Play Pai Gow Poker Online at Casino.com

The game of Pai Gow Poker in Casino.com Australia looks great as it comes with a fantastic interface. The Chinese dragon motifs on the table add a degree of authenticity to the game, and the features make it fun to play, like many other online casino games here. The game from Playtech that you get at Casino.com is simple, fun, and easy to play. With a good shot at winning, Pai Gow Poker is one of the many excellent online videopoker games available at our leading online casino.

Pai Gow Poker Rules at Casino.com

The standard rules of poker apply when it comes to ranking, except that the straight of value A2345 is the second highest straight after the AKQJ10.

The objective of the game is to separate the 7 cards dealt into 2 hands:

  • Five-card high hand: This hand has to be of a higher rank than the second hand.
  • Two-card low hand: This hand is the second highest hand from the 7 cards dealt.

Of course this hand does not apply at all casinos, but it is still there. The conventional poker rules apply to the 5-card hand, while the pair or no pair rule applies to the 2-card hand.

The table has everything laid out neatly. The dealer’s shoe is at the top right, while at the top left is the slot for keeping dealt cards. The chips are stacked on a rack between these two, and at the center of the table is the bet area. Immediately below it is the spot for placing the second highest hand out of the 7 cards dealt to you.

On the table’s edge are the chips that you can use to place your wager. This is done to make life easy; instead of having to go to the chip stack at the top of the table every time you can just pick the chip from the edge to place your wager.

Playing Pai Gow Poker for Real Money

To play Pai Gow Poker at Casino.com Australia you need to first place your bets. Click the chip you want to select; the bet gets placed automatically on the Bet area of the table. If you want to change your bet you can do so by clicking the Clear Bets button. Otherwise, click the Deal button to initiate the deal.

Once you click Deal, you are dealt 7 cards face up, and then the dealer is dealt 7 cards face down. Next, click the House Way button to separate the hand into 2 hands of 5 cards and 7 cards each. Immediately after that, the dealer’s cards are turned face up and whoever has the better hands wins. To play another hand, click the New Game button. The table clears up; now you can place fresh bets manually or by clicking the Rebet button if you want to repeat the earlier bet.