The new kid on the block in the online casino world is live online casino and we shall try to explain what it is and where you can find it. It may seem a little strange, but you can actually play casino games against live dealers whilst playing in your online casino sitting at home behind your own computer and it is all done by live streaming of webcams. The webcams are set up in a remote gaming room or casino; they are not casinos in the true sense of the word as there is no general public present but they are room s equipped with gaming tables and dealers which at the moment means card tables and a roulette wheel. The two most popular live casino games are roulette and blackjack but some also have Baccarat and even Sic Bo. The advantage of live casino is that it does away with the Random Number Generator or RNG which some gamblers do not trust (we hasten to note that all the online casinos that we feature on this site have RNGs which are regularly independently tested) but the downside is that, as in a land based casino, you have to get bets on in time and you cannot play at your own pace. Not all online casinos offer live casino as an option and even those that do can have them in less obvious places on the site. The simplest is probably Paddy Power that has live casino as a tab at the top of the home page, others such as 888 or Party Casino have them as part of their download casino offering so you need to have downloaded the casino before you can start; Ladbrokes is easily accessible by clicking on the casino tab on the home page and live casino appears as an option. Unfortunately Bwin and Spin Palace whilst very good online casinos do not offer live casino as an option at the moment..