Let It Ride

Let It Ride

Play our online casino game Let It Ride, a five-card poker game where you could complete the classic Royal Flush.


    Let It Ride - Game Overview  

    Let It Ride is a five-card poker game where you compete against a pay table, as opposed to a dealer.

    You begin by making three bets of equal size, and you receive three cards. Two community cards are dealt face down. 

    The objective of the game is to combine your three card hand with the two community cards to form a five-card poker hand, which will be at least a pair of 10s. 

    Before each community card is revealed, you can withdraw one of their bets or keep it in action. If you win, all bets left in action are paid according to a pay table.

    There is also an optional 3 Card Bonus side bet, and this is based on your initial three cards and pays out if you have at least a pair.


    Ranking of Hands

    Hands are ranked from highest to lowest in this game, as outlined below:

    • Royal Flush (features the following cards of the same suit: A, K, Q, J, 10).
    • Straight Flush (all cards are in sequential rank and of an identical suit).
    • Four of a Kind (features four cards of the same rank).
    • Full House (features three matching cards of one rank and two matching cards of another rank).
    • Flush (all five cards have the same suit).
    • Straight (all cards are of sequential rank in two or more different suits).
    • Three of a Kind (features three cards of the same rank).
    • Two Pair (features two cards of an identical rank, in addition to two more of another matching rank).
    • Pair of Tens or Better (features two cards of the same rank).

    Note that the value of a card ascends sequentially from 2-10, and then as outlined below:

    • Jack (denoted by a J).
    • Queen (denoted by a Q).
    • King (denoted by a K).
    • Ace (denoted by an A).

    When a hand is evaluated, only the highest possible rank within your cards is considered (while a Straight Flush contains both a Straight and a Flush, it is calculated solely as a Straight Flush). 

    Ace is high, unless it is part of a 5-4-3-2-Ace sequence. Note that side bets are paid according to the pay table.


    Hand History

    Click on the ‘clock’ icon in the lower right side of the screen and the help page will be opened in a separate window, where you will be able to view information about your most recent play session.


    Playing the Game 

    Initial Bet

    One 52-card deck is used in this game, and when each hand ends it will be shuffled.

    At the start of the game, you are required to place three equal bets in the circles marked ($), (2) and (1). 

    The “3 Card Bonus” bet is optional.


    Playing -1

    You receive three starting cards, with two community cards that will be dealt face down.

    You have two choices:

    • You can Pull, withdrawing the (1) bet.

    OR

    • Let It Ride, which keeps the bet in play.


    Playing -2

    After the community card is revealed, you have a final decision to make:

    • Pull, which will withdraw the (2) bet, 

    OR

    • Let It Ride, keeping the bet in play.


    Playing -3

    The second community card is unveiled.

    If you possess less than a pair of 10s, all bets left in action will be settled as losers.

    If you have at least a pair of 10s, all bets left in action are paid according to the All 3 bets –($)/(2)/(1) pay table posted within the game.

    The optional 3 Card Bonus side bet is based on only your first three cards. You will be paid according to the 3 Card Bonus pay table, which is posted in the game.


    Restarting

    Once the game has ended, you can either hit:

    • The “Change Bet” button, which takes you back to the initial bet screen.

    OR

    • The “Re-bet” button, which places the same initial bet that you did in the last game.


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.49%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $96.49 of wins.