• Genting Stud Poker

    • Genting Stud Poker is a poker variation based on five-card stud. It is played with a single deck of cards with the players playing against the House rather than against each other. Players also have the opportunity to wager on the Progressive Jackpot.
    • The Genting Stud Poker Progressive Jackpot system allows multiple credit betting and dealer hand bets. Players can participate in the auxiliary game by placing a side bet on their own hand and/or on the dealer’s hand.
    • At the start of the game, players must make an opening wager (ante).
    • Players have the option of making a progressive jackpot bet on their own hand and/or on the dealer’s hand.
    • The Progressive Jackpot bet pays on hands of Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Full House or Flush.
    • Any player having qualifying hands for the Progressive Jackpot will notify the House. Their cards are left face-up on the table for processing of payment, regardless whether the House has a hand of Ace and King or higher. If two or more players qualify for the jackpot during the same game, the 100% or 10% winners will be paid according to House rules. The lower jackpots will be paid according to the number of credits bet.
    • The House will deal the cards (face-down), starting from left to right, until all players and House have five cards each. One card for the House will be turned face-up to cover the other four cards (face-down).
    • After the players examine their hands, they can decide:
    • • to fold – player loses his wager (ante)
      • to play his hand against the House
    • Player must place exactly double the amount of his ante in a designated area (bet).
    • • If the House does not have a hand of Ace and King or higher, the player automatically wins the ante (even money) and the game is over. No payment on the back wager (bet).
      • In the event that the House has a hand of Ace and King or higher, the dealer compares his hand to each player’s hand individually.
    • If the House’s hand outranks the player’s, the player loses his ante and bet
    • If the player’s hand outranks the House’s, the player wins
    • • Payoffs are in addition to the Progressive Jackpot payout. The House must have a hand of at least Ace and King or higher to qualify for the bonus payout.
      • When House and player have the same ranking of hand, this denotes a tie (push hand).
      • Payment of the Progressive Jackpot will start from player position 1 – 8 (left to right), with the dealer’s position counted as number 8 and paid last. Jackpots will be processed by position regardless of type of jackpot struck.
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