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Pai Gow Poker
RTG Pai Gow Poker Game

Pai Gow Poker is a traditional Asian game requiring a studied approach to beat not one, but two dealer hands. In this game, you split seven cards into a five-card hand and two-card hand. Your hands are compared to the dealer's two hands.

The goal of Pai Gow Poker is to get a better five-card hand and two-card hand than the dealer. Hands are ranked according to standard poker rules, with the exception that the Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5 straight is the second highest straight.

Another poker exception to the game is the inclusion of the Joker. The Joker can be used to complete a five-card flush, straight, or straight flush. Otherwise, the Joker is counted as an Ace.

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If both of your hands have a higher poker rank than the dealer's two hands, you win. If both of the dealer's hands have a higher poker rank, the dealer wins. If you win one hand and lose the other hand, you push . If you get a copy (tie) on either hand, the dealer wins the tie for that hand.

Study your hands well and you will beat both of the dealer's hands to win your bet. This game is perfect for thoughtful gamers that enjoy a complex challenge.

Important - The five-card hand must have a better poker hand than the two-card hand.

To Win

You have higher-ranked five-card and two-card poker hands than the dealer.

Pai Gow Poker Hand Ranks

Hand

Description

Five of a kind

Four Aces plus a Joker

Royal Flush

10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace of same suit

Straight Flush

Five cards of same suit in sequence

Four of a Kind

Four cards of same rank

Full House

Three of a kind, plus a pair

Flush

Five cards of same suit

Straight

Five cards in sequence

Three of a Kind

Three cards of same rank

Two Pair

Two pairs of different rank

One Pair (10's or better)

Two cards of same rank, 10 or higher

*The Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5 straight is the second highest straight in Pai Gow Poker. All other rankings follow standard poker rules.

 

Pai Gow Poker Payouts  

Winner

Hand

Payouts

Dealer

Other hands

None

Player

Two winning hands

Even Money minus 5% commission*

Dealer/Player Tie

Other hands

None


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