A “Dice Cup” containing three dice is shaken by the Banker to determine who receives the first hand (signified by the action button) and the order in which the hands are played against the Banker’s hand.
The Banker’s position is always 1, 8, or 15, clockwise.
At this point, once the dice are revealed, no further wagers are permitted.
Each Player, including the Banker, is given seven cards according to the total indicated on the dice. The Player then arranges these cards into two separate hands.
The five-card back hand must be a higher ranking poker hand than the two-card front hand.
After all Players have arranged their hands (set their hands) the hands are compared in-turn to the Banker’s hand. In order to win, the Player’s two-card hand and the Player’s five-card hand must rank higher then the Banker’s five-card hand. Should one hand be EXACTLY the same as the Banker’s hand, it’s called a “copy” and the Banker wins on that hand.
If the Player wins one hand (ranks higher) and loses the other hand (ranks lower) to the Banker, no money exchanges hands. This is considered a “push.”