GENERAL INFO

Casino Rules and Regulations

( Last Updated - November 11, 2013 )

Please note that your winnings do not accumulate as credits within our Table Games, Slot Machines, and Video Poker Games. Each time you win, your winnings are deposited directly into your account balance, so you do not have to 'Cash Out' when you want to leave the game - your winnings have already been placed in your account.


Table Game Rules

- Baccarat
- Battle Royale
- Blackjack
- Blackjack Super 7's
- Bermuda Poker
- Free Ride
- Craps
- Pai Gow Poker
- Red Dog
- Roulette
- Sic Bo


Video Poker Game Rules

- Deuces Wild
- Jacks or Better
- Jokers Wild


Slot Machine Game Rules

- Slot Machines




Baccarat

Baccarat is a sophisticated game originating in Europe. Players can wager on the player, the banker, or a tie, while trying to obtain a total card value closest to nine. Two hands of two cards are dealt, one representing the players hand and one representing the bankers hand. Depending on the value of the hands, a third card may be drawn for each hand. The winning hand is the one with a card total closest to nine.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place a wager. This amount appears in the betting areas on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click on each betting area until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet. Bets, can be placed on the players hand, the banker's hand, a tie or a combination of the tie bet and one other bet. You cannot place a bet on the player and banker in the same game.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Deal. Both you and the banker will be dealt two cards face up. Depending on the cards received, both parties may be dealt an additional third card. A winner is determined.
Game Rules

Baccarat uses a four deck shoe. No hand receives more than three cards.
When the player and banker hands are equal then the hand is declared a tie. Tens and face cards are worth zero, aces are worth one, and all other cards are worth their face value. If the value of a hand exceeds nine, then the value is adjusted by subtracting 10 from the total as shown below.


Hand Actual Value
+ = 15 5
+ + = 18 8
+ = 19 Natural 9
+ = 8 Natural 8

Third Card Rule

After the first two cards are dealt to both the player and banker, a third card may be dealt, subject to the Third Card Rule. The player's hand is always played first followed by the banker's hand. The following tables illustrate how the player's hand determines how the banker's hand will be played out.
The following table explains how to complete the player's hand.

If a player's cards total: The player must:
0-5 Draw a third card
6-7 Stand
8-9 Stand (Natural)

Once the outcome of the player's hand has been determined the following table can be used to complete the banker's hand.
  • Refer to Table A only if the player hand equals six or seven and the player did not draw a third card. Otherwise refer to the Table B.
Table A
If a banker's cards total: The banker must:
3-5 Draw a third card
6+ Stand


Table B
If a banker's cards total: The banker must draw when the player's third card is: The banker must stand when the player's third card is:
0-2 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
3 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10 8
4 2,3,4,5,6,7 1,8,9,10
5 4,5,6,7 1,2,3,8,9,10
6 6,7 1,2,3,4,5,8,9,10
7 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Game Payouts

If you place a winning wager the payouts are as follows:

Winning Wager Payout
Player hand wager 1:1
Banker hand wager 1:1 (less 5% house commission)
Tie wager 8:1
  • If the tie wager mentioned above is part of a combination bet; for example, a tie wager plus a player hand wager, and the outcome is a tie, then the player hand wager becomes a push and the payout results from the tie wager alone.
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Battle Royale

Battle Royale is a simple game based on the children's game War. Once the ante has been placed, you and the dealer each receive one face-up card. The high card wins. If there is a tie, the player has the opportunity to surrender or battle for the chance to win up to 3:1 odds.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet, known as an ante. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt one face-up card. No additional cards are dealt except in the event of a tie.
  5. Click Surrender or Battle in the case of a tie.
    • Choose Surrender if you do not want to go to battle. When you choose Surrender, the game ends with the dealer winning. You will lose half of your original wager.
    • Choose Battle if you want to go to battle. When you choose Battle, a bet is automatically placed equal to your ante. You and the dealer are dealt three cards face down followed by one card face-up. The face-up cards are compared and the high card wins.

Game Rules

Battle Royale uses a one deck shoe. Suits do not matter in Battle Royale.
If your card is higher than the dealer's card, you win the round and are paid an amount equal to your initial bet.
  • If your ante was $10, and you went to battle you would make an additional $10 wager. If your battle card is higher than the dealer's, you receive your two $10 bets back, and are paid an additional $10 in winnings.
If you go to battle and your second card ties the dealer's second card, you win at odds of 3:1 on your battle bet.
  • If your ante was $10, and you went to battle you would make an additional $10 wager. If you tie the dealer, your initial ante and wager are returned and you receive $30 for your battle bet.
Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

First Round Result
Dealer has high card Dealer wins
Player has High Card Player Wins
Tie See Battle Round


Battle Round Result
Player Surrenders Player loses half of initial wager
Player High Card Player wins at 1:1 odds
Tie Player wins at 3:1 odds on Battle Bet
Dealer High Card Player loses initial wager plus Battle Bet

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Multi-Hand Blackjack

Blackjack is the most popular casino card game in the world. The name Blackjack arose when an American casino decided to popularize the game by paying a bonus to any player holding the ace of spades and either the jack of clubs or jack of spades. The object of the game is simple – obtain a total card count higher than that of the dealer without exceeding 21.

Game Play

Before receiving any cards, you must place a wager.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt two cards. Both of your cards will be face up, but only one of the dealer's cards will be face up.
  5. Review your cards.
    • To receive another card, click Hit.
    • If you are satisfied with your hand and wish to double your initial wager, click Double.
    • If you receive two cards of equal value and wish to split them into two new hands of one card each, click Split.
    • If you are satisfied with your hand and your wager, click Stand.
Game Rules

Blackjack uses a six deck shoe. The face cards - jack, queen and king, all have a value of 10, aces count as either 1 or 11, and the remaining cards are worth their face value.

