Oasis | Russian | Three card | Red Dog
Red Dog is a game based on the difference between two cards.
The Card Table
The table for Red Dog has three boxes and a table of payouts
with a marker to reflect the situation of the game. Each box has two fields
for bets - BET and RAISE. You may only play on one box at any one time. On
the bottom part of the table are your chips and the three control keys
for the game.
To place a bet, simply click the mouse
on the chosen chip and, having selected the round, click again to drop
the chip there. By clicking directly on a round you can place the minimum bet.
To cancel a bet, click on the round with the chips.
To get rid of a chip, move the cursor of the mouse
outside the boundaries of the card table. The "REBET" button repeats the last bet.
When playing on the White table with low bets:
- the sum of a bet should be no less than 0.10 and no more than 5.00.
When playing on the White table with high bets:
- the sum of a bet should be no less than 0.50 and no more than 20.00.
When playing on the VIP table with low bets:
- the sum of a bet should be no less than 10.00 and no more than 200.00.
When playing on the VIP table with average bets:
- the sum of a bet should be no less than 25.00 and no more than 500.00.
When playing on the VIP table with high bets:
- the sum of a bet should be no less than 50.00 and no more than 1 000.00.
The Rules of the Game
Six decks of 52 cards are used in the game. The value of the cards ranges
from two to Ace - two is the lowest card, Ace is the highest. The suit of
the card is irrelevant in this game.
In order to start the game you must place a bet on
the field BET on the box on which you wish to play. After making your bet
press the "DEAL" button - the dealer places two exposed cards in front
of himself and calculates the difference between them, using the marker
to show the situation of the game on the table of payouts.
The difference between the cards is determined
by the value of the cards, for example between 5 and 9 three cards
can be placed: 6, 7 and 8 and these cards are the difference.
Situations where the first two cards are sequential, e.g. Jack and Queen,
are considered a draw. If the first two cards are equal, e.g. two Kings,
a third card is immediately dealt and if it is also equal to the first
two then the player wins 11:1, if not then the combination is considered
a draw. When the cards are dealt and the difference between them is one
or more cards the player may double the bet ("RAISE" button)
or continue play without doubling ("STAND" button).
In this case, if the third card to be dealt fits in between the first
two cards in the right order but is equal to neither card the player
wins in accordance to the table of payouts. Otherwise,
the dealer wins.
- 1 card difference - 5:1
- 2 card difference - 4:1
- 3 card difference - 2:1
- 4 or more card difference - 1:1
The Control Buttons for the Game
|| - "DEAL", to deal the cards at the start of a game
|| - "RAISE", to double the bet
|| - "STAND", to stop receiving cards
|| - "REBET", to repeat the last bet