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Casino Games Rule
This section provides basic information on casino games. Some casinos may have different rules for their casino games but the basic idea for the casino games is the same.
Casino games are usually classified into two main categories: Machine Games and Table Games. Video Poker, Slot Machine and Pachinko are grouped into machine games category and Baccarat, Battle Royale, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Free Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Red Dog, Roulette, Sic Bo are grouped into table games category.
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Basics of Poker and Poker Hands
Most table poker games are played with a standard 52-card deck. The cards are ranked according to the value of the number on the card or the value of the face. The ranking, from highest to lowest, goes as such: Ace (A), King (K), Queen (Q), Jack (J), 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. The ace can also be used to complete a low straight; A, 2, 3, 4, 5. As well as numbers and faces, there are 4 different types of suits that are used to determine the value of a poker hand. These are: Spades (S), Clubs (C), Diamonds (D), Hearts (H).
Poker hands are valued based on their five card ranking. These rankings are detailed below: (A rank of 1 equals the best)
||Description of hand
Q, J, 10 of same suit
QS, KS, AS
of same suit in sequence
|| 4D, 5D,
6D, 7D, 8D
||4 of a
of the same rank
|| 7S, 7C,
of a kind plus a pair
3C, KS, KH
of the same suit
10H, QH, AH
7C, 8H, 9S
||3 of a
cards of the same rank
of different rank
of the same rank
If two hands are tied in rank, the following rules apply:
(1) If both have straight flushes, flushes, or straights, the highest card that is part of the hand determines the winning hand. If the highest card still results in a tie then the next highest card will determine the winner. And so on...
(2) If both have a full house, then the highest 3 of a kind will determine the winner.
(3) If both have three of a kind the highest ranking three of a kind will win.
(4) The highest-ranking pair in the hand will decide two hands with two pair. If this still results in a tie then the remaining pairs will be compared and the highest-ranking pair will then decide the winner.
(5) If both have a single pair then the highest-ranking pair will win. If this is also a tie then next highest-ranking single card will determine the winner. If this still results in a tie then the next highest single ranking card will determine the winner. And so on...
(6) Two hands with no pairs, flushes, or straights are compared and the card with the highest ranking single card will be determined the winner. If this still yields no winner then the next highest card will determine the winner. And so on...
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