Four Card Poker®
Four Card Poker®
In Four Card Poker Progressive®, you receive five cards to make your best four-card poker hand, and the dealer receives six cards to make his/her best four-card poker hand.
Player vs. Dealer
Bet on the required ante spot to play against the dealer’s hand. The best four-card poker hand wins, and the player wins ties. If you bet on the ante wager and want to stay in the game after viewing your cards, you must make a play wager. The play wager has to be at least equal to the ante but may be up to three times the ante. It’s your four-card poker hand against the dealer’s four-card poker hand, and the best hand wins! The ante and play bets pay even money.
The top three hands in the game (four-of-a-kind, straight flush and three-of-kind) receive an automatic bonus payout on the ante bet. See table for odds. Automatic bonuses are paid even if the dealer has a better four-card hand.
Bet on the Aces Up® spot and win when you’re dealt a pair of aces or better. The Aces Up® bonus is always paid even if the dealer has a better hand.
Bad Beat Bonus
You have two ways to win if you are involved in a bad beat with the dealer. The first is by losing with a two pair or better and the second is by beating the dealer’s hand of a two pair or better.
Progressive winners are determined from all five cards dealt to the player. The optional $1 progressive bet wins if you have Three-of-a-Kind or better. The top award – 100% of the jackpot – pays when you have a Royal Flush. A Straight Flush pays 10% of the jackpot. Folded hands do not qualify for payouts on the progressive wager.
The top two hands trigger Envy Bonuses. You win if any other player gets a Royal Flush or Straight Flush. You can win multiple Envy Bonuses in a round, but you cannot win Envy Bonuses for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.