Let ĎEm Ride is a variation of poker, except
that the player plays against the house and does not compete
against the dealer or other players. The player is dealt three
cards and the dealer is dealt two. The objective of the game
is to get any winning poker hand consisting of a pair of 10ís
or higher, using all five cards.
After placing the ante bet, the player receives three cards
face up, and the dealer receives two cards face down. 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 dealerís 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 dealerís second (last) card is shown.
After the dealerís last card is shown, the playerís
hand is evaluated as a normal poker hand, combining the playerís
three cards and the dealerís two cards. If the player
has a pair of tens or any higher winning poker hand, the player
wins. Otherwise, the player loses.