$1,200 High Hand Champion
Be the High Hand Champion
Tuesday July 4, 2017 | 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
*$1,200 Cash Paid Out Every Hour*
- Highest Hand Pays $500
- Second Highest Hand Pays $400
- Third Highest Hand Pays $300
Also, be sure to check out $1.00 Beers and $2.00 Hotdogs at Jake’s!
High Hand Champion Rules
Only the players with the highest card combinations will be paid out for the designated time period for all eligible games. If there is a tie for one of the high hands, then the high hand amount will be divided evenly amongst the eligible players. If there are less than three eligible high hands for the period, the payouts will be evenly distributed to the eligible hands. If there is no winner for the time period, the roll over amount will be added to the next payout. In all games, $2 for the jackpot will be taken when the pot reaches $10 at all times. Any miscall will not be paid if the hand was beat for the time period. If a high hand is announced, and after review there is a hand that rightfully beat it, the rightful high hand will be paid out for the time period. ORCC is not responsible for any misinformation given out. Aces Full or better qualify – Both Hole Cards must play and be their best 5 card hand. The start of the hand will determine the eligibility of a “high hand.”
A hand begins with the first riffle. If an automatic shuffler is used, the hand begins when the green button is pressed. Any player caught showing their hand or talking about a hand in order to make other players at the table fold will be disqualified. The high hand winners of the time period will be announced 3 minutes after the time period has ended. The high hand is eligible to win more than one promotion. If there is a challenge or discrepancy of the time, and a review is needed, the rightful winner for that time period will be paid as long as the requirements are met, or any promotions using a card combination. There will be no review made once the winner of the high hand has been paid out.
Omaha, Big O and Pineapple qualifications are different. See separate rule sheet for Omaha, Big O and Pineapple qualifications. Player does not have to win the pot in order to qualify for the high hand.
Must be 18 or older to participate. All funds will come from the Texas Hold’em/Omaha jackpot fund & must be based on a card combination.
Must be playing in Jackpot eligible Texas Hold’em/Omaha games to qualify. Pot must be a minimum of $10 including the rake and jackpot and a minimum of four players dealt in the hand to qualify for the promotion.
The hand does not have to go to show down.
Anyone found to be in violation of the integrity of this promotion may be disqualified.
Last Revised: 6/16/2017