Playing Pai Gow is all about knowing how to distribute a player's five cards between two hands. Both the player and the dealer get five cards. Each creates two hands (one of three cards and the other of two cards). winning requires both hands to be superior to those of the dealer.
Estonia is hard to describe: it is unique in that it has not been influenced by other countries' histories and its geographical landscapes, completely different to any other country. In terms of gambling, it is very underdeveloped and relatively young, but has been experiencing a boost in popularity amongst tourists who crave for some risk-taking.