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How To Play Let It Ride Poker
The chance to win big. The possibility of luck being on one’s side. The sheer thrill of making a gamble. These are three things that a game of Let It Ride Poker can guarantee. Unlike casino games that seem to rely solely on good fortune, this variation of poker requires deft skill and brains to actually win. So while lady luck may smile on a player for a few rounds, it will ultimately boil down to a test of wits.
While Let It Ride Poker is a single player game and has been considered as a game for smaller monetary bets, it never lacked in the excitement factor. This is because unlike other card games wherein it is required to increase the amount of the bets, Let It Ride Poker actually allows the player to reduce his bets when he feels like it. The player has full control of the game, thus making winning – or losing – entirely in his hands. Let It Ride Poker is played on a blackjack-sized gaming table. Prior to the start of the game, the player is required to make three bets in equal amounts.
After making the bets, he is given three cards that are dealt face down. After this, two other cards (called “community cards”) will also be dealt face down at the top of the table. The goal of the game is to create the strongest hand of poker possible. After the five cards have been dealt out, the player can decide whether or not to let his cards ride or if he wants to pull them out. Letting it ride means that he believes that his cards have the possibility of forming the strongest poker hand while pulling them out means removing one of his three bets from the playing table. After the decision has been made, the dealer then turns one of the community cards up and gives the player the option to remove his second bet. It should be noted that the second bet is not dependent on the first bet. The second community card is turned over after this round and with all the five cards opened, the player’s win is determined. This is done through the “payoff” square of the betting table. Let It Ride Poker also has a special feature called the “Side Bet”.
Through this feature, the player can have additional winning combinations when he places a $1 bet on the “Side Bet Playoff” square.
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