Pai Gow is an ancient Chinese game that has been enjoyed by players for centuries. It is a game of skill and strategy as well as luck. The game is often played on a felt-covered table, with a typical set-up featuring two rows of chairs and a dealer. The game has been popularized in the Western world in recent years, with online versions of the game now available.
In the live casino version of Pai Gow, players are dealt seven cards, which they must split into two separate hands: a two-card "low" hand and a five-card "high" hand. The dealer also splits their seven cards into two hands. The strength of the player's two hands is then compared to the dealer's hands. If both of the player's hands are stronger than both of the dealer's hands, the player wins.