About Red Dog
Red Dog is a table poker variant, and one which has become rather popular of late. This table game has been reproduced by several developers, and Rival Gaming are no exception. Their take on Red Dog poker may appear complex, but even newbies should grasp the concept of the game relatively quickly. The look and feel of this table game is the same as many other Rival Gaming developed table games, with a realistic appearance, and basic rule structures in place. Red Dog may take a bit of getting used to, but it is certainly worth checking out if you happen to be playing at a Rival Gaming powered casino site.
How to play and betting
Red Dog is considerably cheaper to play than many of the other table games produced by Rival Gaming. Chip sizes of 1.00, 5.00, 10.00, 25.00, and 100.00 can be selected by the player, with minimum and maximum table limits set to 1.00 per hand, and 200.00 per hand, respectively.
The objective in Red Dog poker is to predict whether the third card draw from the deck is in-between the value of the first two cards drawn. All the numbered cards count for their own value, whilst Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces count for 11s, 12s, 13s, and 14s. Players can bet on the value of the third card drawn, or they can bet on the spread.
Firstly, a player must bet on the likelihood that the card will be between the two cards drawn. If the player guesses correctly, they win. If not, they lose. Players can also pocket wins for in other events, too.
If the player successfully guesses that the third card will fit neatly between the first two draw cards, they will pocket even money on their bet. These are known as non-consecutive hands, and this is where the spread bet comes into play. If they pull off a Pair Hand (the value of the third card is the same as the first two) then they win 11:1. Consecutive Hands (two cards dealt in numerical order) will not see a third card drawn, and the hand is a push.
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