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Baccarat

Overview

The objective of the game is to predict whose hand, the Banker's or the Player's, will be closer to the value of nine. You can also wager on the possibility of a tie. Baccarat is played with an 8 deck shoe. The decks are shuffled before each round.

 

Card values

Card

Value

King

0

Queen

0

Jack

0

Ten

0

9

9

8

8

7

7

6

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

2

2

Ace

1

If the value of the hand is ten points or more, subtract ten, and the remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. Suits are not important.

Example:

8 + 7 = 15 Baccarat value = 5

5 + 5 = 10 Baccarat value = 0

 

Baccarat Rules

To play a game of Baccarat, place a wager in the banker’s, and/or players and/or Tie betting circle. The player and the banker are then each dealt two cards face up. In certain cases, a third card is dealt to the player or the banker or both. The hand closest to 9, wins.

The first cards goes to the PLAYER, the second to the BANKER and the next two follow suit (the third to the PLAYER and the fourth to the BANKER)

If either hand (BANKER or PLAYER) totals 8 or 9 on the initial deal, (each of these numbers is called a NATURAL) then no additional cards are dealt and the winner is the one who has a number nearer to 9. In the case that both the PLAYER hand and the BANKER hand have equal totals, the game result is a tie. In case someone has bet on TIE the pay is done, otherwise there is no pay.

In case no hand gets 8 or 9, the game continues as follows:

If the PLAYER, with the first two cards, gets 0 through 5, he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 6, 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

If the BANKER, with the first two cards, gets 0, 1 or 2 he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

In all the other cases, when the BANKER gets 3, 4, 5 or 6, this chart is followed:

 

Draws when Player's Third Card is:

Stands when Player's Third Card is:

3

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-0

8

4

2-3-4-5-6-7

1-8-9-0

6

4-5-6-7

1-2-3-8-9-0

6 (Stands if Player does not draw a third card)

6-7

1-2-3-4-5-8-9-0

 

DRAWS: a third card is dealt STANDS: no third card is dealt

 

Payout

Wagers placed on the Player pay 1:1 of the original wager amount if the player wins.

Wagers placed on the Banker pay 1:1of the original wager amount minus a 5% house commission if the banker wins. Wagers placed on a Tie pay 9:1 of the original wager amount if a tie occurs; that is to say when both the player and banker’s hands are of equal value. Wagers placed on either the Banker or the Player are returned if a tie occurs.

 

Blackjack

Blackjack Overview

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after dealing each hand or hands. You may play up to three hands at once.

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a higher value hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust.


Playing Blackjack

Select a chip size by clicking on one of the chip denomination that you want.

Place a wager by clicking the center betting circle in the play area; continue clicking the wager circle until you have placed the number of chips you want to wager.

To increase your wager left-click on the betting circle. The wager will increase one chip at a time.

To reduce or remove a wager, right-click on the betting circle. The wager will decrease one chip at a time.

Once you have the chips in the bet circle, click the Deal button. Both you and the dealer are dealt two cards. The Dealer is dealt two cards, one card face-up and one card face-down. Your cards are both dealt face up.

Depending on the cards you are dealt, different betting options will be given. You can perform more than one option, or repeat one option, depending on the stage of the game.

The betting options are:

Hit - Click the Hit option if you want the Dealer to deal you another card from the deck.

Stand - Click the Stand button if you do not wish to receive any more cards. The dealer will then play his hand in order to complete the game.

Split - Click the Split button to divide your hand into two separate hands. A new card is then dealt to each hand. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. Note that Aces can only be split once.

Double Down - Click the Double button in order to place a side wager equal to your original. Chips will automatically be added to the table and you will get only one card.

Take Insurance - Click the Insurance button in order to place a wager equal to half your original wager against the Dealer getting a Blackjack. This option is only given when the dealer is showing an Ace.

Example: Use the Insurance option if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. You take Insurance against the Dealer getting a Blackjack.


Game Rules

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after the completion of every game.

The Dealer checks for a Blackjack when he is dealt a 10 or an Ace. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the game is over.

Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.

All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens, have a value of 10.

Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11.

All other cards have their face value.

You may draw up to nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, provided the value of your hand does not exceed 21. If your hand does not exceeded 21 after receiving eleven cards, your hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer plays his hand.

The Dealer Hits on a soft 17.

If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21, it is bust, and you automatically win.

If you are dealt an Ace and a card with a value of 10, you have Blackjack. Your hand automatically Stands. Your hand cannot be beaten, only matched. When your hand and the Dealer's hand tie, it is called a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If both the Dealer and your hand have Blackjack, this is considered a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If the Dealer gets Blackjack after you have Split or Doubled Down, the entire wager amount is lost.

