Ultimate Texas Hold Em
In Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em the player and the dealer receive two cards each and make their five card hands in combination with five community cards. The dealer qualifies with a pair or better. When the dealer does not qualify, your Ante wager is returned and all other wagers receive action. The best five card hand wins. To play against the dealer, the player must make an Ante and Blind wager. After viewing their cards, to continue play, the player must make a Play wager three to four times their ante, before any community cards are revealed. Once the three card flop — the first three community cards — are exposed you may check or bet two times your Ante wager. After all community cards are exposed, if you have not made a Play wager you may fold or make a Play wager equal to your Ante wager. If your hand beats the dealer’s your Play and Ante bets win even money. If you tie, those bets push.
RANKING OF HANDS
Highest to lowest hands are as follows: Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Quads (Four-of-a-Kind), Full House, Flush, Straight, Three-of-a-Kind,Two Pair, Pair, and Highest Card.
A bonus is paid on the Blind if a player hits a straight or better and beats the dealer. If you beat the dealer and your hand is less than a straight, the Blind pushes. If you tie the dealer the Blind pushes.
BLIND BONUS PAY TABLE
Player’s Hand Payout Odds Royal
|Royal Flush||500 to 1|
|Straight Flush||50 to 1|
|Quads||10 to 1|
|Full House||3 to 1|
|Flush||3 to 2|
|Straight||1 to 1|
Bet on the Trips Bonus spot and win when you are dealt Three-of-a-Kind or better, regardless of the dealer’s hand. You must place an Ante and Blind wager in order to play the Trips Bonus.
TRIPS BONUS PAY TABLE
Minimum and Maximum Bet for Trips Bonus is $3 to $25.
Player’s Hand Payout Odds
|Royal Flush||50 to 1|
|Straight Flush||40 to 1|
|Quads||30 to 1|
|Full House||8 to 1|
|Flush||7 to 1|
|Straight||4 to 1|
|Trips||3 to 1|
No Side Bets Allowed.
The maximum aggregate payout per player during any one round is $20,000.
In case of misdeal all hands are called dead and bets returned to the player.
If a bet is over the table maximum the bet is honored up to the table maximum and the overage returned to the player.
If a player fails to meet the table minimum the floor supervisor will be notified and the bet will be honored while the floor person explains table minimums. If it happens again the hand will be called dead and the bet returned to the player.