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Caesars Palace attempts to capture all the essences of Las Vegas gambling by incorporating popular games and visuals found in the aforementioned city. In many ways, it's a simulation — the rules of each game were taken directly from those found in Vegas (circa 1997) as well as the cash payoffs, sounds, and odds of winning. Likewise, each table and game has been modeled after their real-life counterparts to give the look and feel of being in an actual casino.
From the signpost in the lobby, you can pick which game you want to play. There are five games in all — blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, and the slot machine. If you're not sure how to play baccarat, you can choose to view a tutorial — an official Caesars Palace video. Each game (with the exception of the slot machine) features an instructional movie and by watching them, you may pick up some pointers for winning.
You can also customize the game to your wants and needs. Don't like the real-life Vegas ambience of cards shuffling and chips clacking around on the table? Turn it off if you'd just like to concentrate on the game. You can turn off the computer opponents, sound effects, speech/dialog, etc.
Caesars Palace can be played with one or two players (if you'd like to gamble with a friend) and you can save your progress and winnings via the PlayStation Memory Card. Additionally, every rule and odd was authenticated by Dr. William Bertram, a gambling guru. ~ Matthew House, All Game Guide