Splitting

You can Split two cards of the same value, such as a Queen and a Ten, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand.

If you Split a pair of Aces and then draw a card with a value of 10, this is not Blackjack, although it has a value of 21.

This rule also applies to splitting pairs of cards with a value of 10.You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Aces are only Split once.

If you Split a pair of Aces, each Ace is dealt one card, and the hand automatically Stands.


Double Down

You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

The Double Down wager is equal to your original wager amount.

You can Double Down after a Split.


Insurance

You can take Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace.

The Insurance wager is equal to half your original wager amount.

Insurance wager wins or losses are independent from your original wager.

Insurance only covers your original hand. It does not cover any second hands on a Split, or a Double Down wager.

If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance wager is removed from the table. The game continues.

If the dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance wager is paid out at odds of 2:1.

Insurance - This is a side wager against the possibility of the Dealer getting Blackjack. You can take Insurance if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. Insurance costs half your original wager.

Push - This is when your hand and the Dealer’s hand tie. You are paid your original wager.

Split - You can Split two cards with the same Denomination or Value, such as a King and a Jack, or two Sevens. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your wager is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Ace are only Split once.

Stand - This is when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and do not want to draw any more cards. This ends the play of your hand. The Dealer plays their hand and both hands are compared.

Value - Value refers to the numerical value of a card. Jack, Queen and King have the value of 10. The Ace card has a value of either 1 or 11.


Payout

If you win with a Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original wager, in other words, you win back one and a half times your original wager amount, plus your original wager.

If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1 to 1 on your original wager.

Example: You bet 100. If you win, you get your 100 back, plus 100 profits.

If you lose against a Dealer’s Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1 on your Insurance wager, in other words, you get your original wager amount back plus the insurance amount.

Example: You bet 100 and pay 50 insurance. If dealer does not have blackjack you get your 150 back, plus 50 profits.

 

 

Roulette

Roulette Overview

 

The game of Roulette is played by spinning a small ball on a round wheel with thirty-seven numbered slots (French or European roulette). When the wheel stops, the ball comes to rest in one of these slots. The object of Roulette is to correctly predict the slot in which the ball will land. By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on the nature of the bet placed.

 

How to Play

 

Select the amount you would like to wager on a given spin by clicking the left mouse button on a chip, and clicking on the appropriate betting fields of the gaming table.

 

Your total bet will be displayed in the "Total Bet" window.

 

You may repeat the bets placed in your last game by clicking on the repeat button. If you have selected to repeat your last round's bet, you will then have the chance to double that bet, provided you have sufficient funds available.

 

If you place a wager that is lower than the minimum table bet limit, you will receive a pop up message.

 

If you place a bet that is higher than the maximum table limit, a tooltip will appear reminding you of the maximum bet limit and you will not be able to place the bet.

 

You can place many different kinds of bets on the Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers are called rows on the board, while the longer lines of twelve numbers are called columns.

 

The first five types of bets are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them and are called inside bets, while the last three types are made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board and are called outside bets. The different types and payoffs for each bet type are summarized below:

 

 

Bet Type Explanation

 

Straight Up - Place your chips directly on any single number (including zero).

 

Split Bet - Place your chips on the line between any two numbers.

 

Street Bet - Place your chips at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.

 

Corner Bet - Place your chips at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.

 

Line Bet - Place your chips at the end of two rows on the intersection between them. A line bet covers all the numbers in both rows, for a total of six numbers.

 

Column Bet - Placing a chip in one of the boxes marked "2 to 1" at the end of the columns covers all the numbers in that column, for a total of twelve numbers. (The zero is not covered by any of the columns).

 

Dozen Bet - Placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12" covers those twelve numbers in the sequence of numbers 1 to 36.

 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1 to 18/19 to 36 - A chip placed in one of these six boxes on the board covers the 18 numbers on the board as described in that box. (The zero is not covered by any of these boxes.) Each box covers eighteen numbers.

 

Special Bets - These are a number of multiple bets that are traditional to the game. Each bet covers a different group of numbers. These bets are available through the special bets button. Payouts vary for these bets.

 

Neighbor Bets - These are bets which can be placed according to the numbers as they appear on the roulette wheel, rather than the roulette table. These can be accessed by clicking on the special bet icon and are available on the corresponding text ladder or the relevant part of the wheel map.

