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Welcome to the Fun!
Use this as your guide to all of Mount Airy Casino Resort’s gaming. Try your hand at
Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Midi and Mini Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Pai Gow Tiles,
Let it Ride Poker, Three Card Poker, Spanish 21, Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker, Crazy 4
Poker, Mississippi Stud, Big 6, Double Back Jack, Criss Cross Poker or any one of a myriad
of fascinating Slot Machines and dive into all of the thrills Mount Airy has to offer.
With gourmet dining, luxurious accommodations, world-class entertainment, and consummate
customer service, at Mount Airy Casino Resort, the only thing more funis more fun!
Non-smoking Gaming Tables and Slot Machines are designated in the casino for our
customers’ benefit. Our gaming amenities are exclusively for the enjoyment ofpersons over
the age of 21.
Click any Game to see how to play
Craps
Blackjack
Spanish 21
Midi and Mini Baccarat
Roulette
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker
Pai Gow Poker
Pai Gow Tiles
Let it Ride
Three Card Poker
Poker
Crazy 4 Poker
Mississippi Stud
Big 6
Double Back Jack
Criss Cross Poker
Lunar Poker
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Craps
What’s more fun than winning? In this lively and fast-paced game, there are many ways to bet
and even more ways to win. Place a bet on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass Line and let the fun
begin!
Come Out Roll: The first roll of the dice at the opening of the game or the next roll of the
dice after a decision with respect to Pass Line Bets and Don’t Pass Line Bets.
Come Out Point : Shall mean a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 thrown by the shooter on a Come
Out Roll.
Pass Line Bet : A Pass Line wager is placed immediately prior to the Come Out Roll. You
win on 7 and 11 and lose on 2, 3, or 12 on the Come Out Roll. If any other number rolls, it’s
your point. If your number rolls before 7, you win. If 7 rolls before your point, you lose and the
dice move to the next shooter. The bet pays even money.
Don’t Pass Line Bet : A bet on this line plays the game in reverse of the Pass Line. You
lose on the 7 and 11 and win on 2 and 3 on the Come Out Roll. When 12 is rolled, it is a
“Stand-Off” which means the bet neither wins nor loses.When 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 rolls, it is the
point. You are betting that 7 will be rolled before the point. This bet must be placed before the
Come Out Roll, but may be removed or decreased after a point is established. However, it
may not be replaced or increased after such removal or reduction. This bet pays even money.
Come Bet : You can bet on Come at any time after the Come Out Roll. You can try for a new
point at any time. You win on 7 and 11 and lose on 2, 3, or 12 on the roll immediately
following placement of the bet. If any other number rolls, it’s your point, and your bet will be
moved to that number. If your point rolls before 7, you win. If 7 rolls before your point, you
lose. A Come Bet cannot be reduced or removed after a number is established for such a bet.
This bet pays even money.
Don’t Come Bet : A bet on Don’t Come plays the game in reverse of the Come Line Bet.
You lose on the 7 and 11 and win on 2 and 3 on the roll immediately following placement of
the bet. When 12 rolls, it is a Stand-Off. When 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 rolls, it is your point. You are
betting that 7 will be rolled before the point. When a point is established, the bet will be placed
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behind that number. Don’t Come Bets cannot be increased, but may be removed or
decreased after a point is established. However, they may not be replaced or increased after
such removal or reduction. This bet pays even money.
Hard Ways: There are four Hard Ways combinations: Hard Four (Two 2s), Hard Six (Two
3s), Hard Eight (Two 4s), and Hard Ten (Two 5s). You can bet the combination you want at
any time. Hard Ways wagers shall win if the selected Hard Ways is rolled before a 7 and lose
if a 7 is rolled or the selected number is rolled in any other way prior to the selected Hard Way
being rolled. For instance, if you bet the Hard Six you win when that rolls before 7 or an Easy
Six (5 and 1 or 4 and 2). Hard Ways pay off odds as listed in the Payout Chart. Hard ways
are inactive on the Come Out Roll unless the player calls, “On.”
HARDWAYS:
6 & 8
4 & 10
ODDS
9 to 1
7 to 1
Odds: An additional wager in support of a Pass Line Bet or Come Line Bet may be made.
Also, an additional wager in support of a Don’t Pass Line Bet or Don’t Come Bet may be
made. These additional wagers in support of a Pass Line Bet, Come Bet, Don’t Pass Line Bet,
or Don’t Come Bet may be made any time after the Come Out Roll and the point is
established. Odds are listed in the payout chart. Come odds are inactive on the Come Out
Roll unless the player calls, “On.” Don’t Come odds always work. In addition, 3, 4, or 5 odds
will be offered, where 3 times odds are allowed on the 4 and 10, 4 times on the 5 and 9, and 5
times on the 6 and 8.
TRUE ODDS:
Pass Line Odds, Come Bet Odds and Buy Bets
6 & 8
5 & 9
4 & 10
ODDS
6 to
5
3 to 2
2 to 1
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Don’t Pass Line Lay Odds, Don’t Come Lay Odds and Lay Bets
6 & 8
5 & 9
4 & 10
ODDS
5 to
6
2 to 3
1 to 2
Field: You can bet on every roll of the dice. If 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12 rolls, you win. All
numbers pay even money except 2 and 12, which pay double. If 5, 6, 7, or 8 rolls, you lose.
The Field is a one roll bet.
Place Bets to Win: On a Place Bet, you can bet on 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10 at any time. If your
number rolls before 7, you win according to the odds payouts chart. If 7 rolls before your
number, you lose. Place Bets are inactive on the Come Out Roll unless the player calls, “On.”
Place Bet Odds:
6 & 8
5 & 9
4 & 10
ODDS
7 to 6
7 to 5
9 to 5
Buy Bets: Buy Bets are exactly the same as Place Bets except by paying a 5% commission
at the time the wager is placed; you receive the true odds as shown on the chart. Buy Bets
are inactive on the Come Out Roll unless the player calls, “On.” A “Buy” button denotes this
bet.
Lay Bet : You may Lay a bet against 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 at any time. The Lay bet wins if a 7
rolls before the point number that has been made and loses if the point number is rolled
before a 7. In order to place a Lay Bet, you must pay a 5% commission at the time the wager
is placed based on the amount you could win. Lay Bets always work. Check the chart for the
payoffs. A “Lay” button denotes this bet.
Proposition Bets: These are one roll bets, except for Hard Ways. The Dealer will place all
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Proposition Bets in the center of the Craps table. The Dealer will take or pay all Proposition
Bets on the next roll of the dice again, except for Hard Ways. Unless you request otherwise,
your winning bet remains in action.
Horn Bet : Here you wager on a combination of four numbers: 2, 3, 11, and 12 (Horn). If any
of these numbers are rolled, you win. If any other number is rolled, you lose. One Fourth (1/4)
of the Horn Bet is on each of the individual numbers (2, 3, 11, and 12). If any of these
numbers roll, you win and are paid at the odds as listed in the payout charts. If any other
number is rolled, you lose. This is a one roll bet.
Horn High Bets: There are four Horn High combinations: Horn High 2 (Aces), Horn High 3
(Ace, Deuce), Horn High 11, and Horn High 12 (2 sixes). If 2, 3, 11, or 12 rolls, you win. If any
other number is rolled, you lose. How this differs from a Horn Bet is that one-fifth (1/5) of the
Horn High is bet on each of the individual Horn numbers (2, 3, 11, and 12), with an additional
one-fifth (1/5) of the bet on the designated Horn High number. For example, Horn High 11:
two-fifths (2/5) of the bet on 11, one-fifth (1/5) on 2, one-fifth (1/5) on 3, one-fifth (1/5) on 12.
This is a one roll bet.
Whirl Bets: (A Whirl Bet is a Horn Bet along with an Any 7. It is a 1 roll bet, 20% of the
wager is on Any 7 and80% is on The Horn. The bet wins if 2, 3, 11 or 12 is rolled. If 7 is
rolled no money is won or lost.
Proposistion Bets
Any seven
4 to 1
Any craps
7 to 1
2 or 12
30 to 1
3 or 11
15 to 1
Any 7: You can bet Any 7 on any roll of the dice. When 7 rolls, you win and are paid 4 to 1; if
any other number rolls, you lose. This is a one roll bet.
Any Craps: You can bet on any roll of the dice. If 2, 3, or 12 rolls, you win and are paid 7 to
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1. If any other number is rolled, you lose. This is a one roll bet.
