Love playing casino games and love music? Why not combine the two by compiling a playlist of your favourite songs to accompany your own casino night. With so many games available online, you can enjoy a casino night without leaving the comfort of your own home. And this means you can have complete control over what music you listen to. But if you need a few suggestions on what tunes to play, here are some recommended tracks for your ultimate casino night playlist.

When it comes to showmanship, there are few performers as theatrical and over the top as Alice Cooper and his band. Therefore, it is no surprise to find the rock veteran performing at top casino destination Las Vegas in 2018. But his connection to the gaming world goes beyond performing in Nevada’s capital. The Alice Cooper slot game features many of his biggest hits as well as the horror-inspired images from his shows. There are many Alice Cooper tracks that could feature on your casino night playlist but ‘Desperado’ gets the nod thanks to the opening line “I’m a gambler.

Continuing the heavy rock theme, the next track really is a no-brainer. ‘The Ace of Spades’ by Motorhead just has to make the list. The English band’s storming homage to the playing card is their most famous song and like Alice Cooper, they have also been honoured with their own slot game. The headbanging Motorhead slot has been developed as part of series that also includes games featuring Jimi Hendrix and Guns n‘ Roses.

After all that rocking, you might feel like a change of pace and who better than Kenny Rogers to provide that for you. The country and western legend released ‘The Gambler’ back in 1978 and it has been an anthem for betting enthusiasts ever since. However, it can also be interpreted as a metaphor for life. The song tells a tale that begins with the intriguing lyrics “On a warm summer's eve, on a train bound for nowhere, I met up with the gambler, we were both too tired to sleep.

Okay, now for another change of pace as we turn to the world of pop for our next track. Lady Gaga is now a global megastar and ‘Poker Face’ was the track that really propelled to stardom becoming the world's best-selling single of 2009. The song may not strictly be about poker but it uses terminology from the game to describe a romantic encounter.

Talking of using gambling terminology to describe romantic dealings, few songs do it better than the final track on our list, Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Roll the Dice.’ The Boss tells the tale of a man who has been unlucky in love but believes that is all about to change with the next roll of the dice. In true romantic fashion, the song leaves us guessing as to the fate of the protagonist as he banks on “One more roll.”