Crazy 4 Poker®
Crazy 4 Poker® is an easy game to master. It offers play against the dealer and also the optional Queens Up and progressive side bets.
HOW TO PLAY
You receive ﬁve cards to make your best four-card poker hand. A four-card is a straight, a four-card ﬂush is a ﬂush, etc.
PLAYER VS. DEALER
Make equal bets on the ante and Super Bonus spots. After seeing your cards, you can fold or stay in the game by making the play wager. The play wager must match your ante unless you have a pair of aces or better. If you have at least a pair of aces, you may bet up to three times your ante. The dealer qualiﬁes with a king-high or better. When you beat the dealer’s qualifying hand, your ante and play bets win even money. When the dealer qualiﬁes and beats your hand, your ante and play bets lose. When the dealer does not qualify your play bet wins and your ante bet pushes. Super Bonus and Queens Up wagers are resolved normally.
The Super Bonus wins if you have a straight or better. Failure to get at least a straight does not result in an automatic loss. Your Super Bonus bet pushes if you tie or beat the dealer with less than a straight. If the dealer beats you and your hand doesn’t contain a straight or better your ante, play and Super Bonus bets lose. However, If the dealer beats you and your hand does contain a straight or better your Super Bonus bet is paid and your original Super Bonus wager is NOT removed. See layout for odds.
The Queens Up bonus bet wins when you receive a pair of queens or better. See layout for odds. Note: Winning Queens Up wagers are paid regardless of the dealer's hand.
The progressive bet qualiﬁes you for payouts from the progressive jackpot. See paytable for odds. Top hands trigger envy bonuses. See paytable for payouts. you can win multiple envy bonuses in a round, but you cannot receive an envy bonus for your own hand or the dealer’s hand.
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