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Last Updated: November 20, 2017

1x2gaming Review

Introduction

1x2gaming is an online casino game developer that is based out of the United Kingdom, and provides its software to a number of big name betting sites throughout the world. The company was founded in 2003 and has become known for its virtual sports, slots, and table games that it deploys throughout the globe. The company is considered to be very reliable, and the fact that the group is licensed in the UK and Alderney gives us no doubt that the company’s games are fair.

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Baccarat


Baccarat
 

The usual baccarat rules are followed. The number of decks used is six. The tie bet pays the usual, yet stingy, 8 to 1 odds. Following is the house edge of each bet:

  • Banker: 1.06%.
  • Player: 1.24%.
  • Tie: 14.44%.

Blackjack


Blackjack

Red Queen Blackjack

Blackjack Bonus

Basic strategy card

The three blackjack games I'm aware of are:

  • Blackjack
  • Red Queen Blackjack
  • Bonus Blackjack


The rules common to all three are:

  • Six decks
  • Dealer stands on soft 17.
  • Dealer peeks for blackjack.
  • Double after split allowed.
  • Player may split only one time.
  • No surrender.
  • No draw to split aces.


Using my blackjack house edge calculator, I get a house edge of 0.46%.

But wait, it gets better. Red Queen Blackjack increases the win for a winning blackjack with a red queen to 2 to 1. Bonus Blackjack does the same thing, except for a blackjack with a black jack. Both lower the house edge by 0.28%. So those two blackjack games would have a house edge of a nice low 0.18%. It doesn't get much better than that anymore.

For the proper basic strategy, click on the basic strategy image.

Blackjack Player's Choice


Blackjack Player's Choice
 

Blackjack Player's Choice is a blackjack variant I've never seen before. Here is the gist of it:

  • Player can accept or reject his first starting hand, based on seeing the first card only. If the player rejects it, then he must keep the second one.
  • The player can hit or stand only.
  • The dealer will keep drawing until he either beats the player or ties the player with 18 or more.
  • In the event of a tie, the player loses half.
  • A winning blackjack pays 6 to 5.
  • Eight decks are used.


According to the help file, the expected return is 98.37% with optimal strategy, whatever that is.

Casino War


Casino Wars
 

For some reason, 1X2 makes the title of this game plural -- Casino Wars. However, the usual Casino War rules are followed. Sorry, no bonus for a war after a war. This makes the house edge 2.88% on the Ante wager, assuming the player goes to war on a tie, which he should. The house edge on the War bet is 18.65% (ouch!).

Darts 180


Darts 180
 

Darts 180 is a game of chance based on throwing three darts at a dart board. The player is paid according to his total points. Wins range from 1/2 to 1000x the bet amount. The rules don't say the probabilities for each number of points per dart, or in total. So, we'll have to take the help file at its word, which says, "The minimum theoretical Return to Player for this game is 95.3%.

Keno


Jackpot Keno

Keno

Keno Kickoff

Keno Lab

Kenotronic

1x2 Gaming has five different keno games to choose from. However Keno, Kenotronic, KenoLab, and Jackpot Keno all have exactly the same rules and pay tables. They differ in graphics and sound only. Here is the pay table for those games. The return is shown in the bottom row. As you can see, the greatest return is for a pick-3 at 95.81%.

Keno, Kenotronic, KenoLab, and Jackpot KenoExpand

Pick 1 Pick 2 Pick 3 Pick 4 Pick 5 Pick 6 Pick 7 Pick 8 Pick 9 Pick 10 Pick 11 Pick 12 Pick 13 Pick 14 Pick 15
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3.5 1 1 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0
9.5 2 2 1 1 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0 0 0 0
18 6 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.5 0.5 0.5
18 16 4 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 0.5 0.5
50 24 16 7 4 3 2.5 2 2 2 1.5
70 50 20 10 5 4 4 4 3 2
250 80 25 10 8 8 6 4 4
750 60 20 16 12 10 8 7
1250 200 150 120 60 40 25
1600 800 400 150 120 80
2500 1500 500 400 250
4000 3000 1000 500
6000 2000 1000
8000 2500
10000
87.5% 95.09% 95.81% 95.63% 95.08% 94.72% 93.78% 94.82% 94.81% 94.16% 89.76% 89.54% 92.03% 89.79% 90.04%


The fifth keno game is Keno Kickoff. It is like convention 80/20 keno, except they reduce from ball range to 40 and the ball draw to 10. What is interesting is they keep the pay table the same as their other keno games. In the case of the pick one, the return is the same. Otherwise, it is up to 8.89% less. So, I would suggest if you must play keno, don't play this one. If you must, the greatest return is for a pick-2 at 93.27%.

