Red Dog Game properties
Red Dog Progressive Game Rules
- Red Dog Progressive is a casino card game using a single deck of 52 cards which are shuffled after each round.
- To win you need to get a card with a value in between the values of the first two cards drawn.
- For each game round, three cards are dealt: two face up and the third face down, between the first two.
- You bet on the spread between the two cards dealt face up and the odds of the third card drawn falling between the two cards. (The spread is the number of cards that fit between the original two, for example: if the first two cards are a 2 and a 6 the spread is 3.)
- If the third card is identical to or outside the spread of the original cards, the table wins.
- When the two first two cards are consecutive the game is a draw. When the first two cards are identical the third is turned with the chance of getting three of a kind (with a payout of 11:1). You can raise your original bet after viewing the first two cards.
Note: The card values follow Poker standards, with Ace as 14 and not 1. King, Queen and Jack are worth 13, 12 and 11 consecutively. All other cards are at face value.
- With Progressive Betting, Red Dog Progressive allows you to keep your winnings on the table and use them for the next round or to collect them at the end of each round.
- You can select to enable or disable Progressive betting using the Game Settings menu.
Note: You cannot switch Progressive Betting on or off during an active round. To disable Progressive Betting, finish the round and collect your winnings.
- When progressive betting is enabled, your winnings are automatically collected after the next finished round, if you reach the max winnings level.
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How to Play
- Start by placing a bet on the table by clicking a coin value and then clicking on the Ante box until you are satisfied with your bet.
- If there are arrows to the left and right of the coins, click these to see additional coin values. Then click DEAL.
- The dealer places two cards on the table face up, and then places the Red Dog chip in the Spread/Payout area to indicate the card spread and the payout for a win.
- If the two cards are consecutive, the hand is a push. If the two cards are equal, a third card is dealt.
- If the two original cards are neither consecutive nor equal the Dealer announces the spread, i.e. the card values in between the cards. For example a 5 and a 10 would have a spread of 4. You now have the opportunity to raise your wager.
- All raises are automatic, i.e. your bet is always doubled when you click the RAISE button. If you do not wish to raise your bet, just click the CALL button and the third card is turned face up.
- When playing with Progressive betting switched off, you can select to click the NEW BET or REBET buttons. When REBET is selected, your winnings are collected and the original bet is left on the table and new cards are dealt.
- When NEW BET is selected, your accumulated chip stack is collected and you are able to either place a new bet or to leave the table.
Note: You cannot raise your bet on this hand. A matching third card pays 11:1, in all other cases the hand is a push.
Note: Push means the last round was a tie. Neither you or the table loses, instead the bet remains on the table and a new hand is dealt automatically.
- When Progressive betting is selected, you can choose to collect, or to keep on betting with you winnings.
- When a round is finished, you can click the COLLECT or DEAL buttons. When COLLECT is selected, your accumulated chip stack is collected and you are able to either place a new bet or to leave the table.
- When you click DEAL, your chip stacks with winnings, original bet, and the optional raise are left on the table and a new hand is dealt.
Game Setting Options
- To access game settings, click the spanner icon in the game panel.
- Audio. Turn on or off all sounds.
- Sound effects. Turn on or off sound effects played for events.
- Fast play. Turn on or off fast play presentation.
- Progressive bet. Turn on or off progressive betting.
- Game history. Click to view your latest game history Note: Some casinos may operate without all of the listed game settings.
Return to Player
- The theoretical return to player for this game is 97.34%
- The following game features and settings may be subject to the terms and conditions of the gaming site. For more information on the following, refer to the gaming website:
- The procedures used to manage unfinished game rounds.
- The time after which inactive game sessions automatically end.
- In the event of malfunction of the gaming hardware/software, all affected game bets and payouts are rendered void and all affected bets refunded.