Poker Walk Rules

  1. Individual registration only.  Must be at least 18 years of age to win.  
  2. The Poker Walk consists of 5 Poker Stations.  Each participant begins at the Registration Table where they check-in and receive their first poker card.  
  3. Each participant can visit each Poker Station only onceto create a 5-card Poker Hand.
  4. At each of the 5 stations, each participant will be dealt 1 card to create a 5-card poker hand.   
  5. Once participants complete their Poker Hand, they must take their hand to the Judge’s Station to enter their hand for prizes. 
  6. All participants who wish to be eligible for prizes must submit their poker hand to the Judge’s Station NO LATER THAN NOON.  
  7. Participants must keep their poker playing cards for the awarding of the top hands.  Prizes will be given for the ten best Poker Hands.  You must be present to win.   
  8. In case of a tie, players will each cut a deck of cards, high card wins.
  9. All decisions of the judges are FINAL!  

 

 

Poker Hand Rankings 

 

Jokers are WILD!  

 

*Rules for ranking cards:

Aces count high for all hands- e.g. a pair of Aces beats a pair of Kings. In a

straight an Ace can count low (e.g. A, 2, 3, 4, 5) or high (e.g. 10, J, Q, K, A) but

NOT BOTH (e.g. Q, K, A, 2, 3 is Not a straight).

Rankings (Highest to Lowest): 

Five of a Kind:Fivecards of the same rank e.g. four Aces, four Kings etc PLUS a Joker or Five of the same rank (e.g. 5 kings, 5 aces, etc…)

Royal Flush: Run of sequential cards from 10 – A, with all cards of the same suit. 

Straight Flush: Run of sequential cards, all cards in the same suit, but not Ace high. 

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same rank e.g. four Aces, four Kings etc… 

Full House: Three cards of the same rank plus a pair, e.g. three Aces & pair of Kings. 

Flush: Five cards all of the same suit. 

Straight (Run): Five sequential cards, not of the same suit. 

Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same rank e.g. three Aces, three Kings etc… 

Two Pair: Two sets of pairs e.g. a pair of Aces and a pair of Kings. 

Pair: Two cards of the same rank e.g. two Aces, two Kings etc… 

High Card: None of the above

*Joker Wild Rules:A Joker may be played as any card. Any all natural hand will win over the

same hand using a Joker (e.g. 3 Kings Beats 2 Kings and Joker; 3 Aces Beat 2 Aces and

Joker) Standard card rank rules apply (See Rules for ranking cards).

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