Keno KickoffExpand

Pick 1 Pick 2 Pick 3 Pick 4 Pick 5 Pick 6 Pick 7 Pick 8 Pick 9 Pick 10
0
3.5 1 1 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0
9.5 2 2 1 1 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
18 6 3 2 1 1 1 1
18 16 4 5 3 2 2
50 24 16 7 4 3
70 50 20 10 5
250 80 25 10
750 60 20
1250 200
1600
87.5% 93.27% 93.22% 92.82% 89.62% 90.71% 84.89% 87.4% 89.13% 90.51%


Odd One In


Odd One In
 

Odd One In is a sort of like roulette played with cards. All bets depend on the total of two cards. There are a host of bets to choose from, depending on the card total and whether the cards are suited. However, all of them require an odd total to win. For all the rules and odds, please see my Odd One In page. The house edge varies between 2.26% and 13.12%, so choose your bets carefully.

Penalty Shootout


Betting slip

Shootout

Here is another simple game of chance by 1X2. The player bets on whether each of five players will make or miss a penalty kick in soccer. Assuming the house edge is the same either way, I put it at about 96%.

I don't think I'll be able to get the music from this game out of my head for days.

Caribbean Stud Poker


Caribbean Stud Poker
 

1X2 follows the usual 1-2-3-4-5-7-20-50-100 Caribbean Stud Poker pay table, for a house edge of 5.22%. Strangely, there is no side bet.

Poker Dice


Poker dice
 

Poker Dice is simple dice game that pays based on the poker value of five poker dice. One problem I have with this game is the rules don't state what a "Golden Royal" and "Golden Straight" are. I asked the Pobeda casino support, who offer this game, about it. Here is what they wrote back:

"Hello! Throw off you a link to the official story about this game, there are rules of the game: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poker_dice."

Who wrote that, Borat? Of course, the Wikipedia link didn't answer the question either. One of these days I hope to find someone in casino support, of any Internet casino, who knows anything about their own rules.

Based on my investigation into the matter, I have concluded that a Golden Royal is a sequential and ascending straight to the ace. I guess there is a specific way they order the dice. A Golden Straight is a sequential and ascending straight to the king. Dice that are in the correct order are shown in a golden color.

Given their pay table, the return is 96.63%.

Three Card Poker


Three Card Poker
 

Here are the pay tables used by 1X2 in Three Card Poker:

  • Ante bonus: 1-4-5
  • Pairplus: 1-4-6-30-40


That makes the house edge as follows:

  • Ante: 3.37%.
  • Pair plus: 2.32%.


The help file claims that six decks are used, but I very strongly believe this to be in error. I have never once in my life seen Three Card Poker played with anything other than a single 52-card deck. Furthermore, I played through many hands and never once saw the same card twice in the same game.

Race the Ace


Race the Ace
 

This is another unique game to 1X2, as far as I know. It is a racing game where four aces advance towards a finish line according to the suit of cards drawn from the remaining 48 cards, until there is a winner. The player may or may not burn seven cards before the race, which are revealed to the player. If the player chooses not to seem them, then the expected return on all four suits is 93.75%. If the player chooses to reveal the first seven cards, then the return will range from 50.71% to 97.26%, depending on the bet and the distribution of suits removed.

For all the details, including an analysis of every betting scenario, please visit my page on Race the Ace.

Roulette


Astro Roulette

Chinese Roulette

Crystal Roulette

Electronic Roulette

Titanium Roulette

Roulette Master

European Roulette

There are several roulette games to choose from. All of them, except European roulette, are based on the single-zero roulette model with a house edge of 2.70% on every bet.

European roulette has the French rule that if the ball lands in zero, then the player loses half only on even money bets. This lowers the house edge to 1.35% on the even money bets and remains at 2.70% for the rest.

Astro Roulette and Chinese Roulette are also based on a wheel with 37 slots. Both have three slots for each of the 12 months, plus a single slot labeled infinity. All the bets pay the same odds as single-zero roulette for a house edge of 2.70%.

Scratch Cards


Scratch Soccer

Rugby Riches

Go for Gold

Off Scratch

At the time of this writing, I know of four scratch card games, which all seem very similar. No information is provided about the returns.

Sharp Shooter


Sharp Shooter
 

Sharp Shooter is a simple dice game where the player tries to roll the same faces as a dealer throw of three dice. For all the rules and odds, please see my Sharp Shooter page. The bottom line is a house edge of 4.40%.

Sic Bo


Sic Bo
 

1X2 Gaming is one of the few software providers to offer sic bo.

Following is a list of bets offered, the odds, and house edge.

  • Small and Big: These bets follow the usual rules of paying 1 to 1 if total is under/over 10.5, but both sides lose on a three of a kind. House edge is 2.78%.
  • Single Number: This bet pays according to how many times a specific chosen die face appears. The stingy Atlantic City 1-2-3 pay table is followed for a house edge of 7.87%.
  • Domino: Domino: This bet wins if two chosen die faces appear and it pays the usual 5 to 1 odds for a house edge of 16.67%.
  • 4 and 17: Pays 60 to 1 for a house edge of 15.28%.
  • 5 and 16: Pays 30 to 1 for a house edge of 13.89%.
  • 6 and 15: Pays 17 to 1 for a house edge of 16.67%.
  • 7 and 14: Pays 12 to 1 for a house edge of 9.72%.
  • 8 and 13: Pays 8 to 1 for a house edge of 12.50%.
  • 9 and 12: Pays 6 to 1 for a house edge of 18.98%.
  • 10 and 11: Pays 6 to 1 for a house edge of 12.50%.
  • Double: This bet pays the Atlantic City odds of 10 to 1 if a chosen die face occurs at least twice. The house edge is 18.52%.
  • Any triple: This bet pays 30 to 1 if any three of a kind is rolled for a house edge of 13.89%. The layout says this bet pays both 30 to 1 as well as 6 to 1. I'm inclined to believe the 30 to 1. I think they got confused -- six is the number of winning combinations.
  • Specific triple: This bet pays 180 to 1 if a specified three of a kind is rolled for a house edge of 16.20%.


