Floating Dragon Hold And Spin is a popular casino game that many players enjoy. It is also known by other names, including Dragon’s Tears, Hold ’em, and Oasis. The basic rules for the game are similar to those of hold em poker, in that there are a number of players, each with a ten-card deck, and each player alternates decks once they have been dealt a hand. The difference lies in the way the playing cards are turned over on the flop.
At the start of every turn, each player may choose to receive three cards face up in the flop, either by picking them from the deck face up or by flipping over the top of the cards. If any player has cards to reveal, these cards may be used to make a straight flush on the flop, resulting in a maximum win for that casino. If a player has no cards to reveal, the flop is turned over, and then the casino may choose to stay in on the flop and try to win a pot valued between one to ten or a set amount of chips, whichever is greater. On the flop, if there is a straight flush, the casino will have to win a prize in addition to the maximum win. If there is an Ace or a straight or a full house on the flop, however, the casino will need to win the same amount of chips as before the flop, or else it will lose that amount of money and be forced to switch to a lower denomination.