Crazy 4 Poker
Crazy 4 Poker is easy to master. It offers all the excitement of Three Card
Poker with new rules, betting options, and a higher payout.
How The Game Is Played
Prior to the first card being dealt, each Player places initial wagers on
the ANTE and SUPER BONUS spots. In addition to the ANTE and SUPER
BONUS wagers, Players have the option to place a QUEENS UP wager.
All wagers must be placed prior to the Dealer announcing “no more bets”.
No wager shall be made, increased, decreased, or withdrawn after the
Dealer has dealt the first hand in the game.
All Players and the Dealer are dealt five cards from which they attempt to
make the best four card Poker hand.
After looking at their cards, each Player has the option to place a wager
on the play spot or fold their hand. If a Player has a pair of Aces or
better, they have the option to play up to three times their ANTE wager.
Once all wagers have been placed, the Dealer turns over the Dealer’s hand
and makes the best four card Poker hand out of the Dealer’s hand.
After the Dealer’s hand has been revealed, the Dealer turns over each
Player’s hand to determine the outcome of all wagers. The outcome is
based on head-to-head play between the Player and the Dealer based on
the following possible hands (rankings from highest to lowest):
- Four Aces
- Four of a Kind
- Straight Flush
- Three of a Kind
- Two Pair
- One Pair
- High Card
To qualify, the Dealer must have a King high or better.
If the Dealer doesn’t qualify, the ANTE wager is pushed back to the Player
and the play wager is paid even money. The SUPER BONUS wager and
QUEENS UP wagers are resolved according to the hand.
If the Dealer qualifies and the Player’s hand beats the Dealer’s hand, the
ANTE wager and the play wager is each paid even money.
If the Dealer qualifies and the Player’s hand does not beat the Dealer’s
hand, the ANTE wager and the play wager are both taken.
Super Bonus Payouts
The SUPER BONUS wager wins when the Player has a straight or better.
Failure to get a straight, however, does not result in a automatic loss.
The SUPER BONUS wager pushes when the Player has less than a straight
but beats or ties the Dealer’s hand. If the Player’s hand of a straight or better
loses to the Dealer, the Player still receives the SUPER BONUS payout.
SUPER BONUS payouts are as follows:
- Four Aces 200 to 1
- Four of a Kind 30 to 1
- Straight Flush 15 to 1
- Three of a kind 2 to 1
- Straight 1 to 1
QUEENS UP Payouts
The QUEENS UP wager is an optional bonus wager that wins when the
Player receives a pair of Queens or Better. As with the SUPER BONUS
wager, the QUEENS UP wager is paid regardless of the Dealer’s hand.
QUEENS UP payouts are as follows:
- Four of a Kind 50 to 1
- Straight Flush 30 to 1
- Three of a Kind 8 to 1
- Flush 4 to 1
- Straight 3 to 1
- Two Pair 2 to 1
- Pair of Queens or better 1 to 1
General Rules Of Play
Only Players who are seated may wager in the game. Once a Player has
placed a wager and received cards, that Player must remain seated until
the completion of the round of play.
Each Player may play up to two betting positions. A Player who is playing
two betting positions must act on the first hand dealt to him/her only.
The second hand dealt is played blind and revealed only by the Dealer.
Players cannot show their hands to other Players.
Any incorrect number of cards dealt to either a Player or the Dealer
constitutes a misdeal of the hand.
Should any card in any Player’s hand be exposed during the dealing of the
cards, such an event does not constitute a misdeal. Should more than one
card be exposed during the dealing of the cards, the Dealer will declare a
complete misdeal of the hand.
Should the Dealer expose one or more of the Dealer’s cards during the dealing
of the cards, the Dealer will declare a complete misdeal of the hand.
An Ace is considered to be a “high” card except in a “straight” Ace-2-3-4
All management decisions are final.