This easy-to-learn game, let is ride poker, offers guests the opportunity to control two of their three bets wagered. It is based on Five-Card Stud Poker, however, the Players do not play against the Dealer or any other Player. Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate player, or an expert, all the vital information on how to play Let It Ride Poker is here for your easy use.
How to Play
All bets must be placed prior to the Dealer announcing, “No More Bets.” Each Player places three (3) equal bets in the spaces indicated 1, 2, and $.
The Dealer deals three (3) cards to each Player face down. He also deals three Community Cards face down on a designated area on the layout. The Community Card on the Dealer’s right is removed and placed in the discard rack without exposing the card, leaving two Community Cards.
Players are not playing against the Dealer or the other Players. They are simply trying to get the best possible Poker hand by using their three
The Dealer turns up one Community Card. The Player may then ask for their second bet back or “Let It Ride.” After each Player has made a decision regarding bet number two, each Player’s cards will be placed face down on the designated area of the layout. At this time, cards may not be touched again.
The Dealer then turns up the second Community Card and in a counterclockwise direction, turns the three cards of each Player face up. After collecting all losing wagers, the Dealer pays all winning hands according to the payout schedule.
Regardless of the decision made concerning the first or second bet, a Player may not take back the third bet, which is denoted on the layout by a dollar sign ($).
Players cannot show their hands to other Players. There is a $50,000 maximum payout per Player per hand.
3-Card Bonus Wager:
A Player may place an optional 3-Card Bonus wager to begin a new round of play along with the Let-it-Ride wagers. A 3-Card Bonus wager is independent of the Let-it-Ride hand and will be paid on its own merit. In other words, if the 3-Card Bonus hand contains a pair or better, that Player will be paid for his/her 3- Card Bonus wager. This wager must be paid regardless of whether the Let-it-Ride hand wins or not.