If your hand exceeds 21, you bust and automatically lose the hand. If you have the same card total as the dealer, from 17 and up, no one wins and you get your wager back in a push.

The dealer must stand on 17 and above and draw on 16 and below.
If the dealer's face-up card is an ace, you will be asked if you wish to buy insurance.

Game Payouts

If you get Blackjack (21), the payout is 3:2. If your hand beats the dealer's hand but does not equal 21, the payout is 1:1.

Hand Who wins?
Dealer busts (hand exceeds 21) Player wins
Player's hand is closest to 21 Player wins
Player busts (hand exceeds 21) Dealer wins
Dealer's hand is closest to 21 Dealer wins
Hands are equal or a push is achieved No loss or gain

Blackjack Terms and Lingo

Term Definition
Bust A hand in blackjack that goes over twenty-one. If you bust you lose.
Double Down Allows you to double your initial wager. The bet is placed after the first two cards are dealt. Only double your bet when you are reasonably sure you will only need one more card to win. Your bet will be placed automatically and you will be dealt one last card. Your hand will always consist of only three cards when doubling. Also known as doubling down.
Face-up card The card in the dealer's hand that is face up for you to see before you play your hand. Also known as open card or up card.
Hard hand Any hand that does not contain an ace. Or a hand that contains one or more aces that count as only one point.
Hit To ask the dealer for another card.
Insurance A side bet that equals half of the original wager. Insurance gives you a chance to protect yourself from the dealer's Blackjack.
If the dealer's card is an ace, there is the possibility of blackjack. When this happens you will be asked whether you would like to buy insurance. If you believe the dealer has blackjack, you can buy insurance to protect yourself. If the dealer gets blackjack, the insurance will pay 2:1, which equals your original bet. If you have insured yourself and the dealer does not obtain blackjack, then you lose your insurance but retain your original wager.
Natural A two-card hand of 21 points. Sometimes referred to as blackjack.
Push A tie hand between you and the dealer. Occurs when you and the dealer have unbusted hands with the same total points.
Soft hand Any hand that contains an ace that can be counted as 11. For example, an ace and a 6 is called a soft 17.
Split If you are dealt two cards of identical value you can split them into two new hands of one card each. Each hand would then be played out in turn. You may only split a hand once. The wager placed on each new hand will be equal to the original bet. You may double down on one or both of the new hands. When aces are split, only one card will be dealt to each hand. A split hand resulting in blackjack pays out a ratio of 1:1 rather than the normal 3:2.
Stand Stand is to be satisfied with your hand and refuse another card.

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Blackjack Super 7's

Blackjack Super 7 is a variation of the most popular casino card game in the world. The name Blackjack arose when an American casino decided to popularize the game by paying a bonus to any player holding the ace of spades and either the jack of clubs or jack of spades. The object of the game is simple – obtain a total card count higher than that of the dealer without exceeding 21.

Game Play

Before receiving any cards, you must place a wager and decide whether to place the optional Super 7 bet.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click in the Super 7 betting circle until the number of chips is equal to the amount you wish to bet.
  5. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt two cards. Both of your cards will be face up, but only one of the dealer's cards will be face up.
  6. Review your cards.
    • To receive another card, click Hit.
    • If you are satisfied with your hand and wish to double your initial wager, click Double.
    • If you receive two cards of equal value and wish to split them into two new hands of one card each, click Split.
    • If you are satisfied with your hand and your wager, click Stand.

Game Rules

Blackjack Super 7's uses a six deck shoe. The face cards - jack, queen and king, all have a value of 10, aces count as either 1 or 11, and the remaining cards are worth their face value.

If your hand exceeds 21, you bust and automatically lose the hand. If you have the same card total as the dealer, from 17 and up, no one wins and you get your wager back in a push.

The dealer must stand on 17 and above and draw on 16 and below.
If the dealer's face-up card is an ace, you will be asked if you wish to buy insurance.

The Super 7 bet lets you shoot for the big win while playing up to three hands of Blackjack at a time. The minimum Super 7 wager is $1 and the maximum is $10.

Game Payouts

The Super 7 optional bet is settled separately, prior to your regular Blackjack wager.

Hand Payout
First card is a 7 of any suit 3:1
First and second card dealt are 7s of different suits 50:1
First and second card dealt are 7s of same suits 100:1
First, second and third cards dealt are 7s of different suits 500:1
First, second and third cards dealt are 7s of same suits 5000:1

If you get Blackjack (21), the payout is 3:2. If your hand beats the dealer's hand but does not equal 21, the payout is 1:1.

Hand Who Wins?
Dealer busts (hand exceeds 21) Player wins
Player's hand is closest to 21 Player wins
Player busts (hand exceeds 21) Dealer wins
Dealer's hand is closest to 21 Dealer wins
Hands are equal or a push is achieved No Loss or Gain

