Fortune Pai Gow Poker
OBJECT > Fortune Pai Gow Poker considers the best hand possible from the player's seven cards. The goal is to beat the dealer on both hands. If you beat the dealer, you win an amount equal to the bet you placed.
GAMEPLAY > Bets are placed first and then players receive seven cards. Don't forget to play the Fortune Bonus Bet! You may qualify for even BIGGER winnings. From these seven cards the player forms two hands: a two-card hand called the "low" or "front" hand; a five-card hand called the "high" or "back" hand. (The best front hand would be two Aces. The best five-card hand would be a Royal Flush.)
If you beat the dealer, you win an amount equal to the bet you placed. If you lose one hand but beat the other hand it's called a "push" and no one wins. If you tie one hand and lose the other, you lose your bet. If you lose both hands, you lose your bet.
There are a few additional rules. First, your front hand should not beat your back. If it does, this is called a "foul", and both hands lose. Second, the Joker can be used as a wild card to complete a Straigllt, a Flush, a Straight Flush or a Royal Flush. Otherwise it is treated as an Ace.