You are dealt two cards. If these cards are not a Pair or
Consecutives, you must predict whether the value of the third card will
fall between the values of the two cards dealt. If you predict correctly
you are paid out according to the Payout Schedule.
The objective is to correctly predict the outcome of the game based
on the values of the first two cards.
Winning hands in Red Dog pay out as follows:
|4 to 11 cards
||Even Money |
|Three of a Kind
This is when you want to complete your hand without raising your bet. A
third card is dealt to you.
This is when you place a bet on the value of the third card falling
between the values of the first two cards dealt. A bet of double your
original bet is placed on the table. If you win, your payout is doubled.
This is the number of cards between the cards you are dealt
If you are dealt a Five and a Ten, the Spread is four. A marker is
placed on Spread position four.
Note: There is no Spread on Consecutive cards.
Consecutives are cards with values that are consecutive, for example,
three and four. If you are dealt Consecutives, the third card is not
dealt and the game is a draw. Your bet is returned to you.
Note: Consecutive cards cannot form part of a Spread.
Pairs are cards with identical values, for example, two Aces or two
fives. If you are dealt a Pair, a third card is automatically dealt. If
the third card is the same value as the cards of the Pair, you are paid
out for Three of a Kind. If the third card does not have the same value
as the cards of your Pair, the hand is a draw and your bet is returned
Non-consecutives are any combination of cards that are not Consecutives
or Pairs. The spread is marked on the table by a token or marker. You
can then raise or call.