In High Card Flush, each Player plays against the Dealer and not against other Players. There are multiple wagers that may be made by a Player. Ranking of hands are based upon the number of cards of the same suit (a Flush) in the Player’s or Dealer’s hand. The Ante and Raise wagers correspond to the Player’s hand versus the Dealer’s hand, and Players win if their hand contains more cards of the same suit than the Dealer’s, regardless of suit.
The Flush and Straight Flush bonus side wagers are based upon comparing the Player’s hand to a predetermined paytable. These wagers remain in action even if the Player folds during play and forfeits their Ante and Raise wagers.
Types of Wagers
Ante Wager – Only mandatory wager. Win when your Flush is higher than the Dealer, or if the Dealer doesn’t qualify.
Raise Wager – Raise wager or fold. Make up to 3X your Ante wager, depending upon your Flush. The better your hand, the more you can wager! (Dealer must qualify to win).
Flush Wager – Compare your Flush to the paytable for great odds.Straight Flush Wager – Win big with a Straight Flush. The larger the Straight Flush, the more you win!
Flush and Straight Flush wagers automatically pay even if the Dealer has a higher hand.
1. A maximum of six Players may participate.
2. High Card Flush is played with one deck of standard playing cards (52 cards). The cards are either manually shuffled or by using an automatic shuffler.
3. After the Dealer announces “No more bets” and the first card is dealt, Players are not permitted to alter or touch any bet wagered.
4. Cash wagers will not be accepted. All currency tendered will be exchanged by the Dealer for value chips.
5. Players are permitted to touch their own playing cards.
6. Players cannot look at their cards until the Dealer has verified that all cards are accounted for and ensured that the correct number of cards is in play.
7. Each Player is required to keep their cards over the table and in full view of the Dealer at all times.
8. The Player may not touch the cards after they have folded them, placed the Raise wager, or tucked them under the Straight Flush wager.