Pai Gow Poker
In Pai Gow Poker both the player and the dealer receive seven cards each. The objective is to split these seven cards into one small hand consisting of two cards and one large hand consisting of five cards. The cards must be set in such a way that the five-card hand has a higher poker rank than the two-card hand.
The player has the option of choosing between three tables either public or private:
- 1 – Minimum bet of $2 / Maximum bet of $100
- 2 – Minimum bet of $5 / Maximum bet of $200
- 3 – Minimum bet of $25 / Maximum bet of $350
Here are some basics of Be The Dealer’s Pai Gow Poker:
- - played with a 53-card deck: a standard deck of 52 cards and one Joker (the Joker may only be used as an Ace, or to complete a Straight, Flush or Straight Flush).
- - hands are ranked according to standard poker rules, with the exception that an A,2,3,4,5 Straight is the second highest Straight.
- - both your high and low hands must have higher poker ranks than the dealer's high and low hands in order to win.
- - if your two hands beat the dealer's hands, you win an amount equal to your initial bet, minus a 5% commission.
- - your bet will be returned on in the even of a push (each win one hand).
Be The Dealer Pai Gow Poker offers you the option of being the dealer once you’re accumulated enough dealer points. This will give you the advantage.
In order to play as the dealer the minimum amount of dealers points are calculated as such: (Maximum Bet) + 1.75%(Casino commission) * (Maximum Bet).
Commission is based on 1.75% of the total bets placed against the Dealer.