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Let’em Ride Poker

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Play Let'em Ride Poker

Play Let 'em Ride at CoolCat Casino and win against the house at online poker! Let 'em Ride uses a single deck of the standard 52 cards. You're dealt three cards face up and two down. The cards facing down are Let 'em Ride community cards which will be used to complete your hand. Your objective is to get a winning poker hand by getting a pair of 10s or higher using all 5 cards in your hand.

After checking out your cards, you can decide whether or not to up the ante. In Let 'Em Ride, you have to raise it by the same amount as the original bet,or you can continue to the next round of play without raising your bet. Once the round continues the dealer's first card is shown. You have another chance to either raise or continue your bet. If you decide to raise, Let 'Em Ride poker will increase it by the original wager amount. When the round continues, the dealer's last card is shown. After that, your hand is evaluated as a standard poker hand -- the combination of your three cards with the dealer's two cards. You win if you get a pair of 10s or higher using all the five cards shown. You'll lose if you don't have at least a pair of 10s.

For Let 'Em Ride online poker here's a list of the hand rank, standard payout and descriptions:

  • Let 'Em Ride Royal Flush: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 of same suit pays 1,000 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Straight Flush: 5 cards of the same suit in sequence pays 200 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Four of a Kind: 5 cards of same suit in sequence pays 50 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Full House: 4 cards of same rank pays 11 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Flush: 3 of a kind, plus a pair pays 8 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Straight: 5 cards of same suit pays 5 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Three of a Kind: 5 cards in sequence, mixed suits pays 3 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Two Pairs: 3 cards of same rank 2 to 1
  • Let 'Em Ride Pair of 10's or Better: 2 pairs of different rank 1 to 1

You have the option of playing the progressive jackpot with Let 'Em Ride poker. At CoolCat Casino, you can place a side bet of $1.00 to win the jackpot from CoolCat Casino! If you don't wager for the jackpot, you'll only win from the standard pay table. You'll win the whole jackpot when you receive a Royal Flush. When you get a Straight Flush, you'll get 10% of the jackpot.

You get payout odds of 98.5% for Let 'Em Ride poker at CoolCat Casino. At CoolCat Casino, you can bet anywhere between $1 to $200. By becoming a a VIP customer at the best USA casino, you'll be able to customize your limits.

How to play Let'em Ride Poker

Let 'em Ride belongs to the oldest Poker family known as "Straight." A complete hand of five cards is dealt to the player, with two cards face down. Raising and re-raising of ante is allowed, but the player is not allowed to improve a hand by holding or discarding certain cards.

Nonetheless, at CoolCat Casino, Let 'Em Ride offers terrific payouts for various hands. You will find this game rather addictive for its straightforwardness, whether you play games for fun or the actual version.

Ante

First off, you need to place your ante, which is also called a bet. At our Let 'Em Ride poker table, you can place a minimum bet of $1 and a maximum bet $250. Click different chips to place your ante. Click the chips on the table to take them off it.

Deal

After you place your bet, click the Deal button to receive five cards from the Dealer. Two of your cards will be dealt face down. Depending upon the quality of your three cards, you can decide to raise your bet before continuing to flip your other two cards.

Continue

Click the Continue button if you want to see your next card without raising your bet.

Raise

Judging the quality of your hand, you can decide to raise your bet. When you click the Raise button, a bet equivalent to your ante is placed on the table and your next card is uncovered.

If your final hand is listed in the payout table, you win the associated payout.

Payout

Table Let 'Em Ride poker pays only for the hands listed in the following table. You will also find the payouts associated with a particular hand. To see a brief version of this table, you can click the Rules button on the left side of screen when you play the game.

Hand Rank Payout Description
Royal Flush 1000:1 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace of same suit
Straight Flush 200:1 Five cards of same suit in sequence
4 of a Kind 50:1 Four cards of same rank
Full House 11:1 Three of a kind, plus a pair
Flush 8:1 Five cards of same suit
Straight 5:1 Five cards in sequence
3 of a Kind 3:1 Three cards of same rank
Two Pair 2:1 Two pairs of different rank
Pair of 10s or Better 1:1 Two cards of same rank, 10 or higher
Progressive Jackpot

This jackpot is special! Unlike other jackpots, where you either hit or miss it, you can win the entire jackpot or a portion of it if you receive a hand equal to or better than a Flush. To participate in the jackpot, you need to place an additional bet of $1. The table below lists the portions of jackpot that you can win against different hands.

