Let it Ride
All you poker fans are in for an exciting ride! Let It Ride is a five card poker game in which you’ll compete against a paytable rather than a dealer. Can you finish the game with a 5 card hand of a pair of 10s or better? There’s only one way to find out…
There’s a 3 Card Bonus side bet in this thrilling poker game, so you’ll have a better chance of getting that all-important winning hand! You can withdraw your bet or ‘Let It Ride’ (keep it in action) – which will you choose?
How To Play
To get your game started, you must make three equal bets in the circles marked (£), (2) and (1). The ‘3 Card Bonus’ bet is optional. You’ll then receive 3 starting cards. The two community cards will be dealt face down. The aim of the game is to combine your 3 card hand with 2 of the community cards to get a 5 card hand of a pair of 10s or better. You’ll have the choice to:
Pull – Withdraw your (1) bet
Let It Ride – Keep your bet in play
Your first community card will then be revealed. You’ll be given the same two options mentioned above for the final time. Will you Pull your (2) bet or Let It Ride? The second community card is then revealed, and if you have less than a pair of 10s, all bets in action will lose. If you have a pair of 10s or better, all bets in action will win, and will be paid out according to the paytable.
3 Card Bonus Side Bet
This is based on your initial three cards only, and you’ll be paid according to the 3 Card Bonus paytable.
At the end of the game, you’ll be presented with 2 options:
Change Bet – play again with a different bet amount as the last game
Rebet – play again with the same bet amount as the last game
The ranking of hands from highest value to lowest value in Let It Ride is as follows:
- Royal Flush – Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10 of the same suit
- Straight Flush – all cards in sequential rank and of the same suit
- Four of a Kind – 4 cards of the same rank
- Full House – three matching cards of one rank and two matching cards of another rank
- Flush – all cards of the same suit
- Straight – all cards of sequential rank in at least two different suits
- Three of a Kind – 3 cards of the same rank
- Two Pair – 2 cards of the same rank, plus two more of another matching rank
- Pair of 10s or Better – two cards of the same rank
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 96.49% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £96.49.