Blackjack Terms and Lingo

Term Definition
Bust A hand in blackjack that goes over 21. If you bust you lose.
Double Allows you to double your initial wager. The bet is placed after the first two cards are dealt. Only double your bet when you are reasonably sure you will only need one more card to win. Your bet will be placed automatically and you will be dealt one last card. Your hand will always consist of only three cards when doubling. Also known as doubling down.
Face-up card The card in the dealer's hand that is face up for you to see before you play your hand. Also known as open card or up card.
Hard hand Any hand that does not contain an ace or a hand that contains one or more aces that count as only one point.
Hit To ask the dealer for another card.
Insurance A side bet that equals half of the original wager. Insurance gives you a chance to protect yourself from the dealer's Blackjack.
If the dealer's card is an ace, there is the possibility of blackjack. When this happens you will be asked whether you would like to buy insurance. If you believe the dealer has blackjack, you can buy insurance to protect yourself. If the dealer gets blackjack, the insurance will pay 2:1, which equals your original bet. If you have insured yourself and the dealer does not obtain blackjack, then you lose your insurance but retain your original wager.
Natural A two-card hand of 21 points, sometimes referred to as blackjack.
Push A tie hand between you and the dealer, occurs when you and the dealer have unbusted hands with the same total points.
Soft hand Any hand that contains an ace that can be counted as 11. For example, an ace and a 6 is called a soft 17.
Split Pairs If you are dealt two cards of identical value you can split them into two new hands of one card each. Each hand would then be played out in turn. You may only split a hand once. The wager placed on each new hand will be equal to the original bet. You may double down on one or both of the new hands. When aces are split, only one card will be dealt to each hand. A split hand resulting in blackjack pays out a ratio of 1:1 rather than the normal 3:2.
Stand Stand is to be satisfied with your hand and refuse another card.

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Bermuda Poker

Bermuda poker is a solo version of the most popular card game, poker. Bermuda poker pits the player against the dealer, with payouts according to the rank of the poker hand. Bermuda poker also offers a separate progressive jackpot bet for $1.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet, known as an ante. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Progressive to participate in the progressive jackpot (optional). When you place a $1 bet on the progressive jackpot, a light appears on the coin slot in front of the betting circle to indicate that you have bet on the progressive jackpot.
  5. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt a hand of five cards. All of your cards will be face up, but only one of the dealer's cards will be face up. No additional cards are dealt.
  6. Click Fold or Raise.
    • Choose Fold if you have a hand that you do not believe will win. When you choose Fold, the game ends with the dealer winning. You will lose your ante and can start again.
    • Choose Raise if you have a hand that you believe will win. When you choose Raise, your ante will double. Your ante is now called your bet. The dealer's cards will be turned face up to determine the winner.

Game Rules

Bermuda poker uses a one deck shoe. If the dealer's hand does not have a rank of an Ace-King or higher, the dealer fails to qualify and the game is over. Your bet is returned to you with double your ante.
  • Your ante is $20. You want to play your hand so you choose Raise. Your bet is now double your ante, that's $40. The dealer fails to qualify. Your $20 bet is returned to you, along with double your ante, another $40. You are up $20.
If the dealer's hand qualifies, it is compared to your hand. If the dealer's hand is higher, you will lose both your ante and your bet. If the dealer's hand is lower, you will receive twice your ante and will be paid out on your bet according to the payout schedule. The odds that your winning hand pays out are shown on the table top next to the betting circle.

If your hand and the dealer's tie on rank, whoever has the next highest ranking card is the winner. If there is an absolute tie, you will get all your money back.

Once the game is over, you will have the chance to change your ante and begin again.
  • If you do not have enough credits to ante or bet, or if all of your credits are nonrefundable credit, such as bonus chips, you will receive messages to inform you of this. You can then choose to purchase more chips and continue to play.
Bermuda Poker Hands

Hand Definition Example
Royal Flush The highest hand in poker. Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.
One Pair Two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.
Ace–King An ace and a king and three unmatched cards.

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

Hand Payout
Royal Flush 100:1
Straight Flush 50:1
Four of a Kind 20:1
Full House 7:1
Flush 5:1
Straight 4:1
Three of a Kind 3:1
Two Pair 2:1
One Pair 1:1
Ace-King 1:1

Progressive Jackpot

You can place a $1 bonus bet if you wish to participate in a progressive jackpot. By placing an additional $1 wager, you have the chance to win even when the dealer does not qualify. Below are the winnings based on the optional $1 wager.

Note: The dealer does not need to qualify for you to win based on the value of your own five-card hand.

Hand Payout
Royal Flush 100% of the Jackpot
Straight Flush 10% of the Jackpot
Four of a Kind $250
Full House $150
Flush $100

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Craps

There are quite a few philosophies on the history of Craps. One is that in primordial times rolling of bones was made to marvel the will of the gods, and that from this developed both dice and different dice games (including Craps). Another side has the game sprouting from an early Arab game accepted through England, France and North America. Though, all historians seem to concur that Craps was brought over to North America from Europe in the early 1700's. The game was first played on riverboats in the United States and then traveled west with the border as the country expanded.
"Street Craps" and "Bank Craps" are two common forms of Craps enjoyed today. Street Craps is the selection you would find being played in informal settings. The gaming is simplified, and somebody has to envelop the wager in order for the game to move forward. Bank Craps then again is the form played in casinos. The betting is more complex and the house wraps the bets (banks the game) so the players are in result playing against the house.

Game Play

To understand craps the first thing you need to learn is that it is a game of rounds. The first roll is called the "come out" roll. Sometimes the outcome of a round will be determined on the come out roll. A 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll immediately ends a round. If any other total is rolled (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) that number is called the point. The dealer will place a white puck (white circle which can be either "on" or "off") on an area of the table to designate which point is "on". If a point is rolled, the dice will be rolled continuously until the same point is rolled again or a 7 is rolled, which ends the round and all bets that are still outstanding, lose. When that happens, the point comes off and new round starts.

