Four Card Poker

Beat the house in this thrilling four-card poker game, with an optional side bet that brings the fun.

    Four Card Poker - Game Overview

    The aim of Four Card Poker is to beat the house's four-card hand.

    Start by placing a bet in the Ante bet area.

    Once all bets have been made, you'll receive five cards and the house receives six.

    Five of these six cards are dealt face down.

    You may then choose one of the Play bets or fold.

    The two Play bets available are:

    • 1x Ante
    • 3x Ante

    If you decide to fold, you'll lose your Ante bet.

    If you have any of the hands needed for the Ante bet, and a Play bet is made, you'll receive a payout regardless of the house's hand.

    Ante Bonus payouts are multiples of the Ante bet.

    If you make a Play bet, the house will reveal its cards and the best four-card hands are compared.

    If you have a better hand than the house - or it's tied - the Ante and Play bets will pay out at a 1:1 ratio.

    If the house has a better hand, you'll lose both Ante and Play bets.

    Aces Up

    Aces Up is an optional side bet. 

    You can only place an Aces Up bet after making an Ante bet but before the cards are dealt.

    The Aces Up payout is based on your best hand.

    It is evaluated regardless of whether you choose to place a Play bet or fold.

    The payout ratios for the Aces Up side bet are as follows: 

    Pair of Aces1:1
    Two Pair2:1
    Three of a Kind7:1
    Straight Flush30:1
    Four of a Kind50:1

    The payouts for the Ante Bonus are as follows:

    Multiplier Value
    Three of a Kind2x
    Straight Flush20x
    Four of a Kind25x

    Hand Rankings

    From lowest to highest, here are the rankings for the available four-card hands:

    High CardHand is valued by highest-value card
    PairTwo cards of the same rank
    Two PairTwo cards of one matching rank, and another two cards of another matching rank
    StraightFour cards of sequential rank in at least two different suits
    FlushFour cards of the same suit
    Three of a KindThree cards of a same rank
    Straight FlushFour cards in sequential rank, of the same suit
    Four of a KindFour cards of the same rank

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (Four Card Poker): 98.68%.

    Return to Player (Aces Up): 96.63%.

    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 $98.68 of wins.