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Does the idea of trying to split a seven-card poker hand into a hand of five cards and a hand of two cards sound intriguing? It did to whoever concocted Pai Gow Poker and it should at least pique your interest as well, especially if you are in the market for something new. If you’re going to dabble in this unique game, then why not do so with this solid offering from the team at RTG?
Pai Gow Poker is certainly a unique game, but its structure actually rarely makes for thrilling contests. The nature of the game makes it very hard it to lose or win both the five card and two card hands. You must have unusually strong or weak hands in order to actually win or lose money. Most contests, therefore, end in a draw. If this kind of low-stakes game is what you're looking for, then look no further than Pai Gow Poker.
The aim of Pai Gow Poker is to create the strong possible five card hand and two card hands out of the seven cards you are initially dealt. Start things off by making you wager of between $ 1 and $100 and clicking on 'deal.'
You will be dealt seven cards and be asked to select two to separate out into their own unique hand. Note that your five card hand must always be stronger than your two card hand. You cannot, for example, take your lone pair of cards and make it into its own hand. Once you make your hands, your five card hand is evaluated against the dealer's and your two card hand is put up against his two card hand as well. You must win both in order to win, while a split is essentially a push and you lose if both of your hands are weaker.