S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:16:15.09 - The play - Silverado Stud poker

Silverado Stud must be played according to the following rules:

(1) Silverado Stud must only be played on tables designated by the licensee for the play of Silverado Stud poker. A single deck of cards shall be used. Players do not play against the dealer or against other players. Players may play only one hand following each shuffle of the deck. Winning hands are determined and paid according to the payment schedule that shall be displayed as part of the table layout;
(2) Players shall make an equal bet on both the five-card and three-card hands on the designated five-card bet and three-card bet wagering areas in front of the players position. On tables marked "Silverado Stud Bonus," players may place an optional four-card bet on the designated areas. The bet wins if the players initial four-card hand matches any of the four-card poker hands according to the payout schedules. After each player has had the opportunity to place the wager, the dealer insures that all bets are in place and then announces "No more bets";
(3) Any dealer tip delivered as a wager shall be placed as a single wager above the players original five-card hand or the players original three-card hand or both. The dealers tip shall be settled at the end of the play of the hand at the odds listed in accordance with the payment schedule;
(4) Immediately before the initial start of play and after each round of play has been completed, the dealer must shuffle the cards. Following shuffle and cut, the dealer deals four cards to each player and two cards to the dealer -- face downward and one at a time in clockwise rotation among the players, after the players have received their four cards the dealer will receive two cards face downward. The first player to receive cards is the player to the left of the dealer, the dealer receives cards last. The dealers two cards are used as community cards. After all cards have been dealt, the dealer places the remaining cards off to the right-hand side of the dealer, out of the way of all action taking place on the table, without exposing the cards;
(5) After a player has looked at the players four cards, the player must decide which three of the four cards shall be used as the players five-card hand. The remaining one card of the four shall be used as the first card of the players three-card hand. The dealer will examine each and every players cards to make sure that the cards are tucked under the appropriate bet. EXCEPTION to rule (5): Exception 1. If a player is dealt four equal cards, referred to as (four-of-a-kind-dealt), then that player has the option to lay that hand down at this time only, and will be paid on the five card wager only according to the payout schedule; and the three-card wager will be a push. Exception 2. If a player is dealt two pair in the first four cards, the player may lay that hand down and be paid on the five-card wager only according to the pay table and the three-card wager will be a push. If the player chooses not to lay down the hand, the player will then split the hand as is the protocol for all other hands;
(6) After the first community card, the players now have the opportunity to place an additional "raise" bet. The players can look at their five-card hand ONLY to determine if they want to place their "raise" bet. This "raise" bet shall be placed on the designated five-card raise wagering area. After all players have acted, the second of the dealers cards is turned up for all players to see and is used as a second community card. Each player now has a complete five-card hand and three-card hand, using the four cards (three going to the five-card hand and one going to the three-card hand) the player was dealt together with the two community cards;
(7) After the second community card has been turned face up, the dealer, beginning with the player to the dealers right, turns each players five-card hand cards face up and then turns that players three-card hand cards face up. The dealer examines each players hands, in combination with the two community cards, to determine if the players hands are a winning or a losing hand. To qualify as a winning hand for a basic payout for Silverado Stud Poker Version A, a players hand must contain a pair of jacks or better for the five-card hand and any pair for the three-card hand. To qualify as a winning hand for a basic payout for Silverado Stud Poker Version B, a players hand must contain a minimum of a pair of tens or jacks for the five-card hand and any pair for the three-card hand;
(8) All losing wagers must be immediately collected by the dealer, and all losing hands must be collected and placed on top of the rest of the deck to the right-hand side of the dealer; and
(9) The dealer will determine whether or not each player has a winning or losing hand. The dealer pays all winning wagers or takes all losing wagers one at a time beginning with the player farthest to the right of the dealer and continuing counterclockwise around the table. The four-card optional bet will also be taken or paid according to the payout schedule marked "4-Card Hand." Determination of winning or losing hand is based on the players original four cards dealt to them and paid according to the following payment schedule. All winning hands are paid in accordance with the payout odds listed on the table layout or as displayed at the table in accordance with the following payment schedule:

Silverado Stud Poker Version A (non-two-pair dealt) Payout Schedules:

