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Learning Flushes Gone Wild

Learning Flushes Gone WildFlushes Gone Wild is a combination of a various games including Ultimate Texas Hold’em, High Card Flush and Deuces Wild. It made its debut this year in a few select casinos in the United States and is quickly gaining popularity amongst casino goers.

Rules

  1. You will need a regular 52-card deck to enjoy this game.
  2. The cards will be ranked just like in normal Poker with the exception that the deuces are wild and they may substitute any card which the player doesn’t already have in his hand.
  3. The only rank that matters in this game are flushes. The more cards you have that form a flush, the greater the ranking of your hand. If two flushes happen to have the same number of cards, then the ranks of the individual cards in the flush will determine which player holds the higher hand.
  4. To start the game off players will have to make an Ante and Blind wager which will be of equal amounts. The player also has the option to make a Flush Rush side bet if he so wishes.
  5. Both the dealer and the players will each get five cards plus two community cards. The cards that the dealer will get and the community ones will be dealt face down.
  6. After examining his cards the player can either fold or make a Play wager equal to double his Ante wager.
  7. If a player chooses to fold he will lose all of his bets including the Flush Rush one, if it was made.
  8. After all the players have acted the dealer will reveal his five cards and the two community cards.
  9. Both players and the dealer will have to make their best flush hands with their hands and the community cards.
  10. If the players ends up having the better hand, his Ante and Play bets will pay even money. The Blind bet will be paid according to the margin of his victory over the dealer and a pay table you will find below. This margin of victory consists of the number of cards in the player’s longest flush compared to the number of cards in the dealer’s longest flush.
  11. If the dealer ends up having the better hand all of the best the player made will lose.
  12. If both the dealer and the player have exactly equal hands all of the bets will push.
  13. The Flush Rush bet will be paid based on another pay table you will find below.

Blind Pay Table

Margin of Victory Pays
5 200 to 1
4 25 to 1
3 5 to 1
2 3 to 1
1 or 0 Push

Flush Rush Pay Table

  • 7 card natural – 250 to 1
  • 7 card wild – 100 to 1
  • 6 card natural – 50 to 1
  • 5 card natural – 6 to 1
  • 5 card wild – 3 to 1
  • 4 card natural – 1 to 1
  • All other – loss

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