2, 3, 11, or 12 : You can bet on 2, 3, 11, or 12 individually. They are one roll bets. The
winning payoff on 2 or 12 is 30 to 1. The winning payout on 3 or 11 is 15 to 1. If any number
other than that number bet rolls, you lose.
C&E Split : C&E bet is 50% of your bet on the Any Crap and the other 50% of your bet on the
11. If any of the Crap numbers roll 2, 3, or 12 on the next roll of the dice your bet will win 3
times the total amount bet and your bet stays up for the next roll. If the 11 rolls on the next roll
of the dice your bet will win 7 times the total amount bet and your bet stays up for the next roll.
Hop Bets
Hop Bets are one roll bets which offer our casino guests an opportunity to experience a new
level of excitement on the established game of Craps. As with the one roll bets which are
currently available these may be played at any time and shall either win or lose upon the next
roll of the dice.
How to Play
Any Dice combination can be wagered upon with a corresponding location for the bet to be
placed within the Proposition area. The player calls out the combination desired for the next
roll of the dice, example, “Ace-Four on the Hop.” Once taken, the bet is set up by the dealer in
the corresponding area. If the wagered combination appears on the next roll, it is declared a
win and paid. Should any other combination appear the bet shall be declared a loser and
collected by the dealer.
Hop Bets with Payout Schedule
6, and 2
5, and 3
4, and 2
stated
as
stated
as
stated
as
“six-deuce on the hop”
“five-trey on the hop”
“four-deuce on the hop”
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pays 15 to
1
pays 15 to
1
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5, and 1
stated
as
stated
as
“five-ace on the hop”
5, and 4
stated
as
“five-four on the hop”
pays 15 to
1
3, and 2
stated
as
“trey-deuce on the hop”
pays 15 to
1
4, and 1
stated
as
“four-ace on the hop”
pays 15 to
1
6, and 4
stated
as
stated
as
“six-four on the hop”
pays 15 to
1
pays 15 to
1
2, and 2
stated
as
“four the hardway on the
hop”
pays 30 to
1
3, and 3
stated
as
“six the hardway on the
hop”
pays 30 to
1
4, and 4
stated
as
stated
as
“eight the hardway on the
hop”
“ten the hardway on the
hop”
pays 30 to
1
pays 30 to
1
6, and 3
3, and 1
5, and 5
“six-trey on the hop”
“trey-ace on the hop”
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pays 15 to
1
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BLACKJACK
In this game, the player’s object is to draw cards that total 21 or come closer to 21 than the
Dealer. All cards are equal to their face value, except for a King, Queen, or Jack which each
count as 10. An Ace has the value of 11 unless that would give a player or the Dealer a score
in excess of 21, in which case, it will have a value of 1.
The Dealer starts the game. Every player gets two cards, face up.
The Dealer gets two cards, but one card is face up and one face down—the Hole Card. Only
after all players’ hands are played does the Dealer expose the Hole Card and play the
Dealer’s hand. All cards are dealt from a shoe.
Once you have your two cards in front of you, you can choose to Stand (draw no more cards),
or take a Hit (draw one more card) until you reach 21 or come as close as possible. However,
if you go over 21, you Break and automatically lose. A winning hand pays even money.
Now the Dealer turns over the Hole Card and acts on the hand according to the rules of the
game. The Dealer must draw to 16 and Stand when 17 or more is reached. At the end of the
game, if your count is the same as the Dealer’s it is a Stand-Off (nobody wins). If the player’s
count is greater than the Dealer’s count and both have not exceeded 21, or the Dealer’s count
exceeds 21 and the player’s count does not, the player wins.
What if you get Blackjack right away?
In the event your first two cards are an Ace and any ten-value card, the Dealer announces
your hand as Blackjack. You will be paid at this time unless the Dealer has an Ace or a tenvalue card as a face up card. In that case, you will not be paid until the Dealer’s Hole Card is
checked. If the Dealer’s hand is Blackjack, it is a Stand-Off and the bet neither wins nor loses.
A player winning Blackjack is paid off at odds 3 of 2. In the event the player has Blackjack,
and the Dealer draws 21 with more than 2 cards, the Blackjack is the winning hand and will
be paid at odds of 3 to 2. In the event the player draws 21 with more than 2 cards, the
Dealer’s Blackjack is the winning hand.
Even Money: A player who has Blackjack has the option to be paid even money on the
Blackjack Wager instead of making an Insurance Wager. This option can be used at the
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same time the dealer offers insurance to the players (before the dealer checks to see if
he/she has Blackjack). If the player elects the even money option instead of insurance, and
the dealer has Blackjack, the player will be paid 1 to 1. The hand is over for that player.
Side Bets: We will offer side bets in Blackjack, specifically “Lucky Ladies” , “ Match the
Dealer” and “ Perfect Pairs” . These bets in no way change the game of Blackjack but rather
give the player the opportunity to make an additional wager which will pay odds depending on
the player’s and dealer’s hand.
Lucky Ladies: The Lucky Ladies wager is a bet that the player’s first two cards will add up
to 20. In order to play the Lucky Ladies wager, the player must make a regular blackjack
wager. If the player’s first two cards are both Queens of Hearts (Lucky Ladies), the player
will be paid at 200 to 1 unless the dealer has a Blackjack. In that case, the player will be paid
at 1,000 to 1. If the player’s first two cards are a matched 20, that is, a pair of 10s, Jacks,
Queens of any other suit or Kings, he/she will be paid at 25 to 1. If the player’s first two cards
are a suited 20, that is, the cards are of the same suit and add up to 20; he/she will be paid at
10 to 1. If the player’s first and second cards total 20 in any combination of cards and suits,
the bet will be paid at 4 to 1.
Match the Dealer: The Match the Dealer wager is a wager that one or both of player’s
original two cards of the hand will exactly match the dealer’s up card in rank. There are two
payoff amounts for each wager, a suited rank match and an unsuited rank match. In order to
play the Match the Dealer wager, the player must make a regular blackjack wager. When
playing on a game which uses 8 decks, the player will be paid 3 to 1 for each unsuited match
and 14 to 1 for each suited match. When playing on a game which uses 6 decks, the player
will be paid 4 to 1 for each unsuited match and 11 to 1 for each suited match.
Perfect Pairs: The Perfect Pairs side bet wins if the first two cards in the patron’s hand
are a pair and loses if the cards are not paired. The bet must be placed prior to the first two
cards being dealt and may only be played in addition to the patron’s blackjack wager. There
are three different types of pairs:
1. Perfect Pair – The two cards are identical. Pays 25 to 1
2. Colored Pair – The pair contains two cards of different suits with both cards being either
red or black.Pays 12 to 1
3. Mixed Pair – The pair is made of one red card and one black card. Pays 6 to 1
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Blazing 7’s
Blazing 7’s is a progressive side bet for blackjack. By placing a $5 wager on the Blazing 7’s
sensor you have the opportunity to win all or part of the progressive jackpot listed on the
display screen. Once the dealer collects all Blazing 7’s wagers the round is dealt as in
regular blackjack. Your first two cards and the dealer’s up card are used to settle the Blazing
7’s wager. The payoff structure for the side bet is as follows:
Three 7’s of Diamonds-----------------------------100% of meter
Three 7’s of Clubs, Spades, or Hearts ----------10% of meter
Three 7’s same color---------------------------------------500 for 1
Three 7’s-------------------------------------------------------200 for 1
First 2 cards (two 7’s)-----------------------------------------25 for 1
Either of first 2 cards (one 7)---------------------------------2 for 1
Blackjack Terms
Splitting Pairs: If your first two cards are a pair with the same numeric value, you may split
them into two hands. You must bet the same amount as your original wager on each hand
formed by splitting a pair. If the Dealer gets Blackjack, only the original wager is collected.
You must complete play on your first hand before playing your second hand. However, you
may double down on each hand. If the split pairs are Aces, you will receive only one card on
each for a total of two hands. For all other split pairs, a player may split one more pair if the
second card dealt is identical in value to a card of the split pair, for a total of three hands.Aces
may only be spilt once for a total of two hands.
Surrender: Surrender is an option that allows players to relinquish half of the wager provided
the Dealer does not have Blackjack. If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, 10, Jack, Queen or
King, the Dealer will check to see if they have Blackjack. If they do not have Blackjack, the
player will then have the opportunity to surrender half of their wager when it is their turn to act
on their hand. This is done through a verbal command by the player indicating they wish to
surrender their hand.
