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Three Card Poker

Three Card Poker is an exciting poker game. You may bet against the designated player, the value of your own three-card hand, or both. The designated player’s three-card hand must contain a queen or higher to qualify. If the designated player’s hand doesn’t qualify, your call bet receives no action and the base bet is paid even money.

Base Bet
The base bet lets you play against the designated player’s hand. It’s just your cards against theirs. If you make the base bet and like your hand, you must place an equal wager on the call bet. It’s your poker hand against the designated player’s poker hand, and the best hand wins!

Pair Plus
Pair Plus applies to your own cards. If your hand contains a pair or better, you beat the designated player’s hand, or they don’t qualify… you win!

To Play Both
It’s you and your cards for a pair or better, and it’s you against the designated player for the best poker hand. You must also make the call bet or you will forfeit the base bet and -if wagered- the Pair Plus bet.


Ultimate Texas Hold’em

Ultimate Texas Hold’em features heads-up play against the designated player and an optional trips bet. This game gives you several advantages:
• The earlier you bet, the more you can bet.
• You don’t have to fold until you see all the community cards.
• The Trips bonus pays odds if your final five-card hand is a three-of-a-kind or better and you beat the designated player’s hand. If your final five-card hand ties the designated player’s hand, the trips wager is a push.

Getting Started
Make equal bets in the ante and blind circles. You may also make the optional Trips bonus bet. You will then receive two cards.

Bet Big or Small, or Not At All
When you get your two hole cards, you can either check or bet 3x-4x your ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. If you haven’t already made a play bet, you have a choice: check or bet 2x your ante. The dealer then reveals the final two community cards. If you haven’t already made a play bet, you have a choice: fold or bet 1x your ante. If you fold… your ante, blind, and optional trips bets lose.

Winning & Losing
The dealer then reveals the designated player’s two hole cards. If your hand beats theirs, your play and ante bets win even money. If the designated player’s hand beats yours… your play, ante, and blind wagers lose. If you tie, those bets push. The blind pays if your winning hand is at least a straight. If you beat the designated player with less than a straight, it pushes.

Designated Player Qualifying
The designated player needs a pair to qualify. If they don’t qualify, the dealer will return your ante. All other bets receive action.


Two Card Poker

Two Card Poker is an exciting game where players are dealt four card and play their best two card poker hand. Pairs are the highest hand, followed by Two-Card Straight Flushes, Flushes, and then High Card if no flush exists. The designated player qualifies with a Jack-High Straight Flush.

Bonus
Optional; wins offs with a pair of 7’s or better. The higher the pair, the higher the odds. The Bonus applies to the player’s two card poker hand only and must beat the designated player’s hand to win. See paytable for odds.

Ante
Initial bet to begin the game.

Bet or Fold
After seeing their four cards, players make their best two card poker hand and bet 1x their Ante or Fold.

Hand Rankings for Two Card Poker are as follows:
1. PAIRS: A’s – 2’s
2. STRAIGHT FLUSHES: A/K Suited is high and A/2 suited is low
3. FLUSHES: A/Q suited is high and 2/4 suited is low.
4. HIGH CARD: If no Two Card Flush
*Straights have no value


Pai Gow

Pai Gow Poker is a fun and social poker game that can be enjoyed by everyone. A single 53-card deck is used, consisting of the usual 52 cards, plus one joker. The joker is semi-wild. It may be used as an ace, or to complete a straight, flush, or straight flush, or royal flush.

Standard poker ranking rules are followed.

The player will separate his seven cards into a five-card high hand, and two-card low hand. The high hand must be of higher poker value than the low hand. The five-card hand is ranked according to conventional poker rules. The only poker hand in the two-card hand
is a pair or no pair, after which the individual cards determine the value. After the player has set his hand, the dealer will turn over their cards and divide the hand in the same manner, according to specified rules known as the “house way.”

The two high hands will be compared, and the two low hands will be compared. The hand with the higher poker value will win. In the event of a tie (copy), for example both two-card hands are ace/king, then the tie is awarded to the “banker.”

If the player wins both comparisons, then the player will win even money on his bet. If the player wins one and loses one, then the bet shall push. If the player loses or ties both, then the player shall lose his wager.


One Card Poker

One Card Poker is the fastest, simplest table game to learn and play, and is the only game where players can beat the designated player more than 50% of the time.

To Play Against the Designated Player
Make a bet in the marked area. You and the designated player will each receive a card face up. If your card is higher than the designated player’s, you win even money. If your card is lower, you lose. (Ace is high.)

Going to War
If your card matches the designated player’s in rank, you can either surrender half your bet or go to war. When going to war, you and the designated player match your original bet, putting the money on the layout. You and the designated player will each get another card, and if you beat the designated player, you win all three bets. If you lose, you lose all three bets. If you go to war and tie the designated player, The game continues until there’s a winner. No additional wagers are necessary.

Tie Bet
One Card Poker also features a bonus bet on ties. To win the tie bet you must go to war with the designated player and win your primary wager.


