In the video tutorial I teach you how to play Crazy 4 Poker. This is a very fun and exciting game that gives you 5 cards do make the best 4 card hand. It's one of my favorite games in the casino. A lot of people don't understand how to play it so I wanted to make this simple video to show you how easy Crazy 4 Poker or Crazy 4 card poker really is.
Crazy 4 Poker is a casino table game played against the dealer. It is similar to Three Card Poker but, as the name says, is based on four cards. The player and the dealer each receive five cards to make their best four-card poker hand. A four card straight is a straight, a four card flush is a flush, and a four card straight flush is a straight flush. The game was developed by Roger Snow for ShuffleMaster.
Place an equal bet amount on both the Ante and Super Bonus betting circles. Optionally, place a Queens Up wager on the Queens Up betting circle. Once the bets are placed, you and the dealer each receive 5 cards.
Play & Ante
After seeing your cards, you either fold or stay in the game by making the Play bet. The Play bet must match the Ante, unless you have a pair of Aces or better. With at least a pair of Aces, you can bet up to three times his Ante ("Triple Down").
There are two ways to win: (1) when the dealer does not qualify or (2) when a player's hand beats the dealer's qualifying hand. The dealer qualifies with a King-high or better. You win even money on your Play bet when the dealer fails to qualify. You win even money on both your Play and Ante wagers when you beat the dealer's qualifying hand. You lose your Play and Ante bets when your hand loses to a dealer's qualifying hand.
The Super Bonus bet must be the same bet amount as your Play bet. You lose this bet in two ways: (1) You fold your hand or (2) You lose to the dealer AND your hand is less than a straight. Your Super Bonus bet wins whenever you have a straight or better (regardless if you beat the dealer). It pays based on the super bonus paytable.
The optional Queens Up bet is the player's hand versus the posted paytable. It takes a pair of Queens or better to win. And this bet is not affected by what the dealer's hand is.
Date Added: 2020-07-31
Category: Poker Hand Rankings
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