Doubling Down: After you get your first two cards, or on the first two cards of any split pair,
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you may make an additional wager up to the original amount except when your first two cards
total 21. When Doubling Down, you draw only one additional card. If the Dealer gets
Blackjack after you’ve Doubled Down, only the amount of the original wager is collected.
Insurance: If the Dealer’s face up card is an Ace, and prior to anyone receiving additional
cards, you may take insurance. To do this, you place a bet of no more than one-half of your
original bet on the insurance line. If the Dealer’s Hole Card is a 10, Jack, Queen, or King, you
win your insurance bet at odds of 2 to 1. If the Dealer’s Hole Card is any other card, you lose
your insurance bet. The Dealer collects all losing insurance wagers before continuing the
hand. If the correct amount of insurance cannot be bet due to the limitation of the value of
chip denomination (i.e., a $7.50 bet allowing a $3.75 insurance bet), the player may bet up to
the closest chip denomination (i.e., $4).A player may choose to be paid even money on
blackjack in lieu of making an insurance wager.
Handling of Cards: Players are not allowed to touch the cards.
V alue of the Player’s Hand: The player is responsible for the correct count of his or her
hand.
Hand Signals: The player is responsible for the proper use of hand signals to indicate Hit or
Stand. Other decisions may be made verbally.
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SPANISH 21
Spanish 21 is a fast-paced variation of Blackjack. The game is played on a standard
Blackjack table. The main difference between Spanish 21 and Blackjack is that in Spanish 21,
all the 10s have been removed from the decks. Jacks, Queens and Kings remain, but no
natural 10s are used. In Spanish 21, a player’s blackjack always beats a Dealer’s blackjack
and is paid 3 to 2. In addition, a player’s total of 21 always beats a Dealer’s total of 21 unless
the Dealer has blackjack and the player has 21 with more than 2 cards.
Bonus Payouts
There are different payout odds for the player’s 21 depending on how many cards there are in
the player’s final hand that add up to 21.
• Five cards totaling 21 are paid at 3 to 2
• Six cards totaling 21 are paid at 2 to 1
• Seven or more cards totaling 21 are paid at 3 to 1
Additionally, a player’s hand that consists of a 6, 7 and 8 will be paid as follows:
• If the cards are of mixed suits, the payout is 3 to 2
• If the cards are all the same suit, the payout is 2 to 1
• If the cards are all spades, the payout is 3 to 1
If a player has three (3) 7s, the payouts are as follows:
• If the 7s are of mixed suits, the payout is 3 to 2
• If the 7s are of the same suit, the payout is 2 to 1
• If the 7s are all spades, the payout is 3 to 1
If the player is holding a winning hand that consists of three 7s of the same suit when the
dealer’s exposed card is also a 7 of any suit, the player will be paid an additional fixed payout
of $1,000 if the player’s original wager was at least $5 but less than $25, or $5,000 if the
player’s original wager was $25 or more. All other players at the table who placed a wager
during that round of play will also be paid an additional fixed payout of $50. If the player had
doubled down, this does not apply.
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Bonus payoffs do not apply after splitting or doubling.
Additionally players may choose to play an optional side wager called “Match the Dealer” . If
one or both of their initial two cards match the dealer’s up card, the wager will be paid as
follows:
• One non-suited match pays 3 to 1
• One suited match pays 12 to 1
• Two non-suited matches pays 6 to 1
• Two suited matches pays 24 to 1
• One suited and one non-suited match pays 15 to 1
Surrender: Surrender is an option that allows players to relinquish half of the wager provided
the Dealer does not have Blackjack. If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, Jack, Queen or
King, the Dealer will check to see if they have Blackjack. If they do not have Blackjack, the
player will then have the opportunity to surrender half of their wager when it is their turn to act
on their hand and before they have acted on their hand. This is done through a verbal
command by the player indicating they wish to surrender their hand.
Doubling Down: Players may Double Down on two or more cards, on any total including
after splitting. No payouts are permitted over 1 to 1 on double hands When Doubling Down,
you draw only one additional card. If the Dealer gets Blackjack after you’ve Doubled Down,
only the amount of the original wager is collected.
DoubleDown Rescue:After a player has elected to make a Double Down wager and an
additional card has been delivered to the hand the player may elect to forfeit the original
wager and retrieve the “ Double Down” wager unless the total has exceeded a point total of
“21” . This option is available on all Double Downs including after splitting pairs, by
announcing to the Dealer “ Rescue” .
Splitting Pairs: If your first two cards are a pair with the same numeric value, you may split
them into two hands. You must bet the same amount as your original wager on each
handformed by splitting a pair. If the Dealer gets Blackjack, only the original wager is
collected.
You must complete play on your first hand before playing your second hand. However, you
may double down on each hand. If the split pairs are Aces, you will receive only one card on
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each for a total of two hands. For all other split pairs, a player may split one more pair if the
second card dealt is identical in value to a card of the split pair, for a total of three hands.
Aces may only be split once for a total of two hands.
MIDI AND MINI BACCARAT
Midi and Mini Baccarat are variants of Baccarat in which the object of the game is to get a
point count closest to 9 on whichever hand the player wagers. Midi and Mini Baccarat involve
just a few decisions, how much you want to bet and whether to bet on the Banker, the Player
or the Tie bet. When betting on the Banker, the casino will collect 5% commission on money
won. In both variations of Midi Baccarat and Mini Baccarat,the commission is collected at the
time each winning Banker wager is paid. Winning Banker and Player wagers pay even money.
A winning Tie bet pays 8 to 1.
In Midi and Mini Baccarat, eight decks of cards are used, which are shuffled and placed in the
shoe. The Dealer deals all cards in Midi and Mini Baccarat.
Mini Baccarat variation: Thegame starts with four cards dealt from the shoe, forming two
hands, one called the Player’s hand, the other the Banker’s hand. The first and third cards are
dealt and placed face down in the appropriate spot for the Player’s hand then turned face up.
The second and fourth cards are placed face down in the appropriate spot for the Banker’s
hand until the Player’s hand is called then the Banker’s hand will be turned face up. Any
additional cards needed to complete the hand will be drawn and exposed by theDealer.
Midi Baccarat variation: The game starts with four cards dealt from the shoe, forming two
hands, one called the Player’s hand, the other the Banker’s hand. The first and third cards are
dealt to and“faced” by the player with the largest “ Player” wager at the table unless there isn’t
a “ Player” wager, then the cards will be “faced” by the dealeralong with any additional cards
needed to complete the “ Player” hand.The second and fourth cards are dealt to and“faced” by
the player with the largest “Banker” wager at the table unless there isn’t a “Banker” wager,
then the cards will be “faced” by the dealeralong with any additional cards needed to
complete the “Banker” hand.
If the point count of either hand is 8 or 9, it is called a Natural and no additional cards are
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drawn. The cards are dealt according to fixed rules. There are no options regarding drawing
the third card for either the Player’s or Banker’s hands and the Dealer draws additional cards,
if appropriate. All bets must be placed before the Dealer calls “no more bets” and the cards
are dealt. The hand closest to nine wins and shall be paid at odds of 1 to 1. If both the
Player’s and the Banker’s hand result in identical totals, the Tie bet wins, but the Player’s
hand and the Banker’s hand neither wins nor loses.
Any card from 2 to 9 is equal to its face value. Ace equals 1 and Deuce is 2. All tens and face
cards, or any combination of them has no value. When the total of the cards exceeds 9, the
first digit of the total is dropped, because in the games of Mini and Midi Baccarat all hands
must be a single-digit number from 0 to 9. So: 9 + 5 = 4, Jack + Ace = 1.
Dragon Bonus: Is a side wager which can be placed in conjunction with the Player or
Banker wager. In order to place the bet, you must first have a wager on either the Player or
Banker. The Dragon Bonus payout rules are as follows:
Naturals:
Natural winners pay 1 to 1
Natural ties
Push
Non-Naturals:
Win by 9 points
Win by 8 points
Win by 7 points
Win by 6 points
Win by 5 points
Win by 4 points
30 to 1
10 to 1
6 to 1
4 to 1
2 to 1
1 to 1
Below is a description of the fixed rules governing the drawing of additional cards. No more
than one additional card will be drawn to each hand.
Rules: Player
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• When the first two cards total:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0
Draws
6, 7
Stands
8, 9
Natural-Stands
Rules: Banker
• When the Player stands on 6 or 7, the Banker will always draw on totals of 0, 1, 2,
3, 4, or 5, and stand on 6, 7, 8, and 9.
