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Pick A Card - Any Card 
 
  Pick A Card is a patent pending casino game inspired by the scene in Vegas Vacation where Clark and Cousin Eddie go to that odd casino where the games are a little different.
 
  Included was a game called Pick A Number, seen here, which used no device to determine the winner. Despite being absurd to the max, it was the inspiration for a fair version, with a house edge that is reasonable but hard to calculate on the fly, is fun and easy to play, and seems to be player advantage.
 
 
Game Description 
 
  Players make a wager that a selected card rank appears in the three cards to be revealed. Payouts are increased if the chosen rank appears more than once. Players may wager on as many ranks as desired.
 
  A Bonus side bet allows players to wager that the three cards have a pair, flush, straight, three of a kind or straight flush. This is similar to the Pair Plus side bet for Three Card Poker.
 
  A Jackpot side bet works the same, but includes a jackpot payout if any three of a kind or straight flush is immediately followed by any three of a kind or straight flush. The jackpot payout can either be a static payout, or progressive.
 
  Casinos can offer either, or both, of the side bets.
 

Unique Game Feature 
 
  Similar to craps where one player throws the dice to determine the outcome, one player will select the three cards. All players play the same three cards.
 
  One player is provided a stylus to select the cards. If the cards are a pair or better, the same player will select the cards on the next turn. Alternatively, the dealer can offer a player a cut card, cut the deck, and use the top 3 cards to determine the winners.
 
 
Document Downloads 
 
  Three pages: Game description including features, rules, and sample paytable. PDF
 
  One page: Rack / rule card (front & back, side by side) PDF
 
  One page: sample single player betting area. PDF
 
  One page: sample BJ type table layout with 5 player locations. PDF
 
  One page: sample Big 6 type table layout with two large community betting areas. PDF