Casino Hold'em

The objective of Casino Hold'em is to get the best possible five-card poker hand and beat the dealer's hand. In addition to the game there is also an option to place a side bet for a bonus game.

How to Play

Use your left mouse button to click on the chip that you wish to bet. 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 the wagered chip with your right mouse button. If you want to participate in the bonus game, you must place an additional bet in the BONUS area. When you have placed your bet, click the DEAL button to start the game round.

You and the dealer will receive two pocket cards. In addition, three flop cards (community cards) are dealt face up in the middle of the table. You and the dealer may use the three flop cards as part of your poker hand.

Now it is time to decide if the cards you have been dealt are good enough to continue. If they are, click on CALL. Your ante bet will be doubled and placed in the CALL area. If you believe your cards are not very good, click on FOLD (note that the dealer must qualify with a pair of Fours or better). You will forfeit your ante bet.

When you click CALL, two more community cards will be dealt. The dealer's cards will also be shown. 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.

Bonus Game

When you place your ante bet, you can also place a bonus bet by selecting a chip and clicking on the BONUS area. In the bonus game, you use your two pocket cards and the three flop cards to create the best possible poker hand. To qualify, you must have a pair of Aces or better once you have clicked DEAL. If you qualify, you win according to the bonus payout table below.


Rules for the dealer

  • To qualify, the dealer must have a pair of Fours or better. If the dealer does not qualify, the ante bet will pay according to the ante paytable below and the call bet will push (i.e. be given back to you).

  • If the dealer qualifies and beats your hand, you will lose both the ante and call bets.

  • If the dealer qualifies and you beat the dealer, the ante will pay according to the ante payout table below and the call bet will pay even money.

  • If the dealer qualifies and you are tied with the dealer, both the ante and call bets will push.


Payout Tables

Ante Payout Table

Hand
Pays
Card Specifications
Royal Flush
100 to 1
Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and 10 (all of the same suit).
Straight Flush
20 to 1
Five cards in numeric sequence and of the same suit.
Four of a Kind
10 to 1
Four cards of the same value.
Full House
3 to 1
One pair + three of a kind.
Flush
2 to 1
Five cards of the same suit of any value.
Straight or lower
1 to 1
Five cards in numerical sequence but of different suits,
or any lower poker hand.

Bonus Payout Table

Hand
Pays
Card Specifications
Royal Flush
100 to 1
See above.
Straight Flush
50 to 1
See above.
Four of a Kind
40 to 1
See above.
Full House
30 to 1
See above.
Flush
20 to 1
See above.
Straight or lower
7 to 1
See above (lowest poker hand is pair of Aces).

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