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Alongside you can see a screenshot of the view that greets you when you opt for Speciality Casino Games on the Welcome screen of Silversands Casino.

Here you can easily preview all the diverse speciality games that are on offer at the casino such as Scratch Cards, Speciality Table Games, Bingo, & Keno to name a few of the casino games. Simply click on the tabs on top for the game categories and then onto the casino games themselves to gain more information about them.

This will also throw up a preview of the games interface so that you know at a glance the way the game looks like when you play it. This way you can take a look at the interfaces of all the speciality casino games on offer and then easily choose the one which excites you the most – or perhaps one you have played before and are familiar with.

At any time if you need any assistance, remember that help is easily available from casino support.

Moreover, just like other casino games at Silversands, Casino Speciality Games are available to play for FREE – so no compulsion for you to dole out money to play! As a matter of fact in the initial stages when you are just starting out, we recommend that you begin playing for free which would be good for practice and indeed to learn the ropes well.

So if you haven’t yet got down to downloading the software from Silversands Casino, now is the time to do so!

Against that backdrop, let us look at some of the Speciality Table Games that Silversands Casino offers for your pleasure.


When it comes to the game of casino Roulette, as a player you typically have two options – either to opt for American Roulette or its trans-Atlantic counterpart, European Roulette.

There isn’t a great deal of difference; just that European Roulette has a total of 37 numbered slots that include a 0 slot as well.

The procedure for playing the game is standard, i.e. release a small white ball onto a numbered and coloured, spinning wheel.

The aim of this speciality casino game too remains the same across either version, which is to correctly predict the number or group of numbers, and indeed the colour of the slot in which the roulette ball would end up.

Bets are placed either inside or outside.


Played in rounds, the aim of craps is quite simple as is the case with Roulette – you simply predict the number that you think will end up being rolled.

A round commences with the primary roll of the dice, which is also known as a come-out roll. Of course, as your bet plays out, you will know whether you ended up on the winning side of the roll or the losing one.

At the same time, bear in mind that no win or loss is also possible; in such a scenario, the rolled number is deemed to be a Point.

Accordingly, rounds of Craps go on till the time either a 7 gets rolled or the Point is attained.


There are a total of 44 balls drawn in Bingo. The goal here is quite simple like the casino games above – just match on cards as per the paytable combination numbers which can be say horizontal, diagonal lines, 2 or 3 or 4 Lines, or maybe even 4 corners.