Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker

Compete against the dealer in the Chinese casino game Pai Gow Poker for a chance to win multipliers of up to 5,000x.


    Pai Gow Poker - How to Play

    At the start of the game, both you and the dealer will be dealt seven cards each.

    You need to divide your cards into a High Hand (five cards) and Low Hand (two cards).

    The aim of the game is to beat the dealer with both hands, so try to ensure that both hands have a decent chance of winning.

     

    How to Win

    • If both of your hands beat the dealer’s two hands, you win at a ratio of 1:1 (a 5% 'House fee' will be taken by the casino)
    • If one of your hands beats the dealer, your stake will be returned
    • If you lose both hands, your full stake will be lost

    The Joker is not a true Wild card in this game - it can only be used to complete a Straight, Flush, Straight Flush or Royal Flush.

    In all other cases, the Joker is classed as an Ace.

    Before the cards have been dealt, you have the option to place a Bonus bet - the bonus payout will be determined by the seven cards you're originally dealt, before you split them into a High Hand and a Low Hand.

    If you hold a named poker hand, the win will be displayed on-screen alongside the winning combination and payout odds. 

    Your payout will appear in the win box at the end of the game.


    How to Bet

    Select your chip size and add it to the betting and bonus circles on the table.

    Click ‘Undo’ to reduce your bet, or ‘Clear’ to remove it.

    To start your game, click ‘Deal’.


    Bonus Payouts

    EventWin Multiplier
    Jack-High Pai Gowx2
    Straightx2
    Three of a Kindx3
    10-High Pai Gowx5
    Flushx5
    Full House x5
    Four of a Kindx25
    9-High Pai Gowx40
    Straight Flushx50
    Royal Flushx150
    Five Acesx500
    Wild 7-card Straight Flushx1000
    Natural 7-card Straight Flushx5000

    Return To Player (RTP)

    Return To Player: 97.28%

    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 $97.28 of wins.

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.