A single stacked deck of cards is used in this game, with five cards drawn from the deck placed in a downward position at the top of the game. Five-Pick-Scratch is a game of matching your five cards from the deck with 20 replica cards positioned face up.
To begin, the player gets to buy a game ticket using virtual coins (VC) available in the player’s account, the virtual coins values are 8, 12, 16 and 20 bits. The 20 replica cards are positioned face up ready for matching. If four of the five cards or all five cards that are drawn from the deck are among the 20 replica cards, the player wins and his winnings are paid to his virtual RASgaming account.
The player has five attempts to draw five new cards from the deck of cards with the ticket purchased. If the cards don't match after five attempts, then the player loses his virtual wager. The player can purchase as many virtual game tickets with his virtual coins to continue playing. Virtual winnings are added to the player’s virtual account which helps to establish his Leader Board ranking.
The difference between the Five-Pick-Scratch and the Three-Pick-Scratch is that the Five-Pick-Scratch carries higher winning odds, but more expensive virtual tickets.
A shuffled deck of cards is split into two rows with cards face down, having 26 cards per row. The player has the option to choose any six cards from each row of cards to make a pair, suit does not matter.
The player gets a scratch ticket containing three randomly selected cards. The first fifteen cards from the deck are then flipped. If the three cards on the ticket are among the fifteen cards flipped, the player wins.
A bingo ticket is made up of a 5x5 grid with a number in each square apart from the center one. This center square is called a free square and can be used to complete rows, columns, or diagonal lines.