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 Ultimate Texas Hold'em 

 
How to Play

 

Florida Hold’em is dealt from a 52 card deck with conventional values. Two cards are dealt face down starting to the left of the dealer button and proceeding clockwise. Each player, including the designated player, are dealt two cards. Five community cards are dealt, and each player and the designated player will make their best five card hand out of the seven cards.

 

1. All action will proceed clockwise from the first active position left of the designated player. The players must post a minimum wager (Ante Bet) and the players must post a minimum wager equal to the Ante Bet (Blind Bet).

 

2. The player may post an additional bonus odds wager (Trips Bet).

 

3. Each player, including the designated player, are two cards.

 

4. The players may inspect their hand and then choose from the following options:

       a. Check the hand; or

       b. Bet 3x the Ante Bet (Play Bet); or

       c. Bet 4x the Ante bet (Play Bet).

 

5. Three community cards are then dealt in the middle of the table (Flop).

 

6. The players may inspect their two-card hand with the three Flop cards and then choose from the following options:

       a. Check the hand; or

       b. Bet 2x the Ante bet (Play Bet).

 

7. The last two community cards are then dealt in the middle of the table (Turn/River).

 

8. The players may inspect their two-card hand, the three Flop cards and two Turn/River cards then choose from the following options:

       a. Fold. A player that folds their hand will lose the Ante Bet, the Blind Bet and the optional Trips Bet.

       b. Bet 1x the Ante bet (Play Bet).

 

The designated player must qualify to play with a minimum hand of a pair or better. In the event the designated player does not hold a qualifying hand, the Ante Bet will receive no action and be pushed back to the Player. The Blind, Play and Trips wagers will be resolved as follows:

 

The Blind wager shall receive action and shall win and be paid by the dealer from the Designated Player in accordance with the established and disclosed rates disclosed at the table via signage or felt, if player’s hand is higher than that of the Designated Player and the player has a hand of a straight or better. It shall lose and be collected by the dealer and paid to the Designated Player if the Designated Player’s hand is higher than that of the player. If the player’s hand is higher than that of the Designated Player but the player’s hand is not a straight or higher, the Blind wager shall push. It shall also push if the Designated Player and the player have equal ranking hands.

 

The designated player must qualify to play with a minimum hand of a pair or better. In the event the designated player does not hold a qualifying hand, the Ante Bet will receive no action and be pushed back to the Player. The Blind, Play and Trips wagers will be resolved as follows:

 

The Blind wager shall receive action and shall win and be paid by the dealer from the Designated Player in accordance with the established and disclosed rates disclosed at the table via signage or felt, if player’s hand is higher than that of the Designated Player and the player has a hand of a straight or better. It shall lose and be collected by the dealer and paid to the Designated Player if the Designated Player’s hand is higher than that of the player. If the player’s hand is higher than that of the Designated Player but the player’s hand is not a straight or higher, the Blind wager shall push. It shall also push if the Designated Player and the player have equal ranking hands.

 

The Play wager shall receive action and shall win and be paid 1 to 1 by the dealer from the Designated Player if the player’s hand ranks higher than the Designated Player’s hand. It shall lose and be collected by the dealer and paid to the Designated Player if the Designated Player’s hand ranks higher than the player’s hand. It shall push if the hands are of equal rank.

 

The Trips wager shall receive action and shall win and be paid by the dealer from the Designated Player in accordance with the established and disclosed rates disclosed at the table via signage or felt, if the player’s hand ranks higher than the Designated Player’s hand. It shall lose and be collected by the dealer and paid to the Designated Player if the Designated Player’s hand ranks higher than the player’s hand. It shall push if the hands are of equal rank.

 

9. Each hand is then compared to the designated player’s hand (which rotates on a hand-by-hand basis unless there are no eligible designated players, or the eligible designated players waive their turn), beginning with the button, to determine the winner. The winning hand is the higher hand based on the standard five card poker hand rankings.

