Pai Gow: An Asian Game Of Ages With American Version-Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow: An Asian Game Of Ages With American Version-Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker is an American version of Pai Gow, an ancient local Asian game gamed with tiles that appear like dominoes. To make it simple, Pai Gow was launched in the American market using universal 52-card joker and Dec. As laid out in the regulations of Pai Gow Poker, you may use the joker as a wild card or an Ace to finish a Straight, a Flush, or a Straight Flush.

Basics of Pai Gow Poker:

To begin playing Pai Gow Poker, you have to place a wager based on the table minimum. After all bets are made, all participants at the table are presented with seven cards and must make two poker hands; a standard five-card poker hand and a two-card poker hand. The five-card hand is frequently known as the high, bottom, big hand or behind while the two-card hand is commonly known as on top, minor, low, small, or in front hand.

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When making two hands from the seven cards, ensure your five-card hand has higher cards than your two-card hand. If you have the highest cards on your two-card hand, it’s known as a” Foul,” and you will automatically lose the game.

Generally, five-card hands maintains the set winning poker hand rules, while two-card hands are basically pairs and high cards. The greatest two-card hand is a set of Aces, and the worst is a hand that has 3 and 2.

As soon as your two hands have the cards in the order you like, put them on the table with the two-card hand in front and the five-card at the behind, thus the nicknames. Your primary aim is to win both hands against the banker, and in this situation, one of the players at the dealer or table can be a banker.

 

Determining the Winner:

In an effort to determine the winner, all the participants’ hands are compared to the banker’s hands. If both of your hands are superior to the banker’s hands, you will be declared the winner. If your single hand surpasses the banker, that round will be considered as a push or draw in which you do not win or lose. However, if both hands of the banker are superior to yours, you lose your bet. You also lose the bet if you tie with the banker.

Playing Tips of Pai Gow Poker:

At any given opportunity you get, always strive to be the banker because bankers have an upper hand when it comes to winning in comparison to other players. However, it is advisable that you have sufficient amount of money since you will be covering all the bets of other players if they win.

Also, attempt to balance out both two-card hand and five-card hand to increase b your chances of winning, since some gamers only pay attention to the five-card hand and forget about the two-card hand or vice versa.…

Asian Gaelic Games 2011 – Suwon, South Korea

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In the days leading up to the weekend of the 15th and 16th of October 2011, Mark packed their collective bags, and 4 teams headed to South Korea to take part in the 2011 Asian Gaelic Games in Suwon. Below is a summary of each teams experiences at the games from the respective team captains. Congratulations to our ladies A team on winning the ladies Plate for the 2nd year in a row, and to the 3 ladies who won well-deserved All-Star awards – Ciara Quigley, Alexa Trout and Jenn Collins. Photos will be uploaded here in the next few weeks, but you can also check our Facebook page for photos, and check out the official games website for some more photos. The yellow shirts of Mark from the opening ceremony are hard to miss, and you’ll find photos from both our ladies teams further down the page.