Fortune Pai Gow Poker


Each Player must make a Pai Gow Poker wage. Each Player has the option to make a Fortune Bonus wager.


The Fortune Bonus wager may be larger than the Pai Gow Poker wager within the table limits designated by the "house."


Players that make a Fortune Bonus wager of at least five dollars qualify for the "Envy Bonus."


Each Player receives seven card, which they must separate into a low two-card hand and a high five-card hand.


The dealer compares the player's high and low hands against the dealer's high and low hands and settles the Pai Gow Poker wager as appropriate


The dealer then determins the player's best five-card or seven-card hand from all seven players cards. The dealer rearranges the cards, if necessary.


If the player has a five-card hand of "straight or better" the player receives the appropriate payoff.


If the player hand is a "four of a kind" or better the hand is spread face up because it qualifies for the "Envy Bonus."


All Pai Gow Rules apply.



Pay Tables

Pai Gow Insurance Pay Table

 

7-Card Straight Flush w/o Joker | 8,000 to 1

Royal Flush plus Royal Match | 2,000 to 1

7-Card Straight Flush w/Joker | 1,000 to 1

Five Aces | 400 to 1

Royal Flush | 150 to 1

Straight Flush | 50 to 1

Four of a Kind | 25 to 1

Full House | 5 to 1

Flush | 4 to 1

Three of A Kind | 3 to 1

Straight | 2 to 1

Emperor's Treasure Pay Table

 

$5,000 | 8,000 to 1

$1,000 | 2,000 to 1 

$500 | 1,000 to 1

$250 | 400 to 1

$50 | 150 to 1 

$20 | 50 to 1 

$5  | 25 to 1