How To Play
The game is very simple to play, all you need to do is put together the best five-card poker hand possible. To start a round you need to place your Ante bet and the optional AA side bet. You will then be dealt your first two cards, the first three community cards are dealt and the dealer receives two face down cards.
At this point if your first two cards make up a hand then the hand will be displayed to you. You then need to decide whether to ‘Call’ or ‘Fold’. If you ‘Fold’ you will lose your bet and the round ends. If you choose ‘Call’ then a bet equal to double your Ante bet is placed and the final two community cards are dealt. You will then be shown the best possible hand using your two cards and the five community cards and will win payouts based upon the strength of your hand.
In order for the dealer to qualify then need to have at least a pair of 4s. If not then your Call bet is returned and the Ante bet pays according to the strength of your hand. If the dealer qualifies and your hand is stronger than the dealer’s is then your Call bet pays 1:1 and the Ante bet pays according to the strength of the hand.
If you and the dealer have the same strength hands then the hand with the highest value cards win, for example, three Kings will beat three Queens. If they are the same in every way then the bets are returned as a push.
From the Ante bet a Straight or Lower pays 1:1, a Flush pays 2:1, a Full House pays 3:1, a 4 of a Kind pays 10:1, a Straight Flush pays 20:1, and a Royal Flush pays 100:1.
If you have placed the AA side bet then you will win if your first two cards and the community cards contain a pair of Aces or better. However, to claim the AA side bet winnings you need to Call.
The AA side bet pays 7:1 for a Straight or Lower, 20:1 for a Flush, 30:1 for a Full House, 40:1 for 4 of a Kind, 50:1 for a Straight Flush, and 100:1 for a Royal Flush.