DAYTONA BEACH & ORANGE CITY
RACING AND CARD CLUB
CUMULATIVE PROMOTIONAL PROGRESIVE POOLS
- Cumulative promotional pools are defined as
combined pools within both poker rooms in which are contributed to by
poker room patrons and distributed back to the patrons based upon the
occurrence of a predetermined event.
- All money in the player’s pool will be returned
to the players through special promotions such as bad beat jackpots and
high hand combinations. No commission or administrative fee will be
- All allocated funds will be tracked by the Poker
Room Accounting department and recorded each day. The progressive bad beat
amounts for both Texas Hold’em and Omaha will be updated daily by the
gaming staff and/or the accounting department to reflect the current
jackpot and pool amounts. The amounts will be reconciled daily by the
accounting department by 5pm.
- The jackpot meter will be turned back only if a
winning combination has been paid out. The new amount will be posted.
- All winning card combinations will be posted on
video monitors in the poker room during operating hours.
- There will be separate Bad Beats for Texas Hold’em
and Omaha games combined in Daytona Beach and Orange City.
- High Hand promotions will be combined within both
8. Both cardrooms that participates in
contributing to the collective jackpot pool when a winning jackpot claim
occurs will contact each other via audio
and/or video to the manager on duty.
9. Surveillance will be contacted to
verify the winning jackpot amount.
10. The time accounting in the internal
video surveillance systems will be synchronized for the multiple locations and
pool will be split equally between the multiple claimants.
11. Notification to the cardroom patrons of a
jackpot claim, shall include the
announcement at each participating cardroom when a jackpot claim is confirmed.
- The Bad Beat will be distributed as follows:
The player with
the losing hand will receive 50% of the jackpot.
The player with
the winning hand will receive 25% of the jackpot.
The remaining 25%
of the jackpot will be divided equally among all the players who were dealt in
at the beginning of the hand.
- Any discussion of the jackpot or showing of the
hand before the hand is officially over during the playing of the hand may
void the payment of the jackpot. Management reserved the right to verify
the eligibility of the jackpot.
- All recipients of jackpot money of $600 and above
shall be required to provide valid photo ID and S.S. card and shall be
issued IRS Form W9 reflecting the amount won in the jackpot.
- If a winner cannot provide a S.S. number (on W9) for
Jackpots $5,000 and above, 28% will be withheld as required by Federal
- Bad Beat Qualifying Requirements:
To qualify as a “Bad Beat”:
a. Shall apply to the game of Texas Hold’em. To qualify for the Bad Beat, a hand of Four J's or better must lose to a higher-ranking hand
that must either be four of a Kind, Straight Flush or Royal Flush. Both card
combinations must be played in the same hand and table. Pineapple, Crazy
Pineapple and Big O will not qualify for the Bad Beat are not eligible.
b. In Omaha to
qualify for the Bad Beat Quad J’s or better must lose to a straight flush. If
running it twice the Bad Beat will only be paid on the main board.
c. Both the winning and losing players must use both of their hole
cards to create the highest possible hand. For four of a kind to qualify, the
player’s hand must include a pocket pair.
There must be a minimum of 4 players dealt
into the hand to be eligible. (No Jackpot rake will be taken with fewer
players.) Only best and second best hands qualify.
A $2 maximum amount will be
removed from each pot that totals $10 or more including the rake, $2 when the
pot reaches $10. In order for a hand to be eligible for the Bad Beat Payout, the pot must be at
least $10. The hands must go to a showdown (played to the end, where all cards
have been dealt and players have completed betting and show their cards to
determine the winner) in order for the Bad Beat to be awarded.
Only players who were dealt in are eligible to
participate in the Bad Beat jackpot.
g. If a player walks away from the game but leaves chips
on the table and he or she was in the hand at the beginning, they will retain
their rights to their share of the Bad Beat if a qualifying hand occurs.
In the rare
occurrence of a Bad Beat being hit on more than one game at the same time, and
surveillance verifies that both hands completed the showdown at the exact same
time, which is defined as all remaining players placing their cards face up on
the table, the total payout will be divided by the number of Bad Beat winning
games and the payout will be distributed on each game according to the
percentages set forth in rule 12. Players are eligible to win the posted
Any dispute or
situation not covered by the official rules will be resolved by poker
management in a manner deemed by them to be the fairest to all concerned, and
that decision shall be final and binding on all participants. In addition,
management may void any entry, and/or change, cancel, or modify this promotion
at any time.
reserves the right to verify eligibility of all qualifying hands. There will be
no recourse if the cards are mucked before surveillance was able to verify the
hands and the community cards. Poker management will not be permitted to
reconstruct the hands in any way.
For all promotions using card combinations
both hole cards must play unless specified in a particular promotion.
The house has the
right to allow a particular game to be excluded from promotions and the bad
beat when the majority of the players agree at the beginning of the game start.
If the game started with a jackpot dollar taken, then a unanimous vote of
players seated at that particular game, will be needed. No jackpot dollar will
be taken and a not in play sign will be placed over the jackpot drop slot if
players opt out of the jackpot.
promotions and bad beat details please refer to individual promotional sheets
in the promotional rack.