What Pai Gow Poker Is?

Pai Gow Poker is one of the casino game titles offering familiar dynamics but served in an untraditional way, using only the tool of the trade, playing cards.

The game is a mix between Poker and Pai Gow which is a traditional game from China. The game is played with 52 cards but a joker is added to complete your combination.

For the players whose stomping ground are the poker tables of their favourite online casino, learning the rules of Pai Gow Poker won’t be much of a challenge. The game is easy to play and lacks annoying technicalities that you should be aware of.

You play against the dealer. Start by placing an Ante bet and you will receive 7 cards that will have to be divided into two, a strong hand comprising 5 cards and a weaker hand comprising 2 cards.

After comparison with the hands of the dealer, it is the one with the two strongest hands who will win the round. If you only win on one of the two hands, you will get your stake back. If you lose on both hands then you lose the round, otherwise you win and double the bet.

Strategies are to be put in place according to your received combinations to optimise your chances of winning.

For example, in the case of a single pair, it will be a good idea to place the pair in the high hand and place the other two strongest cards in the secondary hand to maximise the chances of winning with both hands.

It is possible to play free poker without registration and without downloading thanks to the games available in Flash and HTML5 versions on PC and mobile iOS or Android.

But if you want to earn money, you can try IDNPoker as your trustworthy venue to play poker for real money.

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