The house edge of Let It Ride is 3.5 percent, which is nearly ten times riskier to play than blackjack. However, you can still lower your losses with an obvious strategy, that is, you need to determine whether your hand is good enough to continue with the game (let it ride) or your cards contains only junk and you must withdraw your bets right away. Your bet is stuck in the third ($) circle; you are not allowed to pull back your money in that circle, no matter how lousy your hand is.
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Let It Ride poker was invented by Shuffle Master, Inc., based on the Five-Card Stud poker. This game was made as a shrewd marketing ploy to draw in slot gamblers to table games, which, hopefully, created more demand for Shuffle Master, Inc. products – table games and automatic card shufflers.
At first glance, this game looks complicated with those three betting circles. But it’s in reality, quite easy to understand because you aren’t facing against the dealer or other players. In fact, in this poker game, players want the dealer to have an excellent hand!