Novice Course of Action for Double-Hand Poker

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Pai Gow Poker is a modern game with old origins. Built on the old Chinese tile game and the modern American version of poker, Pai Gow poker bands together the far east with the wild west in an excellent game for starting gamblers.

Pai Gow is a poker game that pits the gambler against the casino, not like almost all other poker games that gamblers play against other players. By playing against the dealer, beginning players do not need to be concerned about any other, more skillful players taking their cash.

A further Pai Gow edge is the relatively slow game pace, novices will be able to take their time and plan without having to make frenzied decisions.

It’s also easier to bet on for an extended time with basically a tiny bit of cash since, to lose, both of your hands must be under both of the casino’s hands.

Pai Gow uses 53 cards; the regular 52-card basic deck and a single joker. The gambler is dealt 7 cards face up and the croupier is dealt 7 cards faces hidden.

A 5 card hand and a 2 card hand need to be put together from the 7 cards dealt, the 5 card hand has to be higher than the two card hand. To win, a player needs both of his hand totals to be better than the houses.

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