available at the casinos of Lower Saxony

The Lower Saxony Jackpot

The Lower Saxony Jackpot is a highlight that is available exclusively at the casinos of Lower Saxony. A total of 56 machines at all the different locations are linked up so that the sum in the jackpot increases at every location.

You can crack the jackpot with a stake of as little as 50 cents at any of these machines at any of the casinos in Lower Saxony. The jackpot system applies to various games: you can choose between the Lower Saxony jackpot classic “BIG BLUE BUCK$™” as well as the popular games “GIPSY MOON™”, “TREASURE OF THE PYRAMIDS™” and “POSEIDON™”.

The jackpot feature starts with three “CA$H FEVER” symbols and the fever curve gradually rises. When it reaches 2500 degrees, you will see: “Congratulations – The winner takes it all – you have hit the jackpot!” Jackpot winnings can run into 6 figures.

Slot machine highlights

Merkur M-Box

The popular M-Box is available at all locations, in some cases with the additional game “Seven Jackpot”.


Popular classic games such as Book of Ra or Lucky Lady in old and new guises. Up to 30 different games per machine.

Novoline machines can be found at all gaming venues of Spielbanken Niedersachsen GmbH.


Would you like to combine an authentic roulette experience with the thrill of a slot machine casino?

To play Multi-Roulette, you sit in front of a touchscreen that displays a classic roulette table.

You will find Multi-Roulette at all casinos of Spielbanken Niedersachsen GmbH.

More slot machines are available at your local venue.

What is a Player Card?

We offer a convenient card system at all our machines. Simply book your winnings or bills to a card at the machine and reload the desired amounts at other machines.

The Player Card lets you play on different machines simply and conveniently. There is no need to change coins or bills or queue at the cash desks.

The Player Card is available at all gaming venues of Spielbanken Niedersachsen GmbH.

Jackpot systems

Lower Saxony Jackpot

Low stakes – high chances of winning

Seven Jackpot

“Extra click for an extra kick” at our Seven Jackpot system from Merkur.

More jackpot systems are available at your local venue.

Live games

American Roulette

Welcome to the fairest game of chance in the world.

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Object of the game

The object of the game is to “predict” where the ball will land. Players place their bets beforehand by placing one or more chips on a single number or on a combination of numbers, each of which offers different winnings.
The game begins when the croupier announces “Faites vos jeux”. Players can now place their bets on the roulette table.

Roulette table structure

The drum and wheel are the parts of the roulette table around which everything revolves – because this is where the ball rolls. The wheel is divided into 37 compartments marked with the numbers 0 to 36 in random order. Each number is alternately allocated to the colour red or black. The only exception is the “zero”, which has a green compartment.

Black Jack

If you know pontoon or vingt-et-un, you also know how to play Black Jack, the American variant of this popular card game.

The aim of the game is to achieve a higher score than the bank by drawing cards, but without exceeding the value of 21.

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How to play

Black Jack is played with six decks of cards with 52 cards each. The object of the game is to reach a higher score than the bank by drawing cards, but without exceeding a score of 21. The cards score as follows: Ace counts 1 or 11, Jack, Queen and King each count 10 and the other cards have face value. The cards are drawn from a shuffler or card shoe. After the bets have been placed, the dealer deals one card face up to each player (clockwise) and finally to himself. Each player then receives a second card, also dealt face up. What can happen?

If the player has Black Jack,

the winnings are paid at odds of 3 : 2, unless the dealer also has Black Jack. In case of a stand-off, where the value of the player’s cards is identical with the dealer’s, the stakes are neither won nor lost, but remain for the next game.

If no one has Black Jack,

the player tries to get as close as possible to a score of 21. If the player wishes further cards from the dealer, he says “card”. If he says “stay” or “rest”, he refuses further cards. The dealer draws his own cards after all the players have declared.
The dealer is not allowed to draw another card once he has reached a score of 17 or higher; if his score is 16 or lower, he has to draw a card. If the player is closer to 21 than the dealer, his stake is doubled. If the total value of his cards is lower than the dealer’s, the player loses his stake.


Poker is played with a maximum of 10 people at the table. The aim is to win the pot containing the players’ bets (minus the tax). The best five-card poker hand wins the round.

Cash game means that a player can join or leave the game at any time. The money is exchanged for chips at the cash desk before the game and at the table during the rest of the game. The variants Texas Hold’em and Omaha are available.

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Easy Hold ’em

If you like Texas Hold ’em, you will love Easy Hold ’em. It’s very simple and offers good odds: you don’t play against other guests, only against the bank.

The best thing about it is that you can start to play at any time and don’t have to wait until a poker group has formed. A seat at the Easy Hold ’em table is reserved for you. Place your bet.

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Easy Hold ’em is a variation of the popular Texas Hold ’em. The rules are by and large the same. The only difference is that you don’t have several opponents, but only one – the banker. First you place your bet (ante) and you are dealt two cards face down (hole cards) – as are all the other players and the croupier. 5 cards are then dealt face up (community cards): first three (flop), then one (turn) and finally one more (river). The best 5-card hand is formed from your own face-down cards and the community cards and compared with the croupier’s hand. You win if you have a better hand than the croupier.

The bets

After receiving the two hole cards face down, you can decide whether to continue playing or not. If you continue to play, you place a bet equal to the ante on the square marked Flop (F). The dealer keeps the ante from all players who fold. Then the flop is placed face up on the table. If you are satisfied with your hand, you can bet the ante before the turn card or check (call without betting). These actions are also available before the river card.

The dealer may not draw as from 17 but is obliged to draw if the player has 16 or less. If the player is closer to 21 than the dealer, he/she wins twice their bet. If the total value of the player’s cards is lower than the dealer’s, he/she loses their bet.

Heads-up Hold’em

In HEADS-UP Hold’em Poker, the guests play individually against the bank. The aim is to get a better hand than that of the dealer.

Additional chance: The HEADS-UP Hold’em Progressive Jackpot is the highest possible prize, which increases with every bet. There are also 5 other ways to win. It starts with €12,500. The Jackpot amount increases with every bet.

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Interblock: Enjoy a new live gaming experience

Interblock roulette at the casinos of Lower Saxony is the perfect symbiosis of classic live gaming and modern slot machines.

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