|Royal Flush||500 to 1|
|Straight Flush||50 to 1|
|Quads||10 to 1|
|Full House||3 to 1|
|Flush||3 to 2|
|Straight||1 to 1|
|Royal Flush||50 to 1|
|Straight Flush||40 to 1|
|Quads||30 to 1|
|Full House||8 to 1|
|Flush||7 to 1|
|Straight||4 to 1|
|Trips||3 to 1|
Ultimate Texas Hold'em
OBJECT OF THE GAME:
The highest-ranking hand wins the pot. The dealer button rotates clockwise after each hand.
The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards no joker.
The suits are all of equal value. This game is played high only.
Hold'em is played with a flat disc called a dealer button. The player with the button receives his card last.
The two players left of the dealer button post blind before any card is dealt.
The blinds are live and count as a part of the player’s bet.
All players are dealt two down cards(hole cards) as their initial starting hand.
There is a round of betting and then action starts with the player in front of the big blind.
All players have the right to throw their hand away, call the big blind or raise the pot. The action goes clockwise.
Three board cards(called the flop) are now turned face up at once in the center of the table, and another round of betting occurs.
The action now starts with the first active player in front of the button. The next two board cards are turned face up(the turn and the river) one at a time, with a round of betting after each card. The five board cards are shared by all active players.
The player may play 5 cards on the board or use one card from their hand and 4 from the board or use both cards in their hand and 3 cards from the board. (You must declare playing the board before throwing in your hand.)
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Begin by placing a bet on the hand within the betting limits.
Players do not have to "pay to play." The entire collection is taken from the Player/Dealer.
Players and the Player/Dealer receive two cards, dealt one at a time in order around the table. The Player’s cards are both dealt face up and the player/dealer has one card up and one card down.
After the cards are dealt out each seated player will have the opportunity to draw additional cards if needed.
The object of the game, if neither Player nor Player/Dealer have a Natural, is to get closer to 21 than the Player/Dealer without exceeding 21.
The Player’s hand will be compared with the Player/Dealer’s hand.
If the Player and Player/Dealer’s hands both total a Natural or less, the hand closer to 21 wins. If both total Natural or less, a tie or “push” results.
If the Player and the Player/Dealer’s hand both total above a Natural, the Player/Dealer wins, unless the Players has a three-card total of 23, 24, or 25, and the Player/Dealer’s total is above 25, in which case it is a tie.
If the Player receives an Ace with a 10, Jack, Queen, or King it is a "natural" and will be paid 6 to 5. (Exception: If the Player/Dealer also has a "natural" it is a "push").
If the Player/Dealer’s hand is a Natural, and no player has a Natural, the Player/Dealer wins. When the Player/Dealer has a Natural, the Players will not be allowed to draw.
The Player/Dealer will always draw additional cards until the hand reaches a hard 17 or higher.
If the Player draws a card that puts the value of their hand over 21 (referred to as a bust) the hand cannot win.
If the Player draws 1 card and makes a 23, 24, or 25 the hand will "push" if the Player/Dealer hand busts higher.
All cards 2-10 will be worth face value.
Aces have a value of 1 or 11.
Jacks, Queens, and Kings will have a value of 10.
Each player may act as the player/dealer for two hands per round
Multiple Players may bet on the same hand.
The seated Player will make the final decision on the hand.
A player's wager must be within the betting limits of the table.
Even money is not offered when a Player has a natural.
Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone. All floor decisions are final.
Double-Down, Split, Surrender and Insurance:
A Player may double down on any first two cards with the exception of a natural.
Players may double down after splitting.
Players may double down for less.
Players may split any pair or any two face cards.
Players may split their pairs up to three times which would result in four hands.
When their hand totals 12 or greater, players may surrender half of their original bet unless the hand has busted, been split, or doubled.
If the Player/Dealer is showing an Ace the Players may buy insurance for half of their original wager or less.
A winning insurance bet will be paid 2 to 1.
The Buster Bet (”BB”) is a bonus bet that allows the Players to place a wager on the Player/Dealer hand busting. It will be paid odds that are based on how many cards are in the Player/Dealer’s busted hand. The "BB" bet is placed before the cards are dealt. A Player may place a wager that is within the table limits on the "BB" circle without placing a bet on the hand. If the Player/Dealer’s hand does not bust, all "BB" bets will lose.
Buster Bet Payoffs:
|# of Cards||Odds Payoff|
|3 or 4||2 to 1|
|5||4 to 1|
|6||15 to 1|
|7||50 to 1|
|8||200 to 1|
When the 2 card totals for both the Player and the Banker are either 6 or 7, there is no draw.
When the Player stands on 6 or 7, Banker will ALWAYS draw on totals of 0-5.
Winning Tie bets pay 8 to1.
When Banker wins with a 3 card total of 7, Player loses and Banker pushes.
