Joker’s Wild Pai Gow Poker
The player is given seven cards on the deal, divided into two separate poker hands: a two-card front hand; and a five-card back hand. The object is to have both hands rank higher than the corresponding front and back hands set by the other players.
Note: The front hand may not rank higher than the back hand.
Joker’s Wild Pai Gow Poker is played with a conventional poker deck with one added Joker, totaling 53 cards. The Joker may be used as any card. Five Aces (four Aces and a Joker) is the best possible hand. The following ranking chart indicates the general categories of hands in descending order of value:
- Five of a Kind
- Royal Flush
- Straight Flush
- Four of a Kind
- Full House
- Straight (A-2-3-4-5 is the smallest Straight)
- Three of a Kind
- Two Pairs
- One Pair
- No Pair (Nothing)
GEGA-002878. Must be 21. Play responsibly. 1-800 gambler or www.Problemgambling.Ca.Gov
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Did you know?
Pai Gow derives from the Chinese domino game and only became a card game in the late 20th Century.