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Sir Mark H. Jones, President - INAG INC. 

2516 Business Parkway

Unit G Minden, NV 89423


Office : 775-267-9600 
Cell : 619-823-7073
Fax : 775-267-9611

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775 -267- 9600

POKER STYLE GAMES

1 Bet Threat - Procedures

1 BET THREAT has an instant showdown in each and every hand against the dealer, making the game exciting and easier to play. This new variation of hold'em keeps the player in the game all the way to the showdown with just their main bet. No more folding cards and forfeiting bets to the dealer. The instant showdown adds more player appeal while still offering the opportunity to make additional call bets as in traditional hold'em.

TRY THE DEMO HERE!

 

 

DIRECTIONS

  • Play up to seven players against the dealer using one standard deck of 52 cards.

  • Player makes one main bet called a 1 Bet Threat (call bets and side bets are optional).

  • No folding. Every hand is an instant showdown against the dealer.

  • The dealer will pass out one card face-down to each player and one card face-down to himself. Then the dealer will pass out a second card face-down to each player and a second card face-down to himself.

  • Now the player will look at their two cards and can make a call bet that must be 2X the main bet or check.

  • Then the dealer will burn a card and show the three-card Flop.Now the player can make a call bet that must be equal to the main bet or check.

  • Then the dealer will burn a card and show the Turn Card and burn another card and show the River Card.

  • Now the dealer and the player will turn over their two cards.

  • Each player including the dealer now has a seven card hand. Each player including the dealer will use the best five of the seven cards to make their best five card poker hand.

  • The dealer must qualify with a pair of 6's or higher.

  • If the dealer qualifies and the player's hand is higher, the player wins even money on the main bet and on the call bets. If the player's hand is lower, the player loses the main bet and the call bets.

  • If the dealer does not qualify and the player's hand is higher, the player wins HALF of the main bet and the call bets push. If the player's hand is lower, the player loses the main bet and the call bets push.

  • Tie hands are always a push.

  • The Final Hand side bet pays the player odds when they receive Jacks-High Two Pairs or better. The Pocket Pair side bet pays the player odds when they receive a Pair as their two hole cards.

  • The side bets pay the player odds whether they win or lose.

 

Unlike games like Ultimate Texas Hold’em, The player can place 1 single wager and make it to the showdown. The player is always in action to the end of the game once the 1st bet is wagered. This game will allow a player to get the maximum time at the table and will also give them the Ultimate in entertainment value. The price to lease this game is $600 per month. Unlike other companies, INAG will never raise the price of a game once it is on the floor. The only exception to this is if the casino raises the cost to do business with that casino.

 

1 Bet Threat has received Board approval for placement in Nevada. During trial, I Bet out held and out dropped the UTH game it replaced.

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