Play the popular poker game Let It Ride, with exciting side bets and bet options to really test your mettle.
In Let It Ride, you play with five cards against a paytable and not a dealer.
Start by making three bets of the same size, and you'll receive three cards.
Two community cards are then dealt face down.
Combine your three cards with the two community cards to create a five-card hand, which will be at least a pair of 10s.
You can withdraw one of your bets or keep it in place before a community card is revealed.
If you win, all the bets you keep in place are paid out in accordance with the paytable.
The optional 3 Card Bonus side bet is based on your first three cards and it pays out if you have at least a pair.
Ranking of Card Hands
Card hands are ranked from highest to lowest, shown below:
Note that the value of a card ascends sequentially from 2-10, and then as outlined below:
The value of a card ascends chronologically from 2-10, and then as shown below:
Only the highest possible rank is considered when your hand is evaluated.
So, while a Straight Flush features both a Straight and a Flush, it is evaluated only as a Straight Flush.
Ace is ranked highly, unless part of a 5-4-3-2-Ace sequence.
Side bets are paid according to the paytable.
Open the Help page by pressing the Clock icon in the lower right side of the screen, and it'll give you information on your most recent session.
Playing the Game Initial Bet
A 52-card deck is used for this game, and when each hand ends the deck is shuffled.
At the beginning of the game, you must place three equal bets in the circles marked $, 2, and 1.
Whether you play the 3 Card Bonus side bet is up to you.
Receive three starting cards and then two community cards dealt face down.
You then have two choices:
Once the community card is revealed, you can choose to:
Reveal the second and final community card.
If your hand shows less than a pair of 10s, all of your active bets are considered losses.
If you have at least a pair of 10s, all active bets are paid according to the All 3 Bets - $, 2, 1 paytable displayed in-game.
The 3 Card Bonus side bet is based on your first three cards only, and if you choose to play this, you will be paid according to the 3 Card Bonus paytable.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 96.49%.
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 $96.49 of wins.