Red Dog is a variation of the game Yablon, also known as Ace-Deuce or In-Between. The name Red Dog is borrowed from a game of the same name but that is where the similarities end. Surpassed only by Blackjack, the original Red Dog was the most popular fast-action card game played by servicemen during World War II.
The object of the game is to predict whether the value of a third card will fall between the values of two previously drawn cards. If you predict that it will, you will want to Raise your bet before the third card is drawn.
After placing a bet, two cards are dealt face up on the table.
PLAYING THE GAME|
The game starts when you place a bet. The details of placing bets can be read in Placing Bets on Table Games. It is strongly recommended that you read these Common Factors before playing. After placing your initial bet, left-click the Deal button to deal the cards. Evaluate the spread of the cards and decide if you want to Raise your Bet. If you do, left-click the Raise box. This will place a bet equal to your original Bet into the Raise box. Now left-click the Draw button. If you do not want to Raise, simply left-click the Draw button. Remember that you cannot raise your Bet when the first two cards are consecutive or a pair. If the third card falls between the first two cards or produces a three of a kind, you are paid according to the Payoff Odds.
KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS FOR RED DOG|
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