Live Dealer

Get as close to a real land-based casino as you can from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Grand Poker Casino's live dealer games are available 24/7. Feel like you're there in the action with dealers who greet you by name and welcome you to their table.

Grand Poker has two live dealer areas. Head to Monte Carlo or Vegas and enjoy professional live dealers and a range of popular casino games like Baccarat, Blackjack, and Roulette. Experience them all from your laptop, desktop, or mobile device.

The Monte Carlo Live Dealer

The Monte Carlo Live Dealer lobby works with Windows computers, Apple phones and tablets, and Android devices. Once you've joined and signed in, these games are available with live dealers.

Baccarat – In the Monte Carlo room, Baccarat uses eight decks of cards. Bet whether you'll win, the banker will win, or it will be a tie. Cards are dealt and point values are added. If you predicted the outcome correctly, you win the prize.

Blackjack – Start with two cards and aim for a point total of 21. You do not want to go over it. The person closest to 21 wins the round.

Casino Hold 'Em – The game begins with two cards. Bet or fold and wait for the shared five flop cards to be revealed at the end of betting rounds. The goal is to have the highest five-card poker hand.

European Roulette – Bet on numbers, colors, odds/evens, or sections of the Roulette wheel. The ball is added to the wheel and it spins around. If your prediction was right, you win cash.

The Vegas Live Dealer

The Grand Poker Vegas Live Dealer Casino is maximized for the utmost fun in an experienced to make it seem as though you're really in Las Vegas. To play here, you need to transfer funds to your Vegas Live Dealer account in increments of $25, $50, $100, or $1,000. Once that's done, the games are:

Live Baccarat – Place bets based on who you think will have the highest point total. This game of chance comes down to you and the banker, and you make your prediction before any cards are dealt.

Live Blackjack – Most casino players know the rules of Blackjack. The goal is to get 21 without going over. Ideally, you want a Blackjack with an Ace and a face card or 10.

Live Blackjack Early Payout – This is a basic game of Blackjack, but there's a twist. After your first round of cards, the dealer will offer you an amount if you end the game early. It's up to you if you want to take that offer or go for the full prize.

Live Enhanced Payout American Roulette – In Enhanced Payout, prizes are larger than in other Roulette games. If you bet on the ball to land on a specific number and win, you'd receive 36.08x rather than the standard 35x in Single Zero Roulette.

Live Single Zero Roulette – Players who want to try Live Roulette out for the first time may want to start with Live Single Zero and see how the game is played and what the different betting options are. Enhanced has bigger prizes, so it's likely to become your favorite after you've learned strategies. Bet on the ball landing on a specific number, an area of the Roulette wheel, or Red/Black/Odd/Even.

Live Super 6 – Six decks are shuffled together. Place your bet on whether you or the dealer will have the highest point total. 10, Jack, Queen, and King are worth 0 points, Aces are worth 1 point, and all other cards are worth the number on the card. Add the value of your three cards. If you have a hand value of 18 points, you drop the first digit and have a score of 8. The person with the highest point total wins.

Join the casino. Once you've deposited funds, transfer some of them to the Live Dealer casino room of your choice and play live dealer casino games for real money. Register and log in to get started.