|The objective of Red Dog is to predict whether the value of a randomly selected card falls between the value of two cards drawn previously by the dealer. In this game, the value of any card from 2 to 10 counts at face value, a jack counts as 11, a queen as 12, a king as 13, and an ace counts as 14. One deck of 52 cards is used. The cards are shuffled after each round of play.|
How to Play
A bet may be placed on the table by clicking with the mouse button on the “BET” area on the table. Once a wager has been placed, players press the “DEAL” button and the dealer draws two cards and places them face up on the table. A black marker (with a Red Dog on top) is then placed on the table indicating the spread between the two cards the dealer has drawn. If the dealer draws a non-consecutive hand then the players have the option to double their wager by clicking on the “RAISE” button. In this case a third card is drawn. If the dealer draws a consecutive hand then a third card will not be drawn. The details pertaining to the three different scenarios are described below.
A pair hand occurs when the dealer draws two cards of the same value (for example, two Kings). In this case, the dealer will automatically draw a third card. If the value of the third card is the same as the previous two, all players win with a payoff of 11:1. If the value of the third card is different from the previous two, the hand is declared a push and the player’s original wager is returned.
When the value of the two cards drawn by the dealer are consecutive (for example, a 5 and 6, or Queen and King) this is called a consecutive hand. In this case, the dealer will not draw a third card, the hand is declared a push and the player’s original wager is returned.
Most hands in Red Dog fall into this category. When the dealer draws two cards which are not consecutive or the same, this is called a non-consecutive hand. In this case, the dealer will announce the spread between the two drawn cards and place a Red Dog on the table indicating the spread. The spread is number of values that fall between the values of the two cards drawn by the dealer. For example, if the two cards drawn by the dealer were 2 and Jack, the spread is 8 since there are eight values between the 2 and Jack (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).
1 – 5:1
Red dog tips
On any spread less than 7,keep your “raise” and play the hand out.
The player places an original wager on the table and the dealer “draws” two cards face up.The player must then decide whether or not the third card dealt by the dealer will fall in between the values of the first two cards and if a “raise” bet should be made.
Once the decision to “raise” or not has been made,the dealer will pull a third card from the shoe.If this card lands somewhere in between the first two cards the player wins.If it doesn’t the player loses.