• The Banker shall always draw on the totals of 0, 1 or 2, and then observe the
following rules:
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 3 the Banker will draw a third card if the
Player’s third card is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 9. If the Player’s third card is 8 the
Banker will stand.
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 4 the Banker will draw a third card when the
Player’s third card is 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. If the Player’s third card is 0, 1, 8, or 9
the Banker will stand.
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 5 the Banker will draw a third card when the
Player’s third card is 4, 5, 6, or 7. If the Player’s third card is 0, 1, 2, 3, 8, or 9 the
Banker will stand.
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 6 the Banker will draw a third card when the
Player’s third card is 6 or 7. If the Player’s third card is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, or 9 the
Banker will stand.
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 7, the Banker will always stand.
• If the Banker’s first two cards total 8 or 9, (Natural) the Banker will stand and the
Player cannot draw.
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ROULETTE
In Roulette, you can be straight up, which means your bet is on any of the 38 single numbers,
which include 0 and 00. Also, you can place combination bets—bets divided over a
combination of adjoining numbers.
Where you place your chip or chips on the Roulette table is very important because this
determines your bet. It is the player’s responsibility for proper placement.
The Dealer spins the Roulette Wheel in one direction and a small white ball in the opposite
direction. Bets may be placed on the Roulette table until the Dealer announces, “No more
bets.”
When the ball comes to rest, the Dealer calls out the winning number and places a marker on
it. First the table is cleared of losing wagers and then all winners are paid.
During this time, players should not touch the table. Wait until the Dealer announces, “ Place
your bets,” to put the chips down.
Each player’s bet is kept separate from everyone else’s because different color chips are
used. The value of a stack of colored chips is determined by the player when purchasing the
stack or stacks of chips. The value of a stack of colored chips is indicated by a numerical
marker button placed on top of a chip of that color. (20 indicates $20 per stack, 100 indicates
$100 per stack, etc.) These chips must be redeemed before you leave the particular table.
Mount Airy Casino Resort also offers a European style single “ 0” Roulette wheel.
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STRAIGHT UP BETS (these are based on the image in example)
Bet
Straight Up
Odds
35 to 1
Bet Position on Layout
Any one number including 0 or 00
Column
2 to 1
Any Dozen
2 to 1
Red or Black
1 to 1
Anyof the 12 numbers in the Corresponding
winning vertical column
Any number in the corresponding
winning dozen, 1-12, 13-24 or 25-36
Any number in the corresponding
winning color
1-18 or 19-36
1 to 1
Even or Odd
1 to 1
COMBINATION BETS
Two Numbers
Three Numbers
Four numbers
Five Numbers
Six Numbers
Any number in the corresponding
winning section
Corresponding winning even or
odd number
17 to 1
11 to 1
8 to 1
6 to 1
5 to 1
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TEXAS HOLD’EM BONUS POKER
Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker features head-to-head play against the Dealer and an optional
Bonus wager that pays odds if the player’s initial two cards are a pair of 2s or better.
To begin each round, players make an Ante bet and may also make the Bonus side bet. Once
players receive their two hole cards, they must either place a bet equal to twice their Ante in
the “ Flop” betting area or fold. The Dealer then reveals the three card flop and players can
check or place a bet equal to their Ante in the “ Turn” betting area. The dealer then reveals the
Turn card, and players can check or place a bet equal to their Ante in the “ River” betting area.
The Dealer then reveals the final community card, the River.
Next, the Dealer reveals his two hole cards and announces his hand. If the Dealer’s hand
beats the player’s hand, the player’s Ante, Flop, Turn and River bets lose. If the player and
Dealer tie, all bets push with the exception of the Bonus wager. This bet either wins or loses.
If the player’s hand beats the Dealer’s, his Flop, Turn and River bets win even money. The
player also wins even money on the Ante bet if his winning hand is a straight or better.The
Ante bet is returned if the player’s winning hand is less than a straight. Lastly, the optional
Bonus bet pays out based on the pay table below, even if the player loses to the Dealer’s
hand.
Odds for Bonus Wager
Player’s Two Cards
Ace-Ace
Ace-King (same suit)
Ace-Queen or Ace-Jack (same suit)
Ace-King (different suits)
King-King, Queen-Queen orJack-Jack
Ace-Queen or Ace-Jack (different suits)
A pair of 10-10 through Two-Two
Odds
30 to 1
25 to 1
20 to 1
15 to 1
10 to 1
5 to 1
3 to 1
Progressive Wager
Texas Hold’Em Bonus, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, and Crazy 4 Poker are linked together.
By placing a $5 wager on the progressive sensor you have the opportunity to win all or part of
the progressive jackpot listed on the display screen. The payoff structure for the wager is as
follows:
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Royal flush
Straight flush
Four-of-a-kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
100% of meter
10% of meter
300 for 1
50 for 1
40 for 1
30 for 1
9 for 1
PAI GOW POKER
Pai Gow Poker, sometimes called Asia Poker or Double Handed Poker, was first introduced
in California in 1986. It was immediately popular upon introduction and was added to the floor
of every card room in the State of California. Before long, it was on the casino floor of the
gambling halls of Nevada. Its popularity has grown by leaps and bounds and its appeal is
widespread.
The object of the game is to beat the Banker. The Banker can be any player or the Dealer.
Any player who wishes to Bank must accept responsibility for all wagers made during that
round of play. The Banking option will be offered to each player, in turn, rotating in a
counterclockwise direction. The Banking player must have chips enough to cover all wagers
placed in that round and must have wagered in the previous round that the Dealer acted as
Banker. No player will be required to accept the Bank and the Dealer will act as Banker when
all players decline.
All players and the Dealer will receive seven cards, which they will use to construct two
separate hands, one consisting of two cards and one of five. These hands will be set or
ranked using standard Poker rankings. Seven cards will be dealt to each betting area,
including the Dealer, regardless of whether a player is present.
The two-card hand is called the Second Highest, the Low Hand, or the Front Hand. The
highest ranked two-card hand would be a pair of Aces. Since only two cards are used, a
straight or a flush is impossible. The five-card hand must always be equal to or higher in rank
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than the two-card hand. If the two-card hand is set higher than the five-card hand, the hand is
considered a foul and that player is an automatic loser.
The five-card hand is called the High or Highest hand, or the Back Hand. The five-card hand
will contain normal poker hands, i.e., straights, flushes, four of a kind, etc. The highest
possible five-card hand is Five Aces, which is formed by using the 53rd card in the deck, the
Joker. In addition the second highest Straight in Pai Gow Poker is A, 2, 3, 4, 5.
The Joker can be used as an Ace, as the missing card in a straight, straight flush, royal flush,
or as the highest card absent from a flush. It will assume the rank of the card it replaces, or it
will be ranked as an Ace. The Joker cannot be used to form pairs, three-, four- or five-of-akind with any cards other than Aces.
In order for the player to win, his two-card hand and his five-card hand must be higher in rank
than the corresponding two-card hand and five-card hand of the Bank. If both of the player’s
hands are higher than the Banker’s hands, the player will be paid the same amount as he
wagered, less a 5% commission. The Dealer will collect the commission when the winning
wager is paid. If either hand of the player is higher than either hand of the Banker and the
other is not, the hand will be considered a tie or a push and no money is won or lost. No
commission will be charged on pushes and the player will be allowed to change or remove his
bet before the start of the next hand.
If neither of the player’s hands is higher than the Banker’s hands, the player will lose. The
player will only lose the amount wagered. No commission will be charged on losing hands.
Sometimes, when comparing the Banker’s hand to the player’s hand, the cards of the twocard hand will be identical. This is called a Copy Hand. The Bank will automatically win all
Copy Hands. This is one advantage of being the Banker.
Each player at the table shall be responsible for setting his or her hand and no other person
except the Dealer may touch the cards of that player. Each player shall be required to keep
the seven cards in full view of the Dealer at all times. Once each player has set a High and
Low Hand and placed the two hands down on the appropriate area of the layout, the player
shall not touch the cards again. The Dealer must set his or her hand by using a set of rules
known as the House Ways. Players may request assistance from the Dealer in setting their
hands according to House Ways.
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Banking. Co-Banking occurs when the requesting player and Dealer act as the Banker on a
fifty-fifty basis. When Co-Banking is in effect, the Dealer will handle the Bank hand and set
according to the House Ways.
Three dice contained in a shaker will be used to determine where the first card will be dealt.
The Dealer, when the house is Banking, or the Banking player will be counted as 1, 8, or 15.