Game Rules

Pass Line

This is the most common bet in craps. You place your bet on the Pass Line area on the table on a come out roll. If the come out roll is a 7 or 11 you win. If the come out roll is a 2, 3, or 12 you lose. If any point is rolled on the come out roll and if the same point is rolled before a 7 is rolled, you win. If a 7 comes before the point you lose. You cannot remove a Pass Line bet after the point has been made. Pass Line bet pays 1:1.

Taking the Odds (Pass Line Odds)

The odds are simply an additional wager that the point will be rolled before a 7 and can be only placed after the come out role if the point is made. Odds bets are paid out at: 2:1 if the point is 4 or 10, 3:2 if the point is 5 or 9, and 6:5 if the point is 6 or 8. Odds bets can be removed or reduced at any time. You can only place the Odds bet if you have a Pass bet on. The maximum amount of the Odds bet is five times the amount of the Pass Line bet.

Don't Pass Line

This is almost the opposite of the Pass Line bet. This bet is placed against the shooter and wins if craps (2 or 3) is thrown on the come-out roll and loses if 7 or 11 are thrown. A 12 is a push. If any point is rolled on the come out roll and if the same point is rolled before a 7 is rolled, you lose. If the 7 comes before the point you win. You cannot remove a Don't Pass bet after the point has been made. Don't Pass Line bet pays 1:1.

Laying the Odds (Don't Pass Line Odds)

On the contrary to Taking the Odds, Laying the odds is an additional wager that 7 will be rolled before the point; and it can be only placed after the point has been made. Odds bets are paid out at: 1:2 if the point is 4 or 10, 2:3 if the point is 5 or 9, and 5:6 if the point is 6 or 8. Odds bet can be removed or reduced at any time.

Come

This bet is exactly the same as a Pass Line bet but it only can be made after the point is established. If 7 or 11 rolls, you win. If a 2, 3, or 12 come, you lose. If 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 rolls, the dealer moves your bet to the number that rolled which becomes your 'point' for that bet. If you throw this same number again, you win; if a 7 is rolled before your point, you lose. Once your bet has been moved to the appropriate box, if 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 was thrown when you placed your Come bet, you can take the odds on it just like taking the odds on a Pass Line Bet.

Don't Come

Again, this bet is similar to the Don't Pass bet with only one difference, it can be made only after a point has been made. You cannot remove the Don't Come bet after it has been placed until it is resolved. Once your bet has been moved to the appropriate box, if 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 was thrown when you placed your Don't Come bet, you can take the odds on it just like taking the odds on a Don't Pass Line Bet.

Buy Bets (Replaces 'Place Bets')

This bet can be made on the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. It is a bet that the relevant number will be thrown before a 7. Buy bets can only be made or altered when the point is on, as identified by the puck. Note: Our Craps game charges a 5% Lay Commission on both winning and losing Buy wagers.

Lay Bets

Lay bet is the opposite of the buy bet. This bet can be made on the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. It is a bet that a 7 will be thrown before the relevant number. Lay bets can only be made or altered when the point is on, as identified by the puck. Note: Our Craps game charges a 5% Lay Commission on both winning and losing Lay wagers.

Field Bets

This is a bet on the outcome of the next throw only. It pays even money if a 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 is thrown and 2:1 if Snake Eyes (2) or Boxcars (12) are thrown; if 5,6,7 or 8 come, you lose.

Hard Way Bets

This bet can be made on 4, 6, 8 or 10. It is a bet that the relevant number will be thrown in its double form (for instance, a hard 8 occurs when two 4s are thrown) before a 7 and before that number is thrown in any other combination.

Proposition Bets

A number of wagering options that includes any craps, any 7 and either 2, 12, 3 or 11 being thrown on the next roll. For details and payouts please see the table below.

Big 6

A Big 6 bet is even money bet that 6 will be rolled before 7.

Big 8

A Big 8 bet is even money bet that 8 will be rolled before 7.

Game Pay Outs

Bet Type Payout
Pass Line 1:1
Don't Pass Line 1:1
Come Bet 1:1
Don't Come Bet 1:1
Pass/Come Taking the Odds
- 6 or 8 6:5
- 5 or 9 3:2
- 4 or 10 2:1
Pass/Come Laying the Odds
- 6 or 8 5:6
- 5 or 9 2:3
- 4 or 10 1:2
Field Bet
- 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 1:1
- 2 or 12 2:1
Buy Bets
- 6 or 8 6:5 less 5% of the Wager Amount
- 5 or 9 3:2 less 5% of the Wager Amount
- 4 or 10 2:1 less 5% of the Wager Amount
Lay Bets
- 6 or 8 5:6 less 5% of the Wager Amount
- 5 or 9 2:3 less 5% of the Wager Amount
- 4 or 10 1:2 less 5% of the Wager Amount
Big 6 or 8 1:1
Proposition Bets
- Any 7 4:1
- Any 11 15:1
- Any Craps (2, 3, or 12) 7:1
- Craps 2 30:1
- Craps 3 15:1
- Craps 12 30:1
Hard Way Bets
- Hard 6 or 8 9:1
- Hard 4 or 10 7:1

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Free Ride

Free Ride is based on stud poker. You are dealt three cards and given two opportunities to raise your bet and receive an additional card. If your five-card hand ranks high enough you win. Free Ride also offers a separate progressive jackpot bet for $1.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet, known as an ante. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click on the betting circle marked “A” until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Progressive to participate in the progressive jackpot (optional). When you place a $1 bet on the progressive jackpot, a light appears on the coin slot in front of the betting circle to indicate that you have bet on the progressive jackpot.
  5. Click Deal. You will be dealt a hand of five cards. Three of your cards will be face up and two of your cards will be face down. No additional cards are dealt.
  6. Click Bet or Pass.
    • Choose Bet if you think the three cards lying face up are part of a winning poker hand. When you choose Bet, your initial bet is doubled and one of the two remaining cards is turned face up. There are two chances to bet.
    • Choose Pass if you have a hand that you do not believe will win. There are two opportunities to choose Pass. When you choose pass one of the remaining cards is turned face up to reveal more of your hand. There are two chances to pass.

