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In four card poker, you get five cards to make your best four-card hand, but the dealer gets six cards to make a four-card hand—which gives the house an advantage, but if your hands are identical, you win. You can play against the dealer, “aces up,” or both ways at once.

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Against the dealer

Make an ante bet to play against the dealer’s hand. The best four-card hand wins. On a tie, you win.

Aces up

If you place an “aces up” bet, you win if you’re dealt a pair of aces or better, even if the dealer ends up with a better poker hand.

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If you get one of the top three possible poker hands—four of a kind, straight flush or three of a kind—you get an automatic bonus payout on your ante bet. The automatic bonus is paid even if the dealer ends up with a better four-card poker hand.

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Hand value Bonus Payout
Four of a kind 50 to 1
Straight flush 30 to 1
Three of a kind 7 to 1
Flush 6 to 1
Straight 5 to 1
Two pair 2 to 1
Pair of aces 1 to 1

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Hand value Bonus Payout
Four of a kind 25x ante wager
Straight flush 20x ante wager
Three of a kind 2x ante wager

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An optional $1 side bet that links a variety of poker games to a common progressive jackpot. Made at the same time as the basic game wager, the bet pays out if your five-card hand is a three of a kind or better, regardless of the basic game outcome.

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Winning hands Progressive payout Envy payout
Royal flush 100% of jackpot $1,000
Striaght flush 10% of jackpot $300
Fourof a kind 300 to 1  
Full house 50 to 1  
Flush 40 to 1  
Straight 30 to 1  
Thre of a kind 9 to 1