Pokdeng

Pok Deng is a Thai gambling card game in which players aim for a hand whose ones digit beats the dealer's, while taking into account pairs, three of a kinds, and flushes. The game is also known as Pok Kao (kao means "nine") or Pok Paet Pok Kao (Paet means "eight") due to eights and nines being high, desirable values. Pok Deng supports two to seventeen players, including the dealer, but is recommended for three to nine, Play goes in the same order that the cards were dealt. During a player's turn, that person has the option of drawing a card (hitting) or not (staying). A player may only draw one card from the top of the draw pile, meaning each player ends up with only two or three cards per game. (Because each player can have up to three cards, seventeen is the maximum number of players before cards would run out.) If the player's starting hand of two cards has a taem (described below) of eight or nine, that person has pok announces it, and immediately shows those cards face-up. This is a good hand, and the player may not draw a card.

Game Type

Multi Players, 2D Game

Support

Language

RTP

97.50%

Maximum Win

x5

Statistics

YES

Theme

Thai Culture

Min bet

20

Max bet

100
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