Game Rules

Free Ride uses a one deck shoe. Remember you are not competing against the dealer; you are just trying to get the best hand possible. Even if you pass twice, you could still qualify to win based on your initial wager.

Make sure your initial wager is greater than the minimum bet for the table.
  • The maximum bet refers to your initial bet, and that the total bet per hand may exceed the maximum bet if you choose to raise.
Free Ride Poker Hands

Hand Definition Example
Royal Flush The highest hand in poker. Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.
Pair of 10s or Better Two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.

Game Payouts

The maximum payout in Free Ride, which is set by the casino, is shown inside a display box at the edge of the table.
  • Casino A has a $20,000 maximum payout limit on Free Ride and a progressive jackpot of $5,000. A player bets $60 on Free Ride, and makes the $1 progressive bet.
  • He/she obtains a Royal Flush and expects to win $60,000 but actually only wins $20,000, regardless of the odds given below, because $20,000 is the maximum payout amount designated for that table.
    This player also played the progressive so, according to the progressive jackpot payout schedule, his/her winnings would include 100% of the progressive jackpot giving her a grand total of $25,000 in winnings.
A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

Hand Payout
Royal Flush 1000:1
Straight Flush 200:1
Four of a Kind 50:1
Full House 11:1
Flush 8:1
Straight 5:1
Three of a Kind 3:1
Two Pair 2:1
Pair of 10s or Better 1:1

Progressive Jackpot

You can place a $1 bonus bet if you wish to participate in a progressive jackpot. By placing an additional $1 wager, you have the chance to win a portion or all of the jackpot based on the strength of your hand. Below is the payout schedule for this optional $1 wager.

Hand Payout
Royal Flush 100% of the Jackpot
Straight Flush 10% of the Jackpot
Four of a Kind $250
Full House $150
Flush $100

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Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow poker is a westernized version of the Chinese dominoes game Pai Gow. Players must arrange seven cards into two poker hands – one five-card and one two-card hand, so that each hand beats the dealers corresponding hand.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place a wager against the banker, who is represented by the dealer. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Deal. You and the dealer will each be dealt a hand of seven cards. All of your cards will be face up, but none of the dealer's cards will be face up. No additional cards are dealt.
  5. Click Sort. Your hand will be displayed in ascending order.
  6. Click two of the seven cards in your hand. These cards make up your low hand, while the remaining five cards become your high hand. Click on a selected card at anytime prior to the split, you are able to make a new selection.
  7. Click Split to physically divide the cards into two separate hands. The dealer's cards will be turned face up to determine the winner.
Game Rules

Paigow poker uses a one deck shoe. The deck includes one joker. Each seven-card hand must be set into two hands, a five-card hand (high hand) and a two-card hand (low hand). The five-card hand must always rank higher than the two-card hand.

You must win both hands to receive a payout. If both of the dealers hands are winners then the house wins.

If your hands are copies of the dealers hands then you lose. All copies go to the dealer.

Any combination of win and loss across both hands results in a push. In this case your bet is returned to you.

Pai Gow Poker Hands

Hand Example
5 of a Kind The highest hand in the Pai Gow poker hierarchy includes 4 aces and a joker.
Royal Flush Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.
One Pair Two cards of the same denomination and three unmatched cards.
No Pair All five cards of different rank and a variety of suits.

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

Player's Hand Payout
High hand wins, low hand loses Push
High hand loses, low hand wins Push
High hand wins, low hand wins 1:1 less 5% house commission

Pai Gow Terms and Lingo

Term Definition
Banker A player who books the action of the other players at the table. In this case the banker is the dealer.
Copy Identical hands received by the player and the dealer. This may include the two-card hand, the five-card hand, or both. Copies go to the dealer.
Foul hand A five-card hand (high hand) that has a lower ranking than the two-card hand (low hand). A player is prompted to choose a different two-card hand.
High hand A five-card hand.
Joker A wild card that can be used in straights, flushes and straight flushes or as an ace.
Low hand A two-card hand.
Push A tie hand between you and the dealer where each party holds a combination of winning and losing hands. No money is won or lost.
Set The act of separating the dealt hand into a five-card hand and a two-card hand.
Split To set the dealt hand into two separate hands of five and two cards.

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Red Dog

Red Dog, also known as Acey-Deucey or Between the Sheets, is easy to play. Two cards are drawn. You can wager on whether the third card drawn will rank between the first two cards. The tighter the spread between the first two cards the higher the payout if the third card drawn ranks between the first two cards.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial bet, known as an ante. This amount appears on the betting circle on the table top.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click the betting circle until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Deal. Two cards are dealt face up.
  5. Click Raise or Don't Raise.
    • Choose Raise if you believe the next card dealt will rank between the two face-up cards. When you choose Raise, an amount equal to your ante will be wagered and the game is played out.
    • Choose Don't Raise if you have a hand that you do not believe the next card dealt will rank between the two face-up cards. When you choose Don't Raise, the game is played out based on your original wager.

Game Rules

Red Dog uses a one deck shoe. After your initial bet is placed, two cards are dealt face up to either side of the table. There are three possible outcomes: pair, consecutive card or nonconsecutive card. The table below illustrates when a third card would be dealt.

