Perhaps the best way to describe this game is to compare it to video poker. Actually if we brought video poker to the casino table, add all the bits of class that go with table games - the dealer, the chips and the cocktails you get Let'em Ride. It seems that if you have been playing a lot of video poker and like it this could be a refreshing change if on the other hand you are fan of the different casino table games this game may not be all that in your book.
Your goal in this game is to make the best possible poker hand, following standard poker hands. There is an exception to this as you need at least a pair of tens or better in order to win. You do not play against anyone but if you do not form a poker hand the house takes all the bets you have made. This is a game where you can actually loose or win a lot of money pretty quickly. This risk is what adds to the excitement of the game.
You place an ante bet and are dealt three cards facing up and two facing down. In order to reveal the cards facing down you need to decide to either raise, the same amount as your ante, or to continue and not put a bet down. Once the cards are revealed if you are holding a hand of at least a pair of tens you are paid out according to the pay table.
You start the game off by placing chips on the designed area on the table for the ante bet. The lowest bet is $1 and the highest $120. You see where the possibility to win big or lose big lies. Click the deal button to receive the three cards facing up and two facing down.
Before the next card is revealed you need to decide if you are raisin, placing a bet the same amount as the ante or just continue without placing a bet. The same is done to reveal the final card.
In this game you also have the option to play for the progressive jackpot if you are playing for real money. All you need to do is click on the red button on the table to place a coin for the jackpot bet before you place your ante.