How To Play
New Hampshire Hold’em is a five-card poker game that lets you bet up to 10 units on a single hand. In New Hampshire Hold’em you compete against a paytable, not against the dealer, and you win if your hand is a pair of Jacks or better (pairs of 7s-10s push). The top payout is 250-1 for a Royal Flush – and it pays on all bets up to $2000! Getting Started Make an Ante bet to receive your first two cards. The dealer will place three community cards face down in the middle of the layout. Play or Fold? At this point, you may either fold or make the Flop bet with an optional raise and re-raise. The dealer then reveals the first community card. Once you see the first community card, you have a choice: fold or make the Turn bet with an optional raise and re-raise. The dealer then reveals the second community card. Once again, you can fold or stay in the game by making the River bet with an optional raise and re-raise. Note: When you fold, you forfeit all bets left in action. Wining and Losing After the Dealer turns over the final community card, he resolves all wagers left in action. You win if your five-card hand is a pair of Jacks or better (pairs of 7s – 10s push). See paytable on layout for odds.
The objective of black jack is to get a hand totaling more than the dealer’s without going over 21. If you go over 21 you “bust” and you lose. Cards with a number (2-10) are counted at their listed value. Face cards (Jack, Queen, King) have a value of ten. Ace’s may have a value of either one or ten, whichever is more beneficial to the hand. For example a hand with a five and an ace would be either 16 or 6. The player could hit for another card without fear of busting. If a ten is dealt the ace become a 1 and the hand is worth 16. If another five is dealt the ace would be an elven and the hand would be worth 21. Starting the game each player is dealt two cards, with the dealer being dealt one card face up and one face down. After the cards are dealt the dealer will ask each player for a decision. The player left of the dealer decides first.
The object of roulette is to pick which number the ball in the wheel will land on. Roulette wheels have 38 numbers (00 and 0-36). These numbers are arranged into tweleve rows of three numbers, making three columns. 0 and 00 reside at the top of these columns. When at the table the dealer must keep the wheel spinning at all times. The ball is spun in the opposite direction the wheel is spinning, causing it to jump and spin before landing on a number. You may place a wager at any point up until the dealer calls to stop bets and waves their hand over the table. After the ball has stopped the dealer will mark the winning number on the layout, clear any non-winning bets and then payout the winners. You cannot place a new wager until the dealer has removed the marker. You can make a bet on a singular number or a variety of different combination wagers. The different types of wagers and payouts are as follows: Straight Up (33 to 1) – This is a wager on a single number. Simply place your chip(s) on the number of your choice. Split Bet (16 to 1) – A wager on any two numbers. Place your chip(s) so that they straddle the line between two numbers. Line Bet (10 to 1) – A wager on any one line of numbers (1-3,4-6, etc..). You make this bet by placing your chip(s) so that it straddles the outside line of the first number in the row. Corner Bet (7-1) – This wager includes four numbers. This bet is made by placing your chip(s) on the lines where four numbers touch. First Five (5-1) – Includes 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3. You can make this wager by placing your chip(s) on the line where 0,00 and 2 meet. Double Line (4-1) – A wager on two neighboring lines (1-6,4-9, etc..). Make this bet by placing your chip on the outside line so that it lays on both lines you wish to bet. Dozen bet (2-1) – You can choose one of three sets of twelve numbers on the board (1-12, 13-24 or 25-36). Simply place your chip(s) in the box marked as such. Column bet (2-1) – As above this is a twelve number bet, this time it is the vertical columns. To make this bet place your chip(s) in the box at the end of the column you wish to play. Red, Black, Odd and Even (1-1) – All of these are “even” money bets. Place your wager in the box provided for the corresponding wager.
Three card poker is actually two games in one, the Play/Ante game and the Pair Plus game. In Play/Ante you are playing against the dealer to see if you can beat their hand. Pair Plus is as simple as it sounds, you are wagering on if you will be dealt a pair or higher. In front of each seat there are three betting cirles. The top circle is the Pair Plus circle which is used if you wish to make that wager. The bottom two are used for the Play/Ante game. Play/Ante Game To start the game each player must make a wager on the Ante and/or on the Pair Plus. Once the first wagers are down the dealer will deal a three card hand to each player. Once all cards are dealt the players may look at their hands. At this point each player must choose whether to fold or to play the hand. If the player folds they forfeit the Ante wager. If the player wishes to continue they must make the Play wager. After all players have made their decisions, the dealer will turn over his cards. The dealer’s hand must qualify with a Queen or higher for play to continue. If it does not then all players will be paid even money for the Ante wager and be returned the Play wager. If the dealer’s hand does qualify then it is compared to the player’s hand. If your hand beats the dealer’s you are paid even money for both the Ante and Play bets. If the dealer’s is better you lose both bets. In the event of a tie the player wins the hand. Because it is only three cards hand rankings do vary a bit from normal poker. They are listed from lowest to highest below:
There is a bonus pay on the Ante bet for certain hands which does not require an additional wager. These are on a straight flush, three of a kind, or a straight. The payouts are:
Pair Plus The Pair Plus wager is solely based on whether your three card hand contains a pair or higher. It does not matter what hand the dealer has or if it qualifies. If your hand contains a pair or higher you win. The payout rates are:
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