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Poker at Lake of the Torches Casino Resort in Lac du Flambeau Wisconsin

Table Games

There are plenty of ways to get a hot streak going on our casino floor with a collection of Blackjack, Poker and Craps tables waiting. That’s why there’s no end to the table game action at Lake of the Torches Resort Casino.

Poker

Ante up to win big cash prizes with our Poker Tournament!

      

Thursdays (Except April 28, May 12 & 26)

WIN YOUR SHARE OF $1,200!*
Register from 4PM - 6PM in the Hall of Nations.
Tournament will begin at 6PM.
$40 Buy-in and $15 Registration Fee.

Must be 21 or older. Limited to the first 30 paid players. *Payout percentages based on a full tournament field. Mast have valid ID to claim prize. We reserve the right to alter or cancel this promotion without notice. See Table Games for complete details. LOTC associates are not eligible.

Before any cards are dealt, blinds are placed on the table to the left of the dealer button. These blinds are an initial betting amount for the game and players cannot bet below these blind amounts. The Texas Hold’Em game begins with each player being dealt two cards face down (these cards are referred to as hole cards). These are the only two cards that players receive individually.

The first round of betting starts with the player on the left. Players can choose to call, raise the bet, or fold. The dealer then burns one card and then flips the next three cards face up on the table (this is called the flop). These are communal cards and can be used in combination with their two hold cards to form their five-card Poker hand. Next, the player on the left starts another betting round. When the betting concludes, the dealer burns a card and then flips another communal card onto the table (this is called the turn). The player on the left begins another betting round. The dealer then places a final card face up on the table (called the river). Players can now use any of the five cards on the table and their two hole cards to form a five-card poker hand. One final round of betting begins with the player on the left of the dealer. The game ends with the showdown. Players who have not folded reveal their hands, using their two hole cards and the community cards. The player who shows the best hand wins!

How to play:

All 6- Wins against the paytable for a Three-of-a-Kind or better in the 6-card hand, formed by the player’s 3-card hand plus the dealer’s 3-card hand.

Pair Bonus- If your 3-card hand is a pair or better, you win. And if your fourth card is a deuce, you win even more.

Prime- If your hand contains three cards of the same color, you win 3 to 1 odds. If all cards in both your hand and the dealer’s hand are the same color, you win 4 to 1 odds!

Ante- Your three card hand is played against the dealer’s hand. If the dealer fails to qualify with a queen or better, this bet is a push.

Play- To play against the dealer’s hand, make a Play bet. The better your hand, the more you can win. If your hand is a straight or better, but loses to the dealer, you win the “bad beat” bonus.