First 2 Cards Then 3rd Card The Hand Outcome
A Pair Dealt The value of the third card is identical to the first two cards Your original wager is returned plus you win eleven times your original wager.
A Pair Dealt The value of the third card is not identical to the first two cards. The hand is declared a push and your original wager is returned.
Consecutive Not dealt The hand is complete. The hand is declared a push and your original wager is returned.
Nonconsecutive An option: Raise A second bet equal to your initial bet is placed, and a third card is drawn. The value of the third card is between the values of the first and second cards. Your original wager is added to your additional wager and then multiplied by one of four payoutsdepending on the spread of the cards.
Nonconsecutive An option: Raise A second bet equal to your initial bet is placed, and a third card is drawn. The third card is either identical to one of the two cards already drawn or falls outside of the range of the first two cards. You lose your initial wager plus your additional wager.
Nonconsecutive An option: Don't Raise The dealer draws the third card, but only your initial wager will be in play. The value of the third card is between the values of the first and second cards. Your original wager is returned plus you receive the original wager amount multiplied by one of four payoutsdepending on the spread of the cards.
Nonconsecutive An option: Don't Raise A second bet equal to your initial bet is placed, and a third card is drawn. The third card is either identical to one of the two cards already drawn or falls outside of the range of the first two cards. You lose your original wager.

The following table summarizes card values.

Rank Value
Card numbers 2-10 Face Value
J 11
Q 12
K 13
A 14

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the following odds:

Hand Example Payout
3 of a Kind draw 11:1
Spread of 1 draw 5:1
Spread of 2 draw 4:1
Spread of 3 draw 2:1
Spread of 4-11 draw 1:1
Consecutive cards no draw Push

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Roulette

In the early eighteenth century Hoca was played in casinos across Europe. The game evolved to include a spinning wheel with 38 numbers and two zeros. Players try to determine which number or color the ball will ultimately land on. Roulette is among the most popular casino games in Europe, Asia and North America

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place your wagers. The wagers appear on the betting table.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click specific area of the betting table until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Spin. The wheel is spun counterclockwise and the ball is spun clockwise. As the wheel slows down, the ball drops into one of the numbered grooves.
Bet Types

There are multiple types of roulette bets that are categorized as Inside bets or Outside bets.

The following Inside Bets can be made in Roulette:

Bet Type Definition
Straight A wager on one number where the chip is placed in the center of the number you want to bet on (1-36, 0, 00). If the ball lands on this number you win.
Split or Two Number A wager on two numbers where the chip is placed on the line between the two numbers you want to bet on. If the ball lands on either of these numbers you win.
Street or Three Number A wager on three adjacent numbers where the chip is placed on the outside line of the row you want to bet on. If one of these three numbers comes up, you win.
Corner A wager on four numbers where the chip is placed in the center of four numbers. If one of these numbers comes up you win.
Five-Number Line The only five number wager you can make is on the numbers 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3. Place your chip on the outside line that divides the 0 and 1. If any of these five numbers comes up you win.
Six-Number Line A wager on two rows of three numbers. Place your chip between the the two rows but along the outside edge. If any of the six numbers come up you win.

The following Outside Bets can be made in Roulette:

Bet type Definition
Any Red or Black A wager placed on the color of the winning number. Place your chip on either the black spot or the red spot.
Any Low or High Number A wager placed on the range in which the winning number will fall. You can cover the numbers 19-36 (high) by placing a chip on the 19-36 spot or you can cover the numbers 1-18 (low) by placing a chip on the 1-18 spot.
Any Even or Odd A wager placed on all odd numbers or all even numbers by putting your chip on either the even spot or the odd spot.
Column A wager placed on any one of the three long columns of twelve numbers. To make the Column bet place your chip on any one of the 2-1 spots. The zero and double zero are not covered by any of these columns.
Dozen These bets divide the roulette table into three sections of twelve. Place your chip on one of three spots: 1-12, 13-24, and 25-36. If the winning number falls into the range you bet on then you win.

History Table

The previous winning numbers are displayed in a table in the upper right corner of the screen. The most recently called number is always displayed at the top of the History Table.

Winning numbers are displayed in one of three possible colors:

Color Used to display the following numbers
Red Red
Yellow Black
Green 00 or 0

Game Payouts

The following bet types pay out according to the following odds:

Bet Type Payout
Straight Number 35:1
Split or Two Number 17:1
Street or Three Number 11:1
Corner 8:1
Five-Number Line 6:1
Six-Number Line 5:1
Any Red or Black 1:1
Any Low Number or High Number 1:1
Any Even or Odd 1:1
Dozen 2:1
Column 2:1

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Sic Bo

Sic Bo is an ancient Chinese game that is easy to learn, and fun to play. Sic Bo literally means, dice pairs. It is similar to a popular English game known as Grand Hazard, and the Filipino game, Hi-Lo. Players select winning numbers or combinations of the numbers appearing on three dice. Bets are placed on one or more of the fifty possible wagers.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place your wagers. The wagers appear on the betting table.

