HOW TO PLAY FOUR CARD POKER

Make your best four-card hand against the dealer

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Four Card Poker is similar to Three Card Poker®, however the player receives five cards to make their best four-card hand.

Playing Four Card Poker

Players play against the dealer and there is an optional side bet, Aces Up. The dealer always qualifies and players may wager one to three times their Ante wager, which is the primary difference between this game and Three Card Poker.

Players make an Ante wager to compete against the dealer and may also make the Aces Up wager to play against the pay table.

Each player receives five cards to make their best four-card hand. The dealer receives six cards—one of which is face up—to make their best four-card hand.

Players then decide whether to make a Play wager or fold. The Play wager may be one to three times the Ante wager.

The dealer reveals his hand and compares it to each player's hand. If the player's hand beats or ties the dealer's hand, the Play or Ante wagers are paid an even amount.

An Automatic Bonus is paid on all Ante wagers when the player's hand is three of a kind or better, whether or not the player's hand beats the dealer's.

The Aces Up side bet wins when the player has a pair of Aces or better.

Rank of Hands in Four Card Poker (Highest to Lowest)

  • Four of a Kind
  • Straight Flush
  • Three of a Kind
  • Flush
  • Straight
  • Two Pair
  • Pair of Aces
  • High Card

Multi-Link Progressive Wager

Look for this exciting side bet on the Four Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold ’Em and Let it RidePoker tables, connecting the three into one combined progressive jackpot. A total of fourteen tables will participate.

How it works: Simply place the optional $1 progressive side bet before the deal for the chance to win a portion of—or possibly the entire—jackpot.

The progressive wager pays when a player holds a three-of-a-kind or higher. And if you’re lucky enough to hold a royal flush, you’ll win 100% of the pot! Even the other players at a major jackpot-winning table will walk away with something substantial (if they’ve placed the progressive wager); a Royal Flush or Straight Flush awards an Envy bonus of $1,000 or $300, respectively.

This new wager is your chance to play for more money—and to win more often! Ask a table games floor supervisor or dealer for additional information or qualifications.

Payouts

Hand Pays Envy Bonus
Royal Flush 100% $1,000
Straight Flush 10% $300
4 of a Kind $300  
Full House $50  
Flush $40  
Straight $30  
3 of a Kind $9