 

10. The minimum and maximum betting limits will be posted on each table.

 

11. The designated player will pay the Ante Bet and Play Bet even money if the player’s hand outranks the designated player’s hand. All ties will result in a push for the Ante, Blind and Play Bets.

 

12. After a Play Bet is made and the player’s hand wins over the designated player’s hand, the player is now eligible to be paid on the Trips Bet wager. If the player’s hand is one of the ranked hands on the Trips Bet Payout Table, the player will be paid the corresponding payout. The player is also eligible for a Trips Bet Payout if a Play Bet is made and the designated player does not qualify, and the player’s hand ranks higher than the designated player’s hand. A chart listing all payout amounts will be posted at the table, similar to the following example.

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. In addition, the Blind Bet wager will be paid according to the posted payout amounts at the table. However, if the player has a higher hand then the designated player and has less than a straight, the Blind Bet wager shall push.

 

14. A player’s hand – the group of cards dealt to a player within a particular game, will be considered dead, and the player’s wager will be returned and not considered for purposes of the house rake, if at any time the designated player does not have sufficient funds to cover a player’s wager. The players’ hands are only compared to the designated player’s hand, and not to any other hand.

Charge to each player for participating in the game:

 The House will impose the house rake upon the Designated Player only and not upon any other player; provided that the method and amounts for the House Rake are clearly disclosed at the table.

Royal Flush

Straight Flush

Quads

Full House

Flush

Straight

All Other

200 to 1

50   to 1

10    to 1

3      to 1

2      to 1

1       to 1

Push

Royal Flush

Straight Flush

Quads

Full House

Flush

Straight

Trips

50   to 1

40   to 1

30   to 1

10   to 1

8     to 1

6     to 1

3     to 1

Blind Bet

Trips Bet

Pay Out

 

 3 Card Poker 

How to Play
Three Card Poker is dealt from a 52-card deck with conventional values. Three cards will be dealt face down starting to the left of the dealer button and proceeding clockwise. Each player, including the designated player will be dealt three cards.

 

1. All action proceeds clockwise from the first active position left of the designated player. The players may post a minimum wager (Base Bet).

2. The player may post an additional wager (Pair Plus).

3. Each player, including the designated player, will be dealt three cards.

4. The players may inspect their hand and then choose from the following options:

      a. Fold the hand. A player that folds will forfeit the Pair Plus wager and the Base Bet wager.

      b. Make a Call bet equal to the Base Bet wager.

5. The designated player must qualify to play with a minimum of a Queen-high hand. In the event the designated player does not hold a qualifying hand, the call bet will receive no action and the base bet will be paid even money.

6. Each hand is compared to the designated player’s hand (which rotates on a hand-by-hand basis unless there are no eligible designated players, or the eligible designated players waive their turn), beginning with the button, to determine the winner. The winning hand is either the last hand remaining (i.e. the player folds or the designated player does not qualify, and the player is paid pursuant to paragraph 5) or the higher hand based on the following poker hand rankings (lowest to highest): high card, pair, flush, straight, three of a kind, and straight flush.

7. The minimum and maximum betting limits will be posted on each table.

8. The designated player will pay the Base bet and Call bets even money if the players hand outranks the designated player’s hand.

9. After a call bet is made and the player’s hand wins over the designated player’s hand, the player is now eligible to be paid on the Pair Plus wager. If the player’s hand is one of the ranked hands on the Pair Plus Payout Table, the player will be paid the corresponding payout. The player is also eligible for a Pair Plus payout if a Call bet is made and the designated player does not qualify. A chart listing all payout amounts will be posted at the table, similar, to the following example:

The House may amend the payout amounts from time to time and such amounts will be posted at the table.

 

10. A player’s hand –the group of cards dealt to a player within a particular game, will be considered dead, and the player’s wager will be returned and not considered for purposes of the house rake, if at any time the designated player does not have sufficient funds to cover a player’s wager. The players’ hands are only compared to the designated player’s hand, and not to any other hand.

