Four Card Poker

Four Card Poker™ is a game that rewards skill, patience and nerve. It is similar to Three Card Poker® but with one major difference. In Three Card Poker, the Play wager must equal the Ante; in Four Card, players may bet up to three times their Ante when staying in the game. Featuring head-to-head play against the dealer and an optional bonus bet, Four Card Poker is a fast-paced, exciting game that is quickly becoming another high demand specialty game.

Rules of Play

  1. Players make an Ante bet to compete against the dealer, and make the Aces Up bet to play against the pay table. Players receive five cards to make four-card poker hands. Four-card straights are straights, four-card flushes are flushes. The dealer gets six cards to make his four-card hand, and one of his cards is dealt face-up.
  2. After seeing their hands, players may fold or stay in the game by making a Play wager. Players may bet 1x to 3x their Ante when staying in the game. The dealer reveals his hand and compares it with each player's. If a player beats (or ties) the dealer, his Play and Ante bets win even money. If the dealer beats a player, players Play and Ante bets lose. Note: the dealer always qualifies.
  3. Premium hands–three-of-a-kind and higher–receive automatic payouts. These are paid on the Ante wager. Automatic bonuses always win, even if the player loses to the dealer.
  4. The Aces Up side bet wins when a player has a pair of Aces or better.

Four Card Poker Payouts

Aces Up

  • Four-of-a-Kind: 50 to 1
  • Straight Flush: 40 to 1
  • Three-of-a-Kind: 8 to 1
  • Flush: 5 to 1
  • Straight: 4 to 1
  • Two Pair: 3 to 1
  • Pair of Aces: 1 to 1

Automatic Bonus

  • Four-of-a-Kind: 25 to 1
  • Straight Flush: 20 to 1
  • Three-of-a-Kind: 2 to 1