Version A

Version B

Version C

Five-Card Hand

Royal Flush

200:1

200:1

500:1

Straight Flush

100:1

100:1

100:1

Four of a Kind Dealt

50:1

50:1

50:1

Four of a Kind

15:1

20:1

20:1

Full House

9:1

9:1

9:1

Flush

7:1

7:1

7:1

Straight

5:1

5:1

5:1

Three of a Kind

3:1

3:1

3:1

Two Pair

2:1

2:1

2:1

Pair of Jacks or Better

1:1

1:1

1:1

Three-Card Hand

Straight Flush

15:1

15:1

15:1

Three of a Kind

8:1

10:1

8:1

Straight

4:1

4:1

4:1

Flush

3:1

3:1

3:1

Any Pair

1:1

1:1

1:1

Silverado Stud Poker Version A2 (two-pair dealt) Payout Schedules:

Version A

Version B

Version C

Version J

Version

A2

Five-Card Hand

Royal Flush

200:1

200:1

500:1

Royal Flush

500:1

200:1

Straight Flush

100:1

100:1

100:1

Straight Flush

100:1

100:1

Four of a Kind Dealt

50:1

50:1

50:1

Four of a Kind Dealt

50:1

50:1

Four of a Kind

15:1

20:1

20:1

Four of a Kind

20:1

15:1

Full House

9:1

9:1

9:1

Full House

10:1

9:1

Flush

7:1

7:1

7:1

Flush

7:1

7:1

Straight

5:1

5:1

5:1

Straight

5:1

5:1

Three of a Kind

3:1

3:1

3:1

Three of a Kind

3:1

3:1

Two Pair

2:1

2:1

2:1

Two Pair

2:1

2:1

Two Pair Dealt

1:1

1:1

1:1

Two Pair Dealt

2:1

1:1

Pair of Jacks or Better

1:1

1:1

1:1

Pair of Jacks or Better

1:1

1:1

Three-Card Hand

Royal Flush

30:1

30:1

Straight Flush

15:1

15:1

15:1

Straight Flush

15:1

15:1

Three of a Kind

8:1

10:1

8:1

Three of a Kind

10:1

8:1

Straight

4:1

4:1

4:1

Straight

4:1

4:1

Flush

3:1

3:1

3:1

Flush

3:1

3:1

Any Pair

1:1

1:1

1:1

Any Pair

1:1

1:1

Silverado Stud Poker Version B (two-pair dealt) Payout Schedules:

Version Q

Version R

Version

S5

Version

S2

Version U

Version V

Five-Card Hand

Royal Flush

500:1

500:1

500:1

200:1

200:1

200:1

Straight Flush

100:1

100:1

100:1

100:1

100:1

100:1

Four of a Kind Dealt

40:1

40:1

50:1

50:1

50:1

50:1

Four of a Kind

15:1

15:1

20:1

20:1

20:1

20:1

Full House

9:1

9:1

9:1

9:1

9:1

9:1

Flush

7:1

7:1

7:1

7:1

7:1

7:1

Straight

5:1

6:1

5:1

5:1

5:1

6:1

Three of a Kind

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

Two Pair Dealt

3:1

2:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

Two Pair

2:1

2:1

2:1

2:1

2:1

2:1

Pair of Queens or Better

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

Pair of Tens or Jacks

Push

Push

Push

Push

Push

Push

Three-Card Hand

Royal Flush

30:1

30:1

30:1

30:1

30:1

30:1

Straight Flush

15:1

15:1

15:1

15:1

15:1

15:1

Three of a Kind

8:1

8:1

8:1

8:1

10:1

10:1

Straight

5:1

5:1

5:1

5:1

4:1

4:1

Flush

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

3:1

Any Pair

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

1:1

Silverado Stud Bonus:

Four-Card Hand

Hand Type

Pay (to 1)

Four of a Kind

200

Straight Flush

50

Three of a Kind

10

Flush

6

Straight

4

Two pair

3

One pair

1

Less than 10-high

Push

Notes

S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:16:15.09
30 SDR 171, effective May 10, 2004; 31 SDR 165, effective May 10, 2005; 32 SDR 128, effective January 30, 2006; 32 SDR 188, effective May 14, 2006; 33 SDR 125, effective January 29, 2007; 41 SDR218, effective 7/1/2015.

General Authority: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13).

Law Implemented: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13), 42-7B-18.

Maximum amount of bets, SDCL 42-7B-4.

Table stakes, § 20:18:16:21.

Exposing hand, § 20:18:16:31.01.

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