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Paigow Poker

Paigow Poker Rules and How to Play

The object of paigow poker is to make two poker hands. One that is a 5 card hand and one that is a 2 card hand. You want to beat the dealers hand with both of your hands. All players are dealt 7 cards face down. The hands are played and ranked as traditional poker hands (with one exception: A2345 is the second highest straight), and the 5 card hand must be higher than the 2 card hand. If both hands are better than the banker's hand, you win, if both lose, you lose, otherwise it's a push. The banker wins ties the example is A K vs. A K.

The game is played with a standard 52 card deck plus one joker. The joker can be used as an Ace or to complete a flush, straight or a straight flush. In paigow poker, the only strategic decisions are how much to bet and how to set your hand.

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After placing your bet you set your card by placing the 2 card hand over the 5 card hand. The banker designates which hands go to which player by shaking a dice cup with three dice; the banker's position is 1, 8 or 15 and the hands are passed out counterclockwise. So, if the dealer is the bank and the dice total to 8, the dealer gets the first hand, player 1 gets the second, player 2 gets the third and so on. The dice randomizes the hands because it happens after each deal.

There is a 5% commission on winning bets that you can either put out next to your winning bet, or the dealer will subtract from your payoff.

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