Each player places three equal bets in three spaces labeled (1),(2) and ($). The dealer then deals three cards to each player face down. He also deals two "community" cards face down in front of himself.

Now, take a look at your three cards. If you think you have the beginnings of a good hand, or if you're just feeling lucky, then Let It Ride! If you're not pleased, pull back your first bet.

The dealer then turns over the first community card, which becomes the fourth card in your hand. Again, if you think you have a good hand, Let It Ride! If not, pull back your second bet.

Finally, the dealer turns over the second community card, completing your five-card poker hand. If you've pulled back your first two bets, the third bet has to play. If your five-card hand contains a pair of 10s or better, you win. And you can win big bucks, as you can see by the payout table:

Royal Flush1,000 to 1
Straight Flush200 to 1
4-of-a-Kind50 to 1
Full House11 to 1
Flush8 to 1
Straight5 to 1
Three of a Kind3 to 1
Two-Pair2 to 1
Pair of 10s or better1 to 1

Bonus Bet

The bonus bet is an optional $1 bet. The bonus bet is payed using the following payout table:

Royal Flush20,000 to 1
Straight Flush2,000 to 1
4-of-a-Kind400 to 1
Full House200 to 1
Flush50 to 1
Straight25 to 1
Three of a Kind5 to 1

3-Card Bonus

The 3-Card Bonus bet is an optional bonus bet. The bet is based on your three cards only. The 3 Card Bonus will receive action regardless if you fold your hand. The bet wins with a pair or better. The 3-Card poker hands pay according to the following pay table:

Mini Royal50 to 1
Straight Flush40 to 1
Three of a Kind30 to 1
Straight6 to 1
Flush4 to 1
Pair1 to 1