Table Game Rules

1. Texas Poker

1.1. Texas Poker is played with a single deck of playing cards FIFTY TWO (52) cards without the joker / wild cards. TWO (2) players (the Player and the Banker) are offered in game with each having TWO (2) Initial Cards (the Hole Cards) in hand, then FIVE (5) cards (the Community Cards) will be revealed and both sides use their Hole Cards and Community Cards to make the best possible poker hand with FIVE (5) cards. Card is generated by Random Number Generator (RNG) system.

1.1.1. Game play system consist of 4 stages:

        • “Start Betting” to start accepting bets.

        • “Stop Betting” to stop accepting bets.

        • “Waiting Result” for RNG result generation.

        • “Open Result” to open the game’s result.

1.1.2. “Start Betting” and “Stop Betting” countdown will take place within the pre-defined duration of each game.

1.1.3. “Waiting Result” and “Open Result” will overlap with next game “Start Betting” stage.

1.1.4. “Next Draw” button to skip “Waiting Result” and “Open Result” stage to next game.

1.2. Texas Poker hand rank from lowest to highest are as follows:

  • (a) High Card – Simple value of the card (Lowest value is 2; Highest value is Ace)
  • (b) One Pair – Two cards with the same value
  • (c) Two Pair – Two sets of two cards with the same value
  • (d) Three of a Kind – Three cards with same value
  • (e) Straight – Sequence of five cards in increasing value (Ace can precede 2 and follow up King)
  • (f) Flush – Five cards of same suit
  • (g) Full House – Combination of Three of a kind and a pair
  • (h) Four of a Kind – Four cards of the same value
  • (i) Straight Flush – Straight of the same suit
  • (j) Royal Flush – Straight flush from Ten to Ace

1.2.1. Royal Flush > Straight Flush > Four of a Kind > Full House > Flush > Straight > Three of a Kind > Two Pair > One Pair > High Card

Note: When players (the Player and the Banker) have the same rank in hand, other remaining chosen card(s) will use to determine the winner hand. Suits in card will not be used to determine the winning hand. If both hands have the same value chosen cards, is a tie game.

Example:

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , Jack () , Jack () , Jack (♣) , Jack (♠)

Both “Player” and “Banker” have the rank “Four of a Kind”. However, the selection of cards on both party’s remaining card is different where “Player” is Ace and “Banker” is King. Ace has a higher value compared, and therefore “Player” wins.

1.3. The bet types for Texas Poker are as follows:

  • (A) Player / Banker;
  • (B) Either Three of a Kind +;
  • (C) Player Sum Big / Small;
  • (D) Banker Sum Big / Small;
  • (E) Community Sum Big / Small;
  • (F) Community Sum Odd / Even;
  • (G) Community Pair

1.4. The Company reserves the right to cancel or void the affected draw when any of the official draw results cannot be obtained for an extended period of time.

1.5. The Company reserves the right to cancel and void the affected draw when any of the official draw results are published before the system is closed for betting.

1.6. Player / Banker

1.6.1. The Company will offer odds on the result of game being “Player”, “Tie” or “Banker”.

1.6.1.1. Player – the hand rank of “Player” is greater than that of “Banker”.

1.6.1.2. Banker – the hand rank of “Banker” is greater than that of “Player”.

1.6.1.3. Tie – the hand rank of “Player” and that of “Banker” are equal.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

Resulting best hand of:

Player hand: Three of a Kind

Ace (♠) , Ace () , Ace (♣) , Jack (♣) , 7 (♣)

Banker hand: Flush

Ace (♣) , King (♣) , Jack (♣) , 7 (♣) , 5 (♣)

The Banker’s hand rank “Flush” is better than Player’s hand rank “Three of a Kind”, and therefore the bet on Banker wins.

If there is a tie, the bet amount on the “Player” and the “Banker” will be refunded.

