A guest wins if both his or her high and low hand are higher in rank than the high and low hand of the dealer or bank.
The guest's wager is considered to be a tie ("push") if one of their hands is higher than one of the hands of the dealer or bank and one is identical or lower.
The guest loses if both of their hands are identical to or lower than the hands of the dealer or bank.
Winning wages in Pai Gow Poker are paid 1 to 1 (even money).
A five percent (5%) commission or "vigorish" is charged on winning hands.
The guests arrange their cards so that the back five-card hand (high) beats the front two-card hand (low) according to established poker ranking procedures.
A guest winning both front (low) and back (high) hands is a winner.
A guest winning either front (low) or back (high) draws (pushes).
A guest losing both front (low) and back (high) is a loser.
Each hand must be played on its own merit as set by the guest.
Bonus Wager - Payouts - Envy Bonus
Seven Card Straight Flush with no Joker - 2,500 to 1 - 1,000
Royal Flush Plus Royal Match - 1,000 to 1 - 750
Seven Card Straight Flush with Joker - 750 to 1 - 250
Five Aces - 250 to 1 - 100
Royal Flush - 125 to 1 - 50
Straight Flush - 50 to 1 - 20
Four-of-a-Kind - 25 to 1 - 5
Full House - 5 to 1
Flush - 4 to 1
Three-of-a-Kind - 3 to 1
Straight - 2 to 1