Let it Ride is a moderately popular poker table game in Las Vegas. Most major casinos along the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas deal the game, as well as some larger locals casinos. The game is simple to play. 

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Where to play Let it Ride in Las Vegas

There are 26 Las Vegas casinos that deal Let it Ride. Most have a $10 minimum bet. However, there are still a few $5 games in town. The minimum bet listed is what we found during slower hours. Limits may go up during busier times.  

Las Vegas Let It Ride minimum bets

  • Bally’s
  • Flamingo
  • Golden Nugget
  • Harrah’s
  • Linq
  • Margaritaville
  • Paris
  • Rio
  • Binion’s
  • Caesars Palace
  • California
  • Excalibur
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont 
  • Luxor
  • Main Street Station
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • New York-New York
  • Palazzo
  • Plaza
  • Sam’s Town
  • Treasure Island
  • Venetian
  • Aria 
  • Resort World
  • Wynn

Las Vegas video Let it Ride

There are no video Let it Ride machines in Las Vegas. The last multiplayer one left the market in 2011. New York-New York had four old Gamemaker video poker machines that dealt the game. In 2021, New York-New York removed these machines from the floor.  

If you enjoy this version of video Let it Ride, I found some at Greektown in Detroit and Golden Nugget in Atlantic City

How to play Let it Ride

A hand of Let it Ride starts with the player making three equal bets. Each must meet the posted minimum. For example, a $5 Let it Ride table requires $15 to play as every stack must be $5. There may also be side bets on the table. These are generally a three-card poker hand or a jackpot with a royal flush progressive.

Once the bets are on the table, the player receives three cards. Two cards are placed in the center of the table. The dealer does not get a hand. The player’s payouts are based on strength of hand out of five cards.

The player looks at the three cards dealt. There is a decision to pull back one stack or let it ride. If the player is dealt a winner, the cards are tucked under the stacks to let the dealer know there is no more action needed. A motion to the dealer is made to pull a stack back.

After that, one of the two cards in the center is exposed. The player has another decision about whether to let it ride or pull one stack back. The cards go in the center now. The last card is displayed. The player now makes the best possible five-card hand. It is paid based on the table below. The amount shown is per $1 wagered. Each stack left in play is paid. 

  • Royal flush: 1000
  • Straight flush: 200
  • Four of a kind: 50
  • Full house: 11
  • Flush: 8
  • Straight: 5
  • Three of a kind: 3
  • Two pair: 2
  • Pair of 10’s or better: 1

Las Vegas Let it Ride FAQ

What is the minimum bet for Let it Ride in Las Vegas?

Six casinos offer the game for $5. Most deal it for $10. 

How many Las Vegas casinos deal Let it Ride?

It is available at 25 Las Vegas casinos.

Are there any video Let it Ride machines in Las Vegas?

No. In 2021, the last machines were removed from the floor at New York-New York.