Let It Ride Poker 

Let it Ride Poker is a game that is growing in popularity, capturing the interest of Casino gamblers looking to play a “steady payout game” while also hoping for that big score. And, of course, just the chance to say “Let it Ride” has appeal for many!
There are plenty of reasons why you might want to give it a try. For one, it offers some of the biggest prizes of any table game in existence, with a royal flush typically paying 1,000-1 odds out to the player!
The downside is that players lose about 75% of the hands in Let it Ride, but the nature of the game, which allows players to have more money on the table when things look favorable, and less when it appears that they will lose. This means that winning hands tend to pay out a lot of money, while losing hands cost the player only a single bet.
Let It Ride is a variation of poker, except that the Player plays against the house and does not compete against the Dealer or other Players. Let It Ride is dealt from a single deck of 52 cards.
The Player is dealt three cards face up and two cards are dealt face down in front of the dealer – these are community cards that are used to complete the player’s hand. The objective of the game is to get any winning poker hand consisting of a pair of 10’s or higher, using all five cards.

Let It Ride Game Objective
After placing the Ante bet, the Player decides whether or not he wants to Raise the original bet (by the same amount as the original bet), or Continue without a Raise to the next round of play.
Once the Player decides to Raise or Continue, the Dealer’s first card will be shown. Now the Player has another opportunity to Raise or Continue. If he decides to Raise, the bet will again increase by the original bet amount. After the Player Raises or Continues, the Dealer’s last card is shown.
After the Dealer’s last card is shown, the Player’s hand is evaluated as a normal poker hand, combining the Player’s three cards and the Dealer’s two cards.

Player can win if:
The Player receives a pair of 10's or higher using all five cards shown.

Player loses if:
The Player does not receive at least a pair of 10's

Pay Table:

Hand Rank

Standard Payout

Description

Royal Flush

1000:1

A, K, Q, J, 10 of same suit

Straight Flush

200:1

5 cards of same suit in sequence

Four of a Kind

50:1

4 cards of same rank

Full House

11:1

3 of a kind, plus a pair

Flush

8:1

5 cards of same suit

Straight

5:1

5 cards in sequence, mixed suits

Three of a Kind

3:1

3 cards of same rank

Two Pair

2:1

2 pairs of different rank

Pair of 10's or Better

1:1

2 cards of same rank, 10 or higher