In the same vein as rock, paper scissors and odds and evens, Heads or Tails is probably a game that you've played many times with friends either just for fun or to settle small arguments. If this is one of those games that you've generally had luck with, maybe you should give going against the computer a try and seeing if you can turn some of that luck into cold, hard cash!
Heads or Tails information
The underlying concept of the game is about as simple as it gets - guess whether coins will come up heads or tails. If you prefer simple, straightforward games then this is the choice for you!
How to play Heads or Tails
Begin by making your bet. You can make an initial wager of anywhere between $.10 and $100, so there are bet ranges in play for risk-averse gamers as well as for those of you looking to put a bit more on the line.
Next, choose whether you would like to flip one coin or a pair of coins. If you select one coin, you will be guessing whether it along will come up heads or tails; if you choose two coins, you will be deciding which combination of coins you think will appear (the order the coins land in does not matter).
Now, you must decide how many coin flips - 1, 2 or 3 - you would like to try for. If you bet on one flip and guess correctly, you win 1.9 times your bet; two correct guesses in a row wins you 3.8 times your bet; three guesses in a row wins you 7.5 the initial wager. Note that if you are trying to guess correctly in a sequence of 2 or 3 that you must not guess incorrectly even once and that you may not change your guess from one flip to another in the same sequence. In other words, pick your combination wisely, because you're going to be sticking to it!