After the cards have been shuffled and cut, the Dealer or Banker will shake the dice. The dice
are uncovered and totaled by the Dealer. The count will begin with the Dealer or Banking
player and continue in a counterclockwise direction until it matches the total on the dice. That
position will be marked as the starting point for the dealing procedure.
All bets must be placed prior to the Dealer’s announcement of, “ No more bets.”
PAI GOW TILES
Pai Gow is an ancient Chinese betting game played with Chinese dominoes alsocalled tiles.
The object of the game is to beat the Banker. The Banker can be any player or the Dealer.
Any player who wishes to Bank must accept responsibility for all wagers made during that
round of play. The Banking option will be offered to each player, in turn, rotating in a
counterclockwise direction. The Banking player must have enough chips to cover all wagers
placed in that round and must have wagered in the previous round that the Dealer acted as
Banker. No player will be required to accept the Bank and the Dealer will act as Banker when
all players decline.
Pai Gow is played with a set of 32 Chinese tiles, which form 16 permissible pairs.
A hand with any permissible pair is ranked higher than a hand that does notcontain a pair.
The highest-ranking hand is the Supreme Pair, followed by Matched Pairs, andUnmatched or
Mixed Pairs. The next highest-ranking hands are specialcombinations known as Wongs and
Gongs. Hands consisting of Wongs orGongs are ranked lower than Pairs.
Wongs are formed with the highest-ranking single tile, 12, and either 9 (TeenWong) or the
second-highest tile, 2, and either 9. Please refer to the Single TileRanking Chart.
Gongs are formed with the highest-ranking single tile, 12, and any 8 (Teen Gong)or the
second-highest tile, 2, and any 8 (Day Gong).
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The next highest-ranking hands are numeric value hands, the highest of which is9. Hands
that do not contain pairs have numeric values.
Each tile has a numeric value and a symbolic ranking.
To find the numeric value, add the spots on each tile. The total will never behigher than 9
because only the last digit in the total number of spots is used.
To find the ranking of each tile and each permissible pair, refer to the rankingcharts.
Two tiles will combine to form a hand. Add the total number of spots containedon the two tiles.
If the numeric total of the spots is a two-digit number, the left digit is discardedand the right
digit is the value of the hand.
When two hands have the same numeric value, the ranking will determine thewinner. To
determine which hand is higher, find the highest-ranked tile in eachhand and compare them.
When two hands have the same numeric value andidentical high tiles, it is called a “Copy
hand.” The Bank wins all Copy hands.
When two hands have the same numeric value of zero, they are consideredequally bad,
regardless of the high tile and the Bank will win all zero tiles.When the two tiles that form the
highest-ranking hand (the Supreme Pair) areused separately, the numeric value is
interchangeable. The 3 can be counted as6 and the 6 can be counted as 3. They lose their
highest pair rank and becomelow-ranking tiles (fifteenth and seventeenth on the Single Tile
Ranking chart).
To begin the game, the players will place their wagers before the Dealerannounces, “ No more
bets.” The Dealer will shuffle or “wash” the tiles and stackthem into eight stacks of four tiles
each. Three dice, contained inside the PaiGow shaker, will be used to determine the starting
position for dealing the tiles.The Dealer or Banker will shake the Pai Gow shaker at least
three times. TheDealer will uncover the dice and announce the total. The count will begin with
theDealer or the Banking player and continue with each betting position in acounterclockwise
direction until it matches the total on the dice. That position willreceive the first stack of tiles.
After the tiles have been delivered, each player will “set” their tiles into two handsof two tiles
each; a High Hand and a Low Hand. The players will place theirhands face down behind the
betting area, separated into two distinct hands.Once the player has set his tiles face down on
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the layout he or she will not bepermitted to touch the tiles again.
Each player at the table is responsible for setting his or her ownhands and no other person
except the Dealer may touch the tilesof that player. Each player is required to keep the four
tiles in fullview of the Dealer at all times.
After the players have set their hands, the Dealer will arrange his or her tiles intoa High and
Low Hand. The Dealer must set his or her hand by using a set ofrules known as “the House
Way.” A copy of these rules is available at theSecurity Podium. Players may request
assistance from the Dealer in setting their hands according to House Ways.
The Dealer will compare the Low Hand of the Bank (Dealer/Bank or player/Bank)to the Low
Hand of the players and the High Hand of the Bank to the High Handof the players and
announce if the wager of that player wins, loses, or is a tiewhich is known as a Push.
In order for the player to win, his Low Hand and High Hand must be higher inrank than the
Low Hand and High Hand of the Bank. In the case of zero tiles, theBank wins. The winning
wagers will be paid at even money less a 5%commission. The Dealer will collect the
commission when the winning wager ispaid.
If either hand of the player is higher than either hand of the Bank and the other isnot, the hand
will be considered a Push and no is money won or lost. Nocommission will be charged on
Pushes and the player will be allowed to changeor remove his bet before the start of the next
hand.
If neither of the player’s hands is higher than the Bank’s hands, the player willlose. The player
will lose the amount wagered and no commission will becharged on losing hands.
Any player wishing to join in a partnership with the house may do so byrequesting CoBanking. Co-Banking occurs when the requesting player and theDealer act as the Banker on
a fifty-fifty basis. When Co-Banking is in effect, theDealer handles the Bank hand, setting it
according to House Ways.
All wagers at Pai Gow shall be made by placing gaming chips or matchplay coupons on the
appropriate betting area of the layout, before the Dealer hasannounced, “No more bets.” At
which time no wager may be increased orwithdrawn.
No verbal wagers accompanied by cash are accepted.
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Only players who are seated at the Pai Gow table may place a wager at thegame. Once a
player has placed a wager and received tiles, he must remainseated until the completion of
the round of play.
Pai Gow Tile Rankings
When comparing high hands or low hands to determine the higher ranking hand,the
determination is first based upon the rank of any permissible pair of tileswhich are contained
in the hands. A hand with a permissible pair of tiles rankshigher than a hand which does not
contain any permissible pair. The permissiblepairs of tiles and their rank, with the Supreme
Pair being the highest or firstranking pair, are as follows:
Ranking
Pairing
First
Supreme Pair
Six (2-4) and Three (1-2)
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
Eleventh
Twelfth
Matched Pairs
Twelve (6-6) and Twelve (6-6)
Two (1-1) and Two (1-1)
Eight (4-4) and Eight (4-4)
Four (1-3) and Four (1-3)
Ten (5-5) and Ten (5-5)
Six (3-3) and Six (3-3)
Four (2-2) and Four (2-2)
Eleven (5-6) and Eleven (5-6)
Ten (4-6) and Ten (4-6)
Seven (1-6) and Seven (1-6)
Six (1-5) and Six (1-5)
Thirteenth
Fourteenth
Mixed or Unmatched Pairs
Mixed Nines (3-6 and 4-5)
Mixed Eights (3-5 and 2-6)
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Fifteenth
Sixteenth
Seventeenth
Eighteenth
Nineteenth
Twentieth
Ranking
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
Eleventh
Twelfth
Twelfth
Thirteenth
Thirteenth
Fourteenth
Fourteenth
Fifteenth
Sixteenth
Mixed Sevens (3-4 and 2-5)
Mixed Fives (1-4 and 2-3)
Wongs
Twelve (6-6) and Nine (4-5)
Twelve (6-6) and Nine (3-6)
Two (1-1) and Nine (4-5)
Two (1-1) and Nine (3-6)
Gongs
Twelve (6-6) and Eight (2-6)
Twelve (6-6) and Eight (3-5)
Twelve (6-6) and Eight (4-4)
Two (1-1) and Eight (2-6)
Two (1-1) and Eight (3-5)
Two (1-1) and Eight (4-4)
Tile
Twelve (6-6)
Two (1-1)
Eight (4-4)
Four (1-3)
Ten (5-5)
Six (3-3)
Four (2-2)
Eleven (5-6)
Ten (4-6)
Seven (1-6)
Six (1-5)
Nine (3-6)
Nine (4-5)
Eight (2-6)
Eight (3-5)
Seven (2-5)
Seven (3-4)
Six (2-4)
Five (1-4)
Number of Tiles in Set
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Sixteenth
Seventeenth
Five (2-3)
Three (1-2)
1
1
If the highest ranking tile in each hand being compared is of identical rank, thehand is
considered a copy hand, and the hand of the dealer is considered thehigher ranking hand.