Hand Rank Payout
Royal Flush 100%
Straight Flush 10%
4 of a Kind $500
Full House $100
Flush $75

That's all you need to let your bets ride. All the best!

Let'em Ride Poker Strategy

There is only one optimal strategy that can help you beat the house on the Let 'em Ride Poker table. Based on your three up cards, this strategy will guide you in taking the right decision: whether it is wise to raise or continue without raising your bet on the fourth and fifth card.

For instance, it's always better to raise your bet if you have only two cards to a straight flush. This means that when all the three up cards are in the sequence with similar suits, you must raise. Let's assume that your three up cards are A-10-K of spades. This means that if your next two cards turn out to be a Jack and a Queen of spades, you've got a straight flush.

Also raise your bet if you have two cards of the same rank because you can get a three-of-a- kind if your fourth or fifth card turns out to be of the same rank as well. For instance if you get a hand of 7-8-8, there is a probability of revealing another 8 thus giving you a three-of-a-kind win. If it is your lucky day and your fourth card turns out to be an 8 as well, you will get a four-of-a-kind which is the third best hand in the series.

You must definitely raise your bet if your hand includes a pair of tens or better.

It's always sensible to "continue" without raising if none of the three up cards can get you even close to any of the winning hands.

Another important trick to make more money on Let 'em Ride Poker is to make it a point to place a $1 bet on the progressive jackpot as it gets you better payouts. For example, a Flush can get you the 8:1 payout on your ante along with a $75 reward on your $1 bet of progressive jackpot. $75 for your one dollar bet is a good enough reward, don't you think?

Tips

You may find the Let'em Ride Poker strategies and tips listed below pretty useful while wagering real money on a Let 'em Ride Poker table.

Practice the game before you gamble real money. A free version of the game is available for you to practice your strategies and luck at. You may find it pretty comfortable to place big bets because there is no hard cash involved when playing free casino games. There is no prescribed strategy or tips to win, each one finds own ways to win poker. "People would be surprised to know how much I learned about prayer from playing poker." These are the words of a profound Poker player Mary Austin. While praying may be the ultimate strategy for her, it may not be for you. Try your own strategies and the ones provided on this page.

When you see a potentially winning hand, raise your bet. For example, if you see a pair of 10s in the first three cards dealt, raise your bet. And if you see another 10 in one of the face down cards, raise your bet again.

If you aim for a huge payout, place an additional bet of $1 to participate in the progressive jackpot. A hand equal to or better than a Flush can get you a portion or the entire jackpot.

History of Let'em Ride Poker

Let 'em Ride is a special variation of Poker in which the player plays against the casino and not against other players sharing the table. The game was pretty popular both among the novice and professional gamblers due to fact that you could raise your bet after seeing a potentially winning hand.

Let 'em Ride was invented by Shufflemaster, a company well known for inventing, building, and leasing automatic Blackjack shufflers. People showed tremendous interest in playing the game because it offered decent payouts and special bonuses for a side bet of $1.

Online Let 'em Ride Poker offers more than merry payouts and a progressive jackpot. Besides, it is available worldwide and 24X7. You can play it right from the comforts of your home. Game developers are working round the clock to make a new casino game version that is simpler, attractive, and more rewarding.

Glossary

Hand: In poker or any other card game, a set of cards is called a hand.

Up Card: The card that the Dealer is showing is called an Up Card.

Face Down: Those cards whose value is not disclosed.

Ante: The bet you place to begin a game of Poker is called ante.

Bet: Bet is the wager you place.

Raise: The act of assigning more money to your bet is called a raise.

Continue: When you want to see your next card without raising your bet, you continue.

Payout: The win associated with a winning hand or a portion of the jackpot is called payout.

Payout Table: The table that lists all payouts associated with different hands is called a payout table.

Deck: A pack of playing cards is called a deck.

Suit: The cards in a deck that bear special symbols called a suit. Traditionally, there are four suits: Spades, Clubs, Diamonds, and Hearts.

Progressive Jackpot: A special jackpot that increases with every game played. Sometimes it adds up to millions or even more!