You can find four betting positions on the layout: Ante, Play, Super Bonus, and Queens Up and Capsa Susun. The ante and super bonus are mandatory wagers and must be of equal amounts. The queens up are optional in which anywhere within table limits could be wagered, subject to house rules. The dealer gives each player and his or herself five cards face down.
Players must then plan to play or fold based on the strength of their hand. When folding, the player forfeits all bets. If the player decides to play, s/he must place an additional play wager of about the ante. When the player has a pair of aces or better, s/he has the substitute for raise up to three times the ante. If not, the bet amount must be equal to the ante.
The dealer then reveals his/her hand and compares it to all player hands. The dealer needs to have at least a king or better to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify all players that wagered win even money on the play bet, and the ante pushes. If your dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer’s hand, they win even money on the ante and play bets. If the dealer beats the player, they lose both wagers.
The Super Bonus bet wins when a player has a straight or better. It pushes when:
A person has less than a straight, If the dealer does not qualify, or if the player beats the dealer with less than a straight. If a player loses towards the dealer, the super bonus is paid according to the following table:
Straight – 1 to 1
Flush – 1 ) 5 to 1
3 of the Kind – 2 to at least one
Straight Flush – 15 to 1
Four 2 through K – 30 to 1
Four Aces – 200 to 1
The optional Queens Up wager pays the below regardless of the dealer’s hand:
Couple of Queens or Better – 1 to 1
Two Pair – 2 to1
Straight – 3 to 1
Flush – 4 to 1
3 of a Kind – 9 to 1
Straight flush – 30 to 1
4 of a Kind – 50 to at least one
The Million $ Option
To make it even more exciting, an additional bonus option is available which gives players a shot at picking up a cool million. It’s called 6 Card Bonus and tables are swamped with eager players where it’s offered. A winning hand is made up of Royal Flush that’s a mixture of the player’s five cards and one dummy card ranging from 9 through Ace. Should it be all in Diamonds the winner is gifted with One Million $! Six card Royals in Hearts, Clubs, and spades also have substantial jackpots, as do all 5 card Royals. Here’s the pay table:
6 Card Super Royal Diamonds ( 9, 10, J, Q, K, A) – $1, 000, 000
6 Card Super Royal – Hearts, Clubs, Spades – $100, 000
5 Card Royal (10, J, Q, K, A) – 1, 000 to 1
Straight Flush – 200 to 1
4 of the Kind – 50 to 1
Full House – 20 to at least one
Flush – 15 to at least one
Straight – 10 to 1
Three of a Kind – 5 to 1
Paytables are different between jurisdictions.
An easy strategy when playing Crazy 4 Poker is to produce a small raise with a K-Q-8 or higher, make a large raise with a pair of aces or higher, otherwise fold.
The house edge is about 3. 4%. Best of luck!
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