Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean Stud Poker

Caribbean Stud Poker is the poker game that includes an incredible game jackpot!


    Bet Size

    The bet sizes available in Caribbean Stud Poker range from £1 to £150.

     

    How to Play

    Both you and the dealer are each dealt five cards, with the dealer's final card being dealt facing up.

    If you have placed a bonus then you are paid out at this point.

    You will then have the option to either fold or raise the hand you have.

    If you choose to raise then you will double your original bet and your hand will be compared to the dealer's.

     

    Bonus Bets

    A bonus bet costs a fixed £1 and must be made before any of the cards have been dealt - 70p of this will be added to the Progressive Jackpot.

    The poker hands are paid out according to the table below.

    EventPays
    Flush£75
    Full House£100
    Four of a Kind£500
    Straight Flush10% of Jackpot
    Royal FlushJackpot

    Poker Bets

    Once your hand has been dealt and any bonus bets have been paid, you can decide to raise or fold your hand.

    Folding will lose your original stake, while raising will double your bet and see your hand compared to the dealer's.

    If your hand is better than the dealer's then you are paid out according to the table below.

    EventOdds
    Pair or Less1/1
    Two Pairs2/1
    Three of a Kind3/1
    Straight4/1
    Flush5/1
    Full House7/1
    Four of a Kind20/1
    Straight Flush50/1
    Royal Flush100/1

    The Dealer's Hand Must Qualify

    In order for your raised bet and the paytable to be taken into account, the dealer's hand must qualify.

    In order to qualify, the dealer must hold at least an Ace or king high card in their hand.

    If the dealer's hand does qualify then you are awarded even money on your ante bet, while also winning a fixed odds amount on the raise according to the paytable.


    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.45%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.45 of wins.

    This amount is based on the player making the best choices.