Uses Spanish Decks A-9, J, Q, K (no 10′s)
- Always BEATS dealer’s Blackjack – pays 6 to 5
PLAYER TOTAL OF 21
- Always BEATS dealer’s total of 21
- Player may split cards of equal value including ACES creating up to 4 hands.
- hitting and double of split hands including ACES is allowed.
- Double with 2 or More cards, on any total including after splitting.
- After a double card is drawn, a player may double again, rescue or stand. Players may double the total wager up to three times, once via a double down and twice via a double-double down.
DOUBLE DOWN RESCUE- After doubling if a player is dissatisfied with their non-busted hand, they may rescue (take back) the last DOUBLED portion of the bet, forfeiting half of the total wager.
LATE SURRENDER ALLOWED
HOW TO PLAY MATCH THE DEALER
- The player makes a Match the Dealer wager by placing a bet in the Match the Dealer bet circle. In order to play Match the Dealer, the player must make a bse game bet.
-If either or both of a player’s first two cards exactly match the dealer’s up card in rank (a four matches a four, jack matches only jack, queen matches only queen, etc) the player wins an amount per the table payoff
This American version of the ancient Chinese game of Pai Gow is played with cards (instead of tiles) and uses the traditional poker hand rankings. Fortune Pai Gow Poker combines the skill of poker with the excitement of table game action.
GEGA 3061, 2125
Mexican Poker is similar to 5-card stud and is played with a standard 52 deck “stripped” to 41 cards. The 8’s, 9’s, and 10’s are removed, the Joker remains. Mexican Poker is played on a industry standard poker-style table with a minimum of two and maximum of seven players.
To receive a hand, each player posts a collection when required. The cards are dealt clockwise, beginning to the left of the dealer button. The dealer button rotates clockwise after each hand is complete.
Each player receives a total of 5 cards, of which 1 card must be face down. After the first two cards are dealt (1 up and 1 down), a betting round begins with the high card clockwise of the dealer button, making a forced opening bet to start the action. After the betting is complete, the players may expose, if they wish, their down card. This action must be complete prior to the deal of the third card which may be delivered up or down depending on whether or not previously dealt down cards have been opened. When the third card has been delivered, betting then occurs.
The fourth and fifth cards are then dealt and played according to the same format. The player with the highest-ranking hand wins the pot.
We offer Pure 21.5 Blackjack! Enjoy the game the way it was meant to be played. Fast-paced Vegas style betting means the next hand is just moments away!
GEGA 3252, 2126
If you’ve watched poker on TV you’ve seen how exciting Texas Hold’em can be. We offer Texas Hold’em tournaments and cash games for our customers around the clock.
A variation on the community card theme, Omaha is played in both hi-lo split and pot-limit varieties. If you’ve watched Omaha on TV you’ve seen how exciting Omaha can be. We offer Omaha tournaments and cash games for our customers around the clock.
The object of Three Card Poker is to beat the player/dealer in a three-card poker game. The ranking of hands are as follows:
1 Royal Flush, 2 Straight Flush, 3 Three of a kind, 4 Straight, 5 Flush, 6 Pair, 7 High Card
Each player receives three cards face-down. The player/dealer receives three cards, two face-down and one face-up.
Once players inspect their hand, they have two options:
Fold the hand and forfeit the Ante; or Stay in the game by making a Play bet; this bet must equal the Ante.
The player/dealer must qualify to play with a minimum Queen-high.
If the player/dealer does NOT qualify, the play bet receives no action. The dealer shall immediately refund this bet to players.
The Ante will receive action. If the player’s hand beats the player/dealer’s hand, the dealer will then pay each ante – the ones not surrendered by folding (i.e. even money). If the player’s hand does not beat the player/dealer’s hand, the dealer does not pay.
If the player/dealer’s hand qualifies, the dealer shall immediately stack each player’s play bet atop the ante. If the player’s hand beats the player/dealer’s, the player wins even money. If the player/dealer’s hand beats the player’s, the player loses.
The round of play ends when the player/dealer exhausts his bankroll, or when all player wagers receive full action, whichever occurs first.
The Bonus Bet is an optional bet for players who placed an ante bet. The rules are as follows:
- Bonus Bets must be placed prior to the initial deal.
- Bonus Bet must equal the Ante to qualify for a Bonus Bet payoff.
- The Player/Dealer will pay all winning bonus bets and will collect all losing bonus bets.
- In the event that the player/dealer’s wager does not cover the amount wagered by the players, an action button will be used to designate where the action will begin. Additionally, each player’s wager receives action in the following order: Ante Bet, Play Bet, Bonus Bet.
Bonus Bets pay as follows:
- Royal Flush 200:1
- Straight Flush 40:1
- Three of a Kind 30:1
- Straight 6:1
- Flush 3:1
- One Pair 1:1