When Banker wins with a 3 card total of 7, Dragon-7 bet pays 40 to 1.
When Player wins with a 3 card total of 8, Panda-8 bet pays 25 to 1.
The bank rotates after two hands. All players shall have the opportunity to bank for two consecutive hands. No player shall ever be required to cover all the wagers in action.
HOW TO PLAY:
Begin by placing a wager and paying the appropriate collection
Winning Player wagers pay even money.
Winning Banker wagers pay even money. Note: When the Banker hand wins with a 3-card total of 7, Player bets lose and Banker bets push.
Winning Tie bets pay 8 to 1.
The Panda 8 Bonus wins when the Player hand wins with a 3-card total of 8. When the Panda 8 Bonus wins, it pays 25 to 1. There is no chance for the Panda 8 Bonus bet to push.
The Dragon 7 Bonus bet wins when the Banker hand wins with a 3-card total of 7. When the Dragon 7 Bonus bet wins, it pays 40 to 1. In this instance, the Banker bets push and the Player bets lose. There is no chance for the Dragon 7 Bonus bet to push.
The best hands in EZ Baccarat are known as Naturals. The very best hand is a two-card total of 9, known as Natural 9. A two-card total of 8 is the second best hand and is known as Natural 8.
If either the Player or Banker hand contains a Natural, there is no draw and the highest Natural wins. Hands then rank in the following order: 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0.
EZ Baccarat is played with eight (8) standard 52-card decks of cards. There are no jokers.
Two hands of cards are dealt. One hand is known as the "Player," the other hand is known as the "Banker." NOTE: Bettors may bet on either the Player hand or Banker hand. These are simply the names of the two hands of cards dealt.
Bettors try to predict which hand, either Player or Banker, will have a total value closer to 9 at the conclusion of the hand.
Each hand will initially contain two (2) cards. The game is played according to pre-determined draw rules. (See "Draw Rules" chart for additional information.)
Any complete hand in EZ Baccarat will contain either two (2) or three (3) cards, depending upon whether or not a draw is required.
Card values are as follows:
Ace = 1
All # cards 2 - 9 are worth face value
All 10's and Face cards are worth 0
To determine the value of a hand, simply add the two cards together. For instance, a hand containing an Ace and a 4 is valued at 5. If the two cards equal more than 10, then subtract 10 from the total to determine the value of the hand. For instance, a hand that contains an 8 and a 5 adds up to 13. Subtract 10 and you are left with the correct hand value, which is 3.
The dealer deals the cards and, if applicable, completes the hands according to the pre-determined draw rules. The hands are then compared.
If the Player hand total is closer to 9 than the Banker hand total, the Player wagers win and the Banker wagers lose.
If the Banker hand total is closer to 9 than the Player hand total, the Banker wagers win and the Player wagers lose. Exception: A winning Banker hand with a total of 7 and containing three (3) cards is a push for the Banker wagers and a loss for the Player wagers.
If the Player hand total and the Banker hand total are of equal value, the Player and Banker wagers push.
Fortune Pai Gow Poker
Begin by placing a bet on a betting circle that is within the table limits and paying the appropriate collection.
Seven hands consisting of seven cards each will be dealt.2. Seven hands consisting of seven cards each will be dealt.
The object of the game is to create two poker hands, a high and a low hand.
The high hand will consist of five cards and the low hand will consist of two cards.
The high hand must have a higher value by traditional poker rankings than the low hand.
All Player hands will be compared with the Player/Dealer hand.
If the Player wins both hands when compared with the Player/Dealer it will result in a winning wager.
If the Player loses both hands when compared to the Player/Dealer hand it will result in a losing wager.
If the Player has one winning hand and one losing hand when compared to the Player/Dealer hand the bet will be a push.
If there is a “copy” of either the high hand or low hand when comparing, the Player/Dealer wil win the hand. NOTE: A copy is a hand of identical rank.
The Joker is played as a wild card and can be used to represent any card in the deck.
A Player may play multiple hands.
If a Player chooses to play multiple hands they may only set the first hand that is viewed. Their other hands will be played "house way".
If multiple Players play a hand, the seated Player will have priority for setting the hand.
If a Player’s hand is set with the low hand having a higher value than the high hand it will be a fouled hand.
A fouled hand will result in loss of wager.
All bets will stand once the random number generator displays a number.
All Players have the option of not setting their hand and allowing the dealer to set their hand "house way".
It is each Player’s responsibility to protect his/her own hand and not show his/her cards to anyone.
If a Player fails to protect their own hand it may result in their hand being played "house way.”
Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone. All floor decisions are final.
