Players make an ante and odds wager of equal amounts and the optional Trips Plus and Pocket Bonus wagers prior to receiving any cards. Each player and the dealer will each receive two cards and five community cards will be spread face down. Once players have inspected their cards they can check (not bet the raise) or raise three times their ante wager in the raise spot. Once each player has made their decision, the dealer will turn over 3 community cards (the flop). Players who have not made a raise bet can now check or raise two times their ante wager. When all decisions are made, the dealer will turn over the next two community cards (turn and river). Players may now bet one time their ante wager in the raise spot or fold. A player who folds will forfeit their ante and odds wagers, if they made either of the bonus wagers they will remain in play.

Once all players have either made a raise wager or folded, the dealer will turn over his/her cards and announce the best 5 card poker hand. The dealer must qualify with a pair or better or the ante wager is a push. The dealer will then begin to compare each player’s hand against the dealer’s hand and take and pay accordingly.

ante

The player uses their two pocket cards and the five community cards to make the best five card poker hand and play against the dealer. The ante is a push if the dealer does not qualify with a pair or better. Winning ante wagers are paid 1 to 1.

odds

If the player’s five card poker hand is one of the hands listed on the odds pay table and the hand beats the dealer’s hand, the bet wins. If the hand loses to the dealer, it is a bad beat and will win the payout listed on the pay table. Other hands not listed are a push when the player’s hand beats the dealer’s hand.

WINBAD BEAT
Royal Flush500 to 1
Straight Flush50 to 1500 to 1
Quads10 to 125 to 1
Full House3 to 16 to 1
Flush3 to 25 to 1
Straight1 to 14 to 1
Other HandsPush

*Must bet the dealer. $50,000 Maximum Aggregate Payout per round

raise

Playing against the dealer, the player may check or bet after their pocket cards or the flop. After the river, the player must bet or fold. The raise amount depends on when the player makes the bet. Winning raise wagers are paid 1 to 1.

trips plus

The trips plus wager wins when the player’s hand has trips or better and is paid regardless of the outcome of the player’s hand against the dealer’s hand. Trips plus wagers are paid according to the following pay table:

Royal Flush100 to 1
Straight Flush40 to 1
Quads30 to 1
Full House8 to 1
Flush7 to 1
Straight4 to 1
Trips3 to 1

pocket bonus

The pocket bonus wager wins when the player’s two pocket cards qualify against the posted pay table. Winning combinations are a pair of aces; an ace with a King, Queen or Jack of he same suit; an Ace with a King, Queen or Jack of another suit or a pair of 2’s through Kings. The pocket bonus wins regardless of the outcome of the player’s hand against the dealer’s hand and is paid according to the following pay table:

Pair of Aces30 to 1
Suited Ace + Face20 to 1
Unsuited Ace + Face10 to 1
Pair of Kings or lower4 to 1

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