High Card Flush


Licence type - Licence required
Trial originated at -

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

Licensee / proprietor -

Galaxy Gaming Inc.

Licensee contact details

6767Spencer Street

Las Vegas, NV 89119

info@galaxygaming.com

www.galaxygaming.com

 

Uk Sales Contact -

John Galajsza

Galaxy Gaming, Inc.

+44 (0) 7703 465488

jgalajsza@galaxygaming.com

www.galaxygaming.com


Basic Outline of sidebet rules / how to play


To begin play, each player may make an "Ante" wager and an optional "Flush" and/or "Straight Flush" wager.


The player first evaluates the hand for the number of cards in the biggest flush (2-3-4-5-6-7 card flush).


Example: 4 card flush beats a 3 card flush.


Each player then decides to fold and surrender their ante or continue by placing a raise wager.


Raise 1x ante on 2,3 or 4 card flush

Raise up to 2x the ante on a 5 card flush

Raise up to 3x the ante on a 6 or 7 card flush


The dealers hand only qualifies with a minimum of a 9 high 3 card flush or better. If the dealers hand does not qualify the player's ante wager is paid 1 to 1 and the raise wager is a push.


If the dealer does qualify and the player's hand is higher ranking than the dealer's hand, the player is paid 1 to 1 on both their ante and raise wagers. Otherwise, the ante and raise wagers lose. Tie hands push.


High Card Flush also offers two optional side wagers, the first is the "Flush" bonus wager. The "Flush" is an optional bonus wager made prior to and cards being dealt and pays against the posted paytable. If the player folds their hand face down, all bets will be lost.


The second optional side wager is the "Straight Flush" bonus wager. The "Straight Flush" is an optional bonus wager made prior to and cards being dealt and pays against the posted paytable. For the purposes of a straight flush an ace may be used as the lowest or highest ranking of the suit.


Both of the optional side wagers have no bearing on the primary bet and a player may discard a winning "Flush" or "Straight Flush" hand in favour of a stronger primary hand.


The player will still get paid on the optional side wager provided he makes the dealer aware he has a winning hand prior to the discarded portion of the player's hand being collected.

Example; A-10-5-2 Flush (best primay hand) - 10-9-8 Flush (winning “Straight Flush” hand)


Usual Odds Payable


"Flush" Sidebet


  Pay table A Pay table B Pay table C
4- Card Flush 1 TO 1 2 TO 1 2 TO 1
5- Card Flush 10 TO 1 10 TO 1 10 TO 1
6- Card Flush 100 TO 1 25 TO 1 25 TO 1
7- Card Flush 300 TO 1 150 TO 1 150 TO 1

  Pay table A Pay table B Pay table C
3- Card Straight Flush 7 TO 1 9 TO 1 £3
4- Card Straight Flush 60 TO 1 50 TO 1 £50
5- Card Straight Flush 100 TO 1 100 TO 1 £300
6- Card Straight Flush 1000 TO 1 200 TO 1 10% JACKPOT
7- Card Straight Flush 8000 TO 1 500 TO 1 100% JACKPOT

House Edge details


Paytable A

Primary = 2.64%

Flush Sidebet = 4.05%

Straight Flush Sidebet = 6.35%


Paytable B

Primary = 2.64%

Flush Sidebet = 7.80%

Straight Flush Sidebet = 13.09%


Paytable C

Primary = 2.64%

Flush Sidebet = 4.05%

Straight Flush Sidebet = 23.39%


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