Raise`Em Poker - Sun International

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Raise`Em Poker - Sun International
Raise’Em Poker
Raise’Em
Poker
Raise’Em poker is a variation of Five Card Stud Poker played
with a single deck of cards dealt from the dealer’s hand or
card shuffler.
Player’s Guide
Aim of the Game
In Raise’Em Poker, players bet on the outcome of their own hands, they do not play against
the dealer’s hand.
At specific stages in the game, players are
given the opportunity to raise their bets
should they wish to do so. Each player’s
5-card hand is made up of three cards dealt
to the player, together with two community
cards which are dealt to two community
boxes in front of the dealer, one card per
box. The object of the game is to have a
Poker hand at least a pair of 10’s or better
(see paytable).
Players may now view their own 3 cards and
are offered the option to raise their initial
bet by placing an additional bet, equal to
their ante bet, on their own betting box
marked ‘1’.
Buying Chips
Players are now given a second option to
raise their bet – again by placing a bet in
their betting box marked ‘2’ (this bet must
be equal to their ante bet).
Raise’Em Poker is played with value chips.
To buy in to the game, players simply put
their money on their smart card on the table
and the dealer will supply the chips required
before the start of the game.
Table Layout
A maximum of seven seated players can play
at a Raise’Em Poker table at any time. Each
playing position has a set of three betting
boxes.
How to Play
Each player must place a minimum ante bet
in the ante box in front of him before the
dealer deals. Cards are dispensed from a card
shuffler on the Raise’Em Poker table. Each
player is dealt 3 cards. Once all the players
have been dealt their 3 cards, the dealer
deals 3 for himself, discarding the top card.
The remaining 2 cards are then dealt to community box 1 and community box 2.
Remember
Once players wishing to raise their bets have
done so, the dealer turns over the first community card. This card becomes fourth card
in each player’s hand.
The dealer now turns over the second community card, which becomes the fifth, and
final card in each player’s hand. Players with
winning hands are now paid by the dealer
on each bet they have placed (one, two or
three bets) during the game.
Remember
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All ante bets must be placed before the
cards are dealt.
Additional bets must be in units equal
to the ante bet.
Players may not communicate any
information regarding the contents of
their hands.
More than 3 cards dealt to any player
will constitute a misdeal.
Any cards dealt face up will constitute
a misdeal
One box only per seated player
The dealer is there to help you, please do not hesitate to ask for assistance at any time. We
sincerely hope you enjoy your experience when playing Raise’Em Poker at Sun International
Casinos.
Pay Table
Winning
hand
Payout
Suit
Royal
Flush
250 to 1
One
suit
only
Straight
Flush
50 to 1
One
suit
only
Four of
a kind
25 to 1
Any
suits
Full
House
12 to 1
Any
suits
Flush
10 to 1
One
suit
only
Straight
8 to 1
Any
suits
Three of
a Kind
3 to 1
Any
suits
Two
Pairs
2 to 1
Any
suits
One Pair
of 10+
Payouts:
1 to 1
Any
suits
Cards in hand
Five consecutive numbers
High cards 10 through Ace
Five consecutive numbers
Any four identical numbers
One pair and one three
of a kind
Any five numbers
Five consecutive numbers
Three identical numbers
Two sets of identical
numbers
One set of identical
numbers
SUN INTERNATIONAL SUPPORTS RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING. GAMBLING
FOR PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OLDER. WINNERS KNOW WHEN TO STOP.
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