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Mississippi Stud is a casino poker like game. The game proceeds as follow:-
1. Player plays against the house dealer
2. Player makes ante wager.
3. Dealer gives each player two cards face down, and three community cards face down. Player may examine his own cards.
4. Player may fold or make a "3rd Street" bet, of one to three times the ante.
5. First community card is turned over.
6. Player may fold or make a "4th Street" bet, of one to three times the ante.
7. Second community card is turned over.
8. Player may fold or make a "5th Street" bet, of one to three times the ante.
9. Third community card is turned over.
10. Your two cards together with the three community cards form a poker hand.
11. Player wins or loses according to the strength of the poker hand and the following pay table.

Royal Flush
500 to 1
Straight Flush
100 to 1
Four of a Kind
40 to 1
Full House
10 to 1
6 to 1
4 to 1
Three of a Kind
3 to 1
Two Pairs
2 to 1
Pair of Jacks or Better
1 to 1
Pair of 6s thru 10s
All other

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Recently changed in this version

Better function regarding set initial bet amount.

Comments and ratings for MississippiStud
  • (27 stars)

    by Christopher Terry on 13/12/2013

    Crap don't buy

  • (27 stars)

    by Raymond Akers on 07/09/2013

    Do not buy I downloaded and get the same hand every time not worth it at all

  • (27 stars)

    by Justin Mcnally on 10/08/2013

    Do not download this game the payouts are all wrong...the dealer doesn't payout if you have winning hands and does pay when you don't have anything! And to think I wasted $1.99 on this garbage!

  • (27 stars)

    by Michael Seidl on 17/07/2013

    The game is good except on the galaxy s 3 the cards are tiny.. I bought it hoping that you'd fix the problem since you said you would the beginning of June. You should somehow give me credits to download other games you made since I cant play this game wi

  • (27 stars)

    by Thomas Shifflett on 19/06/2013

    You lose with winning hands

  • (27 stars)

    by Antonio Conner on 18/06/2013

    I lost one hand with two pairs, and I won a hand that had no winning combinations in it. Please correct this.

  • (27 stars)

    by Matthew McKee on 04/06/2013

    Most recent update broke payouts