Pai Gow Poker
In Pai Gow Poker, a player's dealt 7 cards from which he or she will make two different poker hands with them, a two-card front hand and a five-card back hand. The front hand may not rank higher than the back hand. In order for a player to win, both hands must rank higher than that of the corresponding hands set by the opponent(s).
Pai Gow Poker is played with 52 card deck plus one Joker card. The Joker may be used as an Ace, or as any card to make a straight or flush. The highest hand a player can get is a Five Aces (four Aces and a Joker).
Pai Gow Tiles
32 Chinese dominoes is used to play Pai Gow Tiles with players taking turns as the dealer. The house has no stake in the game. Players have the option of either being the player or the dealer or passing it to the next player.
The game starts with the rolling of three dices. The player with the highest total starts first going counter-clockwise. Each player receive four dominoes and plays two hands at the same time with one hand being the high hand and the other being the low hand. If both hands are high, the player wins. If one hand is high and the other hand is low, then it is a push. If both hands are low, then the player loses.
Three Card Poker
Three Card Poker is becoming one of the most popular new table games. Player are discovering that Three Card Poker is not only easy to play but it is a lot of fun.
Three Card Poker – 6 Card Bonus is played using a single deck, automatic card shuffling device with two alternating decks and no jokers. Within each betting area for each seated player, there’s four separate wagers; the Ante wager, the Play wager, the Pair Plus wager, and the 6 Card Bonus wager.
A standard deck of cards with no joker is used in the play of the game. The Deck will contain a total of 52 cards. The game can be played with a minimum of one (1) and a maximum of eight (8) decks. All Aces of spade will have an “X” stamped on the card.
Rules for the Player Dealer:
Player Dealer hits on soft seventeen and below.
Player Dealer stands on hard seventeen and above.
Rules for the Player:
The Player has an option on hands that total between 2 and 21.
The Player must stand on a natural or a hand with the value between 22 and 30.
A hard 31 would be a hand that the player hits a hard 21 and receives a 10.
“Blackjack X” is when the first initial two-card that dealt is Ace King suited which is equal to all other Blackjack hands. The only difference is that Ace King suited will get paid 2 to 1.
If Player Dealer face card is an Ace all the player will have an option to insurance their bet up to 50% of the original wager.
Insurance is paid 2 to 1.
When Player Dealer is showing an Ace card, player may surrender before the Dealer checks the Player Dealer hole card.
Player may only surrender prior taking a hit
Player may surrender after the split
When surrendering, player is forfeiting half of their wager.
A player may split any two cards of equal value.
A player may split up to three times for total of four hands
A player may surrender after they split.
Split Aces receive one hit card
Player will not have the option of surrender after splitting Aces.
Player may double down on any two cards , except on a natural blackjack
Player may double for less, but cannot exceed the original wager
Player may double down after the split
Our current Super Bad Beat Jackpot is at $100,000
The goal of Hold’ em Poker is to win the betting pool or pot with the highest ranking five-card poker hand attainable out of the seven (two personal and five community cards) available.
"NO COMMISSION" BACCARAT
EZ BACCARAT is played the same way as traditional baccarat. The draw rules have NOT been changed.
There is no longer a 5% commission on a winning Banker wagers. Instead, a winning Banker hand having a three card total of seven (The Dragon 7TM) is a push.
A Banker win with a 3 card total of 7 is called a Dragon 7; and optional bets made on this winning outcome are paid 40 to 1. The Banker side is a "Push". All other bets lose.
A Player win with 3 card total 8 is called a Panda 8; and optional bets made on this winning outcome are paid 25 to 1. The Player side is paid even money. All other bets lose.
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