2 Card High almost has gaming board approval and this table game could be coming to Las Vegas casinos and casinos near you. The Las Vegas Sun details the game and the approval process.
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At first look, this game does not seem appealing to me at all.
Get 5 cards, play two, add to 10, 20 0r 30 without a face card.
Sounds way too complicated to be fun. I thought Pai Gow was complicated when I first heard about it and now I love it, so we’ll see.
I’m curious to see what the payout percentages are when this rolls out. Part of the fun of Pai Gow for me is that I can sit, drink and play close to even pretty often.
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