Let Em Ride Tutorial

Let Em Ride Tutorial


Let 'Em Ride is a variation of poker, except that the player 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 10's or higher, using all five cards.

Let 'Em Ride Game Play
After placing the ante bet, the player receives three cards, face up, and the dealer receives two cards, face down. The player gets to look at those three cards and 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 dealer's 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 dealer's second (last) card is shown.

After the dealer's last card is shown, the player's hand is evaluated as a normal poker hand, combining the player's three cards and the dealer's two cards. If the player has a pair of tens or any higher winning poker hand, the player wins. Otherwise, the player loses.

Let 'Em Ride Hand Ranks

Hands Name Description
One Pair, 10's or better 2 cards of same rank, 10 or higher
Two Pair 2 pairs of different rank
Three of a Kind 3 cards of same rank
Straight 5 cards in sequence, mixed suits
Flush 5 cards of same suit
Full House 3 of a kind, plus a pair
Four of a Kind
4 cards of same rank
Straight Flush 5 cards of same suit in sequence
Royal Flush A, K, Q, J, 10 of same suit

Clicking on the Deal button after placing a bet starts a new game.

Clicking on the Raise button sets the next raise bet to the same amount as the ante bet, and ends your turn.

Clicking on the Continue button ends the turn (with no raise bet).


There are two pay tables the casino can use to pay out winnings to players. You can tell which pay table the casino is currently using by looking in the top left hand corner of the screen in the "Payouts" box.

Hand Rank Standard Payout Alternate Payout
Royal Flush 1000:1 500:1
Straight Flush 200:1 100:1
Four of a Kind 50:1 25:1
Full House 11:1 15:1
Flush 8:1 10:1
Straight 5:1 5:1
Three of a Kind 3:1 3:1
Two Pair 2:1 2:1
Pair of 10's or Better 1:1 1:1


The player may place a side bet of R1. If the player wins, he may win all or a portion (depending on his hand rank) of the progressive jackpot.

Hand Rank Payout
Royal Flush 100%
Straight Flush 10%
Four of a Kind see pay table in software
Full House see pay table in software
Flush see pay table in software