 

Charge to each player for participating in the game:

 The House will impose the house rake upon the Designated Player only and not upon any other player; provided that the method and amounts for the House Rake are clearly disclosed at the table.

 

 

Mini Royal

Straight Flush

Three of a Kind

Straight

Flush

Pair

200 to 1

50   to 1

30   to 1

6      to 1

4      to 1

1       to 1

Pairs Plus

 

 Fortune Pai Gow 

 
How to Play
Fortune Pai Gow Poker is played with a standard 52 card deck, including a Joker, for a total of 53 cards.  The rank of each card used in Fortune Pai Gow Poker, in order of highest to lowest rank, shall be: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Ace also may play as the lowest card in the straight Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5. The Joker may be used as any type of card to complete a straight, flush, straight flush, or must otherwise only be used as an Ace.

 

The hand rankings for the game of Fortune Pai Gow Poker, in order of highest to lowest are as follows:

7 Card Straight Flush (no Joker)A hand that consists of seven cards of the same suit in consecutive ranking that does not utilize a joker. An ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, and 8 is the highest ranked 7 card Straight Flush (No Joker) hand and a 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and ace is the lowest ranked 7 Card Straight Flush (No Joker) hand.

Royal Flush + Royal Match - A hand that consists of ace, king, queen, jack, and 10 suited and king and queen suited

7 Card Straight Flush (With Joker) - A hand that consists of seven cards of the same suit in consecutive ranking that utilizes a joker. An ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, and 8 is the highest ranked 7 Card Straight Flush (With Joker) hand, with one of those cards being substituted with a joker, and a 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and ace is the lowest ranked 7 Card Straight Flush (With Joker) hand, with one of those cards being substituted for a joker.

Five Aces - A hand that consists of five cards containing all aces

Royal Flush - A hand that consists of an ace, king, queen, jack and 10 of the same suit

Straight Flush - A hand that consists of five cards of the same suit in consecutive ranking. A king, queen, jack, 10, and 9 is the highest ranked Straight Flush and a 5, 4, 3, 2, and ace is the lowest ranked Straight Flush.

 

Four of a Kind - A hand that consists of four cards of the same rank. Four aces is the highest ranked Four of a Kind and four 2’s is the lowest ranked Four of a Kind

Full House - A hand that consists of a Three of a Kind and a Pair. Three aces and two kings are the highest ranked Full House and three 2’s and two 3’s is the lowest ranked Full House

Flush - A hand that consists of five cards of the same suit, but that are not in consecutive ranking. An ace, king, queen, jack and 9 is the highest ranked Flush and a 7, 5, 4, 3, 2 is the lowest ranked Flush

Straight - A hand that consists of five cards that are in consecutive ranking, but that are not the same suit. An ace, king, queen, jack and 10 is the highest ranked Straight and a 5, 4, 3, 2 and ace is the lowest ranked Straight

Three of a Kind - A hand that consists of three cards of the same rank. Three aces are the highest ranked Three of a Kind and three 2’s is the lowest ranked Three of a Kind

Two Pairs - A hand that consists of two pairs. Two aces and Two kings are the highest ranked Two Pairs and two 3’s and two 2’s is the lowest ranked Two Pairs

One Pair - A hand that consists of two cards of the same rank. Two aces is the highest ranked Pair and two 2’s is the lowest ranked Pair

High Card - A hand that consists of five cards that do not make any of the hands listed above. An ace, king, queen, jack, and 9 is the highest ranked High Card hand and 7, 5, 4, 3, and 2 is the lowest ranked High Card hand.

Wagers shall be settled in a clockwise manner around the table, starting with the player with that “Action” button. Furthermore, all wagers shall be settled from seat to seat in the following order:  Fortune Pai Gow game wager, then the Fortune Bonus Bet wager, if applicable.

