S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:16:11.02 - The play - Pineapple/Crazy Pineapple poker - high or high-low split

Pineapple/Crazy Pineapple poker, both high and high-low split, must be played according to the following rules:

(1) The dealer must deal three cards to each player face down and one at a time. The first player to receive a card is the player to the left of the player who has the button. The last player to receive a card is the player assigned the button. After each player has received three cards, the player to the left of the player assigned the button opens the betting and each following player must call, raise, or fold;
(2)

(Pineapple), before the dealer deals the flop, all remaining active players in the pot must discard one card out of their hand; (Crazy Pineapple), after the dealer deals the flop, all remaining active players in the pot must discard one card out of their hand;

(3) The dealer then deals three community cards from the deck and turns the cards face upward in the center of the table. Community cards are common to the hand of every active player in the pot;
(4) After the flop, the betting continues for another round. The player sitting to the left of the player assigned the button opens. After the opening, a player must call, raise, or fold;
(5) The dealer deals another community card face up in the center of the table. Another betting round occurs. The dealer deals another community card face up in the center of the table for the final betting round. After all bets are made and if there are two or more players remaining in the game, there is a showdown; and
(6) In high pineapple, the highest hand wins the pot. In high-low split pineapple, the highest hand and the lowest hand split the pot. A player who wins in one direction and ties a player for the other direction receives three-quarters of the pot. A player who wins in both directions without a tie receives all of the pot. Aces may be used for either high or low.

Notes

S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:16:11.02
20 SDR 113, effective January 23, 1994; 33 SDR 63, effective October 18, 2006.

General Authority: SDCL 42-7B-4(18), 42-7B-7.

Law Implemented: SDCL 42-7B-4(18), 42-7B-7, 42-7B-15.

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