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Emperor's Challenge Pai Gow Four Card Poker Lucky Ladies Blackjack Mini Baccarat Spanish Blackjack Ultimate Texas Hold'em

Emperor's Challenge Pai Gow

game-ecpgEMPEROR'S CHALLENGE PAIG GOW PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT RULES

MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE WAGERS:

Emperor’s Challenge Wager - $5 to $300
Treasure Wager - $1 to $300
Insurance Wager - $1 to $300
Bonus Jackpot Progressive Wager - $1
Share the Wealth Wager - $1

Emperor’s Treasure Bonus Payout
7-Card Straight Flush-No Joker -------------- 8,000 to 1
Royal Flush plus Ace/King Suited ----------- 2,000 to 1
Seven card Straight Flush with Joker ------- 1000 to 1
Five Aces -------------------------------------------- 400 to 1
Royal Flush ----------------------------------------- 150 to 1
Straight Flush -------------------------------------- 50 to 1
Four-of-A-Kind ------------------------------------- 25 to 1
Full House ------------------------------------------ 5 to 1
Flush ------------------------------------------------- 4 to 1
Three-of-A-Kind ----------------------------------- 3 to 1
Straight ---------------------------------------------- 2 to 1

Pai Gow Insurance Payout (Table 4)
Nine - High Pai Gow ----------- 100 to 1
Ten - High Pai Gow -------------- 25 to 1
Jack - High Pai Gow ------------- 15 to 1
Queen - High Pai Gow ------------ 6 to 1
King - High Pai Gow --------------- 5 to 1
Ace - High Pai Gow ---------------- 3 to 1

In qualifying for Pai Gow Insurance, the Ace is always considered high and the Joker always is considered an Ace.

Progressive Jackpot Pay Table:
PAY TABLE ---------------------------------- EC/PJ 21
7-card Straight Flush w/o Joker ------- 100%
Royal Flush with A/K suited ------------ 100%
7-card Straight Flush with Joker ------ 100%
5 Aces ---------------------------------------- 100%
Royal Flush --------------------------------- 325
Straight Flush ------------------------------ 75
4 of a Kind ----------------------------------- 50
Full House ----------------------------------- 5

The Joker may also be used as an Ace to complete the Royal Flush Only. The Ace/ King Suited combination must include a Natural Ace

Notes:

Only the highest qualifying hand is paid.

Prizes shown as a percentage means the player receives that percentage of the corresponding displayed jackpot.

Prizes shown as a dollar amount means the player receives a fixed dollar amount.

Share the Wealth Bonus:

PAY TABLE -------------------------------- 12
7-card Straight Flush w/o Joker ----- Bonus
Royal Flush with A/K suited ---------- Bonus
7-card Straight Flush with Joker ---- Bonus
5 Aces BonusRoyal Flush ------------ Bonus
Straight Flush Bonus4 of a Kind ---- Bonus
Full House --------------------------------- Bonus

Side Betting
Side betting between players and/or against the house is prohibited.

Four Card Poker

game-fcpFour Card poker is played with a 52 card deck on a blackjack table. There are three circles in front of each player marked: Aces Up, Ante and 1x to 3x Ante. The play begins with the player making independent wagers on either the Aces Up or Ante portion of the game or both by placing the bet in the corresponding circle. You must bet the same amounts on each game if you choose to play both games.

Although it is called Four Card Poker the player is dealt five cards face down and must make the best four card hand. The dealer is dealt six cards which are used to make the best four card hand. One of the dealers cards is dealt face up.

Unlike Caribbean Stud and Three Card Poker, the dealer does not have to qualify in order for the game to continue. After looking at your cards you can fold and lose your Ante bet or make an additional Play bet to continue. The minimum bet you can make must be equal to your original bet but you can elect to make a bet up to three times the amount of your original Ante bet.

Lucky Ladies

game-llpBlackjack rules with a bonus! Players wager on whether or not their first two cards equal 20. Players are paid 4-1 up to 1000-1 depending on the nature of the twenty they receive. Determination of winners and losers, and the corresponding "take or pay" procedure occurs on the first two cards only, before the player acts on the hand.

Mini Baccarat

game-bacMini-Baccarat is a very simple game. Below, you will find a brief explanation of how the game is dealt.

1. There are three betting positions for each person sitting at the Mini-Baccarat game. They are Player, Banker, and Tie. Each of these positions represents the possible outcome of the hands. Players may place a wager on either the Player or Banker hand. Players may also place a wager on the Tie bet alone. Players may be permitted to play more than one hand with Shift Manager approval only.

2. To begin the play, two cards are dealt out to each side. The first card is dealt to the Player. The second to the Banker, the third card is dealt to the Player and the fourth is dealt to the Banker. The dealer will first turn up the Player hand and call out the total of the cards. The dealer will then turn up the Banker hand and call out the total of the cards.

3. The highest possible total to any hand is 9. The lowest is 0. The hand (Player, Banker) closest to 9 wins. If both of the hands end up with the same total, it is called a Tie.

4. The total of the first two cards for each hand will determine if the hand will receive a third card or not. Tens and face cards count as 0 or what is referred to as “nothing”. Any other cards count as their face value. When the dealer adds up the hand and the count is higher than 9, the count will then become 0 again instead of 10.

