P right and ENTER for
select THE CAME
Try to turn $10,000 into a million bucks by gambling shrewdly and getting
lucky at the MONTE CARLO CASINO... There are FIVE well known gambling games to
choose from, and you can play any of them whenever you feel like it - if
you've had enough of roulette for a while, there's nothing to stop you taking
a short walk over to the poker table...
Press your SELECT button on the title page to start a game. You can now move
a pointer around a page showing the five games. Just use your UP, DOWN, LEFT
and RIGHT controls to put your pointer on the picture of the game you 'd like
to play next and press SELECT.
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HOW TO PLAY THE GAMES . . .
* FIVE CARD DRAW POKER is probably the best known card game in the world. You
will play against the dealer, and your aim is to beat him. You do this by
either holding a better hand than him or by bluffing him into dropping.
After the cards have been dealt you can BET (set the initial stakes) STAY (do
nothing) or DROP (throw your cards in and give up) If you bet or stay then the
dealer will decide if he wants to bet, stay or drop. This process goes on
until someone CALLS. When this happens for the first time you can throw away
any unwanted cards and take some new ones. Then another round of betting takes
place. On the second CALL both hands are shown and the winner is decided
according to the table below. The winner takes all the money in the pot.
Winning hands are listed here in order of best thru worst:
STRAIGHT FLUSH - 5 cards of the same suit, in order
FOUR OF A KIND - e.g. 4 aces, 4 eights etc.
FULL HOUSE - One pair and three of a kind
FLUSH - Five cards of the same suit
STRAIGHT - Five cards from different suits, but in numerical
order e.g. 3,4,5,6,7
THREE OF A KIND - e.g. 3 tens, 3 kings
TWO PAIRS - e.g. 2 three and 2 sixes
ONE PAIR - e.g. 2 fours
If the two hands are the same at the end of a game, then the hand with the
highest 'trick' wins, e.g. you both have a pair, but the dealers is two jacks
and yours is two sevens. The dealer wins because his trick is of a higher
* ROULETTE When you start a game of roulette you can BET or QUIT (back to the
choose game screen). Use UP, DOWN and SELECT to tell the computer what you
want to do.
When you choose to BET you must then tell the croupier how much you'll stake
by using UP, DOWN and SELECT. Having done this you've got to choose the odds
for you r bet (which range from evens to 35-1). Then move your stack of chips
to the right place on the table and press SELECT to tell the croupier that
you've finished. You can then choose to BET again (you can have up to 10 bets
on the table at one time) or SPIN the wheel. When the roulette wheel stops the
croupier will pay out all winning bets.
* Blackjack is a game that you might also know as pontoon or vingt-et-un. You
play the game against the dealer - to win, the face value of your cards must
add up to more than his, but if your total is over 21 then you're 'bust' and
lose the game and any stake you've put up.
When you START the game you and the dealer will both be dealt two cards. He
can see your cards, but you can only see one of his. You can now draw further
cards in an attempt to get as close as possible to a face value of 21. (Jacks,
Queens and Kings count as face value 10. An Ace can be counted as a 1 or an
To take another card, choose to TWIST (take another card without raising the
stakes) or choose BUY to up the stakes and take another card. When you decide
that you've got enough cards, choose to STICK and then the dealer will try to
beat your score - if he goes bust then you win!
This is the order of priority for deciding wins, from best to worst hands
* A five card trick - five low value cards - these don't necessarily have to
add up to 21.
* An ace and a picture card (Jacks, Queens, Kings.) if An ace and a ten.
* The hand with the highest face value.
* Jackpot machine - this has got to be the easiest way of casino gambling,
but can be very rewarding. Press your SELECT control to spin the reels, or any
other key to quit playing the jackpot machine. Each pull of the handle costs a
* Craps is a dice game in which the players bet on the spot values showing up
when two dice are thrown. Choose the BET option to start playing craps. You'll
have to choose your stake first, and then choose one of five types of bet: BIG
SIX - you bet a six is thrown before a seven. BIG EIGHT- you bet an eight is
thrown before a seven.
FIELD BET - If a 5,6,7 or 8 is thrown you lose.
If a 3,4,9,10, or 11 is thrown you win even money.
If a 2 or 12 is thrown you win double money.
PASS LINE BET - If your first roll is a 7 or 11 then you win. If it's a 2,3
or 12 then you lose. If it's any other number then this number becomes your
POINT. You must now throw that number again before throwing a seven to win.
DON'T PASS BET - If your first roll is a 7 or 11 then you win. If it's a 2,3
or 12 then you lose. Any other number becomes your POINT. You must now throw a
7 before you throw that number to win.
Monte Carlo Casino was brought to you by...
Coding Peter Williamson
Graphics Chris Graham
Music and Audio FX David Whittaker
Director David Darling
Production Stew Regan and Mike Clark
Package design Yvonne Priest
Cover Illustration Alistair Graham
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