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This exciting new five card poker game gives more power to the player with three bonus bet options.

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Cajun Stud is a 5-card poker game featuring three bonus bets. Players are dealt two cards to be used with a 3-card community board to form a 5-card poker hand.

$ 5 Minimum Bet $3 Minimum Side Bet $ 1 Jackpot Bonus

How to Play
Players must place the Ante wager and any additional side bets to begin the game. Additional side bets include the Board Bonus, Pocket Bonus and Lo Ball wagers. After all initial wagers are made, players are dealt two pocket cards and three community cards are dealt face-down in front of the dealer. A player may raise up to 3x their Ante or fold before each community card is revealed. Pocket Jacks or better wins the hand.

Side Bets
Lo Ball – wins odds if the player’s final 5-card hand contains only a jack high or lower
Board Bonus – wins odds if the community board consists of a Pair or better
Pocket Bonus – wins odds if the player’s pocket cards are Any Pair or an Ace + Face

More action and opportunity to win with side bets on this traditional Pai Gow poker game.

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Emperor’s Challenge - Pai Gow
Emperor’s Challenge is a Pai Gow poker variant where players are dealt seven cards to make their best Pai Gow poker hand to play against the dealer’s best Pai Gow poker hand.

$ 5 Minimum Bet $ 1 Minimum Side Bets $ 1 Jackpot Bonus

How to Play
Players must place their bet and any additional side bets to begin the game. Additional side bets include the Pai Gow Insurance and Emperor’s Treasure wagers. After all the initial wagers are made, both the player and the dealer each receive seven cards. The player and the dealer will each set their pai gow poker hand by making one 2-card hand and one 5-card hand. The player’s hand is compared to the dealer’s hand and any side bets are reconciled.

Side Bets
Pai Gow Insurance – wins odds if the player’s hand is a Pai Gow which is a hand that does not contain a Pair or better
Emperor’s Treasure – wins odds according to the posted pay table and includes an Envy Bonus when the player wagers $5 or more.

It’s all about the flush in this action packed easy to learn and fun game of “suits.”

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High Card Flush
Players need no knowledge of poker or blackjack to play High Card Flush which is a “suits” based game where players are looking for all cards of the same suit (Flush). Each player is dealt seven cards to make their best Flush hand to play against the dealer’s best Flush hand.

$ 3 Minimum Bet $3 Minimum Side Bets $ 1 Jackpot Bonus

How to Play
Players must place the Ante wager and any additional side bets to begin the game. Additional side bets include the Flush and Straight Flush wagers. After all initial wagers are made, both the player and the dealer each receive seven cards. The player may choose to raise up to 3x their Ante. If a player has at least five cards of the same suit, they can raise up to 2x their Ante. If a player has at least six cards of the same suit, they can raise up to 3x their Ante.

Side Bets
Flush – wins odds if the player’s hand contains a Flush
Straight Flush – wins odds if the player’s hand contains a Straight Flush

Great entertainment and action with players competing heads up with dealers in this familiar poker game.

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Heads Up Hold’em
This variant of the popular poker game is like the standard Texas Hold’em only with players competing heads up against the dealer. Players and dealers are dealt two cards and five community cards face up on the table.

$ 3 Minimum Bets $1 Minimum Bonus Bets $1 Bet Jackpot Bonus

How to Play
Players must place two equal Ante and Odds wagers and any additional side bets to begin the game. Additional side bets include the Pocket Bonus and Trips Plus wagers. After all initial wagers are made, both the dealer and the player receive two cards and five community cards, dealt face-down in front of the dealer. The player can check or make a Play wager 3x the Ante. The dealer reveals the flop. The player can check or make a Play wager 2X the Ante. The dealer reveals the turn and river. The player can check or make a Play wager 1x the Ante. If the player folds at any time, the Ante and Odds wagers are lost, but the side bets are still in play. If the player makes a Play wager at any time the dealer exposes all cards in the dealer’s hand and all community cards. The player and the dealer use the five community cards and their two pocket cards to make the best 5-card poker hand.

Side Bets
Trips Plus - win odds based on the player’s first two cards and the 5-card community board
Pocket Bonus – wins odds if the player’s hole card hand is composed of a Pair or an Ace and Face card
Bad Beat Bonus- wins odds when the dealer beats the player, but the player’s hand contains a Straight or better

This game takes blackjack to the next level with more opportunities for players to wager and win more.

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Players Edge 21
This variation of blackjack is played with 6 decks which is a standard 52 card deck with all the 10’s removed. Players are dealt two cards to make their blackjack hand to play against the dealer’s blackjack hand. The goal of regular blackjack is to beat the dealer with two cards coming as close to 21 without going over.

$ 3 & $5 Minimum Bets $1 Side Bets $ 1 Monster Match Jackpot

How to Play
Players must place the ante wager and any optional side bets of Match Up and Match Down wagers to begin the game. After initial wagers are made, players are dealt two cards and the dealer is dealt two cards. One of the dealer’s cards is dealt face-up and the other card is dealt face-down. Any player with a blackjack is an instant winner. Players can hit, stand, split and double down depending on their hand. Unique features include blackjacks and 21’s that instantly win and never push. Aces can be re-split, hit or doubled down. Surrender is available on the player’s first two cards or after doubling down and bonuses may be available on select 21 combinations.

Side Bets
Match Up – wins odds based on the player’s first two cards and the dealer’s face-up card
Match Down – wins odds based on the player’s first two cards and the dealer’s hole card