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I used to use Hoyle's Casino back in the day, but it's no longer supported and won't work with newer Windows OS.
Strangely enough, I'm not able to find ANY casino gaming software offered for Windows. I found tons of apps for phones, but its pretty hard to play craps on a tiny screen.

I'm looking to hone my craps and blackjack skills and head to Vegas. There's lots of online gaming but they want actual money... I'm looking for practice only.

Any ideas?
 

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I can’t recommend anything for Windows, but wizardofodds.com has tons of free online gaming, under “Play for fun”. I used this site when I taught myself to play Pai Gow Tiles. Lots of good strategy and odds information for different games too.
 

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On Windows, WinPoker is great for video poker simulation. They have an expensive but decent iPhone app that does the same.

Also on iPhone, BJ 101 (Blackjack 101) is an excellent blackjack trainer for basic strategy -- the best feature in that one is that you can artificially select difficulty levels (Medium/Hard) where it purposely gives you more difficult hands (e.g. soft hands, dealer 2-6 showing, pairs, etc). This can save you a ton of time compared to random training because the majority of hands you're likely to encounter in the real world are simple to figure out with just one or two rules from basic strategy.

Craps, I'm not so sure, but I find it kind of pointless to train for as the last few times I've been in Vegas it's pretty much impossible to find yourself a spot at the craps table.
 

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