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«DEUCES WILD CASINO CRAZY PINEAPPLE GAME RULES I. Name of game: Crazy Pineapple – This game is played with the same structure as Texas Hold’em, ...»

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XI. List other equipment used.

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Seven Card Stud Hi Lo Eight or Better II. Does the game use a “standard” 52-card deck, or other type of card deck?

The game is played with a 52-card deck, which does not include the joker.

III. Who deals the cards?

1. The dealer deals each player two down cards and one up card then a round of betting occurs.

2. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

3. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

4. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

5. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one down card followed by a round of betting.

6. Players may fold prior to or during any betting round.

7. Players expose their hands and the dealer pushes the pot to the winner.

IV. How many players does the game involved?

All Seven Card Stud games allow up to eight (8) participants.

V. How and when are the house fees collected?

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VII. What is the betting scheme?

In all of the fixed-limit games, the smaller bet must be wagered on the first two betting rounds (the 3rd and 4th streets) except if an open pair is showing on the 4th street. On 4th street players may hand an option to use the higher limit with an open pair. Once the higher limit has been used the lower limit will not be an option. Beginning from the 5th street until the conclusion of the game the larger bet is wagered; checking and raising is also permitted. One bet and three raisers are allowed in all of the multi-player pots.

VIII. How are the winners determined and paid?

The players who have the highest and the lowest five-card combination hands will share the pot. The only restriction for the low hands to win or to share the pot is that the player’s low hand must contain a value of eight or better.

The following are the general categories of hands in descending order of

value:

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Once the winner is identified, the winning hand should remain face up. The hand must also be positioned so that it is visible to all other participants. The pot is awarded to the winning players.

When splitting a pot, the dealer must always split the larger denominations of chips first. If there is an odd chip as a result of the split, that chip is

awarded to the:

1. High hand, if both high and low hands are in play.

2. High hand with the highest card by suit, if two high hands are in play.

3. Low hand with the lowest card by suit, if two low hands are in play.

In Hi-Lo games in the event there is one or more qualifying high or low hands those players are entitles to split their share of the pot.

IX. Describe a “round of play.”

All active players ante. The player with the lowest card up by suit must initiate the action. Aces are considered to be the highest cards and the suit hierarchy in a descending order is: spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs. The value of the suits is only used to determine the acting player and it does not determine or influence the winning hand in any form. After completing the first betting round, all of the active players will receive one more up card followed by another round of betting, completing the 4th street. The above process will continue until the 6th street during which all of the active players will have four up cards. All remaining players will receive the 7th street face down. The final betting round will start after completion of the final betting round. Players will show their hands to decide the winner.

X. Describe the type of gaming table utilized for this game.

One poker gaming table (with drop slots).

XI. List other equipment used.

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Seven Card Stud (generally referred to as Stud) II. Does the game use a “standard” 52-card deck, or other type of card deck?

The game is played with a 52-card deck, which does not include the joker.

III. Who deals the cards?

1. The dealer deals each player two down cards and one up card then a round of betting occurs.

2. The dealers burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

3. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

4. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one up card followed by a round of betting.

5. The dealer burns one card and deals each remaining player one down card followed by a round of betting.

6. Players may fold prior to or during any betting round.

7. Players expose their hands and the dealer pushes the pot to the winner.

IV. How many players does the game involved?

All Seven Card Stud games allow up to eight (8) participants.

V. How and when are the house fees collected?

–  –  –

VII. What is the betting scheme?





In all of the fixed-limit games, the smaller bet must be wagered on the first two betting rounds (the 3rd and 4th streets) except if an open pair is showing on the 4th street. On 4th street players may hand an option to use the higher limit with an open pair. Once the higher limit has been used the lower limit will not be an option. Beginning from the 5th street until the conclusion of the game the larger bet is wagered; checking and raising is also permitted. One bet and three raisers are allowed in all of the multi-player pots.

VIII. How are the winners determined and paid?

The player with the best five-card combination is the winner. The following

are the general categories of hands in descending order of value:

–  –  –

The pot is awarded to the highest 5 card hand.

