Pai-gow poker strategy
Pai-Gow Poker strategy look so:
- There is no combination: to leave the senior card on the bottom hand, two subsequent - upward.
- One pair: to leave pair on the bottom hand, two seniors from remained - upward.
- Two pairs:
- To not divide, if at you the sum of points nine and less at king or an Ace;
- To not divide, if at you the sum of points fifteen and less at an Ace;
- Exception: to divide the seven and the two at king and above;
- Exception: to divide kings and the two at an Ace;
- Exception: to divide jacks and the four at an Ace;
- Exception: to not divide the seven and the eight (nine) at an Ace,
- Where points correspond to face value of cards (2 - for deuces, 11 - a jack, 12 - queen, 13 - king, 14 - Ace, that is jacks and give the four the sum of points 4+11=15).
- Three pairs: the senior pair - upward.
- Three: to leave a three below, two senior cards - upward, except for three Aces: two Aces below, one - upward.
- Two three: from the senior three pair - upward.
- Straight and Flush: we leave Straight and Flush if there is no double pair, differently we divide by rules of two pairs.
- Full-house: to divide into a three and the two (if there are two pairs or two three - upward we put the senior pair).
- Four of kind: Four-of-kind from the two up to the six - to not divide; Four-of-kind from the seven up to tens - to divide, if there is no king or above; Four-of-kind from a jack up to king - to divide, if there is no Ace or above; Ace-Four-of-kind - to divide, if there is no other pair.