advantages

  • Many Ways to Play

    One Eyed Flush - comes with it's own unique deck of cards. The "Wild Cards" are Green in color and are referred to as "Money Cards" These cards are very distinctive from all other face cards so players know right away when they have a winning hand!The game can be played in the following:
  • Player vs Casino

  • Player vs Player

  • Group Tournament

  • Jackpot Format

How to Play

  • 1. Try to get a winning hand that consists of a Pair or higher, or Lowest Card Value
  • 2. All Pairs cancel against another Pair, the remaining lowest card value wins the hand. - (If the remaining point value is equal then the Dealer wins. Player must be lower.)
  • 3. If you do not have a Pair or higher, try to get your three card value as low as possible
  • 4. If your hand value is over 17 after drawing a card, you Bust!
  • 5. Any hand consisting of a Wild Card is an automatic win, unless the Dealer has the same or better
  • 6. If both the Player and Dealer have a Pair with a Wild Card then, the lowest total point value of the remaining card determines the winner. - ( If the value is equal then Dealer wins, Player must be lower.)

Winning Hands:

  • One Eyed Flush

    Beats all hands
    Against another ONE EYED FLUSH is a standoff

    Three of a Kind with 2 Wild Cards

    Beats a Pair with a Wild Card
    Beats a Three of a Kind with no Wild Cards
    Beats a Pair
    Beats a No Pair or lowest point value
    Against a Three of a Kind with a Wild Card is a standoff

    Three of a Kind with 1 Wild Card

    Beats a Three of a Kind with no Wild Cards
    Beats a Pair with a Wild Card
    Beats a Pair
    Beats a No Pair or Lowest Point Value
    Against a Three of a Kind with 1 or 2 Wild Cards is a standoff

    Pair with a Wild Card

    Beats a Three of a Kind with no wild cards
    Beats a Pair with no wild cards
    Beats a No Pair or lowest point value
    Against a Pair with a Wild Card is lowest point value of the remaining card

    Three of a Kind

    Beats a Pair
    Beats a No Pair or lowest point value
    Against a Three of a Kind is a standoff

    Pair

    Beats a No Pair or lowest point value
    Against another Pair - lowest remaining card value

    No Pair or Lowest Point Value

    Beats a hand with a higher point total value
    If values are equal Dealer wins, Player must be lower
    If tournament play equal values are a standoff

The Game

One Eyed Flush

One Eyed Flush was developed in 1997. The game took quite some time to master as I had to make the game favorable to both the player and the casino. It had to be quick to play. It had to offer excitement and most of all it had to have good odds that made it attractive. The game is unique in its style of play. There is no other game on the market that can offer the variety of outcomes that is associated with One Eyed Flush. It is the only game on the market that can offer a win for both the Highest Value of a hand and the Lowest Value of a hand.

The game was created to recognize the One Eyed profile portrayed on face or royal cards in a standard deck of 52 playing cards. These cards are the Jack of Hearts, Jack of Spades and the King of Diamonds. The picture image on these cards portray a one eyed profile as opposed to all other face cards showing a two eyed profile or full face. These cards are considered "Wild Cards" and any hand dealt with these cards is an automatic win, provided the dealer does not have the same hand or better.

One Eyed Flush is one of the fastest games of poker played today. This game averages between 52 and 57 hands per hour, making it close to the speed of Blackjack which ranges between 55 and 60 hands. Most poker games use only one deck of cards. One Eyed Flush is versitile enough to use from one to eight deck of cards for play. One skilled in the art will appreciate the quick play and multiple rounds advantages over other forms of poker.
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More About the Game

  • The game is quick and easy to play once you get the hang of the best strategy to implement. It can be played against the dealer in a casino style fashion or it can be played in a group or tournament format.

  • The game is very versitile and can be suited to many forms of enjoyment. You can have as much fun with 1 deck as you can with 8, 10 or even 15 decks of cards; the choice is yours.

  • As the inventor I am always interested in the feedback of what people think of the game, and I would love your feedback as well.

  • To find out more about this exciting game including the odds and the many other features in which this game can be a part of your casino entertainment establishment please contact us for a brochure now!

The Rules

Game Aspect

1. Total Point Value: This is the total point value of the three (3) cards dealt to a player before and after drawing a card compared to the value of the dealer 3 cards. This occurs when there is a No Pair or higher in both hands.
2. Pair or Higher: Of the three (3) cards dealt to the player and or the dealer two (2) of the three cards must contain two or more cards of the same rank including but not limited to a Wild Card. This also embodies three cards of the same numerical sequence to create a Three of a Kind.
3. Wild Cards: Of the three (3) cards dealt to the player, anyone of the cards containing a Wild Card constitutes an automatic winning hand unless the dealer has the same in card denomination or higher.

Player Rules

1. Player places a wager for a hand of play prior to the deal of the cards
2. Player has the option of wagering on a One Eyed Flush Jackpot and Flip Card Draw
3. If a player wagers on the Flip Card, this ia a wager to determine the value of the Dealer's overturned card
4. Player receives three cards from the dealer face down
5. Player is allowed to view the cards but cannot move cards beyond the boundary of the playing surface
6. Player can draw 1 card only when it is their turn in the round of play
7. Player must discard one of the original cards dealt prior to drawing a new card
8. Player must discard the burned card face down on the pass line to the dealer
9. Player must reveal his/her hand after the dealer has addressed all hands in the round of play. This can also be left to the dealer to address
10. If a player hand "Busts" then the player must keep all cards face down until the dealer has addressed the hands in play

Game Rules

1. Dealer deals three cards per Player and Dealer
2. All Players cards are dealt face down
3. The Dealer's second card is dealt face up - (this is the Flip Card) the other two cards face down
4. A Player can draw only one card but must discard one of the original cards first
5. Once all players have made playing decisions they must place all cards face down on card circles
6. The Dealer then addresses all hands in sequence and payouts accordingly
7. If the Player and Dealer each have a pair then the pairs cancel and the lowest value of the remaining card is the winner of the hand
8. If the Player and Dealer have a no pair after drawing a card the winner is the hand with the lowest pont value. If the hands are equal the Dealer wins, Player must be lower.
9. If the Player and the Dealer have a pair with a Wild Card then the remaining card with the lowest point value wins. If the value is equal Dealer wins, player must be lower.
10. If both Player and Dealer have a Three of a Kind with no Wild Cards it is a standoff

Dealer Draw Rules

1. Dealer must draw on a Pair when the remaining card is 5 or higher
2. Dealer must draw on a No Pair when the remaining card is 7 or higher
3. Dealer draws on a Wild Card against another Wild Card only
4. Dealer cannot draw on a Three of a Kind with a Wild Card
5. Dealer cannot Bust

Winning Odds

1. ONE EYED FLUSH Pays 600/1
2. Three of a Kind w/ 2 Wild Jacks Pays 20/1
3. Three of a Kind Pays 6/1
4. Three of a Kind w/ Wild King & Jack Pays 5/1
5. Three of a Kind w/ Wild King Pays 5/1
6. Three of a Kind w/ Wild Jack Pays 4/1
7. Pair w/ Wild King Pays 3/1
8. Pair w/ Wild Jack Pays 2/1
9. Pair Pays 1/1
10. No Pair / Lowest Point Value Pays 1/1
11. Flip Card (Neutral) Pays 2/1
12. Flip Card Pays 1/1

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