Getting a pair
Getting 2 pairs
Getting a "straight" example: 2,3,4,5
Getting a "flush" all tiles of same colored dots
Dealer and player having Copy
Winning the high hand
Winning the low hand
I would also wonder the odds of these type of hands would be.
Crown Casino in Melboure Australia has a bonus side bet that gets paid on specific hands:
Wong - even money
Pair - 2-1
Gee Jun, Teen or Day pair - 5-1
2 pairs - 12-1
Lame Duck (high 6/low 6/any 7/any 4 set as 1-2) - 20-1
Teen and Day pairs - 40-1 I Think
Gee Jun & Day Pair - 60-1 I think
Gee Jun & Teen Pair - 200-1
|Gee-Jun and Teen pair||200||1||0.000028||0.005562|
|Gee-Jun and Day pair||60||1||0.000028||0.001669|
|Heaven pair and Earth pair||30||1||0.000028||0.000834|
|Gee-Jun, Teen or Day pair||5||1260||0.035039||0.175195|
By the way, a "lame duck" is a 2-1 hand, which must be composed of a high 6, low 6, any 7, and any 4.
Only the highest win pays.
I've seen that side bet at the gaming show but never knew it made it into a casino. Here is a quick analysis.
I agree with your figures exactly.
I probably should read the website, but I am curious if it is like pai gow poker where if it is in your hand you get the bonus, or if you have to play the wong etc... to get it. I have played many times where splitting the wong was the better move, I am a bit of a sucker in the sense that I always play my highest hand no matter what the low is, for example I would rather play a 9/0 than a 5/4 (I am not sure if these are correct examples, but it is to give the general idea)
The side bet pays regardless of how you set the hand for the main bet. If you have 2-5-9-10 and set the hand as 7/9 instead of 5/Wong, the side bet will still pay you even money for the Wong.