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Let 'em Ride Poker is based upon five-card Stud Poker. In Let 'em Ride, the player is not competing with other players or the dealer. The objective is to make the best possible poker hand from the initial three cards dealt and the two "community cards" which are subsequently exposed.

How to Play

The player places three equal bets in the circles marked "1", "2" and "3".
The player is dealt three cards face up and the two community cards are placed in the center of the table, face down.

After looking at the first three cards, the player may withdraw the first bet or may "Let 'em Ride", keeping it in play.

The first of the two community cards is then revealed, becoming the player's fourth card.
The player may now choose to Pull Out the second bet or "Let 'em Ride".

Finally, the second community card is revealed and the resulting five-card poker hand is used to determine the result. If the player ends up with at least a pair of tens or higher, the player will receive a payout (see PAYOUTS).

Please note that withdrawing the second bet is independent of what was done with the first. Regardless of the decision made concerning the first or second bets, the player may not withdraw the third bet.

Bonus Game

When placing the 3 initial wagers, the player may make an optional 1 bonus bet (side bet). Qualifying poker hands could win up to 20,000 (see below).

Payout Table

Player Hand Basic Game Payout's Side Bet Payout's

Royal Flush

1,000:1

20,000 to 1

Straight Flush

200:1

2,000:1

4 of a Kind

50:1

100:1

Full House

11:1

75:1

Flush

8:1

50:1

Straight

5:1

25:1

3 of a Kind

3:1

9:1

2 Pair

2:1

6:1

10s or better

1:1

none

 

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