 

Betting - Players may place wagers bearing in mind the posted table minimum and maximum. Players must make a Fortune Pai Gow Poker game wager and will then have the option to make a Fortune Bonus Bet wager as well.

 

Round of Play - Each player puts up any bets they wish to place for the next hand. Players have the option of placing a Fortune Bonus Bet wager at this time as well.  Once the cards have been distributed, each player shall set their hands by arranging the seven cards into a two-card hand and a five-card hand. The two-card hand is placed above the five-card hand, and the five-card hand must rank higher than the two-card hand, according to the ranking of hands.

 

When all the players’ hands have been set, the dealer exposes the Designated Player’s hand and sets it according to the “House Way” as described below:

No Pair - The second and third high cards will be placed in the Low Hand; the highest and all remaining cards will be placed in the High Hand.

One Pair - Use the highest two single cards in the Low Hand; place the pair and all remaining cards in the High Hand.

Two Pair - If high pair is Aces, Kings, Queens – always split.  If high pair is Jacks, 10’s, 9’s, - split unless Ace is front. If high pair is 8’s, 7’s, 6’s – split unless King is front.  If high pair is 5’s, 4’s, 3’s – split unless Queen in front.

Three Pair - Put highest pair in front.

Three of a kind - If Aces – always split.  If Kings and below – never split.  If two sets of three of a kind – split highest set.

Straight, Flush, Straight Flush - With no pair – always play the complete hand. With one pair – always play the complete hand.  With two pair – play according to two pairs strategy.  With three of a kind – play complete hand in back, pair in front. If straight, flush, and/or straight flush – put the two highest cards in front that will leave any complete hand behind.

Full House - Put the highest permissible pair in front.

Four of a kind - If Aces, Kings, Queens – always split.  If Jacks, 10’s, 9’s – split unless King in front. If 8’s, 7’s, 6’s – split unless Queen in front. If 5’s and below – never split.  If 4 of a kind with a pair – play complete hand behind.

Five Aces - Put pair of Aces in Front.

 

Once the Designated Player’s hands are set according to the “House Way”, each player’s hand is exposed, in turn, and compared to the Designated Player’s hands to determine the winners, losers, or tie hands.

 

Each Player’s five card hand will be compared to the Designated player’s five card hand, and each player’s two card hand will be compared to the Designated Player’s two card hand, in turn, starting with the “Action” button, to determine the winner according to the following criteria:

 

      a. The Fortune Pai Gow Poker game wager wins if the two-card hand and the five-card hand held by the player ranks higher than the Designated Player’s two card hand and five card hand. Winning Fortune Pai Gow Poker game wagers are paid 1 to 1.

 

      b. The Fortune Pai Gow Poker game wager loses if the two-card hand and the five-card hand held by the player ranks lower than the Designated Player’s two card hand and five card hand.

 

      c. The Fortune Pai Gow Poker game wager “pushes” if one of the hands held by the player ranks higher than the Designated Player’s corresponding hand and the player’s other hand ranks lower than the Designated Player’s corresponding hand.  In this case, neither the player nor the Designated Player wins or loses, the wager is a “push” and is returned to the player.

 

      d. If one hand is identical in rank to the Designated Player’s hand, it is a “copy hand”.  The Designated Player wins all “copy hands”


 

Once the standard Pai Gow Poker wagers are settled (win, lose, tie/push), the dealer will determine if the player’s hand qualifies for the Fortune Bonus Bet.

 

The Fortune Bonus bet considers the best hand possible among the player’s seven cards and does not take into consideration how the five-card hand and two card hands were divided.

 

The dealer then collects all losing Fortune Bonus Bet wagers and pays all winning wagers and distributes them to the Designated Player as described herein. The cards are collected, shuffled, and a new round begins.

 

The Designated Player position rotation is offered in a clockwise motion every hand among all eligible Designated Players.

