Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Poker is a combination of Poker and an ancient Chinese game Pai Gow. Player receives seven cards, which he/she splits into two hands – a five card hand and a two card hand. The object is to beat the dealer.
First, place a bet by selecting a chip right of the table and clicking on the Bet area in the middle of the table. To remove a chip from the bet field, right click on it.
Click on Deal.
You receive seven cards. Leave five of them in the “Highest” hand and select two that go to the “2nd Highest” hand. To select a card, just click on it. The five-card hand (or the “Highest”) must always outrank the two-card hand (or the “2nd Highest”). You can also click the House Way button to let the computer select your hands (in a manner most beneficial to you).
Click on Done.
The dealer’s cards are revealed. If both the dealer’s hands are higher than yours, you lose your bet. If one of you hands is higher and the other is lower, the round results as a push and your bet is returned. If both your hands are higher, you win even money on your bet (1 to 1) minus 5% bank commission.
Click on New Game if you want to play another round. Place a bet again as described above, or click on the Rebet button to place the same bet as in the previous round.