Wan Doy Pairs Poker
Win up to 10,000x your bet in this thrilling poker classic. The game, which is similar to the hugely popular Three Card Poker, lets you play against the dealer for the chance to win up to 100x your bet, or place Jackpot wagers to go for really big cash prizes.
Chase big money with Wan Doy Pairs Poker
A variation of the popular card classic, Wan Doy Pairs Poker is arguably much simpler than more widely-played versions such as Texas Hold 'Em, and can certainly offer potential payouts to rival any other form of the game.
Players are dealt seven cards from a 52-card deck, which in real-life play is shuffled at the beginning of each hand, and is therefore randomly drawn when gaming online.
Each card has the same ranking as in any other type of poker, but in Wan Doy Pairs the winning hands differ. They are listed below from the most to least powerful:
- Four of a kind + Three of a kind
- Four of a kind + Pair
- Three of a kind + Three of a kind
- Three of a kind + Two pairs
- Four of a kind
- Three pairs
- Three of a kind + Pair
- Three of a kind
- Two pairs
Wan Doy Pairs Poker bets
Players looking for a card game that can match the lucrative payouts of Kerching slots titles such as Pixies of the Forest will certainly enjoy Wan Doy Pairs Poker. There are three different bets that players can make in order to win at this game. As you will see below, some have a higher success rate than others.
The ante is placed at the beginning of the game, before any cards are dealt. The player then receives seven cards face up, while the dealer's are placed face down. Once the player has arranged their cards into the best possible hand, they must then decide whether to call the ante and see if they have beaten the dealer.
If they choose to proceed, they must match the original ante bet. The dealer's cards are then revealed and any winnings handed over at even money. Should the player elect to fold, they forfeit the ante bet.
Like the ante, this is placed before each hand, and the two bets are the same amount. Any bonus winnings can only be claimed if the ante is called, but they will still apply even if the ante is lost.
This gives the player an opportunity to win even if they have a weaker hand than the dealer. The bonus increases the higher the hand ranking, with the most powerful hand of four of a kind and three of kind rewarding the player with a 100 to one payout (of course this hand is also almost certain to win the ante as well).
For this reason, Wan Doy Pairs Poker players should call the ante if they have anything from a pair upwards, as they will still get some bonus money regardless.
A risky ploy, but if fortunately placed this can lead to some extremely lucrative payouts. Of course, it should be noted that while the house edge in regular play is 1.9 per cent, it rises to seven per cent when the jackpot bet is placed.
This wager must be made at the beginning of a hand before any cards are seen. Payouts are awarded for both the player and dealer hands, and are significantly higher than in regular play. For example, achieving the top-ranked hand gets you a payout of 5,000 to one.