1.7. Either Three of a Kind +

1.7.1. The Company will offer odds on the result of game being “Three of a Kind +”.

1.7.1.1. “Three of a Kind +” means either “Player” or “Banker” hand achieves any of Three of a Kind, Straight, Flush, Full House, Four of a Kind, Straight Flush or Royal Flush.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

Resulting best hand of:

Player hand: Three of a Kind

Ace (♠) , Ace () , Ace (♣) , Jack (♣) , 7 (♣)

Banker hand: Flush

Ace (♣) , King (♣) , Jack (♣) , 7 (♣) , 5 (♣)

The Banker’s hand rank “Flush” , Player’s hand rank “Three of a Kind”, and therefore the bet on “Three of a Kind+” wins.

1.8. Player Sum Big / Small

1.8.1. The Company will offer odds on the Player Sum “Big” or “Small”.

1.8.2. Card value is increasing from Ace to King, where Ace equals 1 and King equals 13.

1.8.2.1. Big – the sum of Player’s hole cards is greater than or equal to 15.

1.8.2.2. Small – the sum of Player’s hole cards is lower than or equal to 13.

1.8.2.3. Tie – the sum of Player’s hole cards is equal to 14.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

The Sum of “Player” card is 2, “Small” bet wins.

If there is a tie, the bet amount on “Big” and “Small” will be refunded.

1.9. Banker Sum Big / Small

1.9.1. The Company will offer odds on the Banker Sum “Big” or “Small”.

1.9.2. Card value is increasing from Ace to King, where Ace equals 1 and King equals 13.

1.9.2.1. Big – the sum of Banker’s hole cards is greater than or equal to 15.

1.9.2.2. Small – the sum of Banker’s hole cards is lower than or equal to 13.

1.9.2.3. Tie – the sum of Banker’s hole cards is equal to 14.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

The Sum of “Banker” card is 25, “Big” bet wins.

If there is a tie, the bet amount on “Big” and “Small” will be refunded.

1.10. Community Sum Big / Small

1.10.1. The Company will offer odds on the Community Sum “Big” or “Small”.

1.10.2. Card value is increasing from Ace to King, where Ace equals 1 and King equals 13.

1.10.2.1. Big – the sum of Community cards is greater than or equal to 36.

1.10.2.2. Small – the sum of Community cards is lower than or equal to 34.

1.10.2.3. Tie – the sum of Community cards is equal to 35.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

The Sum of “Community” card is 26, “Small” bet wins.

If there is a tie, the bet amount on “Big” and “Small” will be refunded.

1.11. Community Sum Odd / Even

1.11.1. The Company will offer odds on the Community Sum “Odd” or “Even”.

1.11.2. Card value is increasing from Ace to King, where Ace equals 1 and King equals 13.

1.11.2.1. Odd – the sum of Community cards is an odd number.

1.11.2.2. Even – the sum of Community cards is an even number.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

The Sum of “Community” card is 26, “Even” bet wins.

1.12. Community Pair

1.12.1. The Company will offer odds on the Community cards “Pair” or “No Pair”.

1.12.1.1. Pair – at least two cards in five Community Cards have the same value.

1.12.1.2. No Pair – no cards in five Community Cards have the same value.

Example:

Texas Poker result as

Player: Ace (♠) , Ace ()

Banker: King (♣) , Queen ()

Community Cards: 2 (♠) , 5 (♣) , 7 (♣) , Jack (♣) , Ace (♣)

Community Cards do not contain any card with same value, “No Pair” bet wins.

1.13. Based on Live Result data, the Return to Player (RTP) percentages (%) are as below:

Texas Poker
No Bet Type RTP %
Result
1 Player 98.21%
2 Banker 97.95%
3 Tie 81.18%
Either Rank
4 Three of a Kind + 89.41%
Player Sum Big/Small
5 Big 98.16%
6 Small 98.15%
Banker Sum Big/Small
7 Big 98.13%
8 Small 98.18%
Community Sum Big/Small
9 Big 98.10%
10 Small 98.10%
Community Sum Odd/Even
11 Odd 98.02%
12 Even 97.98%
Community Pair
13 No Pair 97.46%
14 Pair 96.51%