 

Casino

Baccarat

Overview

The objective of the game is to predict whose hand, the Banker's or the Player's, will be closer to the value of nine. You can also wager on the possibility of a tie. Baccarat is played with an 8 deck shoe. The decks are shuffled before each round.


Card values

Card

Value

King

0

Queen

0

Jack

0

Ten

0

9

9

8

8

7

7

6

6

5

5

4

4

3

3

2

2

Ace

1

If the value of the hand is ten points or more, subtract ten, and the remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. Suits are not important.

Example:

8 + 7 = 15 Baccarat value = 5

5 + 5 = 10 Baccarat value = 0


Baccarat Rules

To play a game of Baccarat, place a wager in the banker’s, and/or players and/or Tie betting circle. The player and the banker are then each dealt two cards face up. In certain cases, a third card is dealt to the player or the banker or both. The hand closest to 9, wins.

The first cards goes to the PLAYER, the second to the BANKER and the next two follow suit (the third to the PLAYER and the fourth to the BANKER)

If either hand (BANKER or PLAYER) totals 8 or 9 on the initial deal, (each of these numbers is called a NATURAL) then no additional cards are dealt and the winner is the one who has a number nearer to 9. In the case that both the PLAYER hand and the BANKER hand have equal totals, the game result is a tie. In case someone has bet on TIE the pay is done, otherwise there is no pay.

In case no hand gets 8 or 9, the game continues as follows:

If the PLAYER, with the first two cards, gets 0 through 5, he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 6, 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

If the BANKER, with the first two cards, gets 0, 1 or 2 he draws (he has the right to a third card). If he gets 7, 8 or 9 he stands, and has no right to a third card.

In all the other cases, when the BANKER gets 3, 4, 5 or 6, this chart is followed:

 

Draws when Player's Third Card is:

Stands when Player's Third Card is:

3

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9-0

8

4

2-3-4-5-6-7

1-8-9-0

6

4-5-6-7

1-2-3-8-9-0

6 (Stands if Player does not draw a third card)

6-7

1-2-3-4-5-8-9-0

 

DRAWS: a third card is dealt STANDS: no third card is dealt


Payout

Wagers placed on the Player pay 1:1 of the original wager amount if the player wins.

Wagers placed on the Banker pay 1:1of the original wager amount minus a 5% house commission if the banker wins. Wagers placed on a Tie pay 9:1 of the original wager amount if a tie occurs; that is to say when both the player and banker’s hands are of equal value. Wagers placed on either the Banker or the Player are returned if a tie occurs.

 

Blackjack

Blackjack Overview

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after dealing each hand or hands. You may play up to three hands at once.

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a higher value hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust.


Playing Blackjack

Select a chip size by clicking on one of the chip denomination that you want.

Place a wager by clicking the center betting circle in the play area; continue clicking the wager circle until you have placed the number of chips you want to wager.

To increase your wager left-click on the betting circle. The wager will increase one chip at a time.

To reduce or remove a wager, right-click on the betting circle. The wager will decrease one chip at a time.

Once you have the chips in the bet circle, click the Deal button. Both you and the dealer are dealt two cards. The Dealer is dealt two cards, one card face-up and one card face-down. Your cards are both dealt face up.

Depending on the cards you are dealt, different betting options will be given. You can perform more than one option, or repeat one option, depending on the stage of the game.

The betting options are:

Hit - Click the Hit option if you want the Dealer to deal you another card from the deck.

Stand - Click the Stand button if you do not wish to receive any more cards. The dealer will then play his hand in order to complete the game.

Split - Click the Split button to divide your hand into two separate hands. A new card is then dealt to each hand. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. Note that Aces can only be split once.

Double Down - Click the Double button in order to place a side wager equal to your original. Chips will automatically be added to the table and you will get only one card.

Take Insurance - Click the Insurance button in order to place a wager equal to half your original wager against the Dealer getting a Blackjack. This option is only given when the dealer is showing an Ace.

Example: Use the Insurance option if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. You take Insurance against the Dealer getting a Blackjack.


Game Rules

Multi-hand Blackjack is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after the completion of every game.

The Dealer checks for a Blackjack when he is dealt a 10 or an Ace. If the Dealer has a Blackjack, the game is over.

Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.

All face cards - Jacks, Kings and Queens, have a value of 10.

Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11.

All other cards have their face value.

You may draw up to nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, provided the value of your hand does not exceed 21. If your hand does not exceeded 21 after receiving eleven cards, your hand automatically Stands, and the Dealer plays his hand.

The Dealer Hits on a soft 17.

If the Dealer's hand exceeds 21, it is bust, and you automatically win.

