MONDAY & TUESDAY
MYSTERY HIGH HAND
Win a high hand and chose an envelope to see what you won!
Hourly prizes from 2-10PM with prizes from $100 - $1,000!
Pull the $500 envelope and automatically win the following bonus:
Full House = $100
Quads = $300
Straight Flush = $500
OMAHA HIGH HANDS
FRIDAY HIGH HAND BONUS
BONUS STARTS AT...
ACES & FACES
THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS
A qualifying hand must win the High Hand for the time period in order to win the bonus and applicable carryover.
HIGH HAND DETAILS & RULES
A high hand jackpot is a prize awarded to the player who makes the highest-ranking hand during a pre-determined and specified time period.
Only players seated in the eligible game will qualify to win a high hand prize. If no game is specified, the game will be Texas Hold’em. Only Cash game players qualify; no prizes may be awarded to tournament players.
Once the ‘end time’ of the high hand promotion is reached, no further hands will qualify to win a high hand promotion.
In order to claim a prize, player must be active in a live cash game and without a missed blind button. After making a qualifying hand, the player must remain active in a live game in order to remain eligible for the prize.
The total pot must be at least $20 in order for that hand to qualify any hands involved.
Up to $2 per hand shall be taken from each pot and shall be added to the jackpot fund.
In order for any hand to qualify, both cards in the player’s hand (hole cards) must be used to make their showdown hand (highest hand played to win the pot).
The qualifying hand does not need to win the pot it was involved in. If the hand that won the pot does not qualify (i.e., does not use both cards), the losing hand will be eligible to win the jackpot as long as all other criteria are met.
ALL ties shall split the jackpot for the specified time period. Only hand rank will be considered, suits will not be used to settle ties.
Payout amount will be pre-determined by the facility and posted to the website, and within the facility during qualifying high hand periods.
The minimum qualifying hand for a high-hand promotion is a Full House.
A player may win another promotion simultaneously when qualifying to win a high-hand payout, such as a bad beat jackpot or other high-hand style promotions.
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