High Card Flush
High Card Flush is an entertaining casino game that involves playing your flush hands against the dealer’s flush hands. The game also offers fun side bets that pay off for hands with straight flushes and for the number of cards in your flush!
How to Play
Each player plays against the dealer’s hand, with the goal to have the hand with the most cards of the same suit (a flush). Players will make a mandatory Ante wager and optional bonus wagers if they desire. Each player and the dealer will receive seven cards. Upon inspecting their cards, the players can fold and surrender the Ante, or they can elect to call the dealer. The call wager is equal to the Ante wager for hands that contain flushes of 4-cards or less. If the player has a 5-card flush the call wager is 2 times the Ante. With a 6 or 7-card flush, the call wager is 3 times the Ante.
The dealer will reveal their hand and must qualify with a 3-card flush that contains a 9 at minimum. If the dealer does not qualify, Ante wagers and applicable bonus wagers will be paid. If the dealer does qualify, the dealer will compare their cards with those of the players to determine the winner.
Hands that contain more flush cards than the dealer automatically win. For example, a player’s 4-card flush will beat a dealer’s 3-card flush. If the player and dealer both have the same number of cards, the next ranking criteria is standard poker ranking. A player three card flush of K-Q-J will beat a dealer Q-J-10.
Players can win up to 1000 times their bonus wager when playing the straight flush bonus. The standard flush bonus wager can pay up to 250 times the wager. Several exciting ways to win makes High Card Flush a popular and easy game to learn and play!
Progressive jackpots are updated frequently but may not reflect current amounts. Please see table games for real-time jackpots. Updated May 20, 2022.