If you are dealt an Ace and a card with a value of 10, you have Blackjack. Your hand automatically Stands. Your hand cannot be beaten, only matched. When your hand and the Dealer's hand tie, it is called a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If both the Dealer and your hand have Blackjack, this is considered a push. Your original wager amount is returned to you.

If the Dealer gets Blackjack after you have Split or Doubled Down, the entire wager amount is lost.

Splitting

You can Split two cards of the same value, such as a Queen and a Ten, or two Fours. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand.

If you Split a pair of Aces and then draw a card with a value of 10, this is not Blackjack, although it has a value of 21.

This rule also applies to splitting pairs of cards with a value of 10.You can Split a maximum number of 3 times per game, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Aces are only Split once.

If you Split a pair of Aces, each Ace is dealt one card, and the hand automatically Stands.


Double Down

You can Double Down after receiving your first two cards.

The Double Down wager is equal to your original wager amount.

You can Double Down after a Split.


Insurance

You can take Insurance if the Dealer's first card is an Ace.

The Insurance wager is equal to half your original wager amount.

Insurance wager wins or losses are independent from your original wager.

Insurance only covers your original hand. It does not cover any second hands on a Split, or a Double Down wager.

If the Dealer does not have a Blackjack, the Insurance wager is removed from the table. The game continues.

If the dealer has Blackjack, the Insurance wager is paid out at odds of 2:1.

Insurance - This is a side wager against the possibility of the Dealer getting Blackjack. You can take Insurance if the Dealer’s first card is an Ace. Insurance costs half your original wager.

Push - This is when your hand and the Dealer’s hand tie. You are paid your original wager.

Split - You can Split two cards with the same Denomination or Value, such as a King and a Jack, or two Sevens. Your hand is divided into two separate hands and a wager equal to your original wager is placed on the second hand. Therefore, your wager is doubled. A new card is dealt to each hand and you play these hands as normal. You can Split a maximum number of 3 times, equaling 4 hands. This rule excludes Aces. Ace are only Split once.

Stand - This is when you are satisfied with the value of your hand and do not want to draw any more cards. This ends the play of your hand. The Dealer plays their hand and both hands are compared.

Value - Value refers to the numerical value of a card. Jack, Queen and King have the value of 10. The Ace card has a value of either 1 or 11.


Payout

If you win with a Blackjack you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original wager, in other words, you win back one and a half times your original wager amount, plus your original wager.

If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1 to 1 on your original wager.

Example: You bet 100. If you win, you get your 100 back, plus 100 profits.

If you lose against a Dealer’s Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1 on your Insurance wager, in other words, you get your original wager amount back plus the insurance amount.

Example: You bet 100 and pay 50 insurance. If dealer does not have blackjack you get your 150 back, plus 50 profits.

 

 

Carribean Stud

Caribbean Stud Poker Overview

Played between you and the dealer, the objective of Caribbean Stud Poker is to complete the game with the strongest poker hand. It is played with a single deck of cards that are shuffled before each game.

The dealer is dealt 5 cards; four of them face down, one card face up. You are dealt 5 cards face up. Based on your hand, you can choose to Raise or Fold. Winnings are paid out based on a comparison of your hand and the dealer’s.


Rules of Caribbean Stud Poker

Please note that in order to play Caribbean Stud Poker you must have enough credits to place both, ante and bet.

To start, place a wager in the Ante circle and click Deal. Five cards are dealt to you face up, and five cards are dealt to dealer, with only one of them face up. You may decide to Raise or you may Fold.

If you choose Raise, you have to bet double the ante. The dealer then reveals his hand. Your hand and dealer's hand are compared and the hand with the highest rank wins. In the event that player and dealer are holding the same flush or straight, hands are ranked by suits in the following order: Spades, Hearts, Diamonds and Clubs. Winnings are paid according to the Payout table.

Note that the dealer must have at least an Ace-King combination or higher to qualify. If the dealer's hand does not qualify, you are paid your wager and double your ante, regardless of the value of your hand. If the dealer's hand does qualify, you are paid out according to the Payout Table and receive double your ante.

If you Fold, dealer reveals his cards, but your ante is lost, regardless of what kind of hand the dealer is holding.


The Paytable

Royal flush

800 to 1

Straight flush

200 to 1

Four of a kind

25 to 1

Full House

10 to 1

Flush

7 to 1

Straight

5 to 1

Three of a kind

3 to 1

Two pair

2 to 1

One pair or less

1 to 1

 

Roulette

Roulette Overview

 

The game of Roulette is played by spinning a small ball on a round wheel with thirty-seven numbered slots (French or European roulette). When the wheel stops, the ball comes to rest in one of these slots. The object of Roulette is to correctly predict the slot in which the ball will land. By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on the nature of the bet placed.

