PROGRESSIVE BAD BEAT
The Bad Beat Progressive Jackpot shall apply to the game of Texas Hold-em only. To qualify for the Bad Beat, the poker room will follow the chart below.
Four Twos -$250 to $2,500
Full House Aces full of Kings -$2,501 to $5,000
Full House Aces full of Queens -$5,001 to $7,500
Full House Aces full of Jacks -$7,501 to $10,000
Full House Aces full of Tens -$10,001 to $12,500
Full House Aces full of Nines -$12,501 to $15,001
Full House Aces full of Nines “*one card plays” - $15,001 or greater
Must be beaten by Quads or better.
One card must be Ace in full house.
One Card must be used to make quads
One Card must be used to make Straight Flush
Board cannot be used to make Quads
Both the winning and losing players must use both of their hole cards to create the highest possible hand. For four of a kind, both the winning and losing player’s hand must contain a pocket pair unless the Bad Beat is over $15,001, then only one card has to play.
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