These pays are fairly standard. My advice is that if you must play this game, stick to the Small and Big bets, with a house edge of 2.78%. The house edge on the other bets range from 7.87% to 18.98%.

Six Shooter


Six Shooter
 

This is another game that I think is unique to 1X2. The object is to throw the dice until every die face represented in a dealer roll of six dice has been rolled by the player. The fewer the rolls, the more the player wins. If it sounds similar to you, it is the same as Sharp Shooter. The difference is that in this game any face rolled by a player will eliminate ALL of that face in the dealer roll, not just one of them. To pay for that, the pay table is not as high. This is another game that I think is unique to 1X2. The object is to throw the dice until every die face represented in a dealer roll of six dice has been rolled by the player. The fewer the rolls, the more the player wins. If it sounds similar to It is the same as , it is. The difference is that in this game any face rolled by a player will eliminate ALL of that face in the dealer roll, not just one of them. To pay for that, the pay table is not as high.

For the complete rules and analysis, please see my page on Six Shooter.

Slots


Kick A$$

Halloween Horrors

Red Dragon

Legendlore

Yule Be Rich

Mamma Mia

The 1X2 slots are pretty simple. If you like simple slots from the mid 90's then you're in the right place. If you're looking the cutting edge graphics and features, you're not. The help screens nicely declare the returns of about half the games. Here is what I checked:

  • Red Dragon: 95.70%
  • Legendlore: 94.55%
  • Yule be Rich: 95.31%
  • Halloween Horrors: 96.26%
  • Piggy Bank: ?
  • Mamma Mia: ?
  • Kick A$$: ?

Super Rally Championship Hi Lo


Super Rally Championship Hi Lo
 

Super Rally Championship Hi Lo is another game exclusive to 1X2 Gaming, as far as I know. The object is to choose whether a random number from 1 to 14 will be higher or lower than the previous one. If the player gets 20 picks correct, then he finishes the race.

The expected return ranges from 95% to 97.60%, depending on how far the player tries to get. The further he gets, the more bonuses he earns. For all the rules and analysis, please visit my page on Super Rally Championship Hi Lo.

Treasure Tomb


Treasure Tomb
 

Treasure Tomb is a simple game of chance. Much like in the Indiana Jones movie, the object is to cross a hallway where each step will either bring you more riches or death. There are a variety of ways to be killed, so all due credit to the game designers and artists for creativity. According to my analysis, the house edge is 5.21%.

For more information, please see my page on Treasure Tomb.

TXS Hold 'Em


TXS Hold 'Em
 

This is a new poker-based game I've never seen before. However, comparisons to Casino Hold 'Em would be easy to make. Both have exactly the same betting structure. The difference is that TXS Hold 'Em does not have a dealer qualifying hand but the Ante requires a winning straight or higher to win.

I haven't analyzed this one yet but can tell you that the game help file states the return is 99.47%.

Video Poker


Jacks or Better

10's or Better

All American

The following table shows the Video Poker games available in alphabetical order.

1x2gaming Video Poker Alphabetic Order

Game Power Poker Multi-Play Pay Table Return
10's or Better No No 1-2-3-4-5-6-25-50-800 99.14%
All American No No 1-1-3-8-8-8-34-200-800 99.38%
Jacks or Better No No 1-2-3-4-6-9-25-50-800 99.54%

Here is the same list in returns range, choose your game wisely.

1x2gaming Video Poker Return Order

Game Power Poker Multi-Play Pay Table Return
Jacks or Better No No 1-2-3-4-6-9-25-50-800 99.54%
All American No No 1-1-3-8-8-8-34-200-800 99.38%
10's or Better No No 1-2-3-4-5-6-25-50-800 99.14%

Virtual Sports


Racing form

Virtual racing

Virtual Champions

Rugby scores

Tennis

Virtual sports I think is 1X2's greatest strength. At the time of this writing, they have 19 sports to choose from. With all of them, there are a host of ways to bet. Sports like tennis offer in-progress betting. The animation of the games is rather short and simple, except the racing games, which are quite well done. Race or matches happen every two minutes or so.

In terms of the odds, an average return can be easily calculated if we assume every choice for a given bet has the same return. Under that assumption, bets with two choices have a return of about 93.5%. For three choices, which is common in soccer, the return strangely goes up to 96.7%. For horse racing game, with several choice for the horse to win, the average return drops to about 88.8%.