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The Game

This game is one of the varieties of regular poker game, in which there is a possibility to change two cards. The game is played with a deck of 52 cards. The deck is shuffled prior to each new round.


How to Play

Starting new hand, you should make a bet. Minimum bet (Ante) is 1, maximum - 1000.

To start a hand, click “Deal”.

Then, the dealer deals you five cards face down. The dealer also receives five cards - four cards face down, the fifth card face up.

You have an opportunity to change up to two cards before taking final decision.

You may change card once per round. If you change the card, you lose your Ante. To change a card, click on the card, and then click “Change”.

You should take a decision whether to play or surrender basing on the combination of your cards. If you decide to surrender, click “Surrender” (in this case you lose your Ante bet).

If you decide to go on playing, you should make a bet in “BET” area which equals to double Ante. Use “Bet” button to bet. You can not change his cards after the bet has been made.

Once you have made a decision, the dealer reveals the remaining cards and compares the combinations.

The dealer’s hand is considered as Qualify if dealer has one of the winning combination or the combination of Ace and King.

In the case that the dealer’s hand does not qualify, the player receives a 1 to 1 payout to his Ante.

If the dealer’s cards have Qualify but your cards are stronger that the dealer's, you receives a 1 to 1 payout to your Ante, and the Bet is paid out according to the player’s cards combination as indicated in the table below.

In case that the dealer’s cards have Qualify, and your cards are equal to the dealer's, Ante and Bet return to you.

In case that the dealer’s cards have Qualify and the dealer’s cards are stronger than yours, the dealer receives both bets of the player.

Card combination and payouts

Combination Card Specifications Pays
Royal Flush Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10; all of the same suit, for example:
100 to 1
Straight Flush Five cards in sequence, in the same suit, for example:
50 to 1
Four of a kind Four cards of the same value, for example:
20 to 1
Full House One pair + three of a kind, for example:
7 to 1
Flush Five cards of the same suit, of any value, for example:
5 to 1
Straight Five cards in numerical sequence, but of different suits, for example:
4 to 1
Three of a Kind Three cards of the same value, for example:
3 to 1
Two Pairs Two sets of two cards of the same value, for example:
2 to 1
One Pair Two cards of the same value, for example:
1 to 1
Ace-King Two cards, for example:
1 to 1
Nothing Five cards of different values, for example:
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