Pai Gow Poker

Try to beat the dealer with both your High and Low hands and you could win up to 5,000x your bet in Pai Gow Poker.

    Pai Gow Poker - Game Overview

    Select your chip size and place it within the betting and bonus circles on the table.

    Click the ‘Undo’ or ‘Clear’ buttons and your bet will be reduced or removed.

    Begin your Pai Gow Poker game by hitting the ‘Deal’ button.

    How to Play

    You and the dealer receive seven cards each, which are subsequently divided into a five-card High Hand and a two-card Low Hand.

    In this game, your objective is to beat the dealer with both hands, so make sure both of your hands stand a chance of winning.

    How to Win

    If both of your hands beat the dealer’s hands then paid out at odds of 1:1, minus a 5% 'House fee' that the casino takes. 

    If you beat the dealer with one hand but lose with the other, then your stake is refunded. Should both hands lose, then your entire wager is lost.

    In Pai Gow Poker, the Joker is not a true wild card. 

    You can only use the Joker to complete a Straight, Flush, Straight Flush or Royal Flush - otherwise the Joker is classed as an Ace.

    You can also wager a bonus bet prior to the dealing of the cards.

    The bonus payout is determined by the seven card hand you receive initially, before you split them into a High and Low Hand.

    If you hold a named poker hand then the win will be shown in a banner alongside the winning combination and payout odds. 

    Your payout will appear in the win box when the game has ended.

    Bonus Payouts

    Win Multiplier
    Jack-High Pai Gowx2
    Three of a Kindx3
    10-High Pai Gowx5
    Full Housex5
    Four of a Kindx25
    9-High Pai Gowx40
    Straight Flushx50
    Royal Flushx150
    Five Acesx500
    Wild 7-card Straight Flushx1,000
    Natural 7-card Straight Flushx5,000

    Return To Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 97.28%

    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 $97.28 of wins.

    This return is based on you making the best choices.