The spread is the number of ranks between two given cards. For example, the spread between a five and an eight is two. The maximum spread is eleven.
Payouts for winning hands are based on the following table:
|1||5 : 1|
|2||4 : 1|
|3||2 : 1|
|4 or greater||1 : 1|
|Three of a kind||11 : 1|
In Red Dog Poker, number cards count as their face value, Jack is 11, Queen is 12, King is 13 and Ace is 14. The suit is irrelevant.
· First, click on the chips to place a bet. To remove chips from the bet, right
click on the chips.
· Click on the Deal button.
· Two cards are drawn. If the cards are consecutive, it is a push (your wager is returned to you and the round is over). If the cards are equal, a third card is drawn. If it matches the first two cards, you win 11 to 1; otherwise it is a push.
· If the two cards are neither consecutive nor equal, the spread is established. The spread is the number of card values between the two cards. For example – 2 and 4 have a spread of 1; 6 and a Queen have a spread of 5.
· Now you have the option to raise (double) your bet or to call (continue without raising). Press Raise or Call respectively.
· A third card is drawn. If it is between the two cards, you win according to the payout table (seen on the card table). If it matches one of the two cards or is outside the spread, you lose.
· Click New Game if you wish to play again. Place a bet as described above, or click Rebet to place the same bet again.
Baccarat is a card game played with a single deck of cards. The objective of the game is to predict which of the two hands (Banker or Player) that are about to be dealt will be closer to having a value of 9.
The objective of War is for a player to have a higher card than the dealer. If the player’s card is higher, then the player wins equal to the amount wagered. In the case where the value of the player’s card and the dealer’s card is the same, the player can either fold or choose to “go to war” by raising the bet. If the player folds, the amount wagered is automatically lost.
If the player raises, an amount equal to the original wager is added to the bet and both the dealer and player receive several cards down, and another card face-up. The highest face-up card wins. In the case of a win, player receives a win in the amount equal to the total wager.
For example, a player’s wager is $5, the dealer’s wager is $5 and the player raises $5. The player would win the total amount of the wager, which is $15 (since the dealer never raised). However, if the card is lower than that of the dealer, the player loses the wager (in the case above, the player would lose $10). If after a war the player and the dealer have the same card value, then the player wins.
Prior to receiving any cards, the player must place a wager. Once the wager is made, the player is dealt one card face up. The dealer is also dealt one card face up. In the event there is a tie, and the player chooses to raise (go to War), an amount equal to the wager is added to the bet. Then both the dealer and the player are each dealt three cards face down. These cards are known as “burn cards” and will remain face down. Following the burn cards, both the dealer and the player are dealt a final card (face up). If the player's final card either beats or ties the dealer's final card then the player wins.
The card suits have no meaning in the game.