If two or more players tie, they will split the pot equally.

In case there are two or more players splitting the pot and there is an odd chip, it will be awarded to the player who has the highest card by suit in his or her personal down cards.

IX. Describe a “round of play.” All active players ante. The player with the lowest card up by suit must initiate the action. Aces are considered to be the highest cards and the suit hierarchy in a descending order is: spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs. The value of the suits is only used to determine the acting player and it does not determine or influence the winning hand in any form. After completing the first betting round, all of the active players will receive one more up card followed by another round of betting, completing the 4th street. The above process will continue until the 6th street during which all of the active players will have four up cards. All remaining players will receive the 7th street face down. The final betting round will start after completion of the final betting round. Players will show their hands to decide the winner.

X. Describe the type of gaming table utilized for this game.

One poker gaming table (with drop slots).

XI. List other equipment used.

• Dealer chair and chairs for players.

• Drop box for table fee

• Drop box for jackpot collection

• Two 52 card decks of different colors

• Dealer’s cut card

• Dealer’s tray

• Game sign (list: game, limit, house fee, and jackpot fee)

• Out button to indicate those players who are not supposed to receive a hand

• Collection light or bell

• Proper denomination of gaming chips

DEUCES WILD CASINO

TEXAS HOLD’EM GAME RULES

I. Name of game:

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II. Does the game use a “standard” 52-card deck, or other type of card deck?

The game is played with a standard 52-card deck, which does not include the joker.

III. Who deals the cards?

1. The dealer deals two cards to each player starting clockwise from the first blind position followed by a round of betting.

2. The dealer burns one card and exposes three cards in the center of the table (flop) and another round of betting occurs.

3. The dealer burns one card and exposes one card in the center of the table (turn card) and another round of betting occurs.

4. The dealer burns one card and exposes one card in the center of the table (river card) and then a round of betting occurs.

5. Players may fold prior to or during any betting round.

6. Players expose their hands and the dealer pushes the pot to the winner.

IV. How many players does the game involved?

All Texas Hold’Em games allow up to eleven (11) participants.

V. How and when are the house fees collected?

–  –  –

VII. What is the betting scheme?

All Texas Hold’Em games have a fixed-limit betting or flex-limit betting (No Limit or Pot Limit). In fixed limit Hold’Em the betting limit after the fourth board card (turn card) is exposed is twice the amount of the betting limit before, check-and-raise is permitted, and a bet and three raisers are allowed in all multi-handed pots.

Deuces Wild Texas Hold’Em Game Rules VIII. How are the winners determined and paid?

The player with the best five-card combination is the winner. The following

are the general categories of hands in descending order of value:

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IX. Describe a “round of play.” Blinds are posted before the players look at their cards. The small blind is posted by the player immediately clockwise from the button, and the big blind is posted by the player two positions clockwise from the button. The player to the left of the blinds initiates action on the first betting round. On all subsequent betting rounds, the action beings with the first active player to the left of the dealer button. After each hand the dealer button will move clockwise to the next active player.

On the first round all players will receive two cards as their personal hand followed by a round of betting. Three board cards are turned simultaneously (called the “flop”) followed by a second round of betting.

The next two board cards are turned one at a time, with a round of betting after each card. The board cards are community cards, and after the final Deuces Wild Texas Hold’Em Game Rules round of betting, a player may use any five-card combination from among the board and personal cards.

X. Describe the type of gaming table utilized for this game.

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a. Table fee (Drop) is taken after the first round of betting is complete.

b. Jackpot collection is taken after the winner of the hand is determined and the pot won is over thirty dollars. Otherwise no jackpot drop is taken.

c. If the game becomes short handed (4 or less players) no jackpot collection will be taken.

d. No flop no drop

DEUCES WILD

TABLE FEE AND COLLECTION PROCESS

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a. Table fee (Drop) is taken after the first round of betting is complete.

d. No flop no drop



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