 

Fortune Bonus - The Fortune Bonus Bet takes into consideration the seven cards dealt as a player’s hand and not the high/low hands arranged by the player. The Designated Player pays these bets: In the event that the seven cards dealt to a player that placed a Fortune Bonus Bet wager is a qualifying hand, as shown below, the Fortune Bonus Bet Wager Shall win. The player shall then receive a monetary payout based on the bonus hand that the player was dealt, and the amount wagered by the player. Any other combination of seven cards dealt, other than the hands shown below, shall lose.

 

The Joker can be used as an ace, or to complete a straight, flush, or straight flush on the Fortune Bonus Bet.

 

The Designated Player may pay qualifying Fortune Bonus Bet wagers from his or her own chip stack only if the Designated Player’s seven card Fortune Pai Gow Bonus hand loses to the player’s seven card Fortune Pai Gow Bonus hand. Wagers are collected or paid, to the extent that the Designated Player’s wager covers. Once the Designated Player’s wager has been exhausted, or the table maximum payout has been reached, the wagers not covered by the Designated Player shall be returned to the respective players.

 

Fortune Bonus Bet Pay Table -

Charge to each player for participating in the game:

 The House will impose the house rake upon the Designated Player only and not upon any other player; provided that the method and amounts for the House Rake are clearly disclosed at the table.

 

 

 

7 Card Straight Flush

Royal Flush + Royal Match

7 Card Straight Flush w/Joker

5 Aces

Royal Flush

Straight Flush

4 of a Kind

Full House

Flush

3 of a Kind

Straight

5000  to 1

2000  to 1

1000   to 1

400     to 1

150       to 1

50        to 1

25         to 1

5           to 1

4           to 1

3           to 1

2           to 1

 High Card Flush 

How To Play

 

Shuffle

  1. Using a Shuffle Master:  the dealer will begin by pushing the green button and placing the first pile of seven cards on the seat clockwise form the dealer button and moving clockwise to distribute the seven card piles to all seats with an ante wager.  The dealer will then press the green button on the machine indicating the hand is dealt completely, releasing the shuffler to disperse the remaining cards.  The remaining cards will be placed in the discard rack.  The cards will be riffled once, prior to being placed in the shuffler between hands.

 

  1. Hand Dealing:  use standard shuffle procedures (shuffle, shuffle, strip, shuffle), place cut card in front of the deck and cut the deck onto the cut card (house shuffle).  Once all players have received seven cards, the stub will be replaced in the discard rack.

 

When opening a new game or changing a set-up the dealer will follow the same procedure as a poker table but will run cards through shuffler twice before dealing.

 

Any requests for a “wash” must be granted by a supervisor.

 

 

Bets

 

  1. All players must have an Ante wager prior to receiving seven cards. 

  2. The Flush wager and Straight Flush wager are optional wagers.

  3.  If the player wishes to continue the hand, they will place a Raise wager in the following manner:

  1. For a six or seven-card flush they may place a wager up to 3x their Ante Wager

  2. For a five-card flush they may place a wager up to 2x their Ante wager

  3. For a four-card flush or lower they may place a wager of 1x (equal to) their Ante wager

  1. The player will place their seven-card hand on the raise square and use the wager to cap their cards.

 

Players are allowed to play multiple hands.  They will play the first hand dealt to them and the subsequent hands will be in the blind.  Blind hands will be played with and Ante and a 1x wager (along with any optional “flush” and /or “straight flush” wagers) placed before the dealer waives off and announces, “no more bets”.  The house reserves the right to limit player to one hand.

 

Accepting tips will follow state regulations on accepting tips.  If a player asks, “do you want to bet the tip”, do not say yes, state “it is allowed” or “we can”.  If a player makes a bet for the dealer, it must be off of their bet and is still considered part of the player’s wager.

 

Largest denomination is on the bottom of any multi denomination bet.

Taking and Paying

 

Once all hands are completed and played, the DP will give their cards to the dealer.  The dealer will turn over the DP’s seven cards and place them in order according to rank from left to right below the logo on the table.

