Hybrid Triple Bet - (Basic Game)


Licence type - Licence required
Status -  
Trial originated at -

Grosvenor Casinos Limited
Statesman House
Stafferton Way
Maidenhead  SL6 1AY
Tel: 01628 504000

Date placed on trial

July 15th 2011
Licensee / proprietor -

Stephen Au-Yeung

Licensee contact details

Email: -   CasinoHoldem@GMail.com  or
S@MrCasinoGames.com

www.MrCasinoGames.com / www.NewTableGames.com / www.CasinoHoldemPoker.com

Basic Outline of sidebet rules / how to play


1. The game is played with six decks of standard card dealt from a shoe or shuffle machine. The game is unusual in consisting of three separate wagers, for effectively three separate games but played during the same hand.


2. Players must first place three wagers on the three betting circles in front of them, being:-


3. Flush Bet (top)


4. Sandwich Bet (middle)


5. Block Bet (bottom)


6. The three wagers may each be for different amounts within the table maximums, but participating players must make all three wagers.


Flush Bet


7. The Dealer deals one card face up to each Player and one community card (the “flop” card) face up to the area in front of the chip tray.


8. The Player wins if their card is the same suit as the Flop card, and loses if it is not. Ace is high for this aspect of the game. Better odds are paid if the card is of the same ranking, or higher than the Flop card, in accordance with the pay table below.


9. If the Players “Flush” wager is of a different suit, it loses.


Sandwich bet


10. When all Flush wagers have been settled, the Dealer deals a second card to each Player and a second card to the Flop, all face up.


11. The Player wins if the second flop card is of the same rank as either of their own cards.


12. They also win if the second flop card is sandwiched between the values of the two Player cards. For example, if the Player has a 2 and a 9, and the Second flop card is a 5 it is a “Sandwich”. Better odds are paid if the flop card forms the middle value of a three card straight. For example, if the Player has 6 and 8 and the second flop card is a 7. This is called a “Straight Sandwich”. The Sandwich relates only to card ranking, so suits are irrelevant.


13. Ace is high for this aspect of the game.


14. Odds are paid in accordance with pay table below: -


Block Bet


15. Having settled each Player’s Sandwich wager, the Dealer leaves each Player’s two cards in position, but discards the two Flop cards. The Dealer then deals one card, face up, in front of the float tray”.


16. The Player wins if at least one of his two cards is of the same suit and is of a higher ranking than the Dealer’s card. The bet will push if one of the Player’s cards is of the same rank and suit as the Dealer’s card. Odds are paid to winning hands as below.


17. If the Player does not have one of the winning hands in the table below, and one of their cards is not of the same rank and suit as the Dealer’s card, they will lose.


Usual odds paid


Odds for Flush Bet


Hand Description Odds
Flush-Pair Player’s card is the same rank and suit as the flop card 8 – 1
Flush-High Player’s card is the same suit and also a higher ranking than the flop card

3 – 1

Flush - Low Player’s card is the same suit but is of a lower ranking than the flop card 2 - 1

Odds for Sandwich Bet


Hand Description Odds
Triple Sandwich Both the Player’s two cards are the same rank as the second flop card 15 – 1
Straight Sandwich The three cards are consecutive, but the flop card is sandwiched in between the Dealer’s two card rankings

7 – 1

Sandwich The second flop card is the middle ranked card of the three, but without the cards being consecutive.  Also, if the second flop card is of equal rank with either of the Player’s two cards 1 - 1

If either one of the Player’s two cards is of the

same value as the second flop card
1-1

Odds for Block Bet


Hand Description Odds
Ultimate The Player’s two cards are a pair of the same rank and suit, and both are also higher than - and of the same suit as - the Dealer’s card. 35 – 1
Pair Block

The Player’s two cards are of the same rank, but different suits, but both are higher than - and one of them is the same suit as – the Dealer’s card.

10 – 1

Flush Block The Player’s two cards are of the same suit, but different rankings, and either one, or both, are higher than – and the same suit as – the Dealer’s card. 5 - 1
Block One of the Player’s cards is higher than – and the same suit as – the Dealer’s card 2 - 1

If one of the Player’s cards matches the Dealer’s card in rank and suit, but the other does not combine with it to make one of the above hands, then the wager will push.


House Edge details


5.478%


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