HOW TO PLAY PAI GOW POKER
Before any actual decisions can be made, you need to place your wager. You do this by choosing one of the coin values, then placing them in the betting field. It is located in the middle of the screen and is hard to miss. Mainly because no other place you can place your wager exists! Feel free to take your time in setting your budget, since there is no time limit.
Once all bets are placed, the round begins! Both you and the dealer are dealt seven cards. The goal of the game is to split those seven cards into two-card and five-card poker hands. The five-card hand must outrank the two-card hand, and both must be stronger than what the dealer has available. Hand values follow standard poker hands, with the exception of the A-2-3-4-5 straight. It is now the second-highest straight in terms of value.
Punters can choose to sort the hands themselves or use House Way for the game to sort it for you. We advise manual control, but House Way can be useful as a learning tool until you get a hang of the game. Unlike standard poker games, the strength of your card does not change how much you are rewarded.