 

The order of reading hands along with taking and paying wagers is done counterclockwise form the dealer button.

 

  1. The DP must have a 9 high 3 card flush to qualify for the raise wager placed by a player.  If the DP’s hand does not meet the minimum criteria, 9 high three card flush or better, all the wagers will be immediately returned to the players.  The dealer will then turn over the player’s hands starting counterclockwise form the dealer button.  The dealer will pay even money to all remaining Ante wagers.

 

  1. If the DP’s hand qualifies, they will pay even money to the player’s Ante wager and Raise wager, if the player’s hand is higher than the DP’s hand.

 

  1. Player’s will get paid on the Flush wager according to the posted payout structure only if their hand has a 4-card flush or better and is higher in rank than the DP’s hand.  If the DP’s hand is higher in rank than the player’s qualifying hand, the player loses their Flush wager.  If both the player and the DP have the same flush (number of cards and all the same rank) a push occurs, the dealer will tap the table palm up next to the wager.  For example: if the DP qualifies with a 4-card flush consisting of a K 7 6 4, the player pushes their Flush wager and pushes their Ante & Raise wagers.

 

  1. The Straight Flush wager is paid when the player has a three-card straight flush or better that beats the DP’s hand.  For any qualifying straight flush of 3 cards or more, the player will be paid out according to the posted pay table.

 

Rank of Hands

7 Card Flush  A hand that consists of seven cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

6 Card Flush  A hand that consists of six cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

5 Card Flush  A hand that consists of five cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

4 Card Flush  A hand that consists of four cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

 

3 Card Flush  A hand that consists of three cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

2 Card Flush  A hand that consists of two cards of the same suit. The highest of the cards of that suit is how the hand is ranked.

**When ranking hands, a straight flush has no bearing.  For example: a king 9 7 2 of the same suit would rank higher than 6 5 4 3 of the same suit.

Optional Wager Payouts

 Straight Flush Wager

Hand                                         Payout

7 Card Straight Flush                1,000 to 1

6 Card Straight Flush                    500 to 1

5 Card Straight Flush                     100 to 1

4 Card Straight Flush                       60 to 1

3 Card Straight Flush                          8 to 1

           Must beat the Designated Player’s hand.  Only the highest qualifying hand is paid out.

 

 

Flush Wager

Hand                                             Payout

7 Card Flush                                    200 to 1

6 Card Flush                                       50 to 1

5 Card Flush                                        10 to 1

4 Card Flush                                          2 to 1

3 Card Flush                                           Loss

Must beat the Designated Player’s hand.  Only the highest qualifying hand is paid out.

 

 

House Rake –Rake is collected before cards are dealt. It is paid by the Designated Player, at a rate determined by the cardroom and posted at the table.

 

 DJ Wild 

How To Play

 

1. DJ Wild Stud Poker is a five-card poker game that utilizes a Designated Player. As in other games featuring a Designated Player, the players play against another player who will collect all losings and pay all winnings to the extent that their wager covers. Players will compare their hand to the Designated Players hand and must beat the Designated Player hand to win. DJ Wild Card Poker will utilize a Joker as a wild card.

 

2. Deuces and the single joker are all considered fully wild. Hence, they can complete straights, flushes, quads, full houses, etc.

 

3. Each player and the DESIGNATED PLAYER is dealt five cards in a clockwise fashion. From these cards each player will make their best five-card poker hand. The layout for DJ Wild Stud Poker table shall have wagering areas for seven players. All wagers in DJ Wild Card Poker shall be made by placing gaming chips on the appropriate betting areas of the table layout keeping in mind the table minimum and maximum wagering limits.