  1. Select a chip value of either $1, $5, $10, $25, or $100.
  2. Click specific areas of the betting table until the number of chips displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click the betting circle to remove chips. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected chip.
  4. Click Shake Dice. The dealer rolls the dice and the resulting dice combination is displayed. Payouts are printed on the table. Note: If you are playing the instant play version of Sic Bo (Java games) will read "Click Roll" rather than "Click Shake Dice".
Bet Types

The following bets can be made in Sic Bo:

Bet type Definition
Single Number The bottom row of the Sic Bo table has six betting areas. These are called Single Number bets. If one, two or three of the dice match the number bet, you win.
Two Number Combinations Two Number Combination bets consist of placing a wager on any two dice combinations. You can win on each instance of the two-number combination, so 6, 4, 4 would pay out twice.
Three Number Totals Three Number Totals are the total of all three dice. The less frequent the odds of each total, the higher the payout. A result of 3 or 18 is always a loss.
Small or Big You can wager on whether the combined total of the dice roll will be between 4-10 or 11-17. All Small and Big wagers lose if the result of the roll is a triplet (for instance, three 5s).
Triplet You are betting that the roll will result in three dice containing the same digit. You can also wager on all six Triplet bets at once. This is called Any Triplet.
Pair Pair bets win when the resulting dice roll contains a pair of the same number. Whether you have two 5s or three 5s you win only once.

Game Payouts

The following bet types win based on the sum of the dice and pay out according to the following odds:

Bet type You win if the sum of all three dice equals: Exceptions Payout
Small Wager 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 Triple 2s and 3s 1:1
Big Wager 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17 Triple 4s and 5s 1:1
Three Dice Totals 5 or 16
6 or 15
7 or 14
8 or 13
9 or 12
10 or 11
Any other total
Any other total
Any other total
Any other total
Any other total
Any other total

30:1
17:1
12:1
8:1
6:1
6:1

The following bet types win based on the specific numbers rolled and pay out according to the following odds:

Bet type You win if: Examples Payout
Specific Triples The number you choose comes up on all three dice. 3, 3, 3 180:1
Specific Doubles The number you choose comes up on two of the dice or all three dice. 4, 4, 4 or 4, 4, 2 10:1
Any Triple Any of the numbers come up on all three dice 1, 1, 1 to 6, 6, 6 30:1
Dice Combinations The combination you wagered on comes up. 1 and 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6
2 and 3, 4, 5 or 6
3 and 4, 5 or 6
4 and 5 or 6
5 and 6

5:1
5:1
5:1
5:1
5:1
Single Die The number you choose comes up on one, two or three of the dice. 2
2, 2
2, 2, 2

1:1
2:1
3:1


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Video Poker

Deuces Wild Video Poker

The object of Deuces Wild video poker is to attain the highest ranked poker hand, using two as a wildcard (a two can represent any card in the deck). The payoff for each hand is displayed on the video poker machine face.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial wager.
  1. Select a coin value of either 5¢, 25¢, $1, or $5.
  2. Click the coin slot, Bet One or Bet Max.

    • Click the coin slot, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet One, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet Max once to bet the maximum amount allowed.
  1. To reduce your bet amount, right-click on either the coin slot or Bet One to remove coins. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected coin each time you right-click. You can also click Cash-Out to remove all coins prior to spinning the reels.
  2. Click Deal and five cards will appear face up on the screen.
Game Rules

Deuces Wild video poker uses a one deck shoe. The deck is reshuffled after every hand. Once the cards are dealt, you may choose to keep any of the cards by either clicking Hold, found directly below the card, or on the card. Once you have selected the cards you want to keep, click Deal and the remaining cards will be exchanged for new cards. After this second deal, hands are compared and a winning hand is paid out based on the rank of the resulting poker hand.

Deuces Wild Poker Hands

Deuces Wild poker hands are valued based on the following five-card ranking.

Hand Definition Example
Natural Royal Flush The highest hand in Deuces Wild video poker consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Four Deuces Four cards are twos plus one addition card.
Deuces Royal Flush Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit with one of these cards represented by a deuce. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Five of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit plus a two.
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the number of coins wagered and their value.
  • If you select the $1 coin and then Bet Max your wager will be five coins of $1 or $5. If you get a Straight Flush then according to the payout schedule below you will win 65 coins with the same value as your original bet or $65 (65 x $1).
The following payout schedule illustrates the number of coins to be won if you bet 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 coins.

Hand 1 Coin 2 Coins 3 Coins 4 Coins 5 Coins
Natural Royal Flush 500 1000 1500 2000 4000
Four Deuces 100 200 300 4000 500
Deuces Royal Flush 20 40 60 80 100
Five of a Kind 12 24 36 48 60
Straight Flush 8 16 24 32 40
Four of a Kind 5 10 15 20 25
Full House 4 8 12 16 20
Flush 2 4 6 8 10
Straight 2 4 6 8 10
Three of a Kind 1 2 3 4 5

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Jacks or Better Video Poker

Jacks or Better video poker is extremely popular because it moves fast and is easy to play, while retaining an element of strategy. The object of Jacks or Better video poker is to attain the highest ranked poker hand. The payoff for each hand is displayed on the video poker machine face.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial wager.
  1. Select a coin value of either 5¢, 25¢, $1, or $5.
  2. Click the coin slot, Bet One or Bet Max.

    • Click the coin slot, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet One, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet Max once to bet the maximum amount allowed.
  1. To reduce your bet amount, right-click on either the coin slot or Bet One to remove coins. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected coin each time you right-click. You can also click Cash-Out to remove all coins prior to spinning the reels.
  2. Click Deal and five cards will appear face up on the screen.
Game Rules

Jacks or Better video poker uses a one deck shoe. The deck is reshuffled after every hand. Once the cards are dealt, you may choose to keep any of the cards by either clicking Hold, found directly below the card, or on the card. Once you have selected which cards to hold, Click Deal and the remaining cards will be exchanged for new cards. After this second deal, you are paid out based on the rank of the resulting poker hand.

Jacks or Better Video Poker Hands

Jacks or Better video poker hands are valued based on the following five-card ranking.

Hand Definition Example
Royal Flush The highest hand in Jacks or Better video poker consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.
Pair of Jacks or Better A pair of jacks or other pairs with a ranking higher than a jack.

