Playing Pai Gow may seem intimidating at first, but it's actually quite simple once you understand the rules. To start the game, place your bet on the designated area on the virtual table. After placing your bet, both you and the dealer will receive seven cards each. Your task now is to arrange these cards into a high hand with five cards and a low hand with two cards.
When arranging your hands, keep in mind that your high hand must be stronger than your low hand according to traditional poker rankings. For example, if you have three Aces in your initial seven-card deal, it would be wise to put two Aces in your high hand and one Ace in your low hand for optimal chances of winning.
Once all players have arranged their hands accordingly, it's time for showdown! The dealer will compare their own high and low hands against yours individually. If both of your hands beat those of the dealer's respective ones or vice versa - congratulations! You win!