 

4. Hand rankings are mostly conventional and listed as followed in ascending order:

 

High-card

Pair

Two Pair

Trips

Straight

Flush

Full House

Quads

Straight Flush

Five of a Kind (Quints)

Royal Flush

Five Wilds

 

5. After all players have played or folder their hands, the DESIGNATED PLAYER will reveal their cards. Then, the dealer will individually compare it to each player’s hand going in a counter-clockwise direction to determine the outcome. Players must beat the Designated Player’s Hand.

 

6. If the player wins against the DESIGNATED PLAYER hand, then their BET and CALL bets are paid

one-to-one. If the player wins and also has a qualifying hand for the BLIND bet, then it will be paid out accordingly. Otherwise, if the player wins but does not have a qualifying hand for the BLIND wager, then the BLIND wager pushes. If the player wins and has a sufficient hand for the optional BONUS side bet, then it will be paid out accordingly.

 

Otherwise, the BONUS wager will be forfeited despite the player winning the hand. If the player is holding a hand of the same rank as the DESIGNATED PLAYER then the BET, CALL, and BLIND bets will all push. If the player and the DESIGNATED PLAYER are also holding the same qualifying hand for the BONUS wager, then the BONUS wager pushes as well. If the player’s hand loses against the DESIGNATED PLAYER’s hand, then all of their bets are forfeited.

Betting Structure

 

1. To receive cards each player must place a minimum of $5 up to a maximum of $1000 on both the BET and BLIND.

 

2. An optional BONUS bet can be placed initially along with mandatory BET and BLIND wager.

 

This bet can be a minimum of $5 up to a maximum of $1000 ( Note this bet is only paid out if the player’s hand wins against the DESIGNATED PLAYER’s hand )

 

3. After receiving their cards, the player will make the decision to either fold or continue playing the hand. If the player decides to play their cards, then they must place a new bet on the CALL spot that is 2х their initial BET wager.

 

4. If a player wishes to play “blind”, then they must preemptively place a wager on the BET, BLIND, and CALL spots in accordance with the standard betting rules.

 

5. If a player wishes to play multiple spots, then they are only allowed to look at one hand and must play all others “blind”.

Pay Tables:

 

BONUS (WILD) PLAYER HAND PAYOUT:

 

Five Wilds …………………………..…2000 to 1

Royal Flush ……………………………...100 to 1

Five of a Kind (Quints) ………………... 100 to 1

Straight Flush ………………………….…30 to 1

Quads ……………………………...........…6 to 1

Full House …………………………...….…5 to 1

Flush ……………………………...……….. 4 to 1

Straight ……………………………….....…3 to 1

Trips ……………………………………...…1 to 1

 

BONUS (NATURAL) PLAYER HAND PAYOUT:

 

Royal Flush ………… 1000 to 1

Straight Flush ………200 to 1

Quads …………………90 to 1

Full House ……………40 to 1

Flush …………………..30 to 1

Straight ………………..20 to 1

Trips …………………….6 to 1

 

BLIND PLAYER HAND PAYOUT:

Five Wilds ………………1000 to 1

Royal Flush ……………. 50 to 1

Five of a Kind (Quints) .....10 to 1

Straight Flush …………….9 to 1

Quads ………………………4 to 1

Full House …………………3 to 1

Flush ………………………..2 to 1

Straight …………………….1 to 1

Trips or less ………………..Push

All wagers are paid to the extent the Designated Player’s money is in action. For example, all bets are paid to the extent of the Designated Player’s available funds. If at any time the Designated Player does not have sufficient funds to cover a player’s wager: a player’s hand will be considered dead, the player’s wager will be returned and not considered for purposes of the House Rake.

Note: A House Rake (charge to each player for participating in the game) may be imposed in the following fashion:

 

  1. Upon all players uniformly,

  2. Upon all players uniformly and not upon the Designated Player, or

  3.  Upon the Designated Player only and not upon any other player; provided that the method and amount for the Hou

Rake is clearly disclosed at the table.

Located Halfway between Ocala & Gainesville

3 Miles East of I-75 @ Exit 368 CR 318

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