Fortune Bonus Bets:
|Fortune Bonus Payouts||Pays||Envy|
|Seven Card Straight Flush w/out Joker||8000 to 1||$1000|
|Seven Card Straight Flush with Joker||1000 to 1||$100|
|Five Aces||400 to 1||$50|
|Five of a Kind||250 to 1||$25|
|Royal Flush||100 to 1||$10|
|Straight Flush||40 to 1||$5|
|Four of a Kind||25 to 1||$5|
|Full House||5 to 1|
|Flush||3 to 1|
|Straight||2 to 1|
*Any player wagering at least $5 on the Fortune Bonus will be eligible for the Envy payout. Only one Envy payout per seat position per bonus hand.
*Players do not have to set their bonus hand as their high hand in order to receive the bonus payout.
6 Card Bonus:
The 6 Card Bonus is an additional optional bonus bet for Three Card Poker. The rules are as follows:
A player shall only place a 6 Card Bonus wager if he/she has also placed an Ante wager prior to the initial deal.
6 Card Bonus wagers must be placed prior to the initial deal.
The 6 Card Bonus wager considers the three cards dealt to the player’s hand and the three cards dealt to the player-dealer’s hand. A player then uses any of those six cards, regardless of the number of cards used from their hand or the player-dealer’s hand, to make the best possible five card poker hand.
If the player’s hand qualifies for payouts, the player is paid by the player-dealer according to the posted pay table below.
If the player’s hand does not qualify for payouts, the
player-dealer collects the 6 Card Bonus wager.
The player-dealer will pay all winning 6 Card Bonus wagers and will collect all losing 6 Card Bonus wagers.
The 6 Card Bonus wager may win or lose regardless of the
outcome of the Ante wager. The 6 Card Bonus wager shall not be forfeited if the player folds their hand and does not place a Play wager.
Once the player-dealer’s wager has been exhausted, the wagers not covered by the player-dealer will be returned to the players.
Backline betting may not be permitted on the 6 Card Bonus wager.
Winning 6 Card Bonus wagers pay as follows:
|TCB - 6B3|
|Four of a Kind||100:1|
|Three of a Kind||8:1|
There is also a progressive jackpot for 3-card poker.
Three Card Poker
HOW TO PLAY:
Begin by placing an ante wager and paying the appropriate collection. Player must make an ante wager in order to play the game.
Once an ante wager has been placed, Player may choose to bet the optional Pair Plus wager.
Cards are then dealt to the players. Each hand of cards must contain exactly three (3) cards. There is NO chance to draw additional cards.
The Player/Dealer receives the last hand dealt. The casino dealer exposes one (1) card from the Player/Dealer hand. Players may now look at their cards. (Players are NOT allowed to touch their cards until the casino dealer has turned one card face-up from the Player/Dealer hand.)
Players now choose to either play or fold.
If the Player folds, he surrenders his cards and loses his Ante and Pair Plus wagers.
If the Player chooses to play the hand, he must place a "Play" wager that is equal in value to his Ante wager.
The casino dealer then exposes the Player/Dealer hand.
The Player/Dealer’s hand must "qualify" with a Queen-high or better hand for the "Play" wagers to receive "Action."
If the Player/Dealer’s hand does NOT qualify, all "Play" wagers are returned to the Players.
If the Player/Dealer hand does NOT qualify, all Players who remained in the hand by placing a "Play" wager will automatically win their Ante wagers. In this case, hand comparison does not matter. A Player's Ante wager will win simply because the Player/Dealer’s hand did not qualify.
When the Player/Dealer’s hand does qualify with a
Queen-high or better, the Player’s hand is compared with the Player/Dealer’s hand.
If the Player’s hand ranks higher than the qualified
Player/Dealer’s hand, the Player will win even money on both the Ante and Play wagers.
If the Player’s hand ranks lower than the qualified
Player/Dealer’s hand, the Player will lose both the Ante and Play wagers.
If the Player’s hand and the qualified Player/Dealer’s hand are identical in value, the Ante and Play wagers will push.
Additionally, any Player who remained in the hand by placing a "Play" wager, and also placed a "Pair Plus" wager, will be paid for the Pair Plus wager if the hand contains a Bonus hand (a Pair or better.)
For hand comparison, the following hand ranking chart shall apply. Hands from Highest to lowest:
A-K-Q of the same suit
3 sequential suited cards
K-Q-J is highest Straight Flush
3-2-A is the lowest Straight Flush
3 of a Kind
Also known as Trips
A,A,A is the highest Trips
2,2,2 is the lowest Trips
3 sequential cards
A-K-Q is the highest Straight
3-2-A is the lowest Straight
3 cards of the same suit
The highest card or cards determine the value of a Flush
Two cards of the same value
A- A is the highest Pair
2- 2 the lowest
A-K-5 is a higher hand than A-K-4
|Pair Plus Payouts|
|Pair||pays 1 to 1|
|Flush||pays 3 to 1|
|Straight||pays 6 to 1|
|3 of a Kind||pays 30 to 1|
|Straight Flush||pays 40 to 1|
|Royal Flush||pays 200 to 1|