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the number of coins wagered and their value.
  • If you select the $1 coin and then Bet Max your wager will be 5 coins of $1 so therefore $5. If you get a Straight Flush then according to the payout schedule below you will win 250 coins with the same value as your original bet so therefore $250.
The following payout schedule illustrates the number of coins to be won if you bet 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 coins.

Hand 1 Coin 2 Coins 3 Coins 4 Coins 5 Coins
Royal Flush 500 1000 1500 2000 5000
Straight Flush 50 100 150 200 250
Four 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
Three of a Kind 3 6 9 12 15
Two Pairs 2 4 6 8 10
Pair of Jacks or Better 1 2 3 4 5

Jokers Wild Video Poker

Jokers Wild video poker is extremely popular because it moves fast and is easy to play, while retaining an element of strategy. The object of Jokers Wild video poker is to attain the highest ranked poker hand, using a joker as a wildcard. The payoff for each hand is displayed on the video poker machine face.

Game Play

At the beginning of each game you are required to place an initial wager.
  1. Select a coin value of either 5¢, 25¢, $1, or $5.
  2. Click the coin slot, Bet One or Bet Max.

    • Click the coin slot, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet One, up to five times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet Max once to bet the maximum amount allowed.
  1. To reduce your bet amount, right-click on either the coin slot or Bet One to remove coins. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected coin each time you right-click. You can also click Cash-Out to remove all coins prior to spinning the reels.
  2. Click Deal and five cards will appear face up on the screen.
Game Rules

Jokers Wild video poker uses a one deck shoe. The deck includes one joker and is reshuffled after every hand.

Once the cards are dealt, you may choose to keep any of the cards by either clicking Hold, found directly below the card, or on the card. Once you have selected which cards to hold, click Deal and the remaining cards will be exchanged for new cards. After this second deal, you are paid out based on the rank of the resulting poker hand.

Jokers Wild Poker Hands

Jokers Wild poker hands are valued based on the following five-card ranking.


Hand Definition Example
Natural Royal Flush The highest hand in Jokers Wild video poker consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Five of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit plus a joker.
Joker Royal Flush Consists of the following cards: ten, jack, queen, king, and an ace all of the same suit with one of these cards represented by a deuce. Royal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal FlushRoyal Flush
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. Straight FlushStraight FlushStraight FlushStraight Flush
Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination, one in each suit.
Full House Three cards of one denomination and two cards of another denomination.
Flush Five cards all of the same suit.
Straight Five cards in sequence of any suit.
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination and two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same denomination and any fifth card.

Game Payouts

A winning hand pays out according to the number of coins wagered and their value.
  • If you select the $1 coin and then Bet Max your wager will be five coins of $1 or $5. If you get a Straight Flush then according to the payout schedule below you will win 250 coins with the same value as your original bet or $250 (250 x $1).
The following payout schedule illustrates the number of coins to be won if you bet 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 coins.

Hand 1 Coin 2 Coins 3 Coins 4 Coins 5 Coins
Natural Royal Flush 500 1000 1500 2000 5000
Five of a Kind 100 200 300 4000 500
Joker Royal Flush 50 100 150 200 250
Straight Flush 50 100 150 200 250
Four of a Kind 20 40 60 80 100
Full House 9 18 27 36 45
Flush 6 12 18 24 30
Straight 4 8 12 16 20
Three of a Kind 2 4 6 8 10
Two Pairs 1 2 3 4 5

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Slot Machines

The slot machine or one-armed bandit, as it has become known, was invented in the early 1800s by Charles Fey. The object of these mechanical games of chance is to match the winning combination of symbols displayed in the payout schedule on the front of the slot machine.

Game Play

Before spinning the reels, you must place a bet.

  1. Select a coin value of either 5¢, 25¢, $1, or $5.
  2. Click the coin slot, Bet One or Bet Max.

    • Click the coin slot, up to three times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet One, up to three times, until the number of coins displayed equals the amount you wish to bet.
    • Click Bet Max once to bet the maximum amount allowed. The reels will automatically spin after choosing this option.

  3. To reduce your bet amount, right-click on either the coin slot or Bet One to remove coins. Your bet will be reduced by the amount of the currently selected coin each time you right-click. You can also click Cash Out to remove all coins prior to spinning the reels.
  4. Click Spin or the slot machine lever to spin the reels.
Game Rules

Slot machines assign different values for payout based on the combination of symbols and how they align when the reels stop spinning.
  • Your winnings do not accumulate as credits within our machines. Each time you win, your winnings are deposited directly into your account balance, so you do not have to hit Cash Out when you want to leave the game - your winnings have already been placed in your account.
Game Payouts

If the symbols displayed, once the machine comes to rest, match any of the combinations in the payout schedule, you win.

You don't need to hit Cash Out to retrieve your winnings. Every time you win, your casino account balance is automatically updated. Your winnings appear as credits.
  • If you're playing the $5 machine and get a combination that pays out 4 credits, you win 4 x $5 = $20.
Progressive Jackpot

The progressive jackpot can be won if you meet the following criteria (Note: Progressive jackpots may not be available on all slot machines):
  1. the symbols displayed, once the machine comes to rest, match the highest winning combination of symbols found in the payout schedule and,
  2. the maximum number of coins are used to place the bet.
If these two conditions are met then you win the credits shown plus the progressive jackpot. Progressive jackpots are shown in dollars and the amount won is adjusted according to the denomination played. Once a progressive jackpot is won, it is converted into credits, added to the jackpot credits and displayed in the win column.

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