HOW TO PLAY CARIBBEAN HOLD'EMThis game is a sister to Caribbean Stud Poker. In Caribbean Holdem Poker, you play a variation of Texas Holdem against the casino. You can win the progressive jackpot with a Royal Flush on the first five cards (two player cards and three community cards). You can also win an optional bonus for a progressive jackpot with at least a Flush on the first five cards and a better hand than the dealer's hand.
HOW TO PLAY CARIBBEAN STUDThis 5-card poker game is played with a single deck of 52 cards. You play against the Dealer.
STRATEGIESAlways raise with a pair or higher, fold with less than ace/king, and raise on ace/king if any of the following three rules apply.
HOW TO PLAY
HOW TO PLAY LET'EM RIDELet 'Em Ride is a variation of poker, except that the Player plays against the house and does not compete against the Dealer or other Players. Let 'Em Ride is dealt from a single deck of 52 cards. The Player is dealt three cards face up and two cards are dealt face down in front of the dealer - these are community cards that are used to complete the player's hand. The objective of the game is to get any winning poker hand consisting of a pair of 10's or higher, using all five cards.
Player Can Win If:The Player receives a pair of 10's or higher using all five cards shown.
Player Loses If:The Player does not receive at least a pair of 10's.
|Hand Rank||Standard Payout||Description|
|Royal Flush||1000:1||A, K, Q, J, 10 of same suit|
|Straight Flush||200:1||5 cards of same suit in sequence|
|Four of a Kind||50:1||4 cards of same rank|
|Full House||11:1||3 or a kind, plus a pair|
|Flush||8:1||5 cards of same suit|
|Straight||5:1||5 cards in sequence, mixed suits|
|Three of a Kind||3:1||3 cards of same rank|
|Two Pair||2:1||2 cards of same rank, 10 or higher|
Player Actions/Button DescriptionsBet - To place a bet, the Player must click on the chip value that they wish to wager.
|Four of a Kiind||$500|
HOW TO PLAY PAI GOW POKERPai Gow is played with a 53-card deck consisting of a standard deck of 52 cards plus one Joker. The player receives seven cards, which must then be "set" two hands are compared with the dealer's two hands to determine the winner.
The Player Can Win If:
The Player Loses If:
The Player Pushes If:
HOW TO PLAY TRI-CARD POKERThe game of Tri-Card Poker is played between a Dealer and a Player with a 52-card deck. Tri-Card Poker is two games consisting of the Ante and Raise and Pair Plus. The object in the Ante and Raise portion is to receive a higher 3-card poker hand than the Dealer. The object of the Pair Plus game is simply to wager on whether you will receive a 3-card poker hand with any pair or better. The Player may bet on either or both games for any amount within the posted table limit. The wagers do not have to be equal amounts.
CARD VALUESCards are ranked from 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, with 2 being lowest and ace being highest.
THE ANTE WAGERAfter placing an Ante wager the Player is dealt 3 cards face up and the Dealer receives 3 cards face down. If the Player does not believe the hand can beat the Dealer, the Player can fold the hand and the wager is lost.
THE PAIR PLUSThe Pair Plus is won if the Player's hand is dealt a pair or higher. The Pair Plus wager is a separate wager that is not measured against the Dealer's hand, it is paid out based on the rank of the hand dealt, (See Chart Below). If the Player wagers on the Ante and folds the hand the Pair Plus wager is also forfeited
THE PLAYER CAN WIN IF:
THE PLAYER LOSES IF:
PLAYER ACTIONS/BUTTON DESCRIPTIONSBet - To place an Ante bet, the Player must click on the Ante circle and then the chip value that they wish to wager. To place a Pair Plus wager click on the Pair+ diamond and then the chip value they wish to wager.
|Pair Plus Pay Table and Hand Ranks|
|Rank||Payout Table 2|
|3 of a Kind||30:1|
|Ante Bonus Pay Table and Hand Ranks|
|Rank||Payout Table 2|
|3 of a Kind||4:1|
HOW TO PLAY PLAY VEGAS THREE-CARD RUMMYThe game of Vegas Three Card Rummy is played between the Dealer and the Player with a 52-card deck. The Player is dealt three cards face up and the Dealer is dealt three cards face down. The goal of Vegas Three Card Rummy is to get fewer points than the Dealer.
Cards 2 through 10 = face valueNOTE - Ace, King is not a suited run
Jack, Queen, King = 10 points<
Aces = 1 point
Any Pair = 0 points
Any Triple = 0 points
Two-card Suited Run = 0 points
Three-card Suited Run = 0 points
THE ANTE WAGERAfter placing an Ante wager the Player is dealt 3 cards face up and the Dealer receives 3 cards face down. If the Player does not believe their hand can beat the Dealer, the Player can fold the hand and forfeit the Ante wager.
THE BONUS BETThe Bonus Bet is won if the Player's hand contains 12 points or less. The Bonus Bet wager is a not measured against the Dealer's hand, it is paid out based on the point total of the hand dealt, (see pay-table below). If the Player wagers on the Ante and folds the hand the Bonus Bet wager is also forfeited.
|Bonus Bet Payouts|
|A-2-3 Suited Run||100:1|
PAYOUTS - RAISE BET
THE PLAYER LOSES IF:
THE PLAYER WINS IF:
PLAYER ACTIONS / BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS:Bet - To place an Ante wager, the Player must click on the Ante circle and then the chip value that they wish to wager. To place a Bonus Bet wager the Player must click on the Bonus Bet diamond and then on the desired chip value they wish to wager.
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