The layout of this game is very similar to most of the other table games created by NetEnt. It’s played on a green felt table with wooden surround, and across the top of this table you’ll find the card shuffler and dealer, which is next to a sign reading out the minimum and maximum wagers able to be played. In Red Dog, this stands at €1 and €100, respectively. The dealers chips can be seen in the middle, while on the left hand side of the screen are the cards which have already been dealt. There’s also the progressive ante limit shown, which is €1,000, and the pay table can be seen across the very middle of the table. At the bottom of the screen, you’ll find two circles with the words ‘Raise’ and ‘Ante’ written in them.
And speaking of the wagers you’re able to place on this game, you’ll be able to do this by utilising the coloured chips in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. These stand at the blue €1, the red €5 and the yellow €10, and of course, these can be stacked up if you want to reach up the maximum €100 bet. The grey chip with the red ‘x’ on it will cancel off any chips already placed. The only thing you’ll see on screen is the various buttons you can use in the centre to ‘deal’ and ‘call’ whilst playing a round. So, now comes the time to discuss how to play the game.