643 Poker Rules
For each auction break that we do, we will have one "player" hand (position 1) that is the buy-in and may be bid on. There will be 2 other "player" hands and one "dealer" hand that will have positions selected by random draw of a poker chip out of a bucket.
A buyer may only hold one position at the table whether it is a "player" position or the "dealer" position with the exception being that of the buy-in player position. The winner of the buy in position, may have a single position (either player or dealer) selected but again only one additional position.
Each of the three player positions play individually against the dealer in a hand of poker, best hand wins the prizes that are assigned to that player position. In case of a exact tie, a re-deal is then performed for only the prizes that are an exact tie.
Under these rules, it is possible for a player position to only win their prize, however the dealer has a chance at winning all 3. Whatever the outcome, the house (tom & piper) never wins.
643 Poker now has a rewards program!!!
For each hand you win (either as a player or dealer) and for certain specific hands you have, you will earn Poker Rewards Points. These poker rewards points will be redeemable for prizes, cards, memorabilia, slots in breaks, individual boxes, etc.
Poker Rewards Points Program
Each time you win hand of 643 poker (whether dealer or player): 1 point
3 of a kind: 3 points
Straight: 5 points
Flush: 5 points
Full House: 7 points
4 of a kind: 9 points
Straight flush: 11 points
Last edited by tomschepker
on 2017-Dec-Sat-07-12, edited 2 times in total.