If your best poker hand beats the dealer's qualifying hand, you will automatically get paid on a 2nd Payout Table hand as long as at least 1 of the cards in the 2nd hand wasn't used in the 1st.
You will get paid on the 2nd hand whether it is stronger or weaker than the dealer's hand.
K,K,K,K,8 = 4 of a kind pays 20-1 The only card not used in the 1st hand was the 8 so there is no 2nd hand
K,K,K,K,A = 4 of a kind pays 20-1 and A,K pays 1-1 Total Payout is 21-1
A,A,K,K,7 = 2 pair and pays 2-1 The only card not used in the 1st hand was the 7 so there is no 2nd hand
3,3,5,5,8,8 = 2 pair 8,8,5,5 pays 2-1 and 8,8,3,3 pays 2-1 Total Payout is 4-1
3,4,4,5,6,7 = 3,4,5,6,7 pays 4-1 and since the 2nd 4 wasn't used in the 1st hand you can make another 3,4,5,6,7 so the Total Payout is 8-1
6 cards of the same suit=2 flushes at 5-1 each Total Payout is 10-1
A,K,K,3,5 = 1 pair pays 1-1 and A,K pays 1-1 Total Payout is 2-1
5,5,5,8,8,8 = full house 8,8,8,5,5 pays 7-1 and 5,5,5,8,8 pays 7-1 Total Payout is 14-1
FORCE THE DEALER TO TRY TO QUALIFY
After the dealer has exposed his initial 5 cards and "does not qualify", the dealer will ask if anybody would like to use the "FORCE" option.
You have the option to FORCE the dealer to replace his highest card with the next card from the deck. You can only use this option 1 time and it costs the price of your Ante to do so. Your choice is to get paid on your Ante now and your cards are gone or Try to Force the Dealer.
The following are the possibilities if you use the "FORCE" option.
1. Dealer still does not qualify: all wagers are a "push".
2. Dealer Qualifies:
A. If your hand beats the dealer's, you get paid out per Payout Table and also for a 2nd poker hand if applicable.
B. If your hand loses to the dealer, you lose your Ante and Bet.