High Card Flush is a popular table game. It is a poker game that ignores all hands except flushes. The goal is to make a seven-card flush. 

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Where to play High Card Flush in Las Vegas

There are 29 Las Vegas casinos that deal High Card Flush. We visited all in late 2020. The minimum bet listed is what we expect during lower hours based on our surveying. Limits may go up $5 or $10 during busy times. 

Las Vegas High Card Flush minimum bets

  • Bally’s
  • Cromwell
  • Golden Nugget
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s 
  • M Resort
  • Orleans
  • Paris
  • Red Rock
  • Rio
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Suncoast
  • The Strat
  • Aliante
  • Binion’s
  • Caesars Palace
  • Linq
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
  • Aria 
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Wynn

How to play High Card Flush

A hand of High Card Flush starts with the player making an ante bet. There is also an optional bonus bet. Seven cards are dealt face down to each player and the dealer. Each player is up against the dealer. 

The goal of the game is to get dealt as many of one suit as possible. Hands are first ranked by the highest number of a suit. The more cards of one suit, the better. The hand is then ranked by its highest card down to its lowest. A four-card ace, five, four, three flush would beat a four-card king, queen, jack, ten flush. Both of these hands would beat any two or three-card flushes and lose to any hand with five or more to a single suit.

With this information, the player must make a decision to either fold or play. A fold surrenders all bets and the player is out of the hand. A raise is the other option. The amount depends on the number of the largest flush in the hand. If it is two, three or four, the player can raise an amount equal to the ante. It is double the ante on a five-card flush and three times on a six or seven-card flush. 

Once players have acted, the dealer’s cards are shown. The dealer must have at least a three-card nine-high flush to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify, antes are paid and raises push. If the dealer qualifies, the ante and raise are paid even money if the player beats the dealer. These bets lose if the dealer beats the player. A tie is a push. 

High Card Flush simple strategy

Simple strategy says to raise any flush that is a ten, eight and six or higher. The amount of the raise should be the maximum amount allowed.

Las Vegas High Card Flush FAQ

What is the minimum bet for High Card Flush in Las Vegas?

Many casinos, including some along the Strip, deal $5 High Card Flush. Most tables on the Strip start at $10. 

How many Las Vegas casinos deal High Card Flush?

There are 30 Las Vegas casinos that deal High Card Flush.

Last updated: June 26, 2021