Let'Em Ride Poker
Let’Em Ride poker by NuWorks software adds adrenaline to an already exciting game, featuring an ever-climbing progressive jackpot in an interactive interface online poker game!
The table limits for Let’Em Ride online poker may vary, but will usually range from 1.00 to 120.00 credits per game.
Note: The maximum aggregate payout for NuWorks’ Let‘Em Ride poker game is $50,000.
How to Play Let‘Em Ride Poker by NuWorks Software.
At the start of each Let'Em Ride poker game, you are dealt five cards; three cards are face up and two cards are face down.
As you “Continue” or “Raise” through the course of the game, each of the face down cards is revealed in turn, hopefully creating at least a pair of 10's or better to keep you in the black:
- Continue: The act of flipping the next face down card without adjusting your bet.
- Raise: Upping the ante when you reveal a face down card.
If your hand does not produce at least a pair of 10’s, the Dealer wins and takes your wager (we assume he does an evil laugh, as well).
Let‘Em Ride online Poker Pay Table.
As stated above, you’ll need at least a pair of 10s to walk away a winner in the Let’Em Ride poker game. As you move up the poker hand pyramid, you can expect payouts to improve; a Flush awards 8:1 odds, a Straight Flush awards 200:1, and a Royal Flush awards 1000:1.
Let’Em Ride Progressive Jackpot.
To win all or part of the ever-growing progressive jackpot, you’ll need to first place a wager in the Progressive bet circle and then come away with a fairly substantial poker hand. Payouts are as follows:
- Flush awards a $75 bonus.
- Full House awards a $100 bonus.
- Four of a Kind awards a $500 bonus.
- Straight Flush awards 10% of the progressive jackpot.
- Royal Flush gets the whole progressive jackpot.
In order to be eligible for the Progressive Jackpot (which increases in a very tempting way in the upper right-hand corner), you’ll need to place a wager in the illuminated Progressive Wager circle.
All progressive and bonus wins are in addition to the game winnings, as long as the maximum payout doesn’t exceed $50,000.
Play the Let'Em Ride progressive poker game and see how many times you can beat the dealer (and do your own evil laugh)!