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Four Card Poker
Four Card Poker is a new and exciting variation to Poker with three ways to play. The player may wager against the dealer, against a paytable or against both the dealer and the paytable.
Player vs. Dealer - Ante Wager
The object when playing against the Dealer is for the Player to form a four-card poker hand higher than or equal in rank to the Dealer, you must make an ANTE wager. After being dealt a hand of five (5) cards face down, you can:
- Fold (forfeit) your hand and ANTE wager; or
- Continue to play by placing a PLAY wager in an amount at least equal to the ANTE wager and UP TO 3 TIMES the ANTE.
The ANTE and PLAY wins 1 to 1. The Player wins ties.
Players who place an ANTE wager and PLAY wager win an Automatic Bonus payout on the ANTE wager for the following premium hands:
Four of a Kind .................... 25 to 1
Straight Flush .................... 20 to 1
Three of a Kind .................... 2 to 1
Automatic Bonuses are paid even if the Dealer has a better four-card hand.
Player vs. Paytable- Aces Up Wager
A Player MAY place an optional ACES UP wager to win an additional payout based on the Player's best four-card poker hand. If the Player's hand contains a pair of Aces or better, the player wins the ACES UP wager. The payout for the ACES UP wager is as follows:
Four of a kind .................... 50 to 1
Straight flush .................... 40 to 1
Three of a kind .................... 8 to 1
Flush .................... 5 to 1
Straight .................... 4 to 1
Two Pair .................... 3 to 1
Pair of Aces .................... 1 to 1
The ACES UP payout is always paid, even if the Dealer has a better hand.
Playing Both - Aces Up & Ante Wagers
When a Player bets BOTH the ACES UP and the ANTE (including PLAY) wager, he/she is playing against two separate paytables with two different criteria for payouts:
- ANTE - object to get a four-card poker hand that beats the Dealer's best four-card hand;
- ACES UP - object to receive a pair of Aces or better.
If a Player has placed an ANTE wager and an ACES UP wager but does not make a PLAY wager, the Player shall forfeit the ANTE wager but not the ACES UP wager.
Bet ANTE to play against the Dealer ONLY.
Bet ACES UP to play the hand value against the paytable. Bet ACES UP and ANTE to play BOTH the hand value and against the Dealer.
Aditional Rules of Play
All ANTE and ACES Up wager must be placed prior to the Dealer announcing "No more bets". If a hand does not contain a pair or better, the hand that contains the highest ranking card(s) wins. Ace is the highest ranking card, except in 4-3-2 -Ace sequence.
Each Player shall be responsible for his/her own hand and no person other than the Dealer and the Player to whom the cards were dealt may touch the cards of that Player. Only Players seated at the table are permitted to wager. Once a Player has placed a wager and received cards, that Player must remain seated until the completion of the round of play.
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