Online vs. Real Life: Which Casino Games Are the Best?

Casinos have been around for centuries. The first casino ever built was Casinó di Venezia, which - along with the famous city of Venice - has served as an inspiration for the famous Venetian resort in Las Vegas. Compared to land-based casinos, online gambling is very young - it has barely passed the legal age of drinking in the US. And, with a few exceptions, it has mostly copied the games traditionally played in land-based casinos. But did it do a good job? Today the game library of the Red Flush Casino has a selection of games you would normally find in a land-based casino in Vegas. But it has a huge advantage over any real life casino floor: it's not bound by space. Being a virtual casino, Red Flush can offer an incredible variety of games, which land-based casinos can't, as they always have a limited space. This is one of the advantages virtual casinos have over their real life counterparts. Still, there are some games that are not entirely fit for virtual play. Take craps as an example. The Red Flush Casino offers its players the possibility to try their luck at a virtual craps table, but the game is not among the most popular ones there. But take a look at the game floor at any Las Vegas casino: the craps table is always the nosiest of them all, with bystanders betting on the shooter's hand, and cheering for those winning. Playing craps alone is much less fun, which makes it an imperfect choice for virtual casinos. The same goes for most table games you can play online. Blackjack is perhaps the only exception - it can be equally exciting when played in real life or in a browser window. But other games, like baccarat or roulette, are still best played in a land-based environment, at a real table, with a real dealer handling the cards. But when it comes to more modern games, the advantages of virtual casinos start to show. Let's take a look at the variety of slot machines, for example. Red Flush is home to over 700 casino games, more than any land-based casino could fit into its building. The online slot machine is very versatile, capable of "putting on" any theme the developer might have in mind. I think it's not too far fetched to say that whatever theme you can name, there is a slot machine wearing it. Fitting all these into a land-based casino would be impossible. But it's easy to achieve when you go online. As you can see, there is no way to say which casino game type is the best. It mostly depends on the nature of the game, and the personal taste of the player. But one thing is for sure: playing them can be exciting, no matter if it's online or in real life.