It is a very popular game and very simple to play if
you follow red dog rules. It is an exciting activity and, most importantly,
it offers the option of winning large payouts on relatively small wagers.
If you are going to play red dog, you must be needed to know all basic
red dog rules.
On this page you will find full details
and basic of red dog rules. Red dog is one of the oldest and easiest
casino games. Red dog is played the similar way as the majority
lotteries where players choose their numbers and hope they hit but you
need to follow red dog rules to win.
Red dog rules are little bit different
in online and in casino. Whether you play online or in the casino you
need to have the knowledge of all basic red dog rules. This is the means
to get success in Red dog
Here on this page you will find the
red dog rules for the most popular casino table games.
To win you have to predict if a card will will rank between
two other cards that have been dealt by the dealer.
The Red Dog table looks a lot like a Blackjack table ,
but that where the similarities stop. First, the pleyer
place his bet onthe table end the dealer deals two cards
face up. Depending on the rank of these two cards , the
players have the possibility to RAISE their bet or not
and then a third card is dealt or not . The value of any
card from 2 to 10 counts at face value, a jack counts
as 11, a queen as 12, a king as 13, and an ace counts
3 results possible:
When the dealer deals for example 7 and 8, or king and
Queen, these hands are called consecutive hands. The dealer
won't deal a third card because it is not possible to
have a card in between. this hand is called a "Push" and
the player gets his bet back.
If the dealer deals cards of the same rank, for example
2 jacks, he will deal automatically a third card. If the
rank of this third card is the same as the two previous
cards then all players wil win with a payoout of 11:1.
If the rank is different than the two other cards, the
hand is a "Push" and the player gets his bet back.
Non consecutive Cards:
When the dealer deals two cards of different value and
with a spead of more than one this hand is called a non
consecutive hand. The dealer will tell the players the
value of the spread. The spread is the number of values
that exist between two cards. For example, if the twio
cards dealt are a 2 and a queen , the spread will be 9
because there are 9 cards between a 2 and a queen (3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,jack,).
When the spread is known the player has a possibility
to raise his bet for bonus money. After you raised or
not the bet the dealer then deals the third card. If that
card falls between the first two the player wins. If the
third card is identical to one of the first two cards
then the player loses this hand. There are naver any "Push"
in a non consecutive hand. All winning bets in non consecutive
hands have a predetermined payout based on the value of
the spread. (The bigger the spread the smaller the payout).Payouts
are as follows: