Win this game by finishing with a stronger four-card hand than the house.
Begin by placing an Ante bet.
Once all bets have been placed, you receive five cards to the house's six.
Five of the house's cards are dealt facing down.
Following this, you can choose to play with one of the two available Play bets, or fold.
The two Play bets are:
If you fold here, you lose your Ante bet.
If you choose a Play bet and you have any of the hands required for the Ante bet, you receive a payout no matter what the house's hand is.
Ante Bonus payouts are multiples of the Ante bet.
When you make a Play bet, the house reveals its cards before the two are compared for the best four-card hand.
If you have the best hand, or it's a tie, you receive the Ante and Play bet at a 1:1 ratio.
If the house has the best hand, you lose both bets.
It's entirely up to you whether you play the Aces Up side bet.
This bet is only available once you've made an Ante bet, but before the cards get dealt.
The payout for Aces Up depends on your best hand.
Any Aces Up bet gets evaluated whether or not you fold.
Here are the payout ratios for the Aces Up side bet:
Type of Hand
|Pair of Aces||1:1|
|Three of a Kind||7:1|
|Four of a Kind||50:1|
Here are the payouts for the Ante Bonus:
|Three of a Kind||2x|
|Four of a Kind||25x|
Return to Player
Return to Player (Four Card Poker): 98.68%.
Return to Player (Aces Up): 96.63%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $98.68 of wins.