LET IT RIDE POKER
This easy to learn game offers guests the opportunity to control two of their threebets
wagered. It is based on Five-Card Stud Poker; however, the players do notplay against the
Dealer or any other player.
How to Play
Bets
All bets must be placed prior to the Dealer announcing, “ No More Bets.” Eachplayer places
three (3) equal bets in the spaces indicated 1, 2, and $.
The Deal
The Dealer deals three (3) cards to each player face down. He also deals three “Community”
cards face down on a designated area on the layout. The community card on the Dealer’s left
is removed and placed in the discard rack without exposing the card, leaving two community
cards.
The Play
You are not playing against the Dealer or the other players. You are simply tryingto get the
best possible Poker hand by using your three cards and twocommunity cards, which are
exposed one at a time by the Dealer. If your five-card hand contains a pair of 10’s or better,
you win.
Each player will be required to keep their three cards in full view of the Dealer atall times.
The winners are paid according to the payout schedule below.
After looking at their first three cards, the player may ask for their first bet back orthey may
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“Let It Ride.”
The Dealer turns up one community card. Theplayer may then ask for their second bet back
or “Let It Ride.” After each playerhas made a decision regarding bet number two, each
player’s cards will beplaced face down on the designated area of the layout. At this time,
cards maynot be touched again.
The Dealer then turns up the second community card and in a counterclockwisedirection,
turns the three cards of each player face up. After collecting all losingwagers, the Dealer pays
all winning hands according to the payout schedule.
Regardless of the decision made concerning the first or second bet, a player maynot take
back the third bet, which is denoted on the layout by a dollar sign ($).
Players cannot show their hands to other players. There is a $50,000 maximumpayout per
player per hand (only applies to the basic paytable).
Let-It-Ride Payout Schedule
Royal Flush
1,000 to 1
Straight Flush
200 to 1
4 of a Kind
50 to 1
Full House
11 to 1
Flush
8 to 1
Straight
5 to 1
3 of a Kind
3 to 1
Two Pair
2 to 1
Pair of 10s or better
1 to 1
$1 optional Let-It-Ride5 CardBonus wager will be paid if a player’s hand consists of any of the
below hands and will be a total payoff for the $1 bet starting with a Three of a Kind.
$1Let-It-Ride 5 Card Bonus Wager is as follows:
Royal Flush
$25,000
Straight Flush
$2,500
Four of a Kind
$400
Full House
$200
Flush
$50
Straight
$25
Three of a Kind
$5
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3 Card Bonus Wager:
A Player may place an optional" 3 Card Bonus" wager to begin a new round of play
along with the Let-It-Ride wagers. A " 3 Card Bonus" wager isindependent of the Let-ItRide hand and will be paid on its own merit. In other words, if the 3 Card Bonus hand
contains aPair or better, that Player will be paid for his/her 3 Card Bonus wager. This
wager must be paid regardless of whether the Let-It-Ride hand wins or not.
3 Card Bonus Payout Schedule
Straight Flush40 to 1
Threeofa Kind30 to 1
Straight6 to 1
Flush3 to 1
Pair1 to 1
The $50,000 maximum does not apply to the Bonus payout.
Progressive Wager
Texas Hold’Em Bonus, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, and Crazy 4 Poker are linked together.
By placing a $5 wager on the progressive sensor you have the opportunity to win all or part of
the progressive jackpot listed on the display screen. The payoff structure for the wager is as
follows:
Royal flush
Straight flush
Four-of-a-kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
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10% of meter
300 for 1
50 for 1
40 for 1
30 for 1
9 for 1
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THREE CARD POKER
Three Card Poker is a new and exciting variation to Poker in which each player and the
Dealer receive three cards.
Ranks of Hands (Highest to Lowest)
Straight Flush
3 cards of the same suit in consecutive rank
Three-of-a-Kind 3 cards of the same rank, regardless of suit
Straight
3 cards of consecutive rank, regardless of suit
Flush
3 cards of same suit, regardless of rank
Pair
2 cards of same rank, regardless of suit
When comparing two hands of identical rank, the hand that contains the highest-ranking card
shall be considered the highest-ranking hand. If the hands are identical after this application,
the hand shall be considered a draw.
Wagers
Before the first hand is dealt, a player may compete solely against the Dealer by placing an
Ante wager in an amount within the minimum and maximum wagers posted at the table and
then placing a Play Wager in an equal amount.
A player may compete solely against a posted payout table by placing a Pair Plus Wager,
which may be in any amount within the minimum and maximum wagers posted at the table.
A player may compete against both the Dealer and the posted payout table by placing both
an Ante and Pair Plus Wager. All bets must be made prior to the dealer announcing “no more
bets.”
Place a Six Card Bonus wager. This wager combines your three card hand with the
Dealer’s three card hand to make your best five card poker hand. You win with a three of a
kind or better. The player is eligible to win this wager even if he folds his Ante/Play wager. If
the five card poker hand contains a Three-of-a-Kind or Better, this Bet wins. See Six Card
Bonus paytable for odds.
How to Play
To play against the Dealer, you must make an Ante wager. After viewing your three cards,
you have the option to either place a Play wager equal to the Ante wager or forfeit your Ante
and if applicable, your Pair Plus wager. The Dealer must have Queen High or Better to play. If
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the Dealer's hand does not contain a Queen High or Better, your Ante wager wins 1 to 1, and
your Play wager is returned. If the Dealer's hand does contain a Queen High or Better and the
Player's hand beats the Dealer's hand, the Play wager is paid 1 to 1 and the Ante wager is
paid 1 to 1. In the event of a Tie, then it is a Push and wagers are returned.
The Pair Plus wager allows you to bet the ranked value of the hand against the posted payout
and is not in competition against the Dealer's hand.
The payout for
Pair
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-Kind
Straight Flush
the Pair Plus wager shall be as follows:
1 to 1
3 to 1
6 to 1
30 to 1
40 to 1
A player placing an Ante wager and a Play wager shall be paid an Ante Bonus if the player's
hand consists of the following:
Straight
Three-of-a-Kind
Straight Flush
1 to 1
4 to 1
5 to 1
If the player makes an Ante wager and a Pair Plus wager but fails to make a Play wager, the
player shall forfeit both the Ante wager and the Pair Plus wager.
The payout odds for the Six Card Bonus bet are as follows:
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Four-of-a-Kind
Full House
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-Kind
1,000 to 1
200 to 1
50 to 1
25 to 1
15 to 1
10 to 1
5 to 1
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POKER PARLOR
Mount Airy Casino Resort’s Poker Parlor has a very wide selection of games. Sign up toplay
at the front podium at the Poker Parlor entrance. Our friendly staff isavailable to answer your
questions and show you to the first available seat.
Buy-Ins
The Buy-In for all games is five (5) times the maximum bet unlessotherwise posted on the
plaque on the poker table. Of course, you may Buy-Infor any amount over the posted
minimum. Example: The minimum Buy-In for $1–3 limit is $15. The minimum Buy-In for
$15–30 limit is $150.
Seven Card Stud
This is the most widely played poker game. A total of sevencards are dealt to a player, two
down and one up at the beginning, with the lowcard by suit (Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, and
Spades ranked from the lowest to thehighest) initiating the action. On subsequent rounds, the
High Hand on boardinitiates the betting action. The last card is dealt face down.
Seven Card Stud High-Low 8 or Better
An eight (8) qualifier is needed tomake a Low Hand. This means you must have a five-card
hand with no pairs andno card higher than an eight to win the low. Aces are low. The low card
by suitinitiates betting on the first round. An Ace counts as a high card for this purpose.
Hold ‘em
This is a form of Seven Card Stud where each player is dealt twocards to begin. After the first
round of betting, three cards are turned up in thecenter of the table for all to share followed by
another round of betting. Then thefourth community card is exposed. Another round of betting
takes place. The fifthcard is exposed and a final round of betting takes place. The best five
cards play.
Omaha
This is a version of Hold ‘em in which each player receives four downcards. Five community
cards are shared and each player must play exactlytwo cards from his hand and three from
the board.
Omaha High-Low Split Eight or Better
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Split-pot games use a qualifier of eight or better for low.A player may use any two cards from
his hand for high and the same or anyother combination of two cards for low. This game is
played with a “ Full Kill” meaning when 1 player wins 2 consecutive hands or both High and
Low hand within the same hand a “ Full Kill will go into effect and the Blinds will double for the
next hand.