Texas Hold’em (Limit, No Limit & Pot Limit)

Game Description
Hold’em is a Poker game in which each player receives two cards as his initial hand. Each player will use his two hole cards along with the five community cards to form the best five card poker hand. The board cards are dealt in three sequences known as the “flop” (first three cards), the “turn” (fourth card) and the “river” fifth card.

Betting Structure
In order to start the betting action, Hold’em uses what are called blind bets (blinds) to stimulate action and initiate play. Blinds are posted before the dealer deals the first cards. Blinds count as part of the player’s bet unless the structure of a specific game or situation requires part or all of a particular blind to be “dead”. Dead chips are not part of a player’s bet.

Blinds are posted by players who sit in consecutive clockwise order from the dealer button with the first player posting a predetermined amount called the “small blind”. The next person in order posts what is known as the “big blind”. Action is initiated on the first betting round by the player on the immediate left of the big blind. The blinds act last on the first betting round and are “live”, which means the player is allowed to raise his own blind bet.

In Hold’em there are four rounds of betting. The first round of betting takes place after each player has been dealt his initial two card hand. The second betting round takes place after the “flop” has been dealt. The third round of betting takes place after the “turn” card has been dealt, and the fourth and final round of betting will take place after the “river” card has been dealt.

After the final round of betting has been completed, a player may use any combination of five cards to determine his best hand.


Omaha (Limit, No Limit & Pot Limit)

Game Description
Omaha is a Poker game in which each player receives four cards as his initial hand. Each player MUST use a specific combination of five cards; any two out of his hand and any three from the board (community cards) to form the best five card poker hand. The board cards are dealt in three sequences known as the “flop”, the “turn” and the “river”; these are the same as in Hold’em.

Betting Structure
The betting structure for all Omaha games will follow the betting structure rules as described in the Hold’em section.

A player may NOT use all of the board cards (“playing the board”) because the only combination of five cards allowed is: two from the hand, three from the board.


Omaha high Low 8 or better (Limit, No Limit & Pot Limit)

Game Description
Omaha Hi-Lo is a Poker game in which each player receives four cards as his initial hand. Each player MUST use a specific combination of five cards; any two out of his hand and any three from the board (community cards) to form the best five card poker hand and also the best five card low hand. Omaha Hi-Lo will usually be played with a qualifier for the low hand, meaning in order for a low hand to qualify, it must contain five non paired cards all lower than a predetermined rank. If no player can make a low, the high hand wins the entire pot.

The board cards are dealt in three sequences known as the “flop”, the “turn” and the “river”.

Betting Structure
The betting structure for all Omaha games will follow the betting structure rules as described in the Hold’em section.

Players may use one combination of cards to make a high hand and the same or any other combination to make a low hand, as long as each hand uses exactly two hole cards.


5 card Omaha (BIG O) (Limit, No Limit & Pot Limit)

Game Description
The betting structure for all Omaha games will follow the same as Omaha except the players will receive 5 cards in their initial hand.

Betting Structure
The betting structure for all Omaha games will follow the betting structure rules as described in the Hold’em section.

Players may use one combination of cards to make a high hand and the same or any other combination to make a low hand, as long as each hand uses exactly two hole cards.


Seven Card Stud

Game Description
7 Card Stud is a poker game in which each player receives his own seven cards. Each player uses his own seven cards to form the best five card Poker hand. The cards are dealt to each player in five sequences known as “3rd Street”, “4th Street”, “5th Street”, “6th Street” and “7th Street, or the River”.

3rd Street is dealt as the first sequence and consists of two down cards (other players cannot see these cards) and one upcard that all players see. 4th through 6th streets are dealt face up and consist of one card only. The 7th Street card is dealt face down.

Betting Structure
In order to start the betting action, 7 Card Stud uses what are called antes and bring-ins. Antes are posted by every player before he receives his cards and do not count as part of any future bets. The bring-in bet is used to stimulate action and initiate play. In 7 Card Stud, the lowest card by suit will be forced to start the action by placing the bring-in bet with an Ace counting as a high card for this purpose. The bring-in bet counts as part of the player’s bet if it should be raised.

On subsequent rounds, the high hand initiates action. If there is a tie, the player to the left of the dealer is first to act. The player with the forced bet has the option of opening for a full bet.

In 7 Card Stud there are five total rounds of betting. The first round of betting takes place after each player has been dealt his initial three card hand (3rd Street). The second betting round takes place after 4th Street has been dealt. The third round of betting takes place after the 5th Street card has been dealt. The fourth round of betting will take place after 6th Street, and the fifth and final round of betting takes place after 7th Street, or the “river”.

After the final round of betting has been completed, a player may use any combination of five cards to determine his best hand.


Seven Card Stud high low Split

Game Description
7 Card Stud Hi-Lo split is a stud game which is played both high and low. A qualifier of 8-or-better for low applies to all high-low split games, unless a specific posting to the contrary is displayed.

Betting Structure
The betting structure for all 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo games will follow the betting structure rules as described in the 7 Card Stud section.


Several other games are available upon request including draw games and mix games such as H.O.R.S.E.