Enjoy a few hands of classic Poker wherever you are with our Live Ultimate Casino Hold'em.
An unlimited number of players can play the sae hand simultaneously on one table.
This game is played with the traditional 52-card deck.
The aim of the game is to try to beat the dealer's hand.
Your hand will consist of two cards that are dealt to you in combination with the five community cards on the table.
You are only allowed to raise once per game at three separate betting rounds throughout the game.
If you raise earlier in the game, you the more you can bet and win.
The Ante and Blind Bets
At the start of the round, you must place an ante bet and a blind bet of the same value.
The ante bet is manually placed by you, while the big blind bet is automatically placed when needed.
There is also a third option of making a Trips bonus bet.
The Initial Bet
You and the dealer will receive two cards each, with your cards dealt face up while the dealers hand is faced down.
The Flop and Raise x2
You then have three betting options to choose from:
- Raise x4
- Raise x3
The Turn and River
You are then dealt the Turn an River cards.
If you failed to raise earlier in the game, you will get one final chance to raise x1 or fold your hand.
Folding your hand will cost you your Ante and Blind bets.
Dealer's Cards Revealed
Once your final bets have been made, the dealer's cards are revealed.
Both hands are compared and the better hand will be declared the winner.
All wins will then be awarded.
There are several different kinds of payouts available in this game and are listed below:
Hand - Pays
Royal Flush - 500/1
Straight Flush - 50/1
Four of a Kind - 10/1
Full House - 3/1
Flush - 1.5/1
Straight - 1/1
All Other - Push
Hand - Play Bet - Pays
Raise x4 - Ante x4 - Ante x4
Raise x3 - Ante x3 - Ante x3
Raise x2 - Ante x2 - Ante x3
Raise x1 - Ante x1 -Ante x1
Trips Bonus Bet
Hand - Pays
Royal Flush - 50/1
Straight Flush - 40/1
Four of a Kind - 30/1
Full House - 8/1
Flush - 7/1
Straight - 4/1
All Other - 3/1
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 99.47%
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 £99.47 of wins.