|Caribbean Stud Poker|
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|Caribbean Draw Poker|
Texas Hold'em has become the most widely-played poker game in casinos and poker card rooms throughout Europe and beyond, thanks to increased exposure on television, on the Internet and in popular literature and films. The winner is the player with the highest-ranking five-card poker hand (formed with two hole cards and five community cards).
The objective of the game is to get the best possible five-card poker hand and beat the dealer´s hand.
Use your left mouse button to click on the value of the chip that you wish to wager. Then place the bet by clicking on the ANTE area (the ante bet). You can remove a wagered chip before the game begins by clicking on it with your right mouse button. When you have placed your bets, click the DEAL button to start the game round.
You and the dealer will each receive two pocket cards. Now it is time to decide if the cards you have been dealt are good enough to continue with the FLOP. If they are, click on CALL. Your ante bet will be doubled and placed in the FLOP area. If you believe your cards are not good enough, you can choose to fold by clicking FOLD. Folding a hand will forfeit your ante bet and the current round will end.
Three flop cards (community cards) are dealt face up in the middle of the table.
You now have the option to CHECK or BET on the TURN with a bet equal to the ANTE in order to see the fourth community card (the Turn). The fourth community card is dealt face up in the middle of the table when you have made your decision.
Your last decision to make will be to CHECK or BET on the RIVER, a bet equal to the ANTE. The fifth and final community card is dealt face up in the middle of the table when you have made your decision. The dealer´s cards will also be shown once the river has been dealt. The best possible five-card poker hand using any combination of the seven cards on the table (the two pocket cards and the five community cards) wins. It is always a push on the ANTE bet except if the player´s winning hand is a Straight or higher. In that case 1 to 1 is paid on the bet.
|Poker Hand||Card Specifications|
|Royal Flush||Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 (all of the same suit).|
|Straight Flush||Five cards in numeric sequence and of the same suit.|
|Four of a Kind||Four cards of the same value.|
|Full House||One pair + three of a kind.|
|Flush||Five cards of the same suit of any value.|
|Straight||Five cards in numerical sequence but of different suits.|
|Three of a Kind||Three cards of the same value.|
|Two Pair||Two sets of two cards of the same value.|
|One pair||Two cards of the same value.|
|High Card||Five cards of different values.|
|Flop||1 to 1||Push|
|Turn||1 to 1||Push|
|River||1 to 1||Push|
|Straight or higher|
|Ante||1 to 1||Push|