 

How to Play

 

Select the amount you would like to wager on a given spin by clicking the left mouse button on a chip, and clicking on the appropriate betting fields of the gaming table.

 

Your total bet will be displayed in the "Total Bet" window.

 

You may repeat the bets placed in your last game by clicking on the repeat button. If you have selected to repeat your last round's bet, you will then have the chance to double that bet, provided you have sufficient funds available.

 

If you place a wager that is lower than the minimum table bet limit, you will receive a pop up message.

 

If you place a bet that is higher than the maximum table limit, a tooltip will appear reminding you of the maximum bet limit and you will not be able to place the bet.

 

You can place many different kinds of bets on the Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers are called rows on the board, while the longer lines of twelve numbers are called columns.

 

The first five types of bets are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them and are called inside bets, while the last three types are made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board and are called outside bets. The different types and payoffs for each bet type are summarized below:

 

 

Bet Type Explanation

 

Straight Up - Place your chips directly on any single number (including zero).

 

Split Bet - Place your chips on the line between any two numbers.

 

Street Bet - Place your chips at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.

 

Corner Bet - Place your chips at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.

 

Line Bet - Place your chips at the end of two rows on the intersection between them. A line bet covers all the numbers in both rows, for a total of six numbers.

 

Column Bet - Placing a chip in one of the boxes marked "2 to 1" at the end of the columns covers all the numbers in that column, for a total of twelve numbers. (The zero is not covered by any of the columns).

 

Dozen Bet - Placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12" covers those twelve numbers in the sequence of numbers 1 to 36.

 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1 to 18/19 to 36 - A chip placed in one of these six boxes on the board covers the 18 numbers on the board as described in that box. (The zero is not covered by any of these boxes.) Each box covers eighteen numbers.

 

Special Bets - These are a number of multiple bets that are traditional to the game. Each bet covers a different group of numbers. These bets are available through the special bets button. Payouts vary for these bets.

 

Neighbor Bets - These are bets which can be placed according to the numbers as they appear on the roulette wheel, rather than the roulette table. These can be accessed by clicking on the special bet icon and are available on the corresponding text ladder or the relevant part of the wheel map.

 

Slots

How to play

Slots are the easiest to play and probably those games where you will have most fun.

When you first get into a slot game you will see that almost every game has these three settings:

BET LINES – Select how many lines you want to play. Slots vary from 3 to 30 lines. More lines gives you more possible winning combinations and more increases your chance to win.

COIN VALUE – You are betting 1 coin per line. Select value of each coin. To calculate your bet value, multiply Bet Lines and Coin Value.

BET LEVEL – Bet level multiplies your total pay-in per game.

Once you are fully satisfied with the setup, click Spin.

 

Payout

Each game has its own specifics. When you are playing, click the PAYTABLE button to get full list of winning combinations.

 

Video Poker

General Overview

First you have to select how many chips does he want to bet. All video pokers have 5 different betting options and are played with a single deck of cards. A sample of the paytable is shown below.

Game consists of two main rounds and a potential double up game. Game begins when you click Deal button. You are dealt 5 cards of which you must choose which to hold for the next ronund. You may change all 5 cards. To hold a card, a card must simply be clicked. You must click Draw button in order to get second round of cards. Cards which were marked with Hold, will not be changed. If your hand qualifies for the payout, based on the payout table, you are offered bonus game, allowing you to double up your winnings. You may decide not to go into the double up bonus game.

 

Double Up Bonus game

When you qualify for a payout, you have a chance to double up your winnings. Each time this situation occurs you will be asked if you want to double up. If you want to, you will then enter a game where you are confronted with 5 cards, one of them is face up, and the other four are face down. You may select only one card. Selected card must be of higher value (or equal in some examples) than the card face up. If the card you selected is higher than the card face up, your winnings are doubled and you are offered another double up. If the card you selected was lower value than the face up card, you lose your initial winning.

 

Sample paytable

Please note that paytable may vary from game to game.

Number of coins played

1

2

3

4

5

Royal Flush

250

500

750

1000

4000

Straight Flush

50

100

150

200

250

4 of a kind

25

50

75

100

125

Full House

6

12

18

24

30

Flush

5

10

15

20

25

Straight

4

8

12

16

20

3 of a kind

3

6

9

12

15

2 pair

2

4

6

8

10

Jacks or better

1

2

3

4

5