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    Game information

    Software: Arrow's Edge
    Game Type: Poker
    Game Variation: Pai Gow Poker
    Variation: Pai Gow Poker

    Specifications

    Multihand
    Progressive Jackpot
    Live Dealer
    Virtual Reality
    3D

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    Overview

    Created by Arrow’s Edge, one of the new and upcoming software developers in the online casino industry, Pai Gow Poker is based on the Chinese dice game of Pai Gow and the traditional game of poker. The players in this exciting casino poker variation are dealt seven cards out of a deck of 53 cards, which contains one joker. Players get to pick two cards for a two card hand, while the remaining five cards make up one full five card poker hand. The two hands are compared with the dealer’s hands and a winner is chosen for both.

    In many cases in Arrow’s Edge Pai Gow Poker, the player and the dealer will draw as the player will win one hand and the dealer will win the other. Yet, the casino maintains a slight edge because the dealer wins all pushes between hands, while a small fee is also charged to the player on each winning hand. The fee of 2.5% is charged approximately half of the time, as player wins approximately 50% of all hands, meaning that an overall casino edge of 1.25% exists in the game.

    Fair Price and Cool Design

    Arrow’s Edge Pai Gow Poker variation is one of the most fair and balanced casino games in the industry. The game offers extremely low variance with many draws and only charges the slightest of fees on winning hands, meaning that the player and the casino are on an almost even footing.

    Other than being quite fair, Pai Gow Poker by Arrow’s Edge also looks great, with a China style table and letters on it and plenty of fast paced and smooth action. Players get to play a hand in just several seconds and move through the motions quite fast.

    To make the action even more intense, the game also offers a progressive bonus which players can bet on. By placing additional bets on the progressive field, players stand to win a fixed bonus based on a paytable that pays very well for the strongest of poker hands. If you are feeling lucky, there is no reason not to hit the progressive button and try to hit it big with a seven card straight flush.


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