5. The rule that determines whether or not the Banker will get a third card is called the Third Card Rule. Since the Banker does have an advantage ALL winning hands on the Banker side are charged 5% of what they win. We call this charge “commission”.

6. If both Player and Banker have the same total at the end of the hand it is called a Tie Hand and the bets do not win or lose.

7. Each of the hands (Player and Banker) will have either a “Stand Hand” or a “Draw Hand” on the first two cards dealt to them.

Baccarat consists of two hands dealt from a multiple deck shoe using 8 decks. One hand is called the Player’s hand; the other is called the Banker’s hand. Each hand consists of two cards each (minimum), or three cards each (maximum).

After the hands are dealt out and turned up in the designated areas, the cards are totaled and, using the last digit only, the hand closest to nine wins. In other words 16 becomes 6, 20 becomes 0, and 19 becomes 9. If the two hands have the same total the hand is a Tie and neither hand wins or loses. If either hand has 8 or 9 it is called a “Natural” winner.

The cards are valued as follows:
Ace                                 = 1
2 – 9                               = Face Value
Tens and face cards   = Zero or nothing

Toke Bets:  5% commission will be charged on all winning Bank Toke bets.

Spanish Blackjack Double Match

game-s21Spanish 21 is an increasingly popular variant of blackjack. It is played without tens in the deck and all face cards are still used. Spanish 21 uses the following rules:
•The game is played with six or eight decks dealt from a shoe. Each deck is a standard poker deck with the tens (but not face cards) removed, hence the name: a traditional Spanish deck consists of four sets of 1 through 9, a Jack, a Queen and a King; there are no tens. All cards have the same values as in blackjack.
•Blackjack pays 3:2.
•Hitting, standing, and splitting all follow the same rules as in blackjack, except drawing to split aces is allowed. Resplitting is also allowed.
•The player may surrender on the first two cards or after doubling down.
•The dealer always checks for blackjack with a face card showing before play continues, as in American blackjack games.
•The player may double down on any total, even after taking hit cards.
•In some casinos, the player may redouble after doubling down.
•The player may double down on any total, even after taking hit cards.
•In some casinos, the player may redouble after doubling down.
•A total of 21 always wins for the player. It never pushes against the dealer's 21.
•A five-card 21 pays 3:2, a six-card 21 pays 2:1, and a 21 with seven or more cards pays 3:1. However, these bonus payouts do not apply if the 21 was the result of doubling.
•6-7-8 of mixed suits pays 3:2, of the same suit pays 2:1, and of spades pays 3:1.
•Suited 7-7-7 against a dealer 7 pays a large bonus (for example, $1000 for bets $5-24 and $5000 for bets $25 and over). All other players at the table receive a $50 "envy bonus". This rule does not apply after splitting.
•In most casinos, dealer hits soft 17. The removal of the tens in each deck favors the dealer, however, the other additional rules all favor the player (except for dealer hitting soft 17), and usually result in a low house edge, often lower than traditional blackjack.

Ultimate Texas Hold'em

game-uthUltimate Texas Hold'em Progressive is a poker-based casino game in which the player may make one raise at any time during the course of the hand. The earlier the raise is made the higher it may be. Unlike other poker-based games, raises made after the ante still have action even if the dealer doesn't qualify.

Players and the dealer each receive two cards. They combine them with five community cards to make their best five-card hand.

Ultimate Texas Hold’em lets players bet aggressively. The earlier they bet, the more they can risk—and win. If players bet pre-flop, they may risk 3x or 4x their Ante. If they bet on the flop, they may bet 2x their Ante. And if they wait until the river—when all community cards are out—they may only bet 1x their Ante.

This game also features an optional bet, the Trips Bonus. Players win the Trips Bonus if their final five-card hand is three of a kind or higher. Odds printed on layout.
-The game is played with a single ordinary 52-card deck.
-The player must make an equal bet on both the Ante and Blind, and can also make an optional Trips bet.
-Two cards are dealt face down to the player and dealer. The player may look at his own cards.
-The player can check or make a Play bet equal to four times the Ante.
-The dealer turns over three community cards.
-If the player previously checked he may make a Play bet equal to two times his Ante. If the player already made a Play bet he may not bet further.
-Two final community cards are turned over.
-If the player previously checked twice he must either make a Play bet equal to exactly his Ante, or fold, losing both his Ante and Blind bets. If the player already raised he may not bet further.
-The player and dealer will both make the best possible hand using any combination of their own two cards and the five community cards.
-The dealer will need at least a pair to qualify.
-If the player and dealer tie then the Ante, Blind, and Play bets will all push.
-If the dealer qualifies and the player has the higher hand then the Ante will pay even money. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer has the higher hand then the Ante will lose. If the dealer does not qualify then the ante will push. (Note: The qualifying point only matters for purposes of the Ante bet.)
-If the player has the higher hand the Play bet will pay even money. If the dealer has the higher hand the Play bet will lose.
-If the player has the higher hand the Blind bet will pay according to the Blind Bet pay table below.
-If the dealer has the higher hand the Blind bet will lose.


 



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