How to play Let ‘Em Ride at Slots of Vegas

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Because of its peculiar betting style and ease of play, Let ’Em Ride is a client darling here at Slots of Vegas. Its delicate combination of strategy and chance is what makes this popular table game is a staple of casinos around the world. And I can easily understand why.

Although I am not much of a table games aficionado (you know me I am a slot maniac), Let ’Em Ride is a game that has really got me hooked in the last couple of months and has crept its way to my top favorite list. And since I am the type of guy that likes to share the good stuff, I thought I would write a post for everyone to join in the fun!

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Let ‘Em Ride is a variation of poker in which you play with three cards and two community cards. The point of the game is to have a hand that is equal or higher than a pair of tens in order to beat the house. At the beginning, you will need to place an ante bet (the minimum is $4 and the max is $500).

In the first round, you are dealt your three cards up and the two community cards down. Judging by your hand, you will need to decide to raise your bet or continue without betting extra (also called Let’Em ride). In the second round, the first community card is revealed and a third round of betting is executed.

The final community card is revealed in the third round to find out if the overall hand is a pair of 10s or better. The payout will depend on the quality of your hand; a pair of tens is the lowest payout and Royal Flush the highest. Remember that this is a lot like playing poker, so the same cards combinations apply. That is part of the beauty of the game, the many combinations at your disposal like straights, pairs, flush, three of a kind, full house, etc.

The game even includes a payout table so you can always check your winnings and verify that you are being paid accordingly. But taking into account the dependability of Slots of Vegas, I don’t think you will ever need to!

An very interesting thing to take into account is that Let ‘Em Ride has a $20,000 maximum payout and the possibility to earn a random progressive jackpot if you place an extra ante bet at the beginning of your round , so it is not only about the fun, you could end up making a killing on it too!

So there you have it! If you are the type of person that likes to play poker and is always on the look for a fresh new option to switch it up a bit, do not forget to try Let ‘Em Ride! And if you are not, I recommend you giving it a try anyway; you might just end up a happy table game convert like me!

Colin Jones

Colin Jones is a born and raised Chicago writer specialized on topics related to the casino and gambling industry. Having years of experience on the field, Colin will keep you in touch with the latest news and advances on the casino industry.

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