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Pai Gow originated in Ancient China as a gambling game that's played with dominoes. "Pai Gow" (Pi Gau) literally translated means "Dominoes - Nine" and when your hand only has a high card of 9, its considered a "pai Gow" hand (the worst hand possible to get)!
The object of the game is to win your bet by having both of your hands rank higher than both hands of the bank. Hands are ranked like in traditional poker.
The deck contains 53 cards including a one joker, which may only be used with straights, flushes, straight flushes, royal flushes, and when used alone the Joker becomes an ace.
The player receives seven cards which must be arranged in a five card hand (referred to as a high hand or the back hand) and a two card hand (referred to as the 2nd highest hand, low hand, or front hand).
The back 5-card hand must outrank the front 2-card low hand according to poker rules. If your high hand doesn't out rank your low hand, you forfeit your bet. You will also lose your bet if you don't set the cards properly by not placing 5 cards in your back hand and 2 cards in front hand.
If your front and back hand beats the bankers front and back hands (hands are ranked with traditional poker rules), you win the bet.
If you lose both front and back hands, you lose your bet.
If you win one hand and lose the other hand, your bet pushes.
When either the front or back hand ties with the bank, the bank wins the tied hand.
The house dealer handles and collects all bets and charges a 5% commission on all winning bets. There is no commission charge for pushed or losing bets.
The Real house dealer will alternate with the players as to who will bank. A player must qualify to be bank by first wanting to be the bank and have enough money wagered to cover the other players bets and the dealers bet. If the player refuses or is unable to bank , The house will bank. When a player banks the dealer will bet an amount equal to the players bet on the proceeding hand.
Whether the house is banking or not, the dealer will always set its hand last, and the dealer has to set its hands according to house rules. If the dealer sets their hand incorrectly, and one decision is made, the dealer has to play the hand as set.
The game begins with the dealer shuffling the cards. Then deals out 7 piles of 7-card hands in front of the chip tray. Then who ever is the banker will shake the dice cup, which determines the position of the first hand (1 through 7). The banker is counted as 1, 8, or 15 and it rotates counter clockwise.
All bets must be placed within the betting area before the dice cup is opened.
Then the dealer distributes the hand according to the roll of the dice.
Players then set their hands first, and the dealer will then turn over and set their hand, the players may not touch their cards after the dealers hand is exposed.
The dealer will then expose the players hands in counter clockwise direction and each hand will be settled individually against the bankers hand. Push hands are indicated by the dealer saying "push" and by the dealer physically patting the table to indicate a push.
If their was a player as bank, the banker plays his hand against the dealer first and then against each player in counter clockwise direction.
If all the seats are taken, anyone can bet on a seated players hand if (1) the seated player allows it, (2) the total wager does not exceed the table limit.
The seated player has the only authority on how to set the hand, and any seated player has the right to object to non- players standing behind them.
If a player is the bank, try to avoid exposing your hand because it will give the banker an advantage if they see how you set your hand. When the dealer is bank it doesn't matter if you expose your hand because the dealer has to set his hand according to house rules every time.
If you have any questions about how to set your hand, the dealer may assist in setting up the hand according to the house rules and arranging the cards to the highest potential winner. But the dealer is not responsible for any losses.
Players may not look at another players hand, but may assist another player after he has set his hand.
The dealer will set always set their hands the same, to play the highest potential winner or push hand.
Order of the hands from highest to lowest:
1. 5 Aces -includes the joker
In Pai Gow Poker the hand of (A, K, Q, J, 10) is the highest straight and the the second highest straight is the hand (A, 2, 3, 4, 5).
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