Poker Rankings
The rank of the cards used in all types of Poker other than Low-hand Poker, for
determining winning hands, listed in order of highest to lowest rank, are: Ace, King,
Queen, Jack, 10, Nine, Eight, Seven, Six, Five, Four, Three and Two. All suits are equal
in rank. However, an Ace may be used to complete a Straight Flush or a Straight
formed with a Two, Three, Four and Five.
The permissible High Poker hands in Poker games that result in a full five-card hand, in
order of highest to lowest rank, will be:
• A Royal Flush, which is a hand consisting of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 of
the same suit.
• A Straight Flush, which is a hand consisting of five cards of the same suit in
consecutive ranking, with King, Queen, Jack, 10 and Nine being the highest ranking
Straight Flush and Ace, Two, Three, Four and Five being the lowest ranking Straight
Flush
• A Four-of-a-Kind, which is a hand containing four cards of the same rank regardless
of suit, with four Aces being the highest ranking Four-of-a-Kind and four Twos
being the lowest ranking Four-of-a-Kind.
• A Full House, which is a hand consisting of a Three-of-a-Kind and a Pair, with three
Aces and two Kings being the highest ranking Full House and three Twos and two
Threes being the lowest ranking Full House.
• A Flush, which is a hand consisting of five cards of the same suit.
• A Straight, which is a hand consisting of five cards of consecutive rank, regardless
of suit, with an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 being the highest ranking Straight
and an Ace, Two, Three, Four and Five being the lowest ranking Straight. However,
an Ace may not be combined with any other sequence of cards for purposes of
determining a winning hand (for example, Queen, King, Ace, Two and Three).
• A Three-of-a-Kind, which is a hand containing three cards of the same rank,
regardless of suit, with three Aces being the highest ranking Three-of-a-Kind and
three Twos being the lowest ranking Three-of-a-Kind.
• Two Pairs, which is a hand containing two cards of the same rank together with
another two cards of the same rank, with two Aces and two Kings being the highest
ranking two Pairs and two Threes and two Twos being the lowest ranking two Pairs.
• One Pair, which is a hand containing two cards of the same rank, regardless of suit,
with two Aces being the highest ranking Pair and two Twos being the lowest
ranking Pair.
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• High Card, which is a hand containing no Pair. The five highest cards will be
considered the poker hand
PokerRake
Mount Airy Casino Resort will extract up to 10% of the total pot not exceeding $5 on all
games offered, known as the “ Rake” . On higher limit games starting with 10/20 “ Limit”
and up and 5/10 “ No Limit” and up Mount Airy will not extract money from the pot but
will charge a $6 per player per half hour fee known as a “ Time game” .
Bad Beat Jackpot Rules
The jackpot will be funded by all cash Texas Hold’em games. A maximum of one dollar
will be removed from each pot when it reaches ten dollars. If the pot does not reach ten
dollars that round is not eligible for the Bad Beat Jackpot.
The jackpot will be paid out when a bad beat hand occurs. This consists of a minimum
of one player with Full House of AAA, KK and the other player with Four of a Kind or
better.
Both hole cards must be used in making the best five card poker hand anda minimum
of four players must be dealt into the hand for the bad beat to be valid.
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CRAZY 4 POKER
Crazy 4 Poker is a volatile and exciting game that features head-to-head playagainst the
Dealer and two bonus bets.
To begin, players must make equal Ante and Super Bonus wagers. An optional Queens Up
wager is also available.Players andthe Dealer each receive five cards to make their best four
card poker hands. After seeing their cards, players may fold or stay in the game by making
the Play wager, which must match their Ante unless they have a pair of Aces or better.With a
pair of Aces or better, players may bet up to three times their Ante (“ Triple Down”).Players
who fold forfeit all wagers.
Players win when the Dealer does not qualify, or when their hand beats theDealer’s qualifying
hand of at least a King-high. When the Dealer fails to qualify,players win even money on their
Play wagers, and their Ante wagers push. Whenthe player’s hand beats the Dealer’s
qualifying hand, players win even money on the Play and Ante wagers.Players lose both
wagers when their hand loses to the Dealer’s hand. Players winthe Queens Up bet with a pair
of Queens or better, and win the Super Bonus witha straight or better. Crazy 4 also pays a
premium for the top hand in the game –four Aces. The player’s Super Bonus Wager is
returned if the player beats theDealer with a hand that is not a straight or better.
Hands are ranked from highest to lowest as follows:
• Four of a Kind
• Straight Flush
• Three of a Kind
• Flush
• Straight
• Two Pair
• Pair
• High Card
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Super Bonus Pay Table
Hand
Four Aces
Four-of-a-Kind
Straight Flush
Three-of-a-Kind
Flush
Straight
Odds
200 to 1
30 to 1
15 to 1
2 to 1
3 to 2
1 to 1
Queens Up Pay Table
Hand
Four-of-a-kind
Straight Flush
Three-of-a-kind
Flush
Straight
Two Pair
Pair of Queens or Better
Odds
50 to 1
40 to 1
7 to 1
4 to 1
3 to 1
2 to 1
1 to 1
Progressive Wager
Texas Hold’Em Bonus, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, and Crazy 4 Poker are linked together.
By placing a $5 wager on the progressive sensor you have the opportunity to win all or part of
the progressive jackpot listed on the display screen. The payoff structure for the wager is as
follows:
Royal flush
Straight flush
Four-of-a-kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
100% of meter
10% of meter
300 for 1
50 for 1
40 for 1
30 for 1
9 for 1
MISSISSIPPI STUD
Mississippi Stud is a poker-based game where the player just needs a pair ofJacks or higher
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to win. Any pair of 6s through 10s will be a push.
To play, players make an Ante bet to receive their first two cards. The Dealer willplace three
community cards face down in the middle of the layout. Once theyreceive their cards, players
may either fold or make the 3rd Street bet of one tothree times their Ante. The dealer will then
reveal the first community card andplayers may either fold or make the 4th Street bet of one
to three times theirAnte. The dealer will then reveal the second community card and players
caneither fold or make the 5th Street bet of one to three times their Ante.
After the Dealer turns over the final community card, he resolves all bets left inaction. Players
win if their five card hand contains a pair of Jacks or better. Note:When a player folds, he
forfeits all bets left in action.
3rd Street Wager – An additional wager made by a player, in an amount equal toone, two or
three times the player’s Ante Wager, after the player has been dealtthe initial two cards.
4th Street Wager – An additional wager made by a player, in an amount equal toone, two or
three times the player’s Ante Wager, after the first community card isrevealed by the Dealer.
5th Street Wager – An additional wager made by a player, in an amount equal toone, two or
three times the player’s Ante Wager, after the second communitycard is revealed by the
Dealer.
Mississippi Stud Pay Table
Hand
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Four-of-a-kind
Full House
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
Two Pair
Pair of Jacks or Better
Pair of 6s thru 10s
All other
Odds
500 to 1
100 to 1
40 to 1
10 to 1
6 to 1
4 to 1
3 to 1
2 to 1
1 to 1
Push
Loss
A Player may place an optional " 3 Card Bonus" wager to begin a new round of play
along with the Mississippi Stud wagers. The “ 3 Card Bonus” side bet is based on the
three community cards only. A " 3 Card Bonus" wager is independent of the
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Mississippi Stud hand and will be paid on its own merit. In other words, if the 3 Card
Bonus hand contains a Pair or better, that Player will be paid for his/her 3 Card Bonus
wager. This wager must be paid regardless of whether the Mississippi Stud hand wins
loses or folds.
3 Card Bonus Pay Table
Mini-Royal
Straight Flush
Three of a Kind
Straight
Flush
Pair
50 to 1
40 to 1
30 to 1
6 to 1
3 to 1
1 to 1
Progressive Wager
Texas Hold’Em Bonus, Let It Ride, Mississippi Stud, and Crazy 4 Poker are linked together.
By placing a $5 wager on the progressive sensor you have the opportunity to win all or part of
the progressive jackpot listed on the display screen. The payoff structure for the wager is as
follows:
Royal flush
Straight flush
Four-of-a-kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
100% of meter
10% of meter
300 for 1
50 for 1
40 for 1
30 for 1
9 for 1
BIG SIX
The player will place his/her bet in one of the boxes on the layout matching asymbol on the
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wheel. The wheel contains 52 spaces that are marked with five(5) different symbols plus one
(1) joker and one (1) casino spot for a total of 54spaces. The breakdown of the wheel is:
Number of Spaces
23
15
8
4
2
1
1
Payoff Rate
1 to 1
2 to 1
5 to 1
10 to 1
20 to 1
45 to 1
45 to 1
Symbol
Fox
Squirrel
Rabbit
Deer
Wolf
“Joker” with Bear
Mount Airy logo
The player can place a bet until the Dealer calls “no more bets”. At that time theDealer spins
the wheel. The wheel must complete at least three (3) rotations forthe spin to be valid. If there
is a malfunction and the clapper does not stop insideone of the spaces, the spin is void, and
the Dealer must spin again.
If a player has bet on the symbol on which the wheel stops, he/she wins. Allother bets lose.
DOUBLE BACK JACK
This game is similar to conventional blackjack with some variations. Blackjack pays 2 to 1 and
is paid immediately. Player blackjack always beats dealer blackjack. A player’s hand totaling
21 in three or more cards always wins and is paid immediately. If a player’s hand exceeds 21,
they may buy back into the game by placing a Second ChanceWager equal to their current
bet. The dealer would deal the player one card sideways. The value of that card is subtracted
from the player’s point total. Aces count as one after a player places a Second Chance
Wager. If the new value is 22 or more, the player loses both bets. If the new value of the
player’s hand is 21, the dealer pays the player’s Second Chance Wager and returns the
player’s Blackjack Wager. If the new value is less than 21, the player waits for the dealer to
finish all other hands and regular blackjack rules apply.If the total point count of the dealer’s
hand is 22, the dealer returns all the remaining player’s Blackjack Wagers and Second
Chance Wagers. If the total point count of the dealer’s hand is 21 or less, the dealer shall,
starting with the player farthest to the dealer’s right and continuing around the table in a
counterclockwise direction, settle the remaining player’s hands.Players may split their initial
two cards including Aces once for a total of two hands. Players may double down on any two
card total other than 21 including after splitting. Players who decide to place a Second
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Chance Wager after doubling down, must place a wager equal to the sum of their original bet
and double down wager. If the dealer has an Ace showing, the player may take insurance and
possibly win 2 to 1 on both bets.
CRISS CROSS POKER
Criss Cross Poker is a poker-based game where the player just needs a pair of Jacks or
higher to win. Any pair of 6s through 10s is a push.
Players are required to make two wagers of equal value – an Ante Across Wager and an Ante
Down Wager – to receive their first two cards. They may also place a 5 Card Bonus Wager
which is paid at the odds defined in the 5 Card Bonus paytable below. Five community cards
are placed on the table face down to form a cross. After dealing the five community cards
starting with the player farthest to the dealer’s left and continuing around the table in a
clockwise manner, the dealer delivers a stack of two cards face down to each player who
placed the required Ante Wagers. If the player chooses to participate in the hand, they are
required to make an Across Bet, which must be 1 to 3 times their Ante Across Wager. If not,
their initialAnte Across and Ante DownWagersare forfeited. However, players whoplaced a 5
Card Bonus Wager still have an opportunity to win. Once all Across Wagers are placed, the
two outside community cards in the horizontal roware revealed. If the player chooses to
continue to participate in the hand, they must make a DownBet, which may range from 1 to 3
times their Ante Down Wager. If not, their initial Ante Across, Ante Down, and Acrossbetsare
forfeited. However, players who placed a 5 Card Bonus Wager still have an opportunity to win.
Once all Across Wagers are placed, the two outside community cards in the vertical roware
revealed.If the player chooses to continue to participate in the hand, they must place a
MiddleBet, which must be 1 to 3 times their Ante AcrossWager or Ante Down Wager. If not,
their initial Ante Across Wager, Ante Down Wager, Across Bet, and Down Betare forfeited.
However, if they made a 5 Card Bonus Wager, they still have an opportunity to win. Once all
Middle Bets are placed, the middle community card will be revealed.The 5 Card Bonus Bet
consists of the 5 card poker hand made from the 5 community cards. The 5 Card Bonus Bet
loses if the 5 community card hand has a poker rank lower than a pair of sixes. The 5 Card
Bonus Wager wins if the 5 community card hand has a poker rank equal to or higher than a
pair of sixes. The Ante AcrossWager and Across Bet lose if the if the player’s across hand
has a rank lower than a pair of sixes. The Ante DownWager and Down Bet lose if the player’s
down hand has a rank lower than a pair of sixes. If both hands have a rank lower than a pair
of sixes, the Middle Bet loses. The Ante AcrossWager and Across Bet push if the player’s
across hand is a pair of sixes through tens. The Ante DownWager and Down Bet push if the
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player’s down hand is a pair of sixes through tens. The Middle Bet pushes if eitherhandis a
pair of sixes through tens. The Ante AcrossWager and AcrossBet win if the player’s across
hand has a rank equal to or higher than a pair of Jacks. The Ante DownWager and Down Bet
win if the player’s down hand has a rank equal to or higher than a pair of Jacks. If one hand
or both hands have a rank equal to or higher than a pair of Jacks, the Middle Bet wins. The
Middle Bet payout is based on the higher ranking hand and is paid only once. All winning Ante
Across and Ante DownWagersare paid in accordance with the ante bet paytable below. All
winning Across Bets, Down Bets, and Middle Bets are paid in accordance with the CrissCross
paytable below.
5 CARD BONUS PAY TABLE
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Four of a Kind
Full House
Flush
Straight
Three of a Kind
Two Pair
Pair of 6’s or Better
250 to 1
100 to 1
40 to 1
15 to 1
10 to 1
6 to 1
4 to 1
3 to 1
1 to 1
CRISS CROSS PAY TABLE
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Four of a Kind
Full House
Flush
Straight
Three of a Kind
Two Pair
Pair of Jack’s or Better
Pair of 6’s through 10’s
500 to 1
100 to 1
40 to 1
12 to 1
8 to 1
5 to 1
3 to 1
2 to 1
1 to 1
PUSH
ANTE BETS PAY TABLE
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Pair of Jacks or Better
Pair of 6’s through 10’s
ALL BETS MUST BE 1x to 3x THE ANTE BET
1 to 1
PUSH
LUNAR POKER
Lunar Poker is a 5 card draw poker game against the house.To play the game a player must
place an “Ante” wager. The player may also place an optional “ Super” wager. The Super
wager must be equal to or greater than the Ante wager. If a player elects to place a “ Super”
wager on another player’s hand or the dealer’s hand, it must at least meet the table minimum.
The player is dealt five cards. The player will check their initial five cards and if they have
won a “ Super” wager, they must declare the hand to the dealer before play continues. The
Super wager will be paid according to the pay table below. If the player’s first five cards are a
Royal Flush or a Straight Flush, that player qualifies for the “ Super” bonus instant payout and
their hand is over for that round of play. The player will then decide whether to fold, play, or
draw. To draw, the player pays 1 times their Ante bet to buy a 6th card or exchange 2 – 5
cards. Once the draw option has been taken, the player decides to fold or play. To play, the
player places a Bet wagerwhich is 2 times their Ante bet. The dealer then reveals their cards.
At this time any player that made a “ Super” bonus wager on the dealer’s hand will either be
paid according to the pay table below or that bet will lose. The dealer will arrange their cards
to make the best possible 5 card poker hand as possible. The dealer must qualify with and
Ace – King or higher to play against the player. If the dealer qualifies with an Ace – King or
higher, for players who beat the dealer with a higher 5 card poker hand, their Ante wager is a
push and theirBet wager is paid according to the standard pay table odds below.If a player’s
winning hand also contains a second Poker combination where at least one card in the
second combination was not included in the first or original winning combination, the dealer
shall pay the winning Bet Wager according to the pay table below for the second Poker
combination.If a player purchased a sixth card, all six cards may be considered for purposes
of the second payout.Players who lose to the dealer will lose their Ante and Bet wagers. If the
dealer does not qualify with at least an Ace – King or better, the player’s Ante wager is paid 41.
Standard payout
Royal flush
100 to 1
Straight flush
50 to 1
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Four-of-a-kind
Full house
Flush
Straight
Three-of-a-kind
Two pair
One pair
Ace-king
20 to 1
7 to 1
5 to 1
4 to 1
3 to 1
2 to 1
1 to 1
1 to 1
Super wager payout
Four-of-a-kind
200 to 1
Five picture cards 150 to 1
Full house
100 to 1
Flush
60 to 1
Straight
30 to 1
Three-of-a-kind
8 to 1
Ace-king-queen
5 to 1
Same colored five 2 to 1
Instant payout on ante for first five cards
Royal flush
1,000 to 1
Straight flush
200 to 1
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