The objective of Red Dog is to bet on the likelihood that the rank
of a third card is going to fall between the first two. If it does
fall between, you win.
Enter a betting amount by clicking on the chips located at the lower
right corner of the screen. The chips are automatically placed on
top of the "bet" area on the table when clicked. Note: The right mouse
button is for deducting money from the table.
Once wager is placed, click on the "DEAL" button to continue.
Two cards will unfold, leaving you with one card folded.
You have two options, either "Raise" or "Not Raise."
Raise: Raising automatically places the amount initially wagered
on Bet and Payout amount is doubled.
Not Raise: Will payout according to table below without raising your
After playing a game, you will be asked to either play a "New Game"
or "Last Bet".
New Game: This allows you to start a new game with a new wager.
Last Bet: Keeps the same amount initially wagered on your previous bet.
Minimum bet: $1
Maximum bet: $200
When the "Raise" bet comes in and it's based on the "spread". The
"spread" is the number of card values that lie between the two initial
cards. The value of any card from 2 to 10 counts at face value, a
jack counts as 11, a queen as 12, a king as 13, and an ace counts
Here's an example to start you off. If the dealer deals a 7 and
a 10, since 8 and 9 fall between the 7 and 10, the spread is 2. If
the next hand plays a 4 and a 5, then since the cards are consecutive,
no cards fall between 4 and 5 and it's called a "tie". In this case
you keep your money and the hand is over.
Red Dog gives you another option to bet on the spread where you
go for a bonus payout. The odds are set based on a simple principle:
the narrower the spread, the higher the potential payout ("bonus").
OK, so you open with a bet and the dealer deals two cards. The cards
are placed face up on the table and the dealer will place a marker
to indicate (1) the spread and (2) the odds the house offers on an
additional bet (the "raise"). If you choose not bet any further, you
will win your original bet at even money if you win the hand.
If you do decide to raise, you're betting at house odds as printed
on the Red Dog table. If you win, you get your original bet at even
money and the raise bet at the odds indicated.
If the first two cards are a tie (consecutive cards) you keep your
bet. If the two cards are a pair, betting stops but you'll get paid
at 11:1 if the third card makes it three of a kind. Otherwise your
bet is returned.
Finally, if the third card matches either of the first two, you
lose your bet.
In a winning hand, opening bets are always paid out at even money.
Raise bets are paid out based on the spread as follows:
5 : 1
4 : 1
2 : 1
1 : 1
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