fortune pai gow poker - Rivers Casino

fortune pai gow poker - Rivers Casino

(the way the Dealer is required to set their hand). After all Player hands are set, the Dealer then exposes their cards and sets two hands per the Hou...

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(the way the Dealer is required to set their hand). After all Player hands are set, the Dealer then exposes their cards and sets two hands per the House Way. Each hand is then compared to the Dealer hand to determine if it wins or loses, as well as if it qualifies for a Bonus, if that wager has been made. • If both the 5 card and 2 card hand rank higher than the Dealer’s the Player wins even money, less a 5% commission that is collected when the winning wager is paid. • If either of the Player hands ranks higher than the Dealer’s corresponding hand, but not both, the entire hand is a tie and the Player’s wager is not collected or paid. • If one hand ranks exactly the same as the Dealer hand, it is a copy hand and is won by the Dealer or the Banker.

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TA B L E G A M E G U I D E

FORTUNE PAI GOW POKER

FORTUNE PAI GOW POKER Pai Gow Poker is a seven card poker game consisting of a five card hand and a two card hand. A Joker is used in this game and is wild, meaning it can either complete a straight, a flush, a straight flush or a royal flush or may act as an Ace. Each player will receive seven cards and from them will set a five card hand and a two card hand according to poker rankings. The five card hand must be equal to or higher than the two card hand. Each player will make a Pai Gow Poker wager in increments of $5 before the cards are dealt. Then each position on the game is dealt seven cards, including positions without a wager.

FORTUNE BONUS WAGER

HAND RANKINGS

HAND

5 Aces A hand consisting of four Aces and a Joker Royal Flush A hand consisting of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 of the same suit Straight Flush A hand consisting of five of the same suit in consecutive ranking. Ace, 2,3,4,5 is the highest straight flush and King, Queen, Jack, 10 and 9 is the second highest straight flush Four-of-a-Kind A hand consisting of four cards of the same rank regardless of suit. Four Aces is the highest ranking hand and four 2’s is the lowest ranking hand Full House A hand consisting of a three-of-a-kind and a pair. Three Aces and two Kings is the highest ranking and three 2’s and two 3’s is the lowest ranking hand. Flush A hand consisting of five cards of the same suit, regardless of rank Straight A hand consisting of five cards of consecutive rank, regardless of suit. An Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10 is the highest ranking hand, an Ace, 2,3,4,5 is the second highest ranking hand and a 6,5,4,3,2 is the lowest ranking hand Three-of-a-Kind A hand consisting of three cards of the same rank regardless of the suit. Three Aces is the highest ranking hand and three 2’s is the lowest ranking hand Two Pair A hand consisting of two pairs of the same ranking, regardless of suit. Two Aces and two Kings is the highest ranking hand and two 3’s and two 2’s is the lowest ranking hand Pair Either hand consisting of two cards of the same ranking, regardless of suit. Two Aces is the highest ranking hand and two 2’s is the lowest ranking hand High Card

Fortune Bonus is an optional wager that is based on the best hand possible among the Player’s seven cards. A Player may wager any amount within posted table limits and a Fortune Bonus wager of $5 or more qualifies a Player for an Envy Bonus payout. The Envy Bonus payout occurs on a round when another Player at the table is dealt a four-of-a-kind or higher. The maximum aggregate payout per hand is $40,000, not including the Envy Bonus. FORTUNE BONUS

ENVY BONUS

8,000 to 1

$5,000

2,000 to 1

$1,000

with Joker

1,000 to 1

$500

Five Aces

400 to 1

$250

Royal Flush

150 to 1

$50

Straight Flush

50 to 1

$20

Four-of-a-Kind

25 to 1

$5

Full House

5 to 1

$0

Flush

4 to 1

$0

Three-of-a-Kind

3 to 1

$0

Straight

2 to 1

$0

7 card Straight Flush with No Joker Royal Flush plus Royal Match 7 card Straight Flush

HOW TO PLAY To begin each round, Players make a standard Pai Gow wager and the optional Fortune Bonus wager. A Player can act as the banker as long as they can cover all wagers on the layout at the time of the round and have placed a wager against the Dealer the last time the Dealer was the bank. After all cards are dealt, Players make their best 5 card and 2 card hands. If a Player needs assistance setting their hand, the Dealer will set the hand per the House Way