To play, the player must spread his bet equally on the “Mise” and “Blind” boxes of the stack and bet optional on the “Bonus” box. These bets cannot then be removed or changed, so the player can think about them from the beginning.
Once the bet is made, the dealer hands out 2 cards to each player at the table (up to 7) and to the bank, face down. Cards can be viewed by players.
First round of betting
At this point, the player is offered several options: either put 3 to 4 times the amount of the “Bet” box in the “Play” box, or pass (Check).
After this first round, the dealer returns 3 common cards. If the player has not yet bet on the “Jouer” box, he can put twice the amount of the “Mise” box in the “Jouer” box, or switch again.
Turn and River
The dealer returns the remaining 2 common cards. If the player has not yet bet on the “Jouer” box, he has the choice between putting the amount of the “Mise” box in the “Jouer” box, or folding. The player then loses all bets made so far, with the exception of the one placed on the “Bonus” box.
End of the hand
The dealer flips the bank’s two cards and announces his hand. The Bank needs a pair or better to qualify. In the opposite case, “Mise” is the player’s return.
- If the player’s hand is stronger than the Bank’s hand: “Bet” and “Play” will be paid equally.
- If the Bank has a better hand than the player, its chips on “Mise,” “Jouer” and “Blind” are lost.
- If the player’s hand is equal to the Bank’s hand, the “Mise,” “Jouer” and “Blind” amounts remain.
“Blind” will only be paid if the player’s hand is stronger than the Bank’s hand, with at least one suite.
The player wins the “Bonus” only if he touches a set or better, regardless of the Bank’s hand.
Payment tables of “BLINDE” and “BONUS”