How To Play
- The player makes a wager and two cards are dealt face up and three cards are dealt face down.
- The player selects the range of numbers he/she thinks will equal the total value of all five cards.
- The value of each card is equal to their number. Jacks, Queens and Kings are valued at 10. Each ace is valued at one or 11 – player’s choice.
- The player wins if the range of numbers selected equals the total value of the five cards.
- If the five cards dealt make a poker hand listed on the pay table, the player automatically wins that award even if they don’t select the correct range of numbers.
The player wagered one credit for play and selected one hand per play. The demo allows the player to select one or five credits per play and one to five hands per play. The player received two kings for a total card value of 20. The player selected the 44 and over range of numbers.
The dealer revealed the remaining three cards showing a total hand value of 45. The player won three credits for selecting the correct range of numbers (44 and over) and a 100 credit poker hand bonus for receiving four kings (4 of a kind). The player’s total win for the hand was 103 credits.
Bonus Poker Hand Payout (Per Credit)
|4 of a Kind||100||200||300||400||500|
|3 of a Kind||4||8||12||16||20|
Payout For Selecting Winning Range (Per Credit)
|10 and under||200||400||600||800||1,000|
|11 to 20||5||10||15||20||25|
|21 to 27||2||4||6||8||10|
|28 to 34||1||2||3||4||5|
|35 to 43||1||2||3||4||5|
|44 and over||3||6||9||12||15|
- One Hand Game
- Three Hand Game
- Five Hand Game
- Fifty Hand Game
- One Hundred Hand Game
- Deuce’s Wild Game
- Progressive linked jackpot payouts for top poker hands listed on the pay table
What range of number you should select when the first two cards equal:
|Cards Equal||Range Selected||Payout Table|
|2 or 3||10 and Under||200 to 1|
|4 or 5||11 to 20||5 to 1|
|6, 7, 8, 9, 10, or 11||21 to 27||2 to 1|
|12||28 to 35||1 to 1|
|13, 14, 15, or 16||36 to 43||1 to 1|
|17, 18, 19, or 20||44 and Over||5 to 1|
*Basic Strategy will change based on the payout table of the game selected
Diana Gruber developed the math analysis for Count ‘Em Up®. If you would like to view the math analysis for Count ‘Em Up® please click Game Math.
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