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Three Card Poker is played with a single 52-card deck and is actually two games in one. First, the Pair Plus game allows players to wager on whether they will be dealt a Pair or better, or not. Secondly, the Play/Ante game allows players to wager against the house (dealer) to see who has the highest hand. Some casinos will allow you to bet on either game, while others require that you place an ante bet before you place a bet on the Pair Plus portion of the game.
Double Draw Poker is an exciting poker derivative played with a standard 52-card deck and 2 jokers, which can be used as an Ace or to complete a straight or a flush. Players have two chances to discard and draw cards to complete their 5 card poker hand. (Players can get up to 9 cards to make a 2 pair or better.) Players win odds-based payouts on the Bonus bet when they have a three-of-a-kind or better.
Emperor's Challenge Pai Gow Poker is played the same as traditional Pai Gow Poker, with the only difference being the ability to wager on a bonus side bet called the Emperor Bonus bet. In order to make this bet you must make a standard Pai Gow Poker wager as you would at any other Pai Gow Table.
The Greatest House Banked Texas Hold'em Game Yet! It's not often a game of this caliber comes along. Never before has there been this much excitement over a house banked poker game. Unlike traditional Texas Hold'em, each player plays "heads-up" against the dealer. In addition, players have the opportunity for huge instant winnings with the optional "Shootout Bonus" wager. Texas Shootout is a Hold'em poker game player with six decks. Players are playing heads-up against the dealer. Each player receives four cards as well as the dealer. Players may now keep any two cards and discard the other two, or they can split them and play two hands. The dealer keeps their best two cards (house ways) and the hand goes to a 5 card flop. Players using their individual two cards and the five card flop create their best poker hand and compare it to the dealer.
Spanish 21 is a variation of blackjack, that in some cases is the best bet in the casino. In locations where the dealer stands on a soft 17, or redoubling is allowed, Spanish 21 may be a better bet than blackjack, depending on the specific blackjack rules. If you are looking for a change of pace from traditional blackjack then you may find new excitement in Spanish 21.