Mississippi Stud Poker

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Mississippi Stud, Caribbean Stud and Texas Hold’em Poker are both linked to the progressive jackpot.

What is the objective of the game?

Mississippi Stud Poker offers a new and exciting take on a traditional Poker style game with elements from other newer iterations all in one game!

Rather than competing against the Dealer or other Players, the objective of the game is to achieve a 5-card hand with a Pair of Sixes or higher. By wagering for additional cards from the Community Cards, you build on your initial two cards to establish a 5-card hand.

How do I start?

First place a wager in the 'Ante' box. There are also two optional wagers you may place prior to starting the game, ‘3 Card Bonus' and ‘Jackpot'.

How do I bet?

Once all Players have received their cards, you may look at your two Hole Cards. To build your 5-card hand, you must place a ‘Street’ wager for the next corresponding card from the Community Cards. Bets must be 1x, 2x or 3x your original 'Ante’ bet. If you’re not confident in the outcome of your hand, you may fold your hand at any time and forfeit any previous Street and Ante wagers.

How do I win?

Once the final Community Card (5th Street) is revealed, the Dealer will then display your hand and determine the results.

A hand ranked with a Pair of Jacks or higher will have all Street and Ante wagers paid according to the Mississippi Stud Pay Table.
A hand ranked within an inclusive range of a Pair of Sixes to a Pair of Tens will standoff (neither win nor lose).
A hand ranked lower than a Pair of Sixes will lose all Street and Ante wagers.

How do I win the 3 Card Bonus?

The result of the 3 Card Bonus wager is entirely dependant on the 3-card hand presented as the 'Community Cards'. Your two Hole Cards are not included. Wagers are paid accordingly to the 3 Card Bonus Pay Table.

How do I win the Jackpot?

If you placed a Jackpot wager and entered into the Progressive Jackpot (which is also shared with Caribbean Stud and Texas Hold’em) and your 5-card hand qualifies, you win according to the Progressive Jackpot Pay Table.

How do the hands rank?

Royal Flush: The highest hand in 5-card Poker - Five consecutive cards in a sequence of the same suit, from Ace to Ten.
Straight Flush: Five consecutive cards in a sequence of the same suit.
Four of a kind: Four cards of the same face value with one unmatched card.
Full House: Three cards of the same face value with two cards of another same face value (Three of a Kind + One Pair).
Flush: Five non-consecutive cards of the same suit.
Straight: Five consecutive cards in a sequence of varying suits.
Three of a kind: Three cards of the same face value with two unmatched cards.
Two Pairs: Two cards of the same face value with two cards of another same face value and an unmatched card.
One Pair: Two cards of the same face value with three unmatched cards.

Mississippi Stud Pay Table

All Ante and Street wagers are paid at odds shown below, up to a combined maximum amount of $5,000 per hand.

Royal Flush: 500-1
Straight Flush: 100-1
Four of a kind: 40-1
Full House: 10-1
Flush: 6-1
Straight: 4-1
Three of a kind: 3-1
Two Pairs: 2-1
Pair of Jacks - Aces: 1-1
Pair of Sixes - Tens: Standoff

3 Card Bonus Pay Table

All 3 Card Bonus wagers are paid at odds shown below, up to a maximum amount of $5,000 per hand.

Straight Flush: 40-1
Three of a Kind: 30-1
Straight: 6-1
Flush: 3-1
Pair: 1-1

Progressive Jackpot Pay Table

All 3 Card Bonus wagers are paid at odds shown below, up to a maximum amount of $5,000 per hand.

Royal Flush: 100% of the Jackpot displayed
Straight Flush: 10% of the Jackpot displayed
Four of a Kind: $2,500
Full House: $750
Flush: $500