MrCasinoGames
MrCasinoGames
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September 17th, 2010 at 2:44:04 AM permalink

Casino Holdem® 4-Suit Poker™
Invented in 2007
US Patents: 6,206,373 and 6,637,747
Mathematical Analysis = Michael Shackleford, A.S.A.

Mr CasinoGames® Over the last 10+ years has built up a library of more than 80 Casino Games.
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Introduction to:Casino Holdem® 4-Suit Poker™
The following text is provided by the Wizard of Odds himself.

Rules
1. A single 52-card deck is used. All cards are ranked as in poker.

2. The order of hands is shown in table 1. If both player and dealer have the same ranking hand then the individual cards will be used to determine the higher hand. If a suit is only represented by one card, then obviously that one is played. If a suit is represented by two or more cards then only one suit, resulting in the highest ranking hand, may be played. Other cards of that suit are ignored.

3. Play begins with the player making an ante wager, plus optional side bet.

4. Each player will receive three cards face down, plus one player's community card, also dealt face down. The dealer will receive four cards, three cards face down, and one card face up. The player may look at his own three cards but may not exchange information with other players.

5. The player has the choice to fold or make a raise bet. The raise bet must be two times the ante bet. If the player folds he will lose his ante bet and his cards will be collected.

6. The dealer will turn over the player's community card and his own three cards dealt face down.

7. The dealer needs three suits or higher to qualify. For example, 5♥, 4♣, 3♦, 2♥ would be the lowest possible qualifying hand.

8. If the dealer does not qualify, then the ante bet will pay according to the pay table in table 2, and the raise will push.

9. If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer then the ante bet will pay according to the pay table in table 2, and the raise will pay 1 to 1.

10. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer beats the player then the ante and raise bets will lose.

11. If the dealer qualifies and the player and dealer tie then the ante and raise will push.

12. The side bet will pay according only to the player's hand. Three possible pay tables for the side bet are shown in table 3.

Table 1 - Hand Order
1 Four suits, four of a kind
2 Four suits, two pair
3 Four suits, three of a kind
4 Four suits, one pair
5 Four suits
6 Three suits, three of a kind
7 Three suits, pair
8 Three suits
9 Two suits, pair
10 Two suits
11 One suit

Table 2 - Ante Winning Pay Table
1 Four suits, four of a kind ----100 to 1
2 Four suits, two pair -----------30 to 1
3 Four suits, three of a kind ----15 to 1
4 Four suits, one pair -------------3 to 1
5 Four suits ------------------------2 to 1
6 Three suits to One suit ---------1 to 1

Table 3 - Side Bet Pay Tables
Four aces ----------------------200 to 1
Four suits, four of a kind -----100 to 1
Four suits, two pair ------------50 to 1
Four suits, three of a kind -----30 to 1
Four suits, pair -----------------10 to 1
Four suits ------------------- -----5 to 1
All other------------------- -------Loss


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MightyOne
MightyOne
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September 20th, 2010 at 10:34:36 PM permalink
Can you post the payouts?
Yes I am a donkey, I never said that I wasn't!
MrCasinoGames
MrCasinoGames
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September 21st, 2010 at 8:48:35 AM permalink
Quote: MightyOne

Can you post the payouts?



Yes, The payouts has added.
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mkl654321
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September 21st, 2010 at 11:13:50 AM permalink
It wouldn't have a prayer because the vast majority of casino players (even poker players) aren't familiar at all with Badugi and its variants. Somebody would pick up four cards of the same suit and then confidently wait for the dealer to pay him. Riots would ensue.
The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one. The happiness of credulity is a cheap and dangerous quality.---George Bernard Shaw
cardshark
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September 21st, 2010 at 11:24:42 AM permalink
I think the side bet ought to pay a progressive jackpot for the four aces.
BigTip
BigTip
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September 21st, 2010 at 12:22:05 PM permalink
I've played it online at one of my poker sites. I didn't like it as a game. I would not sit down at a table to play it. It is as boring as Razz.

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