OMAHA BAD BEAT - Greektown ??OMAHA BAD BEAT RULES 1) A posting will be in the Poker Room (for casino guests and employees) to show the qualification hand for the Omaha Bad Beat.

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OMAHA BAD BEAT RULES 1) A posting will be in the Poker Room (for casino guests and employees) to show the qualification hand for the Omaha Bad Beat. 2) A qualification hand can only be changed after the Omaha Bad Beats primary is paid. 3) GCH will post the Omaha Bad Beats primary amount in the Poker Room. 4) The Omaha Bad Beat shall apply to the game of Omaha only. 5) One Dollar will be removed from each pot that totals $20.00 or more including the rake. The dollar from each pot will be taken in and added to the totals for the next days Omaha Bad Beat levels at the following rate: 60% to the primary (main jackpot), 30% to the secondary, and 10% to the tertiary. GCH may elect to change these criteria. If selected, GCH can change the percentage(s) after the Omahas Bad Beats primary is paid (note: GCH must post the new percentage(s) in the Poker Room for all poker players to view and must notify MGCB of the change.) 6) The funding of the Omaha Bad Beats primary amount may come from GCH and/or players contribution. 7) Coaching during a hand will cause disqualification and forfeiture of cash prizes. If this occurs, GCH will divide the Omaha Bad Beats primary with the remaining winners in accordance to #8. 8) When paying Omaha Bad Beat, the loser of the hand will receive 50% of the primary (main jackpot), the winner will win 25% of the primary (main jackpot), and each additional player on the winning table that was dealt cards for the winning hand will receive an equal share of the remaining 25% of the primary (main jackpot). GCH may elect to change these criteria. If selected, GCH can only change the percentages and/or the total number of winners after the Omaha Bad Beats primary is paid (note: GCH must post the new percentages and/or the total number of winners on the rule wall for all poker players to view and must notify MGCB of the change). 9) To qualify, a four of a kind must contain a pocket pair. GCH may elect to change these criteria. If selected, GCH can only change the qualification hands after the Omaha Bad Beats primary is paid (note: GCH must post the new qualifications on the rule wall for all poker players to view and must notify MGCB of the change). 10) The hand 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 a Omaha Bad Beats primary to be awarded. 11) The hand must have a minimum of 5 players dealt in at the beginning and have a pot of $20 or more. GCH may elect to change these criteria. If selected, GCH can change the criteria after the Omaha Bad Beats primary is paid (note: GCH must post the new criteria on the rule wall for all poker players to view and must notify MGCB of the change). 12) In Round by Round games, all Omaha rounds of the game will qualify. 13) Players must play their hands independently. If any player, whether directly or indirectly involved in a hand, passes information or instructs another on how to act or reveals their hand to other players, they will be disqualified and any winnings will be forfeited to GCH. GCH will divide the Omaha Bad Beats primary with the remaining winners in accordance to #8. 14) Cash prizes won are final. 15) GCH will not allow a cash prize to be substituted. 16) All cash prizes issued will be recorded by GCH, and the winner will be issued all applicable Federal/State/City forms. 17) All players must be at least 21 years and old to participate. 18) Failure to abide by any stated rule will result in immediate forfeiture of all cash prize winnings to GCH. GCH will divide the Omaha Bad Beats primary with the remaining winners in accordance to #8. 19) In the rare occurrence of a similar Omaha Bad Beat winning at the same time, the first table that completes (all bets or actions being finalized) the hand will be awarded the Omaha Bad Beats primary amount. 20) The casino may elect to cap the Omaha Bad Beats primary. If elected, the casino will advertise to the public. The cap may occur when the Omaha Bad Beats primary reaches $100,000.00 (or as advertised to the public). When this occurs, the Omaha Bad Beats primary will no longer increment (note: the daily money taken in will go to the Omaha Bad Beats secondary at a rate of 60%, and the tertiary at a rate of 40%). GCH may elect to change these criteria. If selected, GCH can change the percentages and/or the total number of winners after the Omaha Bad Beats primary is paid (note: GCH must post the new percentages and/or the total number of winners on the rule wall for all poker players to view and must notify MGCB of the change). 21) In order to collect a Omaha Bad Beats primary payout, a valid unexpired government issue photo ID or GCH VIP Photo Card must be provided to a GCH Rep (note: if a player does not have this requirement, he/she will have their funds put in safekeeping until the requirement is fulfilled or escheated to the State of Michigan). 22) Acceptance of a payout constitutes the winners approval to all of Greektown Casino-Hotels publicity and advertising rights. 23) In the event of a dispute, the decision of the Greektown Casino-Hotel Management is final. If a patron disagrees with the decision of Greektown Casino-Hotel Management, the patron will be provided with a Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) Patron Dispute Form. MGCB Administrative Rules 432.11501, 432.11502, and 432.11503 will govern all disputes filed by patrons relative to this event. 24) Winners are responsible for all federal, state and local taxes and tolls resulting from the cash prize(s) awarded. 25) Disassociated Persons or Banned individuals are not allowed to participate in this promotion. If it is discovered that a person is a Disassociated Person or a Banned individual, their cash prize is forfeited to Greektown Casino (GCH) (note: if the individual is on the Disassociated Persons List (DPL), the cash prize will be given to the MGCB and/or MSP to remit to the State of Michigan). If this occurs, that particular cash prize may not be awarded to another guest (note: if elected to be awarded, the casino will divide it equally to all remaining players in accordance to #8 above).

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