Game Rules Idaho Good Sam Organization

RENO BINGO

1st Hand: Pat Hand Poker

The dealer must first ante a penny for each player. If he forgets to do this before dealing, he must ante double. Deal 5 cards. Pick up your hand. At your turn you bet pennies or stand. After every player has had his turn, and there are no further raises, reveal your cards to see who has the best poker hand. The best poker hand takes the pot of pennies. (Bet up to 5 pennies)

KEEP THE SAME 5 CARDS FOR THE NEXT HAND

2nd Hand: Bingo

All players including the dealer turn your cards face up on the table. Now the dealer turns up one card at a time, announcing what the card is. Each player puts a penny on his card if he has it. This continues until someone Bingo's. If a card appears more than once, put another penny on it. Do not follow suit, only the number counts. Such as a penny on a King, a penny on an 8 and so on. Winner gets all the pennies from the players cards.

KEEP THE SAME 5 CARDS FOR THE NEXT HAND

3rd & 4th Hands: Put & Take

3rd hand: Put. Each player turns his cards face up on the table. The dealer piles his cards face up one at a time and says, "Put one penny in the pot", for an Ace or whatever the card is, 2 pennies for the next one, 3 for the next, 4 then 5 pennies.

4th hand: Take. As the dealer turns the next card up, a player takes a penny from the pot if he has that card. The next card up, players take 2 pennies if they have the card. Then 3, 4, 5 pennies. If there are not enough pennies to go around the dealer has to make up the difference. If there are any pennies left, the dealer takes them.

5th Hand: 21

Each player bets 1 to 5 pennies before the cards are delt. Dealer deals one card face down to each player, then one cards face up to each player. The player checks his cards and decides whether to stand or take another card. The dealer has to hit himself on 16 and stand on 17. If the player beats the dealer, the dealer has to pay the number of pennies that the player has bet. If any player ties the dealer, they keep their pennies. If the dealer should get 21, or closer to 21 than a player, that player bet goes to the dealer. If a player goes over 21, the dealer gets his pennies also.

6th Hand: Birthday

The dealer turns the cards over one at a time as the players call out 1-2-3 and so on through Jack, Queen, King. If one of the cards that the dealer turns up happens to be the same as you called, such as an 8, the dealer has the choice to take that many pennies from each player or go on through to the King and try to get more pennies. If the dealer does not land on a card that he calls he gets nothing.

CARDS GO TO THE NEXT DEALER OR PLAYER - REPEAT THE SAME 6 HANDS


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