Asia Poker

OBJECT OF THE GAME
A player will win if any two of the player’s three hands (high, medium, or low hand) are higher in rank than any of the dealers corresponding three hands (high, medium, or low hand). If any one of the player's three hands is identical in rank to the corresponding hand of the dealer, this is a tie. Ties are called “copy hands,” and the dealer wins all copy hands.

RANKING THE HANDS
Each player at the table is dealt seven cards, which the player arranges to make three hands; a one-card hand, a two-card hand, and a four-card hand. Each player shall set his or her hands arranging the cards into a low hand, medium hand, and a high hand. When setting the three hands, the four card hand must be equal to or higher in rank than the two card medium hand, and the two card medium hand must be equal to or higher in rank than the one card low hand. For example, if the two card hand contains a pair of sevens, the four card hand must contain at least a pair of sevens and the two remaining cards.

Math Analysis

Variation RTP(%) House Edge 90% Confidence 95% Confidence
Dealer only as Banker 95.06% 4.94% 1.64 1.96
Alternating Banker between Dealer and Player(before commission) 100% 0% 1.67 1.99
Alternating Banker between Dealer and Player(after commission) 98.69% 1.31% 1.67 1.99

*Math Analysis conducted by BMM Compliance