Caesars Players Can Win $1 Million in One Hand Playing Three Card Poker 6 Card Bonus in Las Vegas
June 3, 2011 by VegasNews.com
Beginning this month, exclusively at Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s Las Vegas resorts, players can win $1 million in just one hand playing Three Card Poker, already one of the most popular specialty table games on the casino floor.
The 6 Card Bonus side bet on Three Card Poker gives players the chance to win $1 million with a total wager as small as $15 if they hit a Super Royal in Diamonds: 9, 10, J, Q, K, A. Additionally, $100,000 payouts will be available for the Super Royal in Hearts, Clubs or Spades. Analysts estimate there could a $1 million winner approximately three times a year.
Players enjoy Three Card Poker because of its simplicity, low table minimums and relatively high payouts; the 6 Card Bonus side bet gives guests the opportunity to turn a bad hand into a winning hand, or a good hand into an even better one. With more than 1,500 tables worldwide Three Card Poker, licensed by Shuffle Master, Inc., is the most popular specialty game of all time. It is a fast-paced game that players can quickly learn and enjoy. Caesars Entertainment holds the exclusive rights to the $1 million payout for Three Card Poker 6 Card Bonus and Las Vegas is the only city currently offering the opportunity to win this life-changing jackpot. The game offers the first table-game payout of this size without an escalating progressive jackpot in a traditional brick and mortar casino. For years, slot players have enjoyed the opportunity to win mega-jackpots, and now, Caesars Entertainment is offering this same opportunity to table game players where any player can win, on any day, at any time, in just one hand.
“We are excited to offer the first-ever table game with an instant jackpot of this size to our Caesars Entertainment guests,” said Jeff Kowalchuk, Director of Corporate Table Games for Caesars Entertainment. “Our goal is to create a new and exciting concept that has never been seen in table games before, a $1 million payout that will attract new table players, and offer a jackpot comparable to what you see in progressive slots. Three Card Poker is one of the easiest and most popular table games played in casinos today, so creating the new 6 Card Bonus wager with a $1 million payout is a natural fit.”
“Shuffle Master is very pleased with our partnership with Caesars Entertainment in delivering an exciting twist to the game of Three Card Poker. This is yet another example of how Caesar Entertainment goes above and beyond in creating extraordinary experiences for their players,” said Gavin Isaacs, CEO of Shuffle Master. “The 6 Card Bonus side bet provides players with more chances to win and the ability to deliver a $1 million payout is unprecedented. We’re delighted to offer our content as the vehicle for this extraordinary promotion, and pleased that our i-Deal shufflers provide security and protect the integrity of the game.”
To be eligible to make the 6 Card Bonus $1 million wager a player must place an ante wager and a Pair Plus wager based on the posted table minimums. The 6 Card Bonus wager is offered at $5-$100 with odds paid on all hands of 3-of-a kind or better, except for the $100,000 and $1 million Super Royal hands, which are fixed payouts (see pay table below).
6 Card Bonus Hand Payout
6-Card Super Royal – Diamonds $1,000,000
6-Card Super Royal – Hearts $100,000
6-Card Super Royal – Spades $100,000
6-Card Super Royal – Clubs $100,000
5-Card Royal Flush 1000 to 1
5-Card Straight Flush 200 to 1
Four of a Kind 50 to 1
Full House 20 to 1
5-Card Flush 15 to 1
5-Card Straight 10 to 1
Three of a Kind 5 to 1
A player can win $1 million from a $15 total bet on the three different bets if playing at a $5 minimum game. Anticipating the popularity of the game, each of Caesars Entertainment’s resorts have added additional Three Card Poker, 6 Card Bonus tables. Harrah’s Las Vegas now has a 12 tables, Flamingo 11, Caesars 10, Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino nine, Paris eight, Planet Hollywood eight, Bally’s seven, Imperial Palace six, O’Sheas six, and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall six for a total of 83 tables city-wide.
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