Play against yourself in the poker variant known as Ride’m Poker. This game is played with a deck of 52 cards, and your goal is to create a hand that is larger than a pair of 10s. You can play one, two or three hands in this game. Playing multiple hands will quicken overall gameplay. There’s even a side bet you can bet on with each hand that pays generously.
The minimum amount that can be bet on each hand is €1 while the maximum that can be bet is €500. For each hand, your bet is separated into three parts. You have the ante wager and two raises. The bet on each of these parts is equal to one another. This means that if you bet €100 on the ante wager, you’ll have to bet an equal amount on the 1st raise and the 2nd raise. As a result, the maximum ante bet is set at €166.
You can only bet €1 on the side bet. The side bet is optional, but provided with each hand that you bet on.
Once you’ve placed a bet on the starting wager, the 1st raise and the 2nd raise, 3 cards will be dealt to you. Two additional cards are dealt facing down. With the cards that are facing up, you have the option of deciding whether to ride or pass with the hand. If you pass, the bet on the 1st raise will be returned to you. If you ride, the bet on the 1st raise will remain. Regardless of which option you choose, the game will continue. One of the cards facing down will be revealed.
Next, you will be given the option to ride or pass the 2nd raise. The final card will then be revealed. If you have a hand of a pair of 10s or higher, you win, and will be paid for any of the bets that are on the table. If you have a winning hand, the raises will pay you even money. It’s the ante bet that will offer a different payout options based on the following:
The side bet is optional, but can give you an extra, instantaneous win that adds onto the base game. For a bet of €1, the payouts are as follows:
The side bet offers a much lucrative payout than in the base game.
Ride Em’ Poker can be a lot of fun. The best part about this game is that you can win a rather large payout from the side bet. With as many as 3 hands to play on, this game can be played relatively quickly although there’s no rush. Play at your own pace.