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Red Dog

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Red Dog is a card game of chance similar to acey-deucey or in-between. It is becoming increasingly harder to find in land based Casinos because of it's waning popularity, but has rapidly discovered new life with the advent of Online Casinos. Red Dog is oddly also the name of other card-based games that are completely unrelated to this particular set of rules.

The objective of Red Dog is to wager on the likelihood that the rank of a third card is going to fall between the first two. If it does fall between, the Player wins. Number cards count as their face value, Jack is 11, Queen is 12, King is 13 and Ace is 14. The suit is irrelevant. It is played with a single standard 52 deck of cards that are shuffled between each game.

In card-based games we model a deck (or decks) of cards and use our Random Number Generator (RNG) to deal randomly from that deck (or decks) of cards.
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The objective of Red Dog is to Wager the likelihood that the rank of a third card is going to fall between the first two. If it does fall between, you win. Number cards count as their face value, Jack is 11, Queen is 12, King is 13 and Ace is 14. The suit is irrelevant. It is played with a single standard 52 deck of cards that are shuffled between each game. The Payouts are as follows. Three of a is kind 11:1, Spread of 1 is 5:1, Spread of 2 is 4:1, spread of 3 is 2:1, Spread of 4 to 11 is 1:1 odds. Pair and consecutive cards are both a “Push”.

Place your wager, then two cards will be drawn, if the cards are consecutive its a tie you just get your wager back, round over, so that’s simple. If the cards are equal a third card will be drawn, it it matches the first two cards you win 11 to 1. If not it is a tie. If the two cards aren’t equal or consecutive this is when it get a little more complicated and a spread is established. The spread if the number of card values between the two cards. For example if you have 3 and 5 you have a spread of 1. A 5 and a Jack is a spread of 5. You can raise your wager or call. If you “call” the third card will be drawn. If the car’s value sits between the two cards in question, you win according to the payout table.

If it matches one of the two cards or is outside the spread, you lose the hand and your wager goes to the dealer. There isn’t much strategy involved in this game so if you’re heavy on luck with new games this might be the